No. 33 (2022): Sound Heritage in Ethnomusicology and Musicology
In accordance with the Editorial Board’s decision to dedicate both 2022 issues of the journal Musicology to sound sources in music research, the Main theme of No. 33 comprises articles that contribute to the study of sound archives and audio-visual archives in ethnomusicology. The topics range from the questioning of the role of historical recordings in society and the system of intangible cultural heritage, through the presentation of the historical attempt to establish a national archive, the management model of the regional folk music archive, the possibilities to use advanced modern technology in digital collections, to the proposal of a manifesto of applied musicology and the presentation of methodologies in audio-visual ethnomusicology. The Varia section presents a wide range of topics and musicological and ethnomusicological approaches to music research, as well as an understanding of the role of music in cultural history seen through the lens of other disciplines. Part of the research results published in this issue belongs to the project Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society (APPMES), of the Institute of Musicology SASA.