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Schofield, Katherine Butler and Lunn, David (2018) The SHAMSA database 1.0 – Sources for the History and Analysis of Music/Dance in South Asia, c. 1700–1900. (Version 1.0). [Datasets]

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Abstract

The SHAMSA bibliographical database and digital collection has been developed as part of the European Research Council project Musical Transitions to European Colonialism in the Eastern Indian Ocean (MUSTECIO, Grant no. 263643, PI Katherine Butler Schofield, 2011–2015/16). The attached xlsx document, licensed as a CC-BY-NC resource, provides the bibliographical metadata of Version 1.0 of the database. It describes well over 300 major written sources c. 1700-1900 for the history and analysis of North Indian music and dance in Mughal and British-colonial South Asia. About one third – well over 100 – of these sources are also currently held in digital copies in the Department of Music at King’s College London. The SHAMSA digital collection already constitutes the largest single repository of major primary sources on Indian music and dance in the world, and is planned to be a major ongoing resource for future researchers on Indian music and cultural history.

Item Type: Datasets
SOAS Departments & Centres: Departments and Subunits > School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics
Copyright Statement: CC-BY-NC
Date Deposited: 10 Oct 2018 08:27
URI: https://eprints.soas.ac.uk/id/eprint/26526
Related URLs: https://zenodo. ... 75#.W7oaeCOZORs
https://doi.org ... /zenodo.1445775
Funders: European Union

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