Gilbert Rouget, honorary director of research at the CNRS, former director of the Ethnomusicology Laboratory at the Musée de l’Homme and successor to André Schaeffner, talks to the camera about his scientific career, his masters and professors, his collaborators and friends, including Jean Rouch, with whom he experienced the great times of French Africanist research.
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