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ΕR.Κ.Ε.Τ. e-Journal

Annual Scholarly Electronic Journal of the Research Centre for Greek Singing

ISSN: 2241-0589

The development of electronic communication media and expression has led us to create our electronic magazine, ER.K.E.T. e-journal. Our aim is to present studies (musicological, ethno musicological, anthropological, sociological, cultural and philosophical) relevant to the theme “singing-song”. We hope this effort will work positively for a productive dialogue amongst scientists, researchers and thinkers.

Articles and reviews sent to ER.K.E.T. e-journal have to be signed and remain the intellectual property of their creators. Articles of ER.K.E.T. e-journal translated or re-published in another medium have the obligation to refer to the original publication.

Articles and research papers are submitted electronically to the e.mail address erket-mail

Articles or reviews sent for publication should meet standards of a “scientific thesis” (presentation of the theoretical and methodological research framework, bibliography). Languages accepted are Greek and English. Every paper has to be accompanied by an abstract, a piece of about 250 words. The maximum length of each paper must not exceed 12.000 words (ext, footnotes, bibliography and addendum) and must not have been published elsewhere.

Submission is done electronically: papers must be in *.doc/ or *.docx files, photographs in *.jpg / or *.png files and sounds in *.mp3/ or*.wav/ or *.flac forms. Those authors who wish their article to contain a video file must send it to us in *.avi or *.mpeg4 forms.

Footnotes are placed at the bottom of each page and bibliographical references must follow the Anglo-Saxon system of references “Harvard”, (AUTHOR’S SURNAME, FIRST NAME INITIAL YEAR: PAGE NUMBER, e.g. Netl, B. 1986: 85). Bibliography at the end must also follow the “Harvard” bibliographical system (books: SURNAME, NAME, YEAR OF PUBLICATION, TITLE, EDITIONS, PLACE OF PUBLICATION, e.g. Netl, Bruno, 1986. Music in primitive cultures, Kalvos, Athens). For more information on the proposed bibliography system regarding to references to articles from magazines, newspapers, webpages etc, you can be informed by the "Harvard Bibliography System".


 

ER.K.E.T. e-Journal / YEAR 2011

 

VLASIADIS, ΚΥRIAKOS E. 2011, "Songs and Dances from Sinassos of Cappadocia", ERKET e-JOURNAL, Vol.:2, ISSN: 2241-0589.[uploaded: April 30, 2011].

A study of musical and dance tradition of the songs and dance events of the inhabitants and later refugees from Sinassos, Cappadocia.

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ER.K.E.T. e-Journal / YEAR 2010

 

ΚΑΝΕLLATOU, VIVI G., 2010, "The Greek polyphonic singing of the Pogoni province",  ΕRΚΕΤ e-Journal, Vol.:1, ISSN: 2241-0589.
[uploaded: July 31, 2010].

This is an ethnomusicological study concerning the Greek polyphonic singing of the province of Pogoni in the geographical area of Epirus. In this paper, we are given information about the geographical distribution of the specific musical phenomenon and the social frame where it has been developed.  Musicologically, there is a detailed analysis of polyphonic singing as well as of the formation, the consistence and the possible structure of polyphonic groups. Greek speaking polyphonic groups who interpret this specific music genre as well as the related discography and bibliography available are presented in the end.

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