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Barbara Alge received her doctoral degree in ethnomusicology at the University of Vienna and is currently a junior professor at the University of Music and Theatre in Rostock. In 2013 she held a CAPES visiting professorship at the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Her research focuses on dramatic dances, liturgical art music and ritual in Catholic festivities of the Portuguese-speaking world. Further research interests include music(ology) in the cyberspace, and the dialogue between ethnomusicology and music education. B. Alge is author of the book Die Performance des Mouro in Nordportugal (VWB Verlag Berlin, 2010), and co-editor of Beyond Borders: Welt-Musik-Pädagogik. Musikpädagogik und Ethnomusikologie im Diskurs (Wißner Augsburg, 2013).

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