Jane Freeman Moulin
Professor of Ethnomusicology
|1991||Ph.D., Ethnomusicology, University of California at Santa Barbara|
|1971||M.A., Music (Ethnomusicology), UCLA|
|1969||B.A., Music cum laude, University of Hawai`i|
- Cultural exchange/borrowing in Pacific music and dance; changing transmission patterns in Tahitian music and dance; musical instruments in the Society Islands and the Marquesas Islands (historical contexts for understanding musical instruments; text-based performance); interactions of musicians and dancers; multi-dimensional performance.
|1994||Music of the Southern Marquesas Islands. Occasional Papers in Pacific Ethnomusicology, No. 3. Auckland: University of Auckland. 56 pp.|
|1989||Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music: Music of the Southern Marquesas Islands. Catalog of the audio collection. 5 vols. University of Auckland, Archives of Maori & Pacific Music. 750 pp.|
|1979||The Dance of Tahiti. Papeete: Les Editions du Pacifique/Hachette, 1979. 120 pp. [English edition.] Second printing 1985.|
|1979||La Danse à Tahiti. Papeete: Les Editions du Pacifique/Hachette, 1979. 120 pp. [French edition.] Second printing 1985.|
Articles and reviews
- Galpin Society Journal
- Yearbook for Traditional Music
- Contemporary Pacific
- Pacific Arts
- Journal of Musicological Research
- Journal of Polynesian Studies
- UCLA Dance Ethnology Journal
- as well as reference works such as New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
- Garland Encyclopedia of World Music
- International Encyclopedia of Dance
- Encyclopedia of the Pacific Islands
Contributor to the following books
- Traditionalism and Modernity in the Music and Dance of Oceania
- Endangered Peoples of Oceania
- State of the Peoples
- Changing Lives of Hawaii's Women: Progress Since Statehood
For a full list of publications and recordings see following pages.
Professional Awards and Recognition
- University of Hawaii Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching
- First Prize for the Best University Work on the South Pacific and Australasia Thèse- Pac Association Competition, Université Française du Pacifique, Nouméa, New Caledonia
- East-West Center Fellow, Honolulu
- Research Fellow, University of Auckland
- Inter-Disciplinary Humanities Fellow, UCSB
- Primary researcher for the UNESCO Territorial Survey of Pacific Music in the Marquesas Islands
- University of Hawai'i Faculty Merit Award
- Hawaii Loa College Faculty Merit Award
- Distinguished Scholars Award, UCSB
Courses Taught at Universities
- Mus 107 Music in World Cultures (including Music Learning Communities)
- Mus 253 Basic Experiences of Music
- Mus 311J Tahitian Ensemble
- Mus 311O Tahitian Drumming
- Mus 418 Collegium Musicum
- Mus 478 Musical Cultures: Polynesia
- Mus 601: Ethnomusicology Forum
- Mus 657 World Musics in Undergraduate Education
- Mus 659 Seminar in College Music Teaching
- Mus 670C Regional Music: Seminar in the Music of Oceania
- Mus 678D Advanced Problems in Ethnomusicology: Field and Lab
|in press||"The Marks of a Sensual Person: Music and dance performance in the Marquesas Islands" for Music and the Art of Seduction (Amsterdam).|
|in press||"Untying the Knots in the 'Aha tau, the Sacred Cord of Time." In Oceanic Music Encounters: The Print Resource and the Human Resources. Research in Linguistics and Anthropology. Auckland: University of Auckland Department of Anthropology.|
|2006||Review of Faka Pasifika-The Pacific Way: Dances from the South Pacific for Children and Adults. 2004. Video recordings by Ad Linkels, André Oude Vrielink, Karolien Olden, and Theo Spiekermann. 2006 Yearbook for Traditional Music 38:169-172.|
|2005/2006||"Marquesas Islands." In Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Folklore and Folklife, William M. Clements, editor. Volume 1: Topics and Themes, Africa, Australia and Oceania, pp. 377-386. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.|
|2005||"Oltobed a Malt (Nurture, regenerate, celebrate): The Ninth Festival of Pacific Arts in Koror, Palau. Contemporary Pacific 17 (Fall):512-516.|
