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'''[mailto:michaelf@ualberta.ca Dr. Michael Frishkopf]<br>Professor, [http://www.music.ualberta.ca Department of Music]'''<br>'''Director''', [http://cce.ualberta.ca Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology (CCE)] (cce.ualberta.ca)
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'''[mailto:michaelf@ualberta.ca Dr. Michael Frishkopf]<br>Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies, [http://www.music.ualberta.ca Department of Music]'''<br>'''Director''', [http://cce.ualberta.ca Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology (CCE)] (cce.ualberta.ca)
 
<br>'''Adjunct Professor''', [https://www.ualberta.ca/interdisciplinary-studies/religious-studies Religious Studies]
 
<br>'''Adjunct Professor''', [https://www.ualberta.ca/interdisciplinary-studies/religious-studies Religious Studies]
<br>'''Adjunct Professor''', [http://www.med.ualberta.ca/communities/community Division of Community Engagement], Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
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<br>'''Adjunct Professor''', Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
 
<br> [http://uofa.ualberta.ca/integrative-health-institute/scholars '''Lead''', International Traditional Medicine, Integrative Health Network]
 
<br> [http://uofa.ualberta.ca/integrative-health-institute/scholars '''Lead''', International Traditional Medicine, Integrative Health Network]
<br> '''Board Member''', [https://cstm-sctm.ca/ Canadian Society for Traditional Music]
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<br> '''Adjunct Professor''', Faculty of Communication and Cultural Studies, University for Development Studies, Ghana
 
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<br>'''Mail''':  Michael Frishkopf, Department of Music, Faculty of Arts, University of Alberta, 3-82 Fine Arts Building, Edmonton, AB  CANADA T6G 2C9<br>
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<br>'''Mail''':  Michael Frishkopf, Department of Music, Faculty of Arts, University of Alberta, 3-10 Fine Arts Building, Edmonton, AB  CANADA T6G 2C9<br>
 
'''Office''': 334D [https://goo.gl/maps/m2otHiXxnf92 Old Arts Building]<br>
 
'''Office''': 334D [https://goo.gl/maps/m2otHiXxnf92 Old Arts Building]<br>
 
'''Tel''': Skype: (617) 275-2589;  office: (780) 492-0225. Music Dept: (780) 492-3263<br>
 
'''Tel''': Skype: (617) 275-2589;  office: (780) 492-0225. Music Dept: (780) 492-3263<br>
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'''ORCID''': http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8630-0623<br>
 
'''ORCID''': http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8630-0623<br>
 
[mailto:michaelf@ualberta.ca Email] is preferable for all initial communications. <br>
 
[mailto:michaelf@ualberta.ca Email] is preferable for all initial communications. <br>
 
  
 
= Introduction =
 
= Introduction =
'''Michael Frishkopf''', Professor of Music at the University of Alberta, is an ethnomusicologist, performer, and composer. A graduate of Yale College (BS Mathematics, 1984), Tufts University (MA Ethnomusicology, 1989), and the University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D. Music, 1999), Dr. Frishkopf’s ethnomusicological research interests include music of the Arab world; Sufi music; sound in Islamic ritual performance; music and religion; comparative music theory; the sociology of musical taste; social network analysis; (virtual [world) music]; digital music repositories; machine learning for sound recognition, music information retrieval, and soundscape therapies; music in West Africa; participatory action research; psychoacoustics and music cognition; music and global health; indigenous medicine and music as medicine for integrative health; and [http://m4ghd.org music for global human development and social change].
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'''Michael Frishkopf''', Professor of Music, Director of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, and Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta (Canada), as well as Adjunct Professor at the University for Development Studies (Ghana), is an ethnomusicologist, performer, and composer. A graduate of Yale College (BS Mathematics, 1984), Tufts University (MA Ethnomusicology, 1989), and the University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D. Music, 1999), Dr. Frishkopf’s ethnomusicological research interests include music of the Arab world; Sufi music; sound in Islamic ritual performance; music and religion; comparative music theory; the sociology of musical taste; social network analysis; (virtual [world) music]; digital music repositories; machine learning for sound recognition, music information retrieval, and soundscape therapies; music in West Africa; participatory action research; psychoacoustics and music cognition; music and global health; indigenous medicine and music as medicine for integrative health; and [http://m4ghd.org music for global human development and social change].
  
His research and teaching combine a number of different fields, including ethnomusicology,  anthropology, Middle East studies, religious/Islamic studies, psychoacoustics, computer science, media studies, literary studies, music theory. He is a lifetime member of the Society for Ethnomusicology, the International Council for Traditional Music, and the Middle East Studies Association of North America.  
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His research and teaching combine a number of different fields, including ethnomusicology,  anthropology, Middle East studies, religious/Islamic studies, psychoacoustics, computer science, media studies, literary studies, music theory. He is a lifetime member of the Society for Ethnomusicology, the International Council for Traditional Music, the Canadian Society for Traditional Music, and the Middle East Studies Association of North America. He is also a member of the International Association for Music & Medicine.
  
 
He has received numerous fellowships supporting his research, including grants from Fulbright, the American Research Center in Egypt, the Social Science Research Council, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, the Killam Foundation (Canada), the National Endowment for the Humanities, Canada Foundation for Innovation, New Frontiers in Research Fund, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  
 
He has received numerous fellowships supporting his research, including grants from Fulbright, the American Research Center in Egypt, the Social Science Research Council, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, the Killam Foundation (Canada), the National Endowment for the Humanities, Canada Foundation for Innovation, New Frontiers in Research Fund, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  
  
In performance, Michael specializes in the nay (Middle Eastern reed flute), and also performs the song-drum-dance traditions of Ghana. He is the founder (in 2004) of the University of Alberta Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble, as well as the University of Alberta West African Music Ensemble (in 1999).  Both ensembles perform frequently in public in the Edmonton area, especially to support progressive causes.  He also performs “Third Stream” and world music inflected jazz on the piano, following studies with Ran Blake and others in the Third Stream program at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.  
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In performance, Michael specializes in the ''nay'' (Middle Eastern reed flute), and also performs the song-drum-dance traditions of Ghana. He is the founder (in 2004) of the University of Alberta Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble, as well as the University of Alberta West African Music Ensemble (in 1999).  Both ensembles perform frequently in public in the Edmonton area, especially to support progressive causes.  He also performs “Third Stream” and world music inflected jazz on the piano, following studies with Ran Blake and others in the Third Stream program at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.  
  
 
''Some current projects include:''  
 
''Some current projects include:''  
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** [http://bit.ly/songsspd Songs for Sustainable Peace and Development]: popular music for peace and development  
 
** [http://bit.ly/songsspd Songs for Sustainable Peace and Development]: popular music for peace and development  
 
** [http://bit.ly/musiccccs Music for Cultural Continuity and Civil Society]: traditional and fusion music for social solidarity, community, and identity  
 
** [http://bit.ly/musiccccs Music for Cultural Continuity and Civil Society]: traditional and fusion music for social solidarity, community, and identity  
** [http://www.akdn.org/press-release/reviving-culture-and-arts-aswan Aswan Music Project]  
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** [http://bit.ly/AMP-Egypt Aswan Music Project][http://www.akdn.org/press-release/reviving-culture-and-arts-aswan]
 
** [http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h Music and Sanitation in Northern Ghana]
 
** [http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h Music and Sanitation in Northern Ghana]
 
** [https://www.ualberta.ca/medicine/about/communities/community-engagement/globalhealth/projects/ethiopia-mnch/about Music and Maternal/Neonatal Health in Ethiopia]
 
** [https://www.ualberta.ca/medicine/about/communities/community-engagement/globalhealth/projects/ethiopia-mnch/about Music and Maternal/Neonatal Health in Ethiopia]
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* [http://meis.ualberta.ca/ Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Research Group] affiliate
 
* [http://meis.ualberta.ca/ Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Research Group] affiliate
 
* [https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/stories-of-change/home Stories of Change][https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/0AC1-kDDB6F8yUk9PVA]
 
* [https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/stories-of-change/home Stories of Change][https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/0AC1-kDDB6F8yUk9PVA]
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* [https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/ai4s2 AI for Sound Societies Collaboratory], under the aegis of the [http://ai4society.ca AI for Society signature area]
  
 
= CV =  
 
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''See also [https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Frishkopf/ ResearchGate.net]'' and ''[https://ualberta.academia.edu/MichaelFrishkopf Academia.edu]''
 
''See also [https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Frishkopf/ ResearchGate.net]'' and ''[https://ualberta.academia.edu/MichaelFrishkopf Academia.edu]''
  
