Monthly Archives for September 2005

The Rosetta Project Finds Endangered Languages in the Parlametrics Collection

Date posted: September 28, 2005

The Rosetta Project continues to find many valuable examples of endangered languages in the Parlametrics recordings. As part of collaboration with ACE, the Rosetta Project will digitize and catalog the Parlametrics speaking samples and will add these to their own …

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Mister Jelly Roll, Mister Lomax, and the Invention of Jazz

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An evening celebrating the music of Jelly Roll Morton and the 1938 Library of Congress interviews by Alan Lomax with a talk by John Szwed and a brilliant performance by Dave Burrell on piano. Room 301, Philosophy Hall, Columbia University. …

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Evolutionary Biologist Embarks On Cantometric Research

Date posted: September 1, 2005

Armand Leroi, an evolutionary biologist at Imperial College, London, spent several days at ACE in September absorbing materials from the Performance Style Research projects (Cantometrics, Choreometrics, and Parlametrics). He came away with an armload of articles, films, CDs, and a …

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