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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

One who studies folk and primitive sounds made by voices or instruments arranged in a way that is pleasant to listen to and of their relationship to the peoples and cultures to which they belong

Usage examples (36)
  • See, Henrietta Yurchenco was more than just an ethnomusicologist.
  • It's sort of a cranky ethnomusicologist by the name of Lloyd Miller ...
  • Carlos Sandroni is an ethnomusicologist at the University of Pernambuco.
  • Like Bartók the ethnomusicologist, collecting and borrowing folk music. for more
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