• 5th Epistemuse meeting

    Friday 02 April 2021

    The Epistemuse is an IRN (International Research Network) project that aims to found the first international network of researchers working on the history, historiography and epistemology of musicology, such as it is (and was) practiced in the French-speaking space. The partners of the project cover few countries where musicology is practiced in French language within institutional structures in Belgium, France, Lebanon, Quebec and Tunisia.... [+]

    5th Epistemuse meeting
    • 20 Mar
    • Gmari
    • Gmari Saturday 20 March 2021

Monday 16 November 2020

Thursday 01 January 1970

Thursday 01 January 1970

Monday 16 November 2020

Our Collections

  • Musical instruments

    Housed within the palace in what used to be a domestic service wing, the permanent exhibition of musical instruments occupies two rooms and represents the most complete collection to date of musical instruments in use in Tunisia... [+]

  • Art objects

    The objects to be found in the Ennejma Ezzahra palace Despite their number (2600 inventoried artefacts and works of art), their piecemeal origins and the diversity of their styles, they succeed in creating a harmonious balance with the space they inhabit.... [+]

Our Publications

  • Cd's

    The creation of the “Ennejma Ezzahra” label dates back to 1995, when the first title “Tarab: a tribute of Ennejma Ezzahra to Ali Sriti”, a live non commercial recording was released. It was the Centre for Arab and Mediterranean Music’s first musical production.... [+]

  • Books

    The promotion and dissemination of studies and research on music and the researching of musical heritage, and carrying out and disseminating of research or studies related thereto are among the basic tasks of the Centre... [+]

 

News

NEW PUBLICATION
JAN 11

NEW PUBLICATION

The Center for Arab and Mediterranean Music "Ennejma Ezzahra" is pleased to announce the publication of a new collective book of 152 pages, entitled "The musical iconography in the Mediterranean countries at the time of the intensive digitization of images"....

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National Sound Archive

National Sound Archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Tunicomus

Tunicomus

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Virtual Visit

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