Josep Martí received his doctorate in 1985 from the Philipps-Universität of Marburg, Germany. Since 1989 he has been working as a researcher at the Spanish Council for Scientific Research in Barcelona, where he is carrying out research projects in cultural anthropology. His research has centered on the fields of new social meanings of intangible cultural heritage, collective identities and culture, anthropology of beliefs and anthropology of the body, and expressive culture, especially music. As an anthropologist, he has carried out fieldwork in Germany, Italy, Japan, Equatorial Guinea and Spain. Sara Revilla Gútiez is ethnomusicologist and holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, having focused on the role of music practices in a post-socialist context. She also holds a Master’s degree in Ethnographic Research, Anthropological Theory and Intercultural Relations from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and a scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Spain.