Ethnomusicology and Archaeomusicology with Dr. Mason Brown - Ep 59

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In this episode, we chat with Dr. Mason Brown, a guest assistant professor for Kathmandu University Department of Music and Affiliate Scholar for the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Asian Studies.

We delve into his early interests in ethnomusicology / Tibetan culture and get into the details of what ethnomusicology is.

Dr. Brown talks about music theory, pentatonic scales, and all the instruments he plays. We also talk about some evidence for the earliest musical instruments in the past and finish up with a discussion about the history of fiddle music.

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