28 record(s) found with the tag "music" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Principal Investigator: Tutcho, Laura J
Licensed Year(s): 2014
Summary: This project will include a booklet, including a music sheet, of the late Eliza Blondin’s story and her song. The materials will be digitized and saved to a USB. This project is part of a Master degree in Indigenous language Revitalization The Principal Investigator (PI) will interview the two (or more) participants individually using the questions in the attachment. Some of the questions are q...

Musical Interaction and Globalization in the Mackenzie Delta and Herschel Island: 1850-1950
Principal Investigator: Krejci, Paul R
Licensed Year(s): 2008
Summary: This research will examine the influence of cultural interaction on certain musical forms and styles as well as how those musical forms change and persist over time. This research will also look at the response of local communities to external forces on their music and how music transforms this culture. Interviews will be conducted using both specific questions and open-ended discussion, it may ...

Dogrib Music-Making Documentation and Its Relationship to Dene Musical Expressions
Principal Investigator: Keillor, Elaine
Licensed Year(s): 1994 1987
Summary: The documentation and recording of the stories and songs of the Dene will hopefully provide a valuable resource for the Dene educational system and culture. Interviews with drummers/singers will be conducted to futher the researcher's understanding of the musical activities of these communities. The researcher would like to analyze the recordings with transliterations and translations from her 19...

Process of musical transculturation among Inuvialuit of the Mackenzie Delta
Principal Investigator: Rodriguez, Marisol
Licensed Year(s): 1994 1993
Summary: The researcher will visit the Mad Trapper Jamboree at Aklavik, the Beluga Jamboree at Tuktoyaktuk, and the White Fox Jamboree at Sachs Harbour in order to conduct interviews with musicians and other jamboree participants. This information will be added to the information gathered last summer at the Inuvik Music Festival. This research examines the social significance of music in the Inuvialuit....

New Music Styles among Inuit
Principal Investigator: Pelinski, RAmon
Licensed Year(s): 1992
Summary: As a consequence of contact between kabloonait and kabloona music, the younger generation of Inuit have begun inventing new song styles. I am investigating how these songs relate to questions of Inuit identity, what impressions all Inuit have of the songs, what groups sing the songs (and on what occassions), what are the lyrics, and to what extent have the songs been distributed (i.e., forms of d...

Traditional Music and Games of the Athapascan Peoples
Principal Investigator: Beaudry, Nicole
Licensed Year(s): 1992 1990 1989 1988
Summary: The researcher will be continuing work begun in 1988. She will be conducting interviews with elders and making recordings where appropriate in the communities of Fort Good Hope, Fort Norman and Fort Franklin....

Inuit Music Then and Now
Principal Investigator: Le Goff, Philippe
Licensed Year(s): 1991
Summary: The Researcher will observe Inuit musical history, both traditional and that which has been influenced by southern music and adapted in an Inuit way....

Musical Culture of Coppermine Inuit
Principal Investigator: Leveille, Richard
Licensed Year(s): 1989 1988
Summary: The Researcher will complete the second phase of the study which began in 1988 on musical culture of the Coppermine Inuit. He will collect cultural musical information by making videos and tape recordings of music and musicians....

To conduct research in Iqaluit on the music and celebrations of Baffin Island in their cultural context.
Principal Investigator: Conlon, Paula Thistle
Licensed Year(s): 1987
Summary: To record drum dance songs and conduct interviews....

Licence #5057
Principal Investigator: Walker, Robert
Licensed Year(s): 1985
Summary: To research into the development of notational systems for aboriginal music by having people match sounds with symbols....