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* “Textual Dimensions of the Public Ḥaḍra in Egyptian Sufism.” Musicological Annual (2022) 58 (1): 61–99. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.58.1.61-99.
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* [https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/19/5/3113 A Neurobiological Framework for the Therapeutic Potential of Music and Sound Interventions for Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Critical Illness Survivors] by Usha Pant, Michael Frishkopf, Tanya Park, Colleen M. Norris, and Elizabeth Papathanassoglou. ''Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health'' 2022, 19(5), 3113; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19053113
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* [https://doi-org.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/10.1386/pi_00012_1 The sonic performance of Islamic congregational prayer: Ṣalāh in mainstream Egyptian practice]. ''Performing Islam'', Volume 9, Numbers 1-2, December 2021, pp. 5-114 (110 pages)
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* [https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-20563976/documents/77a4b2121da64ff19049c28f9bb6990e/Frishkopf%20et.al%20October2021.pdf TranceCultural Music:  Forging social resonance through asynchronous virtual musical interaction during pandemic]. Collectively prepared by members of the TransCultural Orchestra: Allison Sokil, Ari Mastoras, Arsh Khaira, Behrang Nikaeen, Donna Dawson, Jane Zaïane, Jillian Fulton-Melanson, Matt Love, Mehdi Rezania, Michael Frishkopf, More J, Morteza Abedinifard, Nasim Ahmadian, Olga Zaitseva-Herz, Shruti Nair, Tuğrul Özer, and Vahid Macvandi. Published a special issue of the ''Journal of Music, Health, and Wellbeing'' (2021)
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* Michael Frishkopf, Guilnard Moufarrej, George Mürer, Carolyn Ramzy, Jonathan Shannon, Nermeen Youssef, and Iman Mersal. (in press) "What Happened to “Songs of the New Arab Revolutions”?" in ''The Myth of Middle East Exceptionalism: The Unfinished Project of MENA Social Movements''. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
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* Frishkopf, Michael.  “Music for Global Human Development.” 2021. In ''[https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transforming-ethnomusicology-volume-ii-9780197517550?cc=ca&lang=en& Transforming Ethnomusicology, vol. II]'', edited by Beverly Diamond and Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (27 pages)
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* Frishkopf, Michael. ''[https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/202110205001 West African Polyrhythm: culture, theory, and representation]'''. In SHS Web of Conferences, Volume 102, 2021, The 3rd ETLTC International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ETLTC2021)
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* Frishkopf, Michael. My Musical Journey. 2021. In ''[https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520295353/global-middle-east Global Middle East: Into the 21st Century]'', edited by Asef Bayat and Linda Herrera.  ([https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oNN-5tsjHc View Webinar by contributing authors])
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* Philomina Okeke-Ihejirika, Gillian Creese, Michael Frishkopf, and Njoki Wane. 2020. “[https://muse-jhu-edu.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/article/781096 Re-envisioning Resilience from African Immigrants’ Perspectives].” ''Canadian Ethnic Studies'', 52:3, pp. 129-149
 
* Frishkopf, Michael. [https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/zygo.12557?af=R "Aesthetics, Creativity, and Mysticism: An Investigation of Three Modes of Consciousness"], ''Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.'' 54(4), December 2019.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael. [https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/zygo.12557?af=R "Aesthetics, Creativity, and Mysticism: An Investigation of Three Modes of Consciousness"], ''Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.'' 54(4), December 2019.
 
* Jayarathne, Isuru, Michael Cohen, Michael Frishkopf, and Gregory Mulyk. 2019. “Relaxation ‘Sweet Spot’ Exploration in Pantophonic Musical Soundscape Using Reinforcement Learning.” In Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces: Companion, 55–56. IUI ’19. New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3308557.3308686
 
* Jayarathne, Isuru, Michael Cohen, Michael Frishkopf, and Gregory Mulyk. 2019. “Relaxation ‘Sweet Spot’ Exploration in Pantophonic Musical Soundscape Using Reinforcement Learning.” In Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces: Companion, 55–56. IUI ’19. New York, NY, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3308557.3308686
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* Frishkopf, Michael and Federico Spinetti, editors. ''[https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/frishkopf-spinetti-music-sound-and-architecture-in-islam Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam]'', (University of Texas Press, 2018). (http://bit.ly/musari)  Supplemental AV materials are on [https://archnet.org/collections/1465 Archnet].  Turkish translation:  ''İslam'da Müzik, Ses ve Mimari'', tranlated by Şükrü Atsızelti. Publication expected November 2020.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael and Federico Spinetti, editors. ''[https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/frishkopf-spinetti-music-sound-and-architecture-in-islam Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam]'', (University of Texas Press, 2018). (http://bit.ly/musari)  Supplemental AV materials are on [https://archnet.org/collections/1465 Archnet].  Turkish translation:  ''İslam'da Müzik, Ses ve Mimari'', tranlated by Şükrü Atsızelti. Publication expected November 2020.
 
* M. Frishkopf, D.Zakus, S.Abu, H.Hamze, M.Alhassan, I.A.Zukpeni.  [https://www-sciencedirect-com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/science/article/pii/S2214999617301443 "Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana."] ''Annals of Global Health'', Volume 83, Issue 1, January–February 2017, Page 38.
 
* M. Frishkopf, D.Zakus, S.Abu, H.Hamze, M.Alhassan, I.A.Zukpeni.  [https://www-sciencedirect-com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/science/article/pii/S2214999617301443 "Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana."] ''Annals of Global Health'', Volume 83, Issue 1, January–February 2017, Page 38.
* Frishkopf, Michael. [http://login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=122829454&site=ehost-live&scope=site Popular Music as Public Health Technology: Music for Global Human Development and “Giving Voice to Health” in Liberia.] ''Journal of Folklore Research'', Vol. 54, No. 1-2, Music and Global Health (January/August 2017), pp. 41-86.
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* Frishkopf, Michael. [http://login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=122829454&site=ehost-live&scope=site Popular Music as Public Health Technology: Music for Global Human Development and “Giving Voice to Health” in Liberia.][https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Wr-x1ZGiiY-LXsSgxXo8WYtwiKIFvD7m/view?usp=sharing] ''Journal of Folklore Research'', Vol. 54, No. 1-2, Music and Global Health (January/August 2017), pp. 41-86.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael, Michael Cohen, and Rasika Ranaweera. Curating Ethnomusicology in Cyberworlds for Ethnomusicological Research. "World Music in Wonderland".  [http://www.acef-fsac.ulaval.ca/en/node/879 ''Ethnologies'', special issue: Exhibiting Soundscapes], edited by Marcia Ostashewski and Michael Frishkopf.  37(1), 2017.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael, Michael Cohen, and Rasika Ranaweera. Curating Ethnomusicology in Cyberworlds for Ethnomusicological Research. "World Music in Wonderland".  [http://www.acef-fsac.ulaval.ca/en/node/879 ''Ethnologies'', special issue: Exhibiting Soundscapes], edited by Marcia Ostashewski and Michael Frishkopf.  37(1), 2017.
 
*  Frishkopf, Michael, David Zakus, Hasan Hamze, Mubarak Alhassan, Ibrahim Abukari Zukpeni, Sulemana Abu.  2016 [http://coh.ug.edu.gh/sites/coh.ug.edu.gh/files/files/LJH%20vol%2027%282%29.pdf Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana]. ''Legon Journal of the Humanities'',  special issue:  Music, Health and Wellbeing: African Perspectives, edited by Florian Carl and Eric Debrah Otchere, 27(2):59-90, 2016.
 
*  Frishkopf, Michael, David Zakus, Hasan Hamze, Mubarak Alhassan, Ibrahim Abukari Zukpeni, Sulemana Abu.  2016 [http://coh.ug.edu.gh/sites/coh.ug.edu.gh/files/files/LJH%20vol%2027%282%29.pdf Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana]. ''Legon Journal of the Humanities'',  special issue:  Music, Health and Wellbeing: African Perspectives, edited by Florian Carl and Eric Debrah Otchere, 27(2):59-90, 2016.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael, Hasan Hamze, Mubarak Alhassan, Ibrahim Abukari Zukpeni, Sulemana Abu, and David Zakus. 2016. “[http://dx.doi.org/10.15212/FMCH.2016.0105 Performing Arts as a Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Northern Ghana.]” ''Family Medicine and Community Health'' 4 (1): 22–36, 2016.
 
* Frishkopf, Michael, Hasan Hamze, Mubarak Alhassan, Ibrahim Abukari Zukpeni, Sulemana Abu, and David Zakus. 2016. “[http://dx.doi.org/10.15212/FMCH.2016.0105 Performing Arts as a Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Northern Ghana.]” ''Family Medicine and Community Health'' 4 (1): 22–36, 2016.
 
* Ranaweera, Rasika, Michael Cohen, and Michael Frishkopf. 2015. “[http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/PRES_a_00232?journalCode=pres#.V0uieZMrJE4 Narrowcasting and Multipresence for Music Auditioning and Conferencing in Social Cyberworlds].” ''Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments'' 24 (3): 220–42, 2015.
 
* Ranaweera, Rasika, Michael Cohen, and Michael Frishkopf. 2015. “[http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/PRES_a_00232?journalCode=pres#.V0uieZMrJE4 Narrowcasting and Multipresence for Music Auditioning and Conferencing in Social Cyberworlds].” ''Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments'' 24 (3): 220–42, 2015.
* “Muslims, music, and tolerance in Egypt and Ghana: a comparative perspective on difference."  In ''[http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/van-nieuwkerk-levine-stokes-islam-and-popular-culture Islam and Popular Culture]'', ed. by Karin van Nieuwkerk. University of Texas Press, 2016.
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EYEheMRLW9CDmY6m2vtBkYU_K-IIoJiJ/view?usp=sharing “Muslims, music, and tolerance in Egypt and Ghana: a comparative perspective on difference."] In ''[http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/van-nieuwkerk-levine-stokes-islam-and-popular-culture Islam and Popular Culture]'', ed. by Karin van Nieuwkerk. University of Texas Press, 2016.
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Concept_of_LP.pdf Against ethnomusicology: Language performance and the social impact of ritual performance in Islam], ''Performing Islam'', Volume 2, Number 1, December 2013 , pp. 11-43 [http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/pi/2013/00000002/00000001/art00001].
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* [http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/pi/2013/00000002/00000001/art00001 Against ethnomusicology: Language performance and the social impact of ritual performance in Islam], ''Performing Islam'', Volume 2, Number 1, December 2013 , pp. 11-43.
* Майкл Фришкопф. 2013. “Этноджаз". Этноджаз в Центральной Азии: 17-21. [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ethnojazz.pdf ”Ethnojazz.”] EthnoJazz in Central Asia: 49-52. In: EthnoJazz in Central Asia: Sociocultural design in the sphere of culture. Bishkek: Central Asian Arts Management, 2013  
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* Майкл Фришкопф. 2013. “Этноджаз". Этноджаз в Центральной Азии: 17-21. [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fbqb6TNzs_x3kqVLLgr5QLt6VXylyVl-/view?usp=sharing ”Ethnojazz.”] EthnoJazz in Central Asia: 49-52. In: EthnoJazz in Central Asia: Sociocultural design in the sphere of culture. Bishkek: Central Asian Arts Management, 2013  
 
* "Music as debate: Social forces shaping the heterodoxy of Sufi performance in contemporary Egypt." In ''Music, Culture and Identity in the Muslim World: Performance, Politics and Piety''. Ed. Kamal Salhi. London: Routledge, 2013.
 
