Philip V. Bohlman, general editor
Recent Researches in the Oral Traditions of Music is an innovative publication series for musical traditions whose transmission is oral or relies only in part on notation as the starting point for improvisation. Through their combination of historical notation systems, transcriptions of all aspects of performance, and the transformation of indigenous systems of representation for modern ensembles of world music, these editions make it possible not only to hear music otherwise exchanged only at distant times and places, but to open new possibilities for musicians and audiences in the twenty-first century.
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