Nicole Beaudry

Nicole Beaudry

Nicole Beaudry (August 26, 1945, Montréal, Canada) is a Canadian ethnomusicologist.

After classical studies at the Basile-Moreau College, Beaudry studied musicology at McGill University and anthropology at Laval University before turning to ethnomusicology. From 1974 to 1980 she was a member of the Groupe de recherches en sémiologie musicale directed by Jean-Jacques Nattiez at the University of Montréal.

Beaudry studied drum rhythms in Haitian voodoo, in collaboration with the drummer Georges Rodriguez (1979-80); Cree hunting songs from Chisasibi, in the Québec Arctic; music and traditional games of the Athapascans of the Northwest Territories.

Her field trips include a study of the Inuit in Cape Dorset, NWT (1974, 1975, 1978), in Ivujivik, Que (1978, 1980), in southwestern Alaska (1980-1), and in Inukjuak, Que (1984), and of the Dene tribes located at Fort Norman, Fort Franklin and Fort Good Hope, NWT (1988, 1989, 1990).


Nicole Beaudry Discography Tracks


Inuit Inuit - Inuit Games And Songs / Chants Et Jeux Des Inuit Canada (Album) Philips Netherlands 1978 Sell This Version
C 559071 Inuit Inuit - Canada - Jeux Vocaux Des Inuit (Inuit Du Caribou, Netsilik Et Igloolik)(CD, Comp) Ocora C 559071 France 1989 Sell This Version
D 8100 Various Melodic Katajjait Various - Musical Sources Musicales(CD, Comp) Auvidis, UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music of the World D 8100 France 1992 Sell This Version
CMX 3741010-11-12 Various Canada [Inuit] - Trois Jeux De Gorge, Katajjaq Various - Les Voix Du Monde (Une Anthologie Des Expressions Vocales) = Voices Of The World (An Anthology Of Vocal Expression)(3xCD, Comp) Le Chant Du Monde CMX 3741010-11-12 France 1996 Sell This Version

Acting, Literary & Spoken

VDE 30-429, AIMP V Various Various - Disque V: Europe 3 (Français - Wallons - Flamands - Irlandais - Gaels - Anglais)(LP, Comp, RM) VDE, Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire VDE 30-429, AIMP V Switzerland 1984 Sell This Version