|2004||Cueing Up: Situating Power on the Tahitian Stage. Yearbook for Traditional Music 36:113-132.|
|2003||Words of Tomorrow: "Spectacle" and the Festival of Pacific Arts. Pacific Arts (25):23-30.|
|2002||KAPUTUHE: Exploring Word-Based Performance on Marquesan Musical Instruments. Galpin Society Journal 2002 (55):130-60.|
|2002||Review of Ad Linkel's book Sounds of Change in Tonga: Dance, music and cultural dynamics in a Polynesian Kingdom (3rd revised edition, 1998). Pacific Arts (July 2001):126-128.|
|2001||"From Quinn's to the Conservatory: Redefining the traditions of Tahitian dance." In Traditionalism and Modernity in the Music and Dance of Oceania, ed. by Helen Reeves Lawrence and Don Niles, pp. 233-50. Oceania Monographs 52. Sydney: University of Sydney/Oceania Publications.|
|2001||"Marquesan Music." In New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie, vol. 20, pp. 64-65. London: Macmillan|
|2001||Review of the CD Te Kuki 'Airani. The Cook Islands: songs, rhythms and dances. In Yearbook for Traditional Music 32:230.|
|2000||"Marquesas Islanders." In Endangered Peoples of Oceania: Struggles to Survive and Thrive, edited by Judith M. Fitzpatrick, Chap. 6, pp. 75-91. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.|
|2000||"Contemporary Music and Dance in Tahiti." In Encyclopedia of the Pacific Islands, edited by Brig V. Lal and Kate Fortune, pp. 497-98. Auckland: Pasifika Press and the University of Hawai'i Press.|
|1999||"The Art of Music." In Musique en Polynésie, pp. 74-75. Papeete: Musique en Polynésie.|
|1998||"Tahitian Dance." In The International Encyclopedia of Dance, vol. 6, pp. 77- 79. New York: Oxford University Press.|
|1998||Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. Adrienne Kaeppler and Jacob Love, eds. New York: Garland.
"Marquesas Islands, " pp. 889-96.
"Music and Education," pp. 269-71.
"Society Islands," pp. 867-869.
"Tahiti - Dance," pp. 873-879.
|1997||Gods and Mortals: Understanding Traditional Function and Usage in Marquesan Musical Instruments. Journal of the Polynesian Society 106/3 (1997): 250-283.|
|1997||"Tahitian Dance as a Story-Telling Art." In Interdisciplinary Efforts of Sport and Dance Philosophy, pp. 28-39. Seoul: Korean Philosophic Society for Sport and Dance.|
|1997||"Institutionalizing Tahitian Dance: The Move to the Classroom." In Better Quality of Sport and Physical Education for All. Proceedings of the '97 Seoul International Sport Science Congress, pp. 976-984. Seoul: Korean Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.|
|1996||What's Mine is Yours? Cultural Borrowing in a Pacific Context. Contemporary Pacific 1996(1): 128-153.|
|1994||Music in the Southern Marquesas Islands. Occasional Papers in Pacific Ethnomusicology, No. 3. Auckland: University of Auckland. 56 pp.
Field work for this project was funded by UNESCO, the Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music, the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center at UCSB, and a Pacific Music Research grant from Hawaii Loa College.
|1994||Chants of Power: Countering Hegemony in the Marquesas Islands. Yearbook for Traditional Music 1994 (26):1-19.|
|1994||Review of Lucien Kimitete's Te Hakamanumanu. Journal of the Polynesian Society 103 (1, March 1994):98-99.|
|1993||"Marquesans." In State of the Peoples, ed. by Marc Miller, p. 107. Boston: Beacon Press, 1993.|
|1993||The VIth Festival of Pacific Arts, Rarotonga, Cook Islands, October 17-27th. Pacific Arts 7 (Jan. 1993):69-71.|
|1992||Review of Richard Moyle's Traditional Samoan Music. Journal of Musicological Research 12 (1992):185-87.|
|1991||Towards the Pacific Century: The Challenge of Change. Pacific Arts 5 (Jan. 1991):6-7.|
|1990||The Cutting Edge of Tradition. Pacific Arts 1/2(1990):36-49.|
|1989||Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music: Music of the Southern Marquesas Islands. Catalog of the audio collection. 5 vols. MS in the University of Auckland, Archives of Maori & Pacific Music. 750 pp.