* "Music as debate: Social forces shaping the heterodoxy of Sufi performance in contemporary Egypt." In ''Music, Culture and Identity in the Muslim World: Performance, Politics and Piety''. Ed. Kamal Salhi. London: Routledge, 2013.
 
* "Tradition and modernity: the globalization of Sufi Music in Egypt."  In [http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415509725/ ''Popular Culture in the Middle East and North Africa: A Postcolonial Outlook''], edited by Walid El Hamamsy & Mounira Soliman. London: Routledge, 2012.  
 
* "Tradition and modernity: the globalization of Sufi Music in Egypt."  In [http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415509725/ ''Popular Culture in the Middle East and North Africa: A Postcolonial Outlook''], edited by Walid El Hamamsy & Mounira Soliman. London: Routledge, 2012.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Prediction.pdf "Prediction of dissimilarity judgments between tonal sequences using information theory"][http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2160749.2160789&coll=DL&dl=ACM&CFID=105074740&CFTOKEN=98309166], in ''Proceeding HCCE '12: Proceedings of the 2012 Joint International Conference on Human-Centered Computer Environments'', Pages 194-199, ACM New York, NY, USA ©2012   
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ikzdstBo0iYtFrnkxdeqvFee7WzJcSmE/view?usp=sharing "Prediction of dissimilarity judgments between tonal sequences using information theory"][http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2160749.2160789&coll=DL&dl=ACM&CFID=105074740&CFTOKEN=98309166], in ''Proceeding HCCE '12: Proceedings of the 2012 Joint International Conference on Human-Centered Computer Environments'', Pages 194-199, ACM New York, NY, USA ©2012   
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Ritual_as_Strategic_Action.pdf “Ritual as strategic action: the social logic of musical silence in Canadian Islam”], in ''Muslim Rap, Halal Soaps, and Revolutionary Theater: Artistic Developments in the Muslim World'', edited by Karin van Nieuwkerk. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bUFbs4SjJg2qHcHqW4vmH2y1mZlKb9__/view?usp=sharing “Ritual as strategic action: the social logic of musical silence in Canadian Islam”], in ''Muslim Rap, Halal Soaps, and Revolutionary Theater: Artistic Developments in the Muslim World'', edited by Karin van Nieuwkerk. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/RoughGuideSufi.pdf Review of ''The Rough Guide to Sufi Music''], ''Asian Music'',  Volume 43, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 148-155
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/115WR_Ov0D37NQujMgVatrjgf8PSzii9S/view?usp=sharing Review of ''The Rough Guide to Sufi Music''], ''Asian Music'',  Volume 43, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 148-155
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/FiW_Cyberworlds.pdf "Folkways in Wonderland: A Cyberworld Laboratory for Ethnomusicology"][http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2082759.2083472&coll=DL&dl=GUIDE&CFID=83299025&CFTOKEN=71346931], (Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Frishkopf, and Michael Cohen), in ''Proceeding CW '11: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Cyberworlds'', Pages 106-112, IEEE Computer Society Washington, DC, USA ©2011   
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QAIYIDlj69Uk514XLRDKsEuxKmEk3joQ/view?usp=sharing "Folkways in Wonderland: A Cyberworld Laboratory for Ethnomusicology"][http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2082759.2083472&coll=DL&dl=GUIDE&CFID=83299025&CFTOKEN=71346931], (Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Frishkopf, and Michael Cohen), in ''Proceeding CW '11: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Cyberworlds'', Pages 106-112, IEEE Computer Society Washington, DC, USA ©2011   
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MusicaHumana.pdf “Technology, Change and the Music of Sufi Chanting in Egypt.”][http://www.musicologykorea.org/musicahumana/3-1.html] Earle Waugh & Michael Frishkopf.  ''Musica Humana'' 3(1), 2011  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zcFLLWXXZvGkaJjSCW-MrQNnpnBif5kt/view?usp=sharing “Technology, Change and the Music of Sufi Chanting in Egypt.”] Earle Waugh & Michael Frishkopf.  ''Musica Humana'' 3(1), 2011  
* [https://aucpress.com/product/music-and-media-in-the-arab-world/ ''Music and Media in the Arab World''][http://books.google.ca/books?id=KANOAYzkhA8C&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+and+media&hl=en&sa=X&ei=T52_T7ejCeGIiAKVr7HeBw&ved=0CEwQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=music%20and%20media&f=false], edited  & with an [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MusicAndMediaIntro(Frishkopf).pdf Introduction] by Michael Frishkopf. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, distributed by Oxford University Press (2010).  
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* [https://aucpress.com/product/music-and-media-in-the-arab-world/ ''Music and Media in the Arab World''][http://books.google.ca/books?id=KANOAYzkhA8C&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+and+media&hl=en&sa=X&ei=T52_T7ejCeGIiAKVr7HeBw&ved=0CEwQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=music%20and%20media&f=false], edited  & with an [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QFwBCIXE9W_bhBpN-VJcI_nK6XruMrkK/view?usp=sharing Introduction] by Michael Frishkopf. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, distributed by Oxford University Press (2010).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/IWPASH.pdf <nowiki>"(virtual [world) music]</nowiki>: Virtual world, world music: Folkways in Wonderland"] in ''Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing'', Zao, Miyagi, Japan, November 2009. (co-authored:  Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Cohen, Nick Nagel, and Michael Frishkopf).  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RtO6sG1ESvcCvLLkz6pLL6c5dGoB5oka/view?usp=sharing <nowiki>"(virtual [world) music]</nowiki>: Virtual world, world music: Folkways in Wonderland"] in ''Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing'', Zao, Miyagi, Japan, November 2009. (co-authored:  Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Cohen, Nick Nagel, and Michael Frishkopf).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Mediated_Quranic_recitation_offprint.pdf "Mediated Qur’anic recitation and the contestation of Islam in contemporary Egypt"], in [http://books.google.ca/books?id=gAR15vJcC6wC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+and+the+play+of+power&hl=en&sa=X&ei=zp2_T5HmCcmgiQLO7_SBCA&ved=0CD0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=music%20and%20the%20play%20of%20power&f=false ''Music and the Play of  Power in the Middle East'']. Ashgate, 2009. Audio examples: [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Qur'an/Isma%60il-Yusuf-4-mujawwad.mp3 ex 3.1], [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Qur'an/Isma%60il-Yusuf-4-murattal.mp3 ex 3.2], [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Qur'an/%60Ajmi-Yusuf-4.mp3 ex. 3.3],
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yZ93WzSJZ6slEpQC1cL306-brGe9B6aR/view?usp=sharing "Mediated Qur’anic recitation and the contestation of Islam in contemporary Egypt"], in [http://books.google.ca/books?id=gAR15vJcC6wC&printsec=frontcover&dq=music+and+the+play+of+power&hl=en&sa=X&ei=zp2_T5HmCcmgiQLO7_SBCA&ved=0CD0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=music%20and%20the%20play%20of%20power&f=false ''Music and the Play of  Power in the Middle East'']. Ashgate, 2009.  [https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/173YElhVmw2dufnDGiggno1OzagZlsO3a?usp=sharing Audio examples 3.1, 3.2, 3.3]
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Globalizing_soundworld.pdf "Globalizing the soundworld - Islam and Sufi Music in the West"], in ''Sufis in the West'' (Routledge, 2008)  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y0PAa6bvbXBiap2izwmmlyW6FwUTw6Ly/view?usp=sharing "Globalizing the soundworld - Islam and Sufi Music in the West"], in ''Sufis in the West'' (Routledge, 2008)  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Music_in_The_Islamic_World.pdf “Music”], in ''The Islamic World'', edited by Andrew Rippin (Routledge "Worlds" series). New York:  Routledge, 2008, pp. 510-526.  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WSuYCheFWRKnE8LzIGfhb9Zya5gW89Ad/view?usp=sharing “Music”], in ''The Islamic World'', edited by Andrew Rippin (Routledge "Worlds" series). New York:  Routledge, 2008, pp. 510-526.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/SonoCairo.pdf "Music, Nationalism, and the development of Egypt's phonogram industry: Muhammad Fawzy, Misrphon, and Sawt al-Qahira" (SonoCairo)] ''Asian Music'', Volume 39, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2008, pp. 28-58.
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x8KxvqDnhNvVrmRul9ZbPxrU7HfMefPU/view?usp=sharing "Nationalism, Nationalization, and the Egyptian Music Industry: Muhammad Fawzy,Misrphon, and Sawt al-Qahira (SonoCairo)"] ''Asian Music'', Volume 39, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2008, pp. 28-58.
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/CJAS.pdf “‘Islamic Music in Africa’ as a tool for African Studies”], in ''Canadian Journal of African Studies'', Vol. 42, #2/3, 2008, pp. 478-507.   
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/157pju1Q8aZb2OuvUIiZo2jEDLDXB1wMf/view?usp=sharing “‘Islamic Music in Africa’ as a tool for African Studies”], in ''Canadian Journal of African Studies'', Vol. 42, #2/3, 2008, pp. 478-507.   
 
