Johanni Curtet’s conference on Mongolian overtone singing

Johanni Curtet, ethnomusicologist, musician, diphoneur. Associate Researcher EA 1279 History and Criticism of the Arts, Rennes University 2. Artistic Director of Routes Nomades.

At the meeting of overtone singing in Mongolia, Johanni Curtet had to grasp other conceptions of transmission, and even other perceptions of the musical act, than those carried by her Western culture.

In a sort of "human epistemology", he will present a vision of his place as a young ethnomusicologist, himself a musician and transmitter of the overtone singing, in this Mongolian reality.

It is based on videos and sound recordings describing, sometimes with humor and distancing, the cultural and musical realities of Mongolia and its integration in this world.

Organized in the framework of the festival NoBorder 2015 In partnership with the University of Western Brittany (UFR Letters, Languages ​​and Humanities) and with the participation of the conference lecturers Annick Madec for the laboratory LABERS and Nelly Blanchard for the Research Center Breton and Celtic (CRBC)

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Remerciement photos : Eric Legret
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