Preparation of the catalog funded by a grant from the East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii.
|1989||Gender and Its Relationship to the Essential Traits of Tahiti dance. UCLA Dance Ethnology Journal 13(1989):1-9.|
|1984||"In Music". In Changing Lives of Hawaii's Women: Progress Since Statehood, pp. 40-43. Honolulu: Foundation for Hawaii Women's History.|
|1979||The Dance of Tahiti. Papeete: Les Editions du Pacifique/Hachette, 1979. 120 pp. [English edition.] Second printing 1985.
Reviewed in Dance Research Journal 13, No.2(1981):41-43.
|1979||La Danse de Tahiti. Papeete: Les Editions du Pacifique/Hachette, 1979. 120 pp. [French edition.] Second printing 1985.|
|2001||"Selected Publications of Barbara B. Smith." In Traditionalism and Modernity in the Music and Dance of Oceania, ed. by Helen Reeves Lawrence and Don Niles, pp. 255-58. Oceania Monographs 52. Sydney: University of Sydney/Oceania Publications.|
|2001||"Students Awarded the Master of Arts in Music." In Traditionalism and Modernity in the Music and Dance of Oceania, ed. by Helen Reeves Lawrence and Don Niles, pp. 259-61. Oceania Monographs 52. Sydney: University of Sydney/Oceania Publications.|
|2001||A Tribute to Barbara B. Smith. SEM Newsletter.|
Audio and Video Recordings
|2002||Permanent Collection Audio Program of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, Oceanic Galleries. Project # 369 AF3. Recorded interview on Eastern Polynesian ritual music and Oceanic musical instruments.|
|1998||Oceania. CD accompanying the Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. Two field recordings (Tahitian drumming and a Marquesan "pig dance"), together with scholarly notes.|
|1998||Musician and Musical Instrument. CD produced by the Museum für Völkerkunde in Berlin. 1998.
Four field recordings of Tahitian and Marquesan drum music, together with scholarly notes.
|1989||Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music: Music of the Southern Marquesas Islands (1989).
Major field collection recorded under the auspices of the UNESCO Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music and housed at the Archive of Maori and Pacific music at the University of Auckland. (Including 50 hours of audio field recordings, 34 hours of video recordings, 20 hours of taped interviews, and an edited 80-minute demonstration audio tape with accompanying notes, this major collection contains 748 musical examples and is the most extensive documentation of Marquesan music ever undertaken. A five-volume catalog accompanies the collection.)
|1983||Audy. RRS 1000. Koto performer on the title song "Looking for the Good Life".
Re-released as compact disc (1994). Winner of the Hawaii Recording Artists Na Hoku Hanohano award for the Best Album of the Year (1983).
|1983||Christmas Music for an Elizabethan Dinner. University of Hawaii.
Three solo selections and two duets. Favorably reviewed by Wayne Harada in the Honolulu Advertiser (December 17, 1983).
|1980||Musicke for All Seasons. Executive Producer and Musical Director.
A video project funded by McInerny Foundation, G. N. Wilcox Trust, Charles M. and Anna C. Cooke, Ltd., and the Atherton Family Foundation and available statewide through the Hawaii Public Library system (1980).
|1979||Europa. Sinergia SR7207.
Disc of Medieval and Renaissance music on early instruments.
|1978||Nowell Sing We. Executive Producer and Musical Director.
A video program broadcast statewide on KHET-TV (Dec. 1978 and Dec. 1979) with FM simulcast on KAIM-FM (a first for classical music in the state of Hawaii) and funded by the G. N. Wilcox Trust. Favorably reviewed by Pierre Bowman for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin (December 22, 1978).
Research in progress
- "Each Bird has Its Own Song: Music in the Marquesan Church" in a volume entitled Sing unto the Lord a New Song: Music and Christianity in the Pacific.