Document, Title, Name, and Keyword Indices
to the Website of J. Marshall Bevil, Ph.D.
~ Historical and Systematic Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Forensic Musicology ~

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Index of Principal Documents

Author's Homepage - summary of expertise in musicology, ethnomusicology, forensic musicology, and music education. ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: analytical music theory - analytical theory - computer applications in musicology - musicologie - musikforschung - musikwissenschaft.
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List of Publications and Presentations - full bibliographic citations of completed and in-progress works, with links to online abstracts and publications in musicology, ethnomusicology and anthropology, folklore, British studies, Celtic studies, American studies, and music education.
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Forensic Musicology Page - information concerning consultation, computer-assisted comparative analysis, and expert testimony (expert witness assistance / expert witnesses) in criminal and civil cases involving copyright infringement and intellectual property misappropriation (intellectual property theft). ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: copyright violation - fair use - forensic analysis - forensic musical analysis - infringement of copyright - investigation - misappropriation of intellectual property - musical plagiarism (plagiarism, musical) - theft of intellectual property - musicological consultation - musical consultation - musicology consultant - musicological consultant - musicology consultants - musicological consultants - expert witness (music) - expert witnesses (music)

 

"And the Band Played On: Hypotheses Concerning What Music Was PerformedNear the Climax of the Titanic Disaster" ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: Ensemble Members -- Ted Brailey \ Theodore Brailey (Brailey, Ted / Brailey, Theodore) / Roger Bricoux (Bricoux, Roger) / Fred Clark (Clark, Fred) / Wallace Hartley (Hartley, Wallace) / Jock Hume (Hume, Jock) / George Krins (Krins, George) / Percy Taylor (Taylor, Percy) / George Woodward (Woodward, George); Titles, Texts, Authors, and Composers -- "Autumn" (Francois Barthelemon - Barthelemon, Francois) / "Bethany" (Lowell Mason - Mason, Lowell) / "Horbury" (John B. Dykes - Dykes, John B.) / "Nearer, My God, to Thee" (Sarah Adams - Adams, Sarah) / The Night Lives On and A Night to Remember (Walter Lord - Lord, Walter) / "Propior Deo" (Sir Arthur Sullivan \ Arthur S. Sullivan - Sullivan, Sir Arthur \ Sullivan, Arthur S.) / "Songe d'Automne" (Archibald Joyce - Joyce, Archibald) ; Other -- Harold Bride (Bride, Harold - Titanic's assistant wireless operator) / maritime disasters / mistaken musical identity \ mistaken identity (musical) / post-traumatic shock syndrome (and musical recall) / shipwrecks / White Star Line.

 

Research Assistance Page - description of specialized investigative asssitance, apart from forensic consultation (see above), in the comparative analysis of folk tunes for papers, reports, presentations, or book-length monographs in musicology, ethnomusicology, anthropology, or folklore (NOT a term paper writing or marketing service!).
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Crwth Monograph Abstract - summary of M.Mus-Musicology thesis (University of North Texas) on the Welsh crwth, an early bowed string instrument of the British Isles. ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: Britain - British folk music - bowed lyre and/or bowed harp - Celtic folk music - Celtic studies - Celts - chordophone - ethnomusicology - history of instruments - history of musical instruments (musical instruments, history) - Insular folk music - stringed instruments - strings - Wales (Cymru) - world music. See also online abstract, "Some Observations Regarding Crwth Performance."
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Crwth Performance Page - summary of professional services as performer with extensive, first-hand research background. ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: See above (Crwth Monograph Abstract). See also online abstract, "Some Observations Regarding Crwth Performance."
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Centonization Monograph Abstract - summary of Ph.D-Musicology dissertation (University of North Texas) on musical generation, transmission, preservation, and refashioning within the oral-aural musical tradition of Southern Appalachia. ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: American South (American Southern Uplands) - analytical theory (analytical music theory) - ballad music - British (British-American) music - Celtic (Celtic-American) music - comparative analysis - comparative musical analysis - comparative musicology (NOTE: archaism) - computer assisted analysis - ethnomusicology (American South) - fiddle music - folk hymn - folk music - folksong (folk song) - folk tune (folktune) - melodic behavior - musicologie - music theory - musikwissenschaft - systematic musicology - vergleichende musikwissenschaft - world music. See also below (MelAnaly Summary). See also MelAnaly Summary and "Scale in Southern Appalachian
Folksong" (below).
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MelAnaly Summary - short description of task-specific and genre-specific software for comparative analysis (computer-assited analysis) of British Insular and Insular-American (British-American, Celtic-American) folk music (folksong, folk hymn, fiddle tune). ADDITIONAL KEYWORDS: See above (Centonization Monograph Abstract).
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Education Resumes - vitae relating to experience and areas of expertise in higher education and elementary/secondary education and educational consultation, including the design and implementation of interdisciplinary instructional programs.
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Index of Secondary Documents

