Bruno Nettl
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Bruno Nettl (b. Czechoslovakia, 1930) is a key figure in ethnomusicology and musicology. Bruno Nettl was born in Czechoslovakia in 1930, moved to United States in 1939, studied at Indiana University and the University of Michigan, and has taught since 1964 at the |University of Illinois, where he is Professor Emeritus of Music and Anthropology, continuing to teach part-time. Active principally in the field of ethnomusicology, he has done field research with Native American peoples (1960s and 1980s), in Iran (1966, 1968-69, 1972, 1974), and in Southern India (1981-2). He has served as president of the Society for Ethnomusicology and as editor of its journal, Ethnomusicology. Nettl holds honorary doctorates from the University of Illinois, Carleton College, Kenyon College, and the University of Chicago. He is a recipient of the Fumio Koizumi Prize for ethnomusicology, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.


Lectures:

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flag Ethnomusicology of the Nineties: Perspectives of the History of Research
as author at  Ciklus javnih predavanj Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani,
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flag A Concert of Carnatic Music
as author at  Ciklus javnih predavanj Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani,
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flag Abiding Issues in the Study of North American Indian Music
as author at  Ciklus javnih predavanj Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani,
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