The Archaeology of Sound, Acoustics & Music:
Studies in Honour of Cajsa S. Lund

Publications of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology, Vol. 3
Edited by Gjermund Kolltveit and Riitta Rainio | Contributors
368 pages with 86 figures and 6 tables
© Ekho VERLAG | Berlin | 2020

The Archaeology of Sound, Acoustics & Music: Studies in Honour of Cajsa S. Lund


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Individual Chapters (PDF)

Sound Archaeology and the Soundscape
Rupert Till | Abstract
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Ears to the Ground: On Cajsa Lund’s Legacy and Moving Movements
Frances Gill | Abstract
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The Rommelpot of the Netherlands as a Case Study in Cajsa Lund’s Probability Groups
Annemies Tamboer | Abstract
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The Mammoth in the Room: Did Musical Necessity Drive Innovation in Ancient Technology?
Graeme Lawson | Abstract
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The Birth of European Music from the Spirit of the Lyre
Stefan Hagel | Abstract
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The North Germanic Lyre and the Baltic Psaltery: A Neurological Explanation for their Different Tunings
Timo Leisiö | Abstract
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A Handful of String Instrument Finds from Medieval Sigtuna, Sweden
Anders Söderberg | Abstract
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Music Archaeology in Wolin, Poland: A Thirteenth Century Possible Fiddle, Citole or Nyckelharpa
Dorota Popławska, Andrzej Janowski and Stanisław Mazurek | Abstract
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TRB Drums and Rituals of Transformation
Simon Wyatt | Abstract
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Missing Membranophones? Traditional Drumbeaters in Northern Eurasia and Possible Prehistoric Parallels in European Archaeological Collections
Raquel Jiménez Pasalodos and Riitta Rainio | Abstract
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Beyond the Carnyx: Recent Developments in Scottish Music Archaeology
John Purser | Abstract
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Ornamental and Structural Details on the Surface of the Bronze Age Lurs
Joachim Schween | Abstract
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In the Mind of a Music Archaeologist
Cajsa S. Lund | Abstract
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