Online Publications

Online Abstracts of Printed Publications

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Online Abstracts of Presentations

Works in Preparation

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Further References and Links

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Alternate Names (author - link to homepage)
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  • Jack Bevil (Bevil, Jack)
  • Jack Marshall Bevil (Bevil, Jack Marshall)
  • J.M. Bevil (Bevil, J.M.)
  • Bevil, J. Marshall
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    Other Names
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  • Leroy Anderson (Anderson, Leroy) - anticipation of his "The Syncopated Clock" and "The
  • Typewriter" in Albert W. Ketelbey's "The Clock and the Dresden Figures" (woodblock part)
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  • Bela Bartok (Bartok, Bela - and folksong scales). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • Bras-Coupe (Bras Coupe) - and wearing of ankle bells by African-American dancers of the calinda
  • and bamboula
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  • Bertrand Bronson (Bronson, Bertrand) / Bertrand H. Bronson (Bronson, Bertrand H.) / Bertrand Harris Bronson (Bronson, Bertrand Harris). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • George Washington Cable (Cable, George Washington) - The Grandissimes (Bras-Coupe episode
  • in, as basis of Koanga, by Keary / Delius)
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  • Norman Cazden (Cazden, Norman - and folksong scales). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • Jelka Delius / Jelka Rosen (Delius, Jelka / Rosen, Jelka - wife of Frederick Delius)
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  • Eric Fenby (Fenby, Eric - amanuensis to Frederick Delius)
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  • George Foss (and folksong scales). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • George Gershwin (Gershwin, George) - anticipation of his Porgy and Bess by Delius (Koanga)
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  • Annie Gilchrist (Gilchrist, Annie) / Annie G. Gilchrist (Gilchrist, Annie G.) -- LINK 1 ("Scale in Southern Appalachian Folksong") / LINK 2 ("A Paradigm of Folktune Preservation"). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • Edvard Grieg (Grieg, Edvard) and Frederick Delius
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  • William Ernest Henley / William E. Henley (Henley, William Ernest / Henley, William E.) and poem, "A Late Lark," set by Frederick Delius
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  • Scott Joplin (Joplin, Scott) - his Treemonisha roughly contemporaneous with Delius's Koanga
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  • Charles Francis Keary (Keary, Charles Francis) - librettist of Delius's Koanga
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  • Felix Mendelssohn / Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Mendelssohn, Felix / Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix) - use of French horns in Midsummer Night's Dream Nocturne compared to same technique in Florida Suite of Delius
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  • Cecil Sharp (Sharp, Cecil) / Cecil J. Sharp (Sharp, Cecil J.) / Cecil James Sharp (Sharp, Cecil James) -- LINK 1 ("Scale in Southern Appalachian Folksong") / LINK 2 ("A Paradigm of Folktune Preservation"). See also the present writer's dissertation abstract.
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  • Thomas Ward (Ward, Thomas) and Frederick Delius
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  • Ralph Vaughan Williams (Vaughan Williams, Ralph - folksong manuscripts)
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