Victor Grauer's Blog (2)

Sounding the Depths in English and Italian

My book, “Sounding the Depths,” first published back in 2011 as a "blog book," is an innovative inquiry into the origins and deep history of some of humankind's most venerable and highly valued traditions, suggesting “solutions to mysteries that, until recently, were thought to be completely beyond the reach of systematic investigation.” A major objective is to demonstrate that evidence distilled from the music of contemporary indigenous peoples can function as a kind of cultural…

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Added by Victor Grauer on August 9, 2015 at 8:49pm — No Comments

A New (old) Approach to Anthropology

Greetings everyone. I'm sort of new here, so let me introduce myself. I started out many years ago as an ethnomusicologist, but decided at some point to become part of the problem rather than part of the solution, so for many years after that I was what you might call "one of the natives," aka "wild man of Borneo," aka "creative artist," aka avant garde filmmaker, composer, poet, etc., you name it. A few years ago, however, after reading about recent developments in population genetics and…

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Added by Victor Grauer on February 28, 2011 at 9:31pm — 13 Comments

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