* [http://ismir2007.ismir.net/proceedings/ismir2007_p157_lai.pdf “Metadata Infrastructure for Sound Recordings"], ''Proceedings of ISMIR 2007'' (International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, September 23rd-27th 2007, Vienna, Austria).  Co-author.  
 
* [http://ismir2007.ismir.net/proceedings/ismir2007_p157_lai.pdf “Metadata Infrastructure for Sound Recordings"], ''Proceedings of ISMIR 2007'' (International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, September 23rd-27th 2007, Vienna, Austria).  Co-author.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Islamic_Music_Africa.pdf Islamic Music], in ''New Encyclopedia of Africa'', Charles Scribner's Sons, 2007, pp. 643-648.  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zE5KaWAY0rPnzpI9OMz617hKJIEqSgS7/view?usp=sharing Islamic Music], in ''New Encyclopedia of Africa'', Charles Scribner's Sons, 2007, pp. 643-648.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Makran.pdf Music of Makran:  traditional fusion from coastal Balochistan], in Asian Music, Summer/Fall 2006  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m6v3AzcVEn8UlDZhRSjARHZwjhJullsj/view?usp=sharing Music of Makran:  traditional fusion from coastal Balochistan], in Asian Music, Summer/Fall 2006  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Review%20-%20Soufis%20d'algerie Sufi music review]: (1) Soufis d'algerie: Mostaganem/Algeria: The Sufis of Mostaganem.  2003. Prophet Collection 31. Philips 472 503-2; (2) Chant soufi de Syrie: Dhikr Qadiri Khalwati de la Zawiya Hilaliya, Alep /Sufi chanting from Syria : Dhikr Qadiri Khalwati of the Zawiya Hilaliya, Aleppo .  2002.  Maison des Cultures du Monde, Inedit W 260109. (3)  Maroc: L'art du sama' a Fes/Morocco: The Art of Sama' in Fez . 2002. Disques VDE-GALLO, VDE CD-1104.  (CD reviews).  In ''Yearbook of the International Council for Traditional Music'', 2003.  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BwSrPtc1DvZ60q4j8AdNqu3Qv-oW0mWx/view?usp=sharing Sufi music review]: (1) Soufis d'algerie: Mostaganem/Algeria: The Sufis of Mostaganem.  2003. Prophet Collection 31. Philips 472 503-2; (2) Chant soufi de Syrie: Dhikr Qadiri Khalwati de la Zawiya Hilaliya, Alep /Sufi chanting from Syria : Dhikr Qadiri Khalwati of the Zawiya Hilaliya, Aleppo .  2002.  Maison des Cultures du Monde, Inedit W 260109. (3)  Maroc: L'art du sama' a Fes/Morocco: The Art of Sama' in Fez . 2002. Disques VDE-GALLO, VDE CD-1104.  (CD reviews).  In ''Yearbook of the International Council for Traditional Music'', 2003.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Yemen_Tihama Review of “The Yemen Tihama: trance & dance music from the Red Sea coast of Arabia”] International Music Collection of the British Library National Sound Archive.  Topic World Series, Topic Records Ltd. TSCD920. (CD review). ''Asian Music'', Fall/Winter 2003/2004, XXXV:1.   
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/12xNxSpRe9fr_mWN9dQp9r8Snykq5jtA5/view?usp=sharing Review of “The Yemen Tihama: trance & dance music from the Red Sea coast of Arabia”] International Music Collection of the British Library National Sound Archive.  Topic World Series, Topic Records Ltd. TSCD920. (CD review). ''Asian Music'', Fall/Winter 2003/2004, XXXV:1.   
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Authorship_Sufi_poetry.pdf "Authorship in Sufi Poetry"], in ''Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics'', #23: Intersections: Literature and the Sacred (2003)  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1viDagz0Qu7AQ1mC1hdIB7qL69gV8m4Sg/view?usp=sharing "Authorship in Sufi Poetry"], in ''Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics'', #23: Intersections: Literature and the Sacred (2003)  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Spiritual_kinship_globalization.pdf “Spiritual Kinship and Globalization”], in ''Religious Studies and Theology'' v. 22 #1, 2003  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IXv9rd4-83tEPOrJ6v7aGiH-jkek1zmN/view?usp=sharing “Spiritual Kinship and Globalization”], in ''Religious Studies and Theology'' v. 22 #1, 2003  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Some_meanings_Spanish_tInge.pdf "Some Meanings of the Spanish Tinge in Contemporary Egyptian music"], in ''Mediterranean Mosaic'', edited by Goffredo Plastino (in the series entitled Perspectives on Global Pop, edited by Gage Averill; Routledge Publishing) (2002).  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rs80FzWRWW6IbK_mpwYF0E7BcAAZ6I5c/view?usp=sharing "Some Meanings of the Spanish Tinge in Contemporary Egyptian music"], in ''Mediterranean Mosaic'', edited by Goffredo Plastino (in the series entitled Perspectives on Global Pop, edited by Gage Averill; Routledge Publishing) (2002).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Garland%20Encyclopedia%20of%20World%20Music_%20Full%20Text_%20Snapshot_%20Shaykh%20Y_s_n%20al-Tuh_m_%20in%20the%20Public%20_a_ra_%20A%20Typical%20Layla%20Performance.pdf "Shaykh Yasin al-Tuhami:  A typical layla performance"], ''Garland Encyclopedia of World Music'', vol. 6 (2002).  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lyPbb5_GaA34CO-1ocWY4vncJLhJeb5i/view?usp=sharing "Shaykh Yasin al-Tuhami:  A typical layla performance"], ''Garland Encyclopedia of World Music'', vol. 6 (2002).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Garland%20Encyclopedia%20of%20World%20Music_%20Full%20Text_%20Islamic%20Hymnody%20in%20Egypt_%20Al-lnsh_d%20al-D_n_.pdf "al-Inshad al-Dini (Islamic religious singing) in Egypt"], ''Garland Encyclopedia of World Music'', vol. 6 (2002).  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cvoUfoEwOXxTu3pcVcksqNSbWoDFe2Lc/view?usp=sharing "al-Inshad al-Dini (Islamic religious singing) in Egypt"], ''Garland Encyclopedia of World Music'', vol. 6 (2002).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Review%20-%20Asmahan's%20secrets.pdf Review of Asmahan’s Secrets: Woman, War, and Song] (No. 13 in the Middle East Monograph Series ( Austin:  UT Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 2000), by Sherifa Zuhur), International Journal of Middle East Studies (fall 2002). [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Weghat_Nazar_Asmahan.pdf Arabic version] in ''Weghat Nazar''.  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dsQFsvlyd_VtGGa-lqLU5AYEfuoR4iRy/view?usp=sharing Review of Asmahan’s Secrets: Woman, War, and Song] (No. 13 in the Middle East Monograph Series ( Austin:  UT Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 2000), by Sherifa Zuhur), International Journal of Middle East Studies (fall 2002). [https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Jr5ejdt7A6yK_gnJqfA1YRCmymFlnc-/view?usp=sharing Arabic version] in ''Weghat Nazar''.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Musical_transformations_of_time.pdf Musical transformations of time], in "Eighth International Conference on Human Interface Technology", March 14-20, 2002, Aizu University, Japan.  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RsFMXT-lEWa6IEJLjdkqmK4dHF6hO_TX/view?usp=sharing Musical transformations of time], in "Eighth International Conference on Human Interface Technology", March 14-20, 2002, Aizu University, Japan.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MESA_Bulletin_34-2.pdf "Inshad Dini and Aghani Diniyya in 20th c Egypt :  a review of styles, genres, and available recordings"],  Bulletin of the Middle East Studies Association, Winter 2001.  (Arabic translation:  Wijhat Nazar (Viewpoints), #35, vol. #3, December 2001, under the title:  “al-inshad al-dini wa al-aghani al-diniyya fi masr al-qarn al-‘ishrin”, pp. 68-72.  Cairo : Egyptian Company for Arab and International Publication.)[http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2002/605/cu3.htm]  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-h5q05H3Az5cGM__XZw7Pl-1dQNfveSP/view?usp=sharing "Inshad Dini and Aghani Diniyya in 20th c Egypt :  a review of styles, genres, and available recordings"],  Bulletin of the Middle East Studies Association, Winter 2001.  (Arabic translation:  Wijhat Nazar (Viewpoints), #35, vol. #3, December 2001, under the title:  “al-inshad al-dini wa al-aghani al-diniyya fi masr al-qarn al-‘ishrin”, pp. 68-72.  Cairo : Egyptian Company for Arab and International Publication.)[http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2002/605/cu3.htm]  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Changing%20modalities.pdf "Changing modalities in the globalization of Islamic saint veneration and mysticism:  Sidi Ibrahim al-Dasuqi, Shaykh Muhammad ‘Uthman al-Burhani, and their Sufi Orders"].  ''Religious Studies and Theology'', v. 20 nos. 1 & 2(2001).  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/11f9ZxEKvHqyCjcXMzKYHNRMKfa3mmdcZ/view?usp=sharing "Changing modalities in the globalization of Islamic saint veneration and mysticism:  Sidi Ibrahim al-Dasuqi, Shaykh Muhammad ‘Uthman al-Burhani, and their Sufi Orders"].  ''Religious Studies and Theology'', v. 20 nos. 1 & 2(2001).  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Tarab%20in%20the%20Mystic%20Sufi%20Chant%20of%20Egypt.pdf "Tarab in the Mystic Sufi Chant of Egypt"], in:  ''Colors of Enchantment:  Visual and Performing Arts of the Middle East'', edited by Sherifa Zuhur.  American University in Cairo Press, 2001, pp. 233-269  
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yRvs4_KJ9hq3L9Pv2RJ-8-sOf6sqD_gf/view?usp=sharing "Tarab in the Mystic Sufi Chant of Egypt"], in:  ''Colors of Enchantment:  Visual and Performing Arts of the Middle East'', edited by Sherifa Zuhur.  American University in Cairo Press, 2001, pp. 233-269  
 
