Interviews with ethnomusicologists

Carole Pegg interviewed by Carolyn Landau. (3 of 3).

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  • Interviewees

    Pegg, Carole (speaker, female, interviewee)

  • Interviewers

    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female, interviewer)

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    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female

  • Abstract

    Track 3 [9 mins, 20 secs] [Session one, continued: 9 July 2010] Describes relationship with Laurence Picken and the effect he had on her work. Mentions Roger Blench an Africanist, who also knew Laurence. Also Richard Widdess, who was part of an Asian Music Circle, and Elizabeth Markham. Describes her own music now and how it has been affected by her studies in Mongolia. Early albums recently released on CD and favourably reviewed. Recently started writing songs again and describes feedback from a concert at Cecil Sharpe House. Mentions John Howsen. Has been working with Jeannie Harris (Melodeon player) and outlines her recent and ongoing music making.

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    Interview with Carole Pegg (3 of 3). The ethnomusicologist talks about her research. Interviewer: Carolyn Landau.

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