Lake, David John (2015) Photographing the Tintignac Carnyx. European Music Archaeology Project 2016-2018. [Image] (Unpublished)

The EMAP project started in June 2013 - with initial EU funding of approximately 4 million Euros. The intention of the project was to highlight Europe’s ancient cultural roots through a range of musical, scientific and “sensorial” research projects. In order to do this, EMAP recruited a team of archaeologists, musicologists, researchers, makers of musical instruments, composers, musicians, film-makers, photographers, sound designers and multimedia artists, and put them together with the scientific and organizational support of universities, museums, public bodies, music festivals, research centres, music archives and academies.

Photographing the Tintignac Carnyx European Music Archaeology Project 2016 - 2018
David John Lake_EMAP project phase 1.pdf

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