* [http://www.amazon.ca/Magic-Inshad-Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami/dp/B000009DHJ The Magic of the Sufi Inshad:  Sheikh Yasin al-Tuhami] ([https://www.discogs.com/Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami-The-Magic-Of-Sufi-Inshad/release/6166215 compact disc liner notes]).  Paris:  Long Distance, Real World Works, 1998  
 
* [http://www.amazon.ca/Magic-Inshad-Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami/dp/B000009DHJ The Magic of the Sufi Inshad:  Sheikh Yasin al-Tuhami] ([https://www.discogs.com/Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami-The-Magic-Of-Sufi-Inshad/release/6166215 compact disc liner notes]).  Paris:  Long Distance, Real World Works, 1998  
 
* [https://ema.revues.org/841 La voix du poète : tarab et poésie dans le chant mystique soufi]
 
* [https://ema.revues.org/841 La voix du poète : tarab et poésie dans le chant mystique soufi]
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= Theses =  
 
= Theses =  
 
* Dissertation (UCLA, 1999)
 
* Dissertation (UCLA, 1999)
** [https://sites.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Frishkopf_dissertation.pdf Sufism, Ritual, and Modernity in Egypt: Language Performance as an Adaptive Strategy] (now including high-resolution graphs)
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** [https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8ao7gaed27xak2h/AABLxtiesyCelIE81JaofjQ6a?dl=0 Sufism, Ritual, and Modernity in Egypt: Language Performance as an Adaptive Strategy] (now including high-resolution graphs)
 
** [https://sites.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Frishkopf_dissertation-Appendix_F_(Analytical_Graphs).pdf Appendix F: Analytical Graphs] (separate, full-color)
 
** [https://sites.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Frishkopf_dissertation-Appendix_F_(Analytical_Graphs).pdf Appendix F: Analytical Graphs] (separate, full-color)
** [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Dissertation-abstract.htm Abstract]
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* [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZD3cim72o9UcBFsrMor4v1VCE-41GXM8/view?usp=sharing The Character of Ewe Performance] (Tufts University MA Thesis, 1989)
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/MA_thesis_Frishkopf.pdf The Character of Ewe Performance] (Tufts University MA Thesis, 1989)
 
  
 
= Awards and Honors =
 
= Awards and Honors =
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* [https://www.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2014/march/call-him-the-maligu-naa 2014 Appointed Chief of Goodwill, "Maligu Naa", in Tolon district, Northern Region, Ghana]
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2014/march/call-him-the-maligu-naa 2014 Appointed Chief of Goodwill, "Maligu Naa", in Tolon district, Northern Region, Ghana]
  
= Some recent invited talks and lectures =
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= Some recent talks and lectures =
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* [https://youtu.be/O0Br0XLW_vs Social Network Analysis (SNA) for Music Studies] (presented at annual meetings of SEM and AMS in 2021).
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* with Martha Steenstrup and Elisavet Papathanassoglou, [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kaxiFqhBt3LXvOTjoNSTQ5Dh-7BElBwn/view?usp=sharing Autonomous Adaptive Soundscapes for Reducing Stress in Critically-Ill Patients], a poster presentation for the inaugural Canadian Stress Research Summit, May 6-8, 2021, Toronto.
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* [https://etltc-acmchap-japanconf.org/video-archive "Polyrhythm: Theory, experience, representation, and context"]. Invited keynote for ETLTC2021, Japan (delivered remotely).
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2_lqAjLNkE&t=303s "Music for Global Human Development: Health and Wellbeing"]. Invited talk for Society for Ethnomusicology Preconference Symposium: Musical Activism and Agency: Contestations and Confluences. (delivered remotely)
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* [http://www.pfeffer.at/sunbelt/talks/284.html "Poet-Composer Collaborations in Egyptian Song: A Social Network Analysis Approach to Egypt’s Musical History"], at Sunbelt 2020, International Society for Social Network Analysis (July 2020)
 
* "Socio-musical resonance: a powerful, sustainable technology for social resilience," invited keynote speaker for [https://www.mocsummit.com/speakers/ Modular and Offsite Construction Summit 2019], May 22, 2019, Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, AB, Canada.  
 
* "Socio-musical resonance: a powerful, sustainable technology for social resilience," invited keynote speaker for [https://www.mocsummit.com/speakers/ Modular and Offsite Construction Summit 2019], May 22, 2019, Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, AB, Canada.  
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* 2019 “(re)humanizing through Sound”, invited paper for symposium, [https://www.aku.edu/ismc/publications/Documents/AFAOccasionalPaperSeries-issue7.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2tMDMg7_x5gfM8-aHkILlCiQqNcx65H2gGDyL7-Kbpft28AE31nvz_-ko Touching Sound: Passion and Global Politics], Aga Khan Centre, 10 Handyside Street, London N1C, 4DN, Oct 10–12, 2019.
 
* "Sound, architecture, and Islamic reform:  the attenuation of ritual resonance in the built environment of Cairene saint veneration," invited lecture for Yale's [https://ism.yale.edu/ Institute of Sacred Music], April 25, 2019.
 
* "Sound, architecture, and Islamic reform:  the attenuation of ritual resonance in the built environment of Cairene saint veneration," invited lecture for Yale's [https://ism.yale.edu/ Institute of Sacred Music], April 25, 2019.
 
* “Sound, architecture, and Islamic reform:  the attenuation of ritual resonance in the built environment of Cairene saint veneration,” invited keynote lecture for a conference entitled Egyptian Soundscapes: Music, Sound, and Built Environment, co-hosted by the American Research Center in Egypt and the American University in Cairo, December 2018. (see writeup in [https://scenenoise.com/Features/a-synopsis-of-egyptian-soundscapes-music-sound-and-built-environments-conference?fbclid=IwAR1M9L1UKyZp6Ft8FFbzbYYmW1Ne5456L5lfaZE-k0ld25oVFoJ4F3dHbfM Scene-Noise])
 
* “Sound, architecture, and Islamic reform:  the attenuation of ritual resonance in the built environment of Cairene saint veneration,” invited keynote lecture for a conference entitled Egyptian Soundscapes: Music, Sound, and Built Environment, co-hosted by the American Research Center in Egypt and the American University in Cairo, December 2018. (see writeup in [https://scenenoise.com/Features/a-synopsis-of-egyptian-soundscapes-music-sound-and-built-environments-conference?fbclid=IwAR1M9L1UKyZp6Ft8FFbzbYYmW1Ne5456L5lfaZE-k0ld25oVFoJ4F3dHbfM Scene-Noise])
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* [http://www.indiana.edu/~semhome/2013/pdf/Program_110813.pdf The Social Power of “Shahid” (Martyr) Metaphors in Music Videos Produced by Football Fan-activists in Egypt’s 2011-12 Revolution: A Durkheimian Perspective],  Society for Ethnomusicology annual meeting 2013, Indianapolis.
 
* [http://www.indiana.edu/~semhome/2013/pdf/Program_110813.pdf The Social Power of “Shahid” (Martyr) Metaphors in Music Videos Produced by Football Fan-activists in Egypt’s 2011-12 Revolution: A Durkheimian Perspective],  Society for Ethnomusicology annual meeting 2013, Indianapolis.
 
* [http://www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~casa2013 Narrowcasting Enabled Immersive Music Browser for Folkways World Music Collection]. In Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents. May 2013, Istanbul, Turkey. (Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Cohen, and Michael Frishkopf).
 
* [http://www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~casa2013 Narrowcasting Enabled Immersive Music Browser for Folkways World Music Collection]. In Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents. May 2013, Istanbul, Turkey. (Rasika Ranaweera, Michael Cohen, and Michael Frishkopf).
* [http://web-ext.u-aizu.ac.jp/~mcohen/welcome/ISSM/12-13/program.html#Michael_Frishkopf Differentiating traditional and popular music by analyzing the social structure of fame: a computer simulation of fan-artist affiliation networks] (Aizu, Japan, 2013) ([http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/Japan2013.pdf PDF version of the ISSM presentation])
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* [http://web-ext.u-aizu.ac.jp/~mcohen/welcome/ISSM/12-13/program.html#Michael_Frishkopf Differentiating traditional and popular music by analyzing the social structure of fame: a computer simulation of fan-artist affiliation networks] (Aizu, Japan, 2013) ([https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BHqv6KTANB-n7u65_VbWmjXa6MW3XCXM/view?usp=sharing PDF version of the ISSM presentation])
 
* [http://www.eth.mpg.de/cms/files/events_pdf/2351/2012__TranscendingTraditionalTropes_finalWebversion.pdf Forging New Transnational Actor-Networks through Participatory Action Research: socio-musical dimensions of the “responsibility to protect” Liberian refugees] (Halle, Germany, 2012)
 
* [http://www.eth.mpg.de/cms/files/events_pdf/2351/2012__TranscendingTraditionalTropes_finalWebversion.pdf Forging New Transnational Actor-Networks through Participatory Action Research: socio-musical dimensions of the “responsibility to protect” Liberian refugees] (Halle, Germany, 2012)
 
