- Associate Professor
- Olin Arts Center, Room 256
Gina Fatone received her PhD in ethnomusicology from the University of California, Los Angeles. She teaches courses in ethnomusicology, world music, music theory, and is the director of the Bates College gamelan. Her research interests include oral mnemonics in the learning of instrumental music, musics of Indonesia, and the psychology of musical experience. Her articles on the incorporation of Balinese gamelan into West Coast rave culture appear in ECHO on-line journal (2000) and Rave Culture and Religion, Graham St. John, ed., (Routledge 2003). See also: an article describing her dissertation research.
Fatone, Gina and Martin Clayton, Laura Leante, and Matthew Rahaim. “Imagery, Melody, and Gesture in Cross-Cultural Perspective.” In /New Perspectives on Music and Gesture,/ edited by Anthony Gritten and Elaine King (Ashgate, forthcoming in 2009).
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