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Hauser, Michael
Traditional Inuit Songs from the Thule Area

2010, 1560 s., indb
ISBN 978-87-635-2589-3
Serie: Monographs on Greenland | Meddelelser om Grønland, vol. 346
ISSN 0025-6676
Serie: Man & Society, vol. 36
ISSN 0106-1062



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I 1937 lydoptog eskimologen Erik Holtved 134 traditionelle sange i Thule-området. Transskriptioner og videnskabelig bearbejdning af denne samling udgør fundamentet for Traditional Inuit Songs from the Thule Area. Flere andre samlinger fra Thule-området indgår i undersøgelserne, især lydoptagelser foretaget i 1962 for Dansk Folkemindesamling af Bent Jensen og forfatteren. Foruden disse samlinger er et stort antal traditionelle Inuit-sange fra mange canadiske områder transskriberet og analyseret.

Sangtraditionen hos Thule-områdets befolkning, Inughuit, fremlægges ud fra mange aspekter; fremførelsespraksis, syngemåde, trommens bygning og håndtering, samspillet mellem trommedansen og sangen samt befolkningens eget udsagn og syn på trommesang-traditionen. Ud fra transskriptionerne er der fundet lokalkarakteristiske form- og melodityper, som viser sig at være knyttet til efterkommere af forskellige indvandringer til området. Disse specifikke form- og melodityper blev genfundet hos canadiske Inuit-grupper i det sydlige Baffin Island og hos Kobber Inuit på fastlandskysten syd for Victoria Island. Hermed blev der fundet de mest sandsynlige oprindelsesområder for sangtyperne i Thule-området og kastet lys på migrationsveje til Grønland.

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Michael Hauser, musiketnolog, tidligere lektor i gymnasieskolen og på Det Kgl. Danske Musikkonservatorium. Modtog Jacob Gade Prisen i 1970 og Grønlands Hjemmestyres Fortjenstmedalje Nersornaat i 2005.

 
Emneområde | Musik og musikhistorie |
Emneord | Folkemusik | Musikalsk analyse | Musikkultur |
Specifikt emneord | Indfødte folk | Inuit | Inuitsprog | Sange | Transskriptioner |
Verdensdel m.v. | Arktis | Grønland |
Periode | 20. årh. |
Sprog | Engelsk | Grønlandsk |

Pressen skrev

"I et halvt århundrede har den 79-årige cand. mag. Michael Hauser med nødvendige undervisningspauser arbejdet med at sikre Thulebeboernes rige sangskat. Det imponerende og epokegørende resultat udsendes i disse dage ... en doktordisputats værdig. ... Hausers musikalske fingerspidsfornemmelse og videnskabelige gehør for et vanskeligt forskningsfelt kommer overbevisende til udtryk i værket, der lancerer mange aspekter af emnet ..."
- Lars Ole Knippel, Jyllands-Posten, 14. februar 2010.

"This superb work is the product of several lifetimes of research, distilled for future students and for the descendants of the Inuit singers."
- Reference & Research Book News, May 2010.

"These volumes are marvelously researched, and Hauser’s passion and excitement for the Inughuit people, their culture, and their music are evident with every word. He speaks in the first person and shares stories and experiences of his relationship with the musicians behind his recordings. ... In many cases, he includes a photograph of the musician along with a biography—a case in point of Hauser’s genuine devotion to his subject.
This book is an excellent reference for anyone studying ethnomusicology particularly of Canadian Inuit communities. It is an intense look at the musical form of Inughuit music and in that respect is primarily targeted toward ethnomusicologists. However, it also has a lot of relevant information for linguists and anthropologists in terms of the historical, scientific, and cultural data. Hauser’s inside perspective on Inuit culture, the photographic images he includes, and the CD of his and Holtved’s recordings make these volumes a fascinating study for both the average Arctic enthusiast and the serious scholar of Arctic culture."
- Kate Schutz, ARCTIC, September 2010.

"Michael Hauser’s two-volume publication offers an immensely rich study of the traditional drum-song of the Inuit, primarily the Inughuit from the Thule area, and from other arctic areas, e.g. Baffi n Island. ...
Traditional Inuit Songs from the Thule Area is a monumental piece of work in more than one sense: by its sheer physical proportions, by the huge number of transcriptions and analyses, by the effort put into it – Hauser has worked on more than 800 hours of recordings – and by the meticulous and thorough processing of the data. It is a veritable must-have for future researchers in the field of Inuit songs as well as for those who care to know what to listen for, or is looking for something specific, when venturing into the recording collections."
- Tore Tvarnø Lind, Danish Yearbook of Musicology 38, 2010/11.

"This is a book the likes of which is rarely produced in the cash-strapped world of academic publishing. It is truly the magnum opus of Danish ethnomusicologist Michael Hauser whose keen and constant attention to the Inuit songs of the Thule area has been remarkable throughout his career. Now, in more than 1,600 pages replete with musical transcriptions and luxurious photographic documentation (nearly 300 pages, many in colour), he is presenting the fruits of his lifelong labour ... Hauser is old school, believing in comprehensive description, measurable scientific evidence, and the purity of traditions.
... it is important to see what can be leamed from an author who has paid painstakingly close attention to the details of music structure, and an author who studied with the "elder statesmen" - notably Erik Holtved whose work he describes knowingly as "an [...] epoch making collection" ...
Most importantly, what can we learn from an author who has maintained contact with Greenlandic families for nearly half a century? His own photos and dozens of important historic ones, sometimes obtained from family members of earlier collectors, sometimes from public archival collections, are truly a remarkable contribution in themselves, one that reflects his personal networks and relationships. ...
In sum, this monumental study offers a unique perspective on how song form might reflect human migration. ... it is enlightening to see how song reveals much about northern Indigenous migration, and a joy to see many important Greenlandic culture bearers come alive through this detailed study."
- Beverly Diamond, Études/Inuit/Studies, Vol. 35 (1-2), 2011.
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