* [http://www.rohmuscat.org.om/performances/details?id=71 Tarab in Sufi Music] (for ''A night of Sufi & Inshaad'', [http://www.rohmuscat.org.om/ Royal Opera House Muscat], Muscat, Oman, 2012)
 
* [http://www.rohmuscat.org.om/performances/details?id=71 Tarab in Sufi Music] (for ''A night of Sufi & Inshaad'', [http://www.rohmuscat.org.om/ Royal Opera House Muscat], Muscat, Oman, 2012)
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* [http://cgi.unc.edu/uploads/files/muslim-diversity/sacredpapers/SacredAbstractsBios.pdf Muslims, Music, and Tolerance in Egypt and Ghana: A Comparative Perspective on Difference] (UNC, 2010)
 
* [http://cgi.unc.edu/uploads/files/muslim-diversity/sacredpapers/SacredAbstractsBios.pdf Muslims, Music, and Tolerance in Egypt and Ghana: A Comparative Perspective on Difference] (UNC, 2010)
 
* [http://musicmovesreligion.com/mmr/spkr/michael Music Moves Islam in the Indian Ocean] (Syracuse, 2008)
 
* [http://musicmovesreligion.com/mmr/spkr/michael Music Moves Islam in the Indian Ocean] (Syracuse, 2008)
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* [https://assets.noviams.com/novi-file-uploads/insna/Connections_Archive/2003__Volume_25__Issue_1.pdf The Influence of Interdisciplinary Scholarship in the Humanities: a Citation Network Analysis of Ethnomusicological Literature] (INSNA Sunbelt 2002)
  
 
= Music and Health =
 
= Music and Health =
== Evidence-based research ==
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== Evidence-based research in Music and Sound Therapies ==
 
* [[Autonomous Adaptive Soundscape project]]
 
* [[Autonomous Adaptive Soundscape project]]
 
* [[Five Element Chinese Music Therapy project]]
 
* [[Five Element Chinese Music Therapy project]]
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== Music and sound for wellness ==
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[https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13zBhimK1AcCm8FbD5x7X_rQyHYUk3OU8?usp=sharing Music and sound for mental health and wellness]
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[https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/hearmusicalberta/about HEAR Music Alberta]
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== Giving Voice to Health: M4GHD ethnomusicology ==
 
== Giving Voice to Health: M4GHD ethnomusicology ==
 
* Singing and Dancing for Health in Ghana:  http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h
 
* Singing and Dancing for Health in Ghana:  http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h
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* Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia:  http://bit.ly/m4mnch
 
* Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia:  http://bit.ly/m4mnch
  
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= Music, Sound, and AI =
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* [http://bit.ly/mlsr Machine Learning for Sound Recognition]
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* [http://bit.ly/AAS-UA Autonomous Adaptive Soundscapes]
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* [https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/ai4s2 AI for Sound Societies] (a collaboratory under the [http://ai4society.ca AI for Society signature area])
 
= Applied Ethnomusicology =
 
= Applied Ethnomusicology =
  
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* Music and Architecture in Islam (website and film, in progress...), funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada ($136,000).  
 
* Music and Architecture in Islam (website and film, in progress...), funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada ($136,000).  
 
* [https://vimeo.com/20411385 The weekly Saturday hadra at the saha of Sidi Ali Zayn al-Abidin] (Sufism in Cairo) (2011)  
 
* [https://vimeo.com/20411385 The weekly Saturday hadra at the saha of Sidi Ali Zayn al-Abidin] (Sufism in Cairo) (2011)  
* [https://vimeo.com/20409830 Five Sufi hadras: Sufi chanting in Egypt 1996-1998]  
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* [https://vimeo.com/20409830 Five Sufi hadras: Sufi chanting in Egypt 1996-1998]. The final hadra, performed by Shaykh Yasin al-Tuhami, is [https://youtu.be/lgRDDPTiue8 presented in full here].
* Videographer for [http://www.unomaha.edu/jrf/hoffmans.htm Celebrating the Prophet in the Remembrance of God:  Sufi Dhikr in Egypt], an educational video produced by Dr. Valerie Hoffman, Professor in the Program for the Study of Religion, University of Illinois, 1997.
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* Videographer for [https://experts.illinois.edu/en/publications/celebrating-the-prophet-in-the-remembrance-of-god-sufi-dhikr-in-e Celebrating the Prophet in the Remembrance of God:  Sufi Dhikr in Egypt], an educational video produced by Dr. Valerie Hoffman, Professor in the Program for the Study of Religion, University of Illinois, 1997.
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP87tK6qFgU Interview with Marcel Khalife]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP87tK6qFgU Interview with Marcel Khalife]
  
 
===Documentary audio===  
 
===Documentary audio===  
* Producer and writer for cassette/CD recording:  [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=Giving_Voice_to_Hope:_Music_of_Liberian_Refugees Giving Voice to Hope:  Music of Liberian Refugees].  Audio CD with 28 page descriptive booklet (2009), documenting music produced by musicians living in the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana. Since 1990s this camp has sheltered refugees from conflict in nearby Liberia.  Production is designed to raise public awareness about the camp, while returning profits to its participating NGOs and artists. (http://bit.ly/buducd)   
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* Producer and writer for cassette/CD recording:  [http://bit.ly/buducd Giving Voice to Hope:  Music of Liberian Refugees].  Audio CD with 28 page descriptive booklet (2009), documenting music produced by musicians living in the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana. Since 1990s this camp has sheltered refugees from conflict in nearby Liberia.  Production is designed to raise public awareness about the camp, while returning profits to its participating NGOs and artists. (http://bit.ly/buducd)   
 
* [http://kinkadrum.org Kinka: Traditional songs from Avenorpedo]. Producer of cassette, audio CD and website (http://kinkadrum.org), and author of accompanying 40 page booklet (November 2010), based on MA thesis (1989).  
 
* [http://kinkadrum.org Kinka: Traditional songs from Avenorpedo]. Producer of cassette, audio CD and website (http://kinkadrum.org), and author of accompanying 40 page booklet (November 2010), based on MA thesis (1989).  
 
* Prepared extensive liner notes for [http://www.amazon.com/Magic-Inshad-Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami/dp/B000009DHJ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339637822&sr=8-1 Magic of the Sufi Inshad: Sheikh Yasin al-Tuhami].
 
* Prepared extensive liner notes for [http://www.amazon.com/Magic-Inshad-Sheikh-Yasin-Al-Tuhami/dp/B000009DHJ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339637822&sr=8-1 Magic of the Sufi Inshad: Sheikh Yasin al-Tuhami].
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* A Virtual Musical Exhibition: [[The 2020 SEM Orchestra concert in VR]]
 
* A Virtual Musical Exhibition: [[The 2020 SEM Orchestra concert in VR]]
 
* Sounding the Garden:  http://bit.ly/soundingthegarden
 
* Sounding the Garden:  http://bit.ly/soundingthegarden
* Virtual Sonic Architecture:  http://bit.ly/vsahipm
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* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/ccewiki/index.php?title=Virtual_Sonic_Architecture Virtual Sonic Architecture: The Ottoman mosque of Hadım İbrahim Paşa Virtual Sonic Architecture]:  http://bit.ly/vsahipm
 
* TranceCultural Music Exhibition:  http://trancetrans
 
* TranceCultural Music Exhibition:  http://trancetrans
  
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* Sounding Islam (in progress)
 
* Sounding Islam (in progress)
 
* Wahba-Alexandru Egyptian folklore project (in progress)
 
* Wahba-Alexandru Egyptian folklore project (in progress)
* Principal Investigator and project director, [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/vmctm/ VMCTM:  Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music]. Sponsored by Virtual Museum Canada and the Canadian Heritage Information Network. (funded by Canadian Heritage Information Network).  Managed complex three year development, including over a dozen participants, a partnership with Smithsonian Folkways, and a $175,000 budget.  In French and English.  
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* Principal Investigator and project director, VMCTM:  Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music. Sponsored by Virtual Museum Canada and the Canadian Heritage Information Network. (funded by Canadian Heritage Information Network).  Managed complex three year development, including over a dozen participants, a partnership with Smithsonian Folkways, and a $175,000 budget.  In French and English.  
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=Musical_Change_in_Dagbamete Musical change in a West African Village]. Ongoing (2007-2010) collaborative research project carried out together with students participating in the [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=Study_African_Arts_and_Culture_in_Ghana UofA Ghana summer program], led by Michael Frishkopf.  
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* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Stories_of_Musical_Change_in_Dagbamete,_Ghana Musical change in a West African Village]. Ongoing (2007-2010) collaborative research project carried out together with students participating in the [http://bit.ly/ghanamusic UofA Ghana summer program], led by Michael Frishkopf.  
 
* [https://www.arts.ualberta.ca/~jefferya/SonoCairo/web/index.php SonoCairo searchable web 2.0 catalog].  Relational database containing metadata for several thousand cassette recordings produced by the Egyptian state recording company (SonoCairo) from 1962 to present, based on Egypt research 2003-04 (in development)
 
* [https://www.arts.ualberta.ca/~jefferya/SonoCairo/web/index.php SonoCairo searchable web 2.0 catalog].  Relational database containing metadata for several thousand cassette recordings produced by the Egyptian state recording company (SonoCairo) from 1962 to present, based on Egypt research 2003-04 (in development)
  
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* Music, Ritual, and Architecture in Islam (funded by SSHRC) (PI)
 
* Music, Ritual, and Architecture in Islam (funded by SSHRC) (PI)
 
* [[Folkways in Wonderland | FiW (folkways in Wonderland)]] (see above)
 
* [[Folkways in Wonderland | FiW (folkways in Wonderland)]] (see above)
* [[http://egyptmusic.org/en/makan-team/ Board of Advisors, Makan] (Egypt)
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* [http://egyptmusic.org/en/makan-team/ Board of Advisors, Makan] (Egypt)
 
* [[Educating talented Ghanaian youth]]
 
* [[Educating talented Ghanaian youth]]
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Stories_of_Musical_Change_in_Dagbamete,_Ghana Stories of Change in Ghana]
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Stories_of_Musical_Change_in_Dagbamete,_Ghana Stories of Change in Ghana]
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Some recent work:  
 
Some recent work:  
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[https://bit.ly/trancetrans The Trancecultural Orchestra]
  
 
[https://www.deepakparamashivan.com/music-samples work with Indian music virtuoso Deepak Paramashivan]
 
[https://www.deepakparamashivan.com/music-samples work with Indian music virtuoso Deepak Paramashivan]
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= Concerts, workshops, and conferences =  
 
= Concerts, workshops, and conferences =  
 
(a sample)  
 
(a sample)  
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* [https://youtu.be/DdQG4ITC5Kw MENAME 2022 final concert: From  Tehran to Crete]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8QP45UFlWA Transpositions: Music for Resilient Sustainable Communities]. A concert for International Week 2020, featuring Roy Abdalnour (violin) and Ahmed al-Auqaily (percussion), accompanied by Michael Frishkopf on keyboard and nay, with a special guest appearance by Guillaume Tardif (violin).
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* Feb 8, 2019: [https://youtu.be/q86Uef2Ln1k 2019 International Week concert][https://vimeo.com/showcase/5882561/video/329234146]: Music for Sustainable Development Goals, with fundraiser for Oxfam Canada, in Convocation Hall.  [https://www.thegatewayonline.ca/2019/03/edmonton-transcultural-orchestra/ Gateway concert review]
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* Jan 31, 2018 - 7 pm - Convocation Hall Concert, [https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AuDuY_HhPL6LW9MXhlRSfM1-xpB7kjyN ''Music for a Better World: Transcending Boundaries''] (part of [http://www.globaled.ualberta.ca/InternationalWeek.aspx International Week: For a Better World]) (with the Edmonton Transcultural Orchestra)
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* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/ccewiki/index.php/Music_for_a_Better_World Music for a Better World], Jan 30, 2016 - Convocation Hall (part of International Week 2016)
 
* [http://exhibitingsound.ca Exhibiting Sound] (Oct-Nov 2015), including [http://www.curiousarts.ca/sonic-masking-halloween-parade sonic Masking Halloween Parade]
 
* [http://exhibitingsound.ca Exhibiting Sound] (Oct-Nov 2015), including [http://www.curiousarts.ca/sonic-masking-halloween-parade sonic Masking Halloween Parade]
 
* [http://heavensgarden.v4solutions.ca/ I am a bird from Heaven's Garden:  Music, Sound, and Architecture in the Muslim World].  I co-organized this complex international conference held  September 2013. Funded by a major [http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/home-accueil-eng.aspx SSHRC] grant for which I serve as Principal Investigator, in collaboration with the Aga Khan University and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, as well as the Faculty of Arts and the Office of the Provost at the University of Alberta.  
 
* [http://heavensgarden.v4solutions.ca/ I am a bird from Heaven's Garden:  Music, Sound, and Architecture in the Muslim World].  I co-organized this complex international conference held  September 2013. Funded by a major [http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/home-accueil-eng.aspx SSHRC] grant for which I serve as Principal Investigator, in collaboration with the Aga Khan University and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, as well as the Faculty of Arts and the Office of the Provost at the University of Alberta.  
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= Media =  
 
= Media =  
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''For broken links try https://web.archive.org/ - unfortunately most organizations (even universities!) don't consider their publications worthy of long-term preservation, and allow links to expire with every website reorganization. Luckly, the founders of http://archive.org believe otherwise!''
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* [https://www.arabnews.com/node/1976111/saudi-arabia Saudi Arabia’s Ithra Islamic Art Conference examines history of mosques]
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* [https://www.ualberta.ca/folio/2021/11/smart-sound-system-could-relieve-anxiety-for-icu-patients.html Smart sound system could relieve anxiety for ICU patients][https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-11-smart-relieve-anxiety-icu-patients.html]
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* [https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/dune-music-middle-east-hans-zimmer/ The music of ''Dune'']
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* [https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-55935509 Nourin Mohamed Siddig: The African art of reciting the Koran] (Contributed)
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ndoad1-Krw0  The Sudanese Art of Qur'an Recitation - In memory of Shaykh Noreen Mohamed Siddiq] (recorded as part of a Ramadan program for the [https://www.eastlondonmosque.org.uk/ East London Mosque], one of the most active Islamic institutions in Britain.)
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* [https://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/32/99/409941/Folk/Special-Files/Invoking-Love-in-search-of-God-The-heritage-of-Egy.aspx Invoking Love in search of God: The heritage of Egyptian inshad]
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* [https://ai4society.ca/ai4sdialogues/ AI for Society podcast] ([https://soundcloud.com/ai4s/episode-five-michael-frishkopf Episode 5])
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* [https://twitter.com/UAlberta/status/1360301891574353921 Music is a basic human need]
 
* [https://www.thegatewayonline.ca/2018/07/profile-michael-frishkopf/ Gateway article]
 
* [https://www.thegatewayonline.ca/2018/07/profile-michael-frishkopf/ Gateway article]
* [https://www.folio.ca/ethnomusicologist-promotes-music-and-healing-around-the-world/ Folio article]
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* [https://www.folio.ca/ethnomusicologist-promotes-music-and-healing-around-the-world/ Ethnomusicologist promotes music and healing around the world]
 
* [https://uofa.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2016/may/singing-and-dancing-for-health-puts-spotlight-on-preventing-malaria 'Singing and Dancing for Health' puts spotlight on preventing malaria]
 
* [https://uofa.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2016/may/singing-and-dancing-for-health-puts-spotlight-on-preventing-malaria 'Singing and Dancing for Health' puts spotlight on preventing malaria]
 
* [http://www.delas.pt/estudantes-debatem-a-cancao-de-protesto-e-a-mudanca-social/ ICPsong], in Lisbon, Portugal
 
* [http://www.delas.pt/estudantes-debatem-a-cancao-de-protesto-e-a-mudanca-social/ ICPsong], in Lisbon, Portugal
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* [http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/003602.html Salsa de Arabia] (World Changing)  
 
* [http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/003602.html Salsa de Arabia] (World Changing)  
 
* [http://www.archives.expressnews.ualberta.ca/article/2008/12/9855.html University of Alberta composers]
 
* [http://www.archives.expressnews.ualberta.ca/article/2008/12/9855.html University of Alberta composers]
* [https://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/profile/ethn.htm UCLA graduate student profile]
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* [https://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/profile/ethn.htm UCLA graduate student profile][https://web.archive.org/web/20131028225328/https://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/profile/ethn.htm]
  
 
= Quotations =
 
= Quotations =
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"The craft of '''singing'''...is the first to '''disappear''' from a given civilization when it disintegrates and retrogresses."  
 
"The craft of '''singing'''...is the first to '''disappear''' from a given civilization when it disintegrates and retrogresses."  
 
- Ibn Khaldun, 14th century
 
- Ibn Khaldun, 14th century
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"The loudest noise in the world is silence." -- Thelonious Monk
  
 
= Miscellaneous =
 
= Miscellaneous =
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[https://drive.google.com/open?id=19RrRDlICZrTYxSJWWVE1IVrGfIWTXCWg Mohamed Fawzy Association]
 
[https://drive.google.com/open?id=19RrRDlICZrTYxSJWWVE1IVrGfIWTXCWg Mohamed Fawzy Association]
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[https://sites.ualberta.ca/~michaelf/African%20Music_Site/My_MusicDepartmentHomePage.htm University of Ghana - Department of Music website] (from circa 2010)

Latest revision as of 11:14, 1 August 2022

frishkopf.org * Music for Global Human Development



Dr. Michael Frishkopf
Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies, Department of Music

Director, Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology (CCE) (cce.ualberta.ca)
Adjunct Professor, Religious Studies
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Lead, International Traditional Medicine, Integrative Health Network
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Communication and Cultural Studies, University for Development Studies, Ghana

Mail: Michael Frishkopf, Department of Music, Faculty of Arts, University of Alberta, 3-10 Fine Arts Building, Edmonton, AB CANADA T6G 2C9
Office: 334D Old Arts Building
Tel: Skype: (617) 275-2589; office: (780) 492-0225. Music Dept: (780) 492-3263
Fax: Music Dept: (780) 492-9246. CCE (780) 492-0242
Web: http://frishkopf.org
ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8630-0623
Email is preferable for all initial communications.

Introduction

Michael Frishkopf, Professor of Music, Director of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, and Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta (Canada), as well as Adjunct Professor at the University for Development Studies (Ghana), is an ethnomusicologist, performer, and composer. A graduate of Yale College (BS Mathematics, 1984), Tufts University (MA Ethnomusicology, 1989), and the University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D. Music, 1999), Dr. Frishkopf’s ethnomusicological research interests include music of the Arab world; Sufi music; sound in Islamic ritual performance; music and religion; comparative music theory; the sociology of musical taste; social network analysis; (virtual [world) music]; digital music repositories; machine learning for sound recognition, music information retrieval, and soundscape therapies; music in West Africa; participatory action research; psychoacoustics and music cognition; music and global health; indigenous medicine and music as medicine for integrative health; and music for global human development and social change.

His research and teaching combine a number of different fields, including ethnomusicology, anthropology, Middle East studies, religious/Islamic studies, psychoacoustics, computer science, media studies, literary studies, music theory. He is a lifetime member of the Society for Ethnomusicology, the International Council for Traditional Music, the Canadian Society for Traditional Music, and the Middle East Studies Association of North America. He is also a member of the International Association for Music & Medicine.

He has received numerous fellowships supporting his research, including grants from Fulbright, the American Research Center in Egypt, the Social Science Research Council, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, the Killam Foundation (Canada), the National Endowment for the Humanities, Canada Foundation for Innovation, New Frontiers in Research Fund, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

In performance, Michael specializes in the nay (Middle Eastern reed flute), and also performs the song-drum-dance traditions of Ghana. He is the founder (in 2004) of the University of Alberta Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble, as well as the University of Alberta West African Music Ensemble (in 1999). Both ensembles perform frequently in public in the Edmonton area, especially to support progressive causes. He also performs “Third Stream” and world music inflected jazz on the piano, following studies with Ran Blake and others in the Third Stream program at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.

Some current projects include:

Affiliations

CV

Curriculum Vitae


Select Publications

See also ResearchGate.net and Academia.edu

Theses

Awards and Honors

Some recent talks and lectures

Music and Health

Evidence-based research in Music and Sound Therapies

Music and sound for wellness

Music and sound for mental health and wellness

HEAR Music Alberta

Giving Voice to Health: M4GHD ethnomusicology

Music, Sound, and AI

Applied Ethnomusicology

Music for Global Human Development

(http://m4ghd.org)

In recent years, I’ve moved sharply towards an engaged ethnomusicology, centered on what I call music and global human development, collaborating on production of “traditional” and “popular” musics (including media and music education) as tools for global development of communities marginalized and disempowered by colonialism and its aftermath, on either side of the North-South divide between “developed” and “developing” nations. Such work follows a participatory action research paradigm, ideally engaging local communities as equals, and subjecting all work to critical reflective scrutiny.

There are two main directions to this work:

For a recent writeup, see this story.

Songs for sustainable peace and development

A set of participatory action research projects centered on the use of popular music to disseminate development messages, especially for key development issues in public health, education, religious/ethnic tolerance, and peace. I have been working primarily in collaboration with Liberian refugee musicians in Ghana, and recent returnees to Liberia, helping them articulate and disseminate musical messages of peace and development, producing media with a triple purpose: catalyzing positive social change locally, raising awareness globally, and generating a revenue stream to support their musical communities.

Several songs and a music video have been completed or are in progress; see http://bit.ly/songsspd.

Also see:

Music for cultural continuity and civil society

Projects for cultural continuity, supporting Ewe music of Ghana, El Mastaba Centre for Egyptian Folk Music, the Egyptian Centre for Culture and Art, and AMAR (Foundation for Arab Music Archiving and Research), Beirut, including consulting as a member of the Board. Media products are designed to catalyze local social progress, raise global awareness, and generate a revenue stream for local musicians.

  • Traditional Ghanaian music culture
    • Collaboration with traditional Ghanaian musicians on Kinka: Traditional songs of Avenorpedo, to sustain and develop traditional music
    • Mobilizing scholarship for talented but underprivileged Ghanaian musicians, such as Kofi Avi, so they can complete a well-rounded education.
  • Traditional Egyptian music culture
    • Collaboration with El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Folk Music, Cairo, to preserve, archive, document and develop Egyptian music. We are developing an applied research project to support digitization and metadata tagging for El Mastaba's extensive collections, while simultaneously providing training in these procedures to enable sustainability, with in-kind support through secure offsite storage at the University of Alberta.
    • Collaboration with Egyptian Center for Culture and Art, Cairo: To encourage the diversity, specificity and vibrancy of Egypt's cultural scene. Have provided advisory support.
    • Collaboration with AMAR (Foundation for Arab Music Archiving and Research), Beirut: to preserve and disseminate archival recordings of traditional Arab music from the early 20th century. Member of the Board of Directors.
  • World music presentations to local Edmonton schools and daycares (ongoing series of presentations, at the University of Alberta, or onsite)
  • Local community outreach through performance U of A Senate to celebrate campus volunteers

Relevant publications on M4GHD

Multimedia projects

Documentary video

Documentary audio

Virtual and Augmented Reality

Digital repositories

  • Sounding Islam (in progress)
  • Wahba-Alexandru Egyptian folklore project (in progress)
  • Principal Investigator and project director, VMCTM: Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music. Sponsored by Virtual Museum Canada and the Canadian Heritage Information Network. (funded by Canadian Heritage Information Network). Managed complex three year development, including over a dozen participants, a partnership with Smithsonian Folkways, and a $175,000 budget. In French and English.
  • Musical change in a West African Village. Ongoing (2007-2010) collaborative research project carried out together with students participating in the UofA Ghana summer program, led by Michael Frishkopf.
  • SonoCairo searchable web 2.0 catalog. Relational database containing metadata for several thousand cassette recordings produced by the Egyptian state recording company (SonoCairo) from 1962 to present, based on Egypt research 2003-04 (in development)

Technology

  • [virtual(worldmusic)
    • Folkways in Wonderland: An immersive collaborative virtual environment for browsing world music and doing ethnomusicology. Constructed in collaboration with colleagues in computer science at the University of Aizu, Japan, and in partnership with Smithsonian Folkways, with support from folkwaysAlive! and SSHRC (approx. $20,000 to date)
    • World Music in Wonderland (WMiW).
  • MuDoc (Music/Multimedia Documentation) peer-reviewed federated world music web digital repository. Designed digitial repository for music multimedia (text, score, audio, video), supported by funding from Sun Microsystems, Alberta Ministry of Innovation and Science, and the University of Alberta (over $300,000 total).
  • biofeedback microtonal ear training... (in progress)

Collaborative projects

Educational programs

Musical composition, improvisation, performance

Some recent work:

The Trancecultural Orchestra

work with Indian music virtuoso Deepak Paramashivan

Third Stream version of Blowin in the Wind, by Bob Dylan (1963) - featuring Jenny Boutros with traditional mawwal introduction (melody by Jenny Boutros). Performed March 14, 2017, Convocation Hall, University of Alberta. (Full event here.)


Compositions are here (ignore links below) (and notes) ...

  • Insonations at the shrine of Jamila Hanem in Cairo
  • Nyewe Blues (performed at the 2014 meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology) Click here for scores and instructions
  • Helen's Necklace (several versions, and score), composed and performed for Carole Frechette's acclaimed play, and performed in 2005, at the Shadow Theatre
  • Spacings, for two pianos and two flutes, inspired by forms of traditional Zimbabwean mbira music (2007)
  • BaAka Soundings, a stochastic piece for variable-sized ensemble including mixed chorus, bell, and percussion sticks. Programmed in R, drawing on melodic cells and polyphonic style of the BaAka people, Central African Republic. Composed for a production of The Ik, by Colin Turnbull; directed by Heather Fitzsimmons, and performed at Edmonton’s Walterdale Playhouse, 2000.
  • e-Dhikr (finale), inspired by Sufi sounds of Cairo. Composed and performed (entirely) by M. Frishkopf, with nay, percussion, voice, and looper. (2008)
  • Kurd, neo-takht composition/improvisational frame, premiered at the Dignity of Difference conference, 2009.
  • For Marcel Khalife (rough sketch version). (2010)
  • 40,000[13], Third Stream composition/improvisation (performed at Amnesty International's Small Places concert, University of Alberta, October 2008, towards awareness of political prisoners of the Arab world,). Inspired by Ran Blake, 3rd Stream, Arabic maqam, the Muslim adhan (call to prayer), and Olivier Messiaen's birdsongs and modes of limited transposition. (Michael Frishkopf, piano)

Nay improvisations...

  • Nay 1 (Edmonton Sound Sessions) (2010)
  • Nay 2 (Edmonton Sound Sessions) (2010)

Nay for The Color of Your Voice

Concerts, workshops, and conferences

(a sample)

Media

For broken links try https://web.archive.org/ - unfortunately most organizations (even universities!) don't consider their publications worthy of long-term preservation, and allow links to expire with every website reorganization. Luckly, the founders of http://archive.org believe otherwise!

Quotations


"Listen to everything all the time and remind yourself when you are not listening." -- Pauline Oliveros

"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music" -- Aldous Huxley

Ethnomusicology provides the broadest possible frame for studying music; as "the meaningful social-linguistic-sonic practice of studying music as a meaningful social-linguistic-sonic practice" ethnomusicology achieves recursive breadth: it becomes a legitimate object of its own study (Frishkopf 2016).

“My soul is a hidden orchestra; I know not what instruments, what fiddlestrings and harps, drums and tamboura I sound and clash inside myself. All I hear is the symphony.” -- Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet

"Music is living sound" -- Willard Rhodes

Music is more than sound, for silence is also music -- Michael Frishkopf

"I have nothing to say and I'm saying it" -- John Cage

"Music, in performance, is a type of sculpture. The air in the performance is sculpted into something.” -- Frank Zappa

"Music is among the most powerful of all social technologies" -- M. Frishkopf

"The craft of singing...is the first to disappear from a given civilization when it disintegrates and retrogresses." - Ibn Khaldun, 14th century

"The loudest noise in the world is silence." -- Thelonious Monk

Miscellaneous

My Egypt (a map)

Mohamed Fawzy Association

University of Ghana - Department of Music website (from circa 2010)