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New Ashgate Music titles
www.ashgate.com/AMS2013
And We’re All Brothers: Singing in
Yiddish in Contemporary North America
Abigail Wood
SOAS Musicology Series
Includes 8 music examples
Jun 2013 / 218 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-4533-3
The Ashgate Research Companion to
Minimalist and Postminimalist Music
Edited by Keith Potter, Kyle Gann
and Pwyll ap Siôn
Includes 9 b&w illustrations, 53 music examples
and 22 commissioned essays
Nov 2013 / 458 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3549-5
Brahms Beyond Mastery
His Sarabande and Gavotte,
and its Recompositions
Robert Pascall
Royal Musical Association Monographs
Includes 3 illustrations and 9 music examples
May 2013 / 116 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-6557-7
Contemplating Shostakovich:
Life, Music and Film
Edited by Alexander Ivashkin
and Andrew Kirkman
Includes 4 b&w illustrations and 84 music examples
Dec 2012 / 314 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3937-0
Philosophical Reflections on Music,
Performance Practice, and Technology
Babette Babich
Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series
Includes 15 b&w illustrations
Jun 2013 / 324 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-4960-7
Messiaen Perspectives 1:
Sources and Influences
Edited by Christopher Dingle and Robert Fallon
Includes 35 b&w illustrations and 73 music examples
Nov 2013 / 382 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-2695-0
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Jeongwon Joe
Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera
Includes 34 b&w illustrations
Sep 2013 / 224 pages / Hbk / 978-0-7546-6718-6
Music Asylums: Wellbeing
Through Music in Everyday Life
Tia DeNora
Music and Change: Ecological Perspectives
Includes 4 b&w illustrations
Sep 2013 / 178 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3759-8
The Politics of Plainchant
in fin-de-siècle France
Katharine Ellis
Royal Musical Association Monographs
Includes 9 b&w illustrations
Apr 2013 / 164 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-6373-3
Readying Cavalli’s Operas
for the Stage
Manuscript, Edition, Production
Edited by Ellen Rosand
Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera
Includes 57 illustrations and 9 music examples
Aug 2013 / 440 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-1218-2
Thomas Salmon: Writings on Music
Two volume set
The Hallelujah Effect
Ashgate Publishing
Opera as Soundtrack
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Music Theory in Britain, 1500–1700: Critical Editions
Includes 28 b&w illustrations and 38 music examples
Aug 2013 / 492 pages / Set / 978-1-4094-6503-4
Ubiquitous Musics
The Everyday Sounds
That We Don’t Always Notice
Edited by Marta García Quiñones,
Anahid Kassabian and Elena Boschi
Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series
Includes 8 b&w illustrations and 2 music examples
May 2013 / 228 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-5133-4
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New Ashgate Music titles
www.ashgate.com/AMS2013
And We’re All Brothers: Singing in
Yiddish in Contemporary North America
Abigail Wood
SOAS Musicology Series
Includes 8 music examples
Jun 2013 / 218 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-4533-3
The Ashgate Research Companion to
Minimalist and Postminimalist Music
Edited by Keith Potter, Kyle Gann
and Pwyll ap Siôn
Includes 9 b&w illustrations, 53 music examples
and 22 commissioned essays
Nov 2013 / 458 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3549-5
Brahms Beyond Mastery
His Sarabande and Gavotte,
and its Recompositions
Robert Pascall
Royal Musical Association Monographs
Includes 3 illustrations and 9 music examples
May 2013 / 116 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-6557-7
Contemplating Shostakovich:
Life, Music and Film
Edited by Alexander Ivashkin
and Andrew Kirkman
Includes 4 b&w illustrations and 84 music examples
Dec 2012 / 314 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3937-0
Philosophical Reflections on Music,
Performance Practice, and Technology
Babette Babich
Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series
Includes 15 b&w illustrations
Jun 2013 / 324 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-4960-7
Messiaen Perspectives 1:
Sources and Influences
Edited by Christopher Dingle and Robert Fallon
Includes 35 b&w illustrations and 73 music examples
Nov 2013 / 382 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-2695-0
•
Jeongwon Joe
Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera
Includes 34 b&w illustrations
Sep 2013 / 224 pages / Hbk / 978-0-7546-6718-6
Music Asylums: Wellbeing
Through Music in Everyday Life
Tia DeNora
Music and Change: Ecological Perspectives
Includes 4 b&w illustrations
Sep 2013 / 178 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-3759-8
The Politics of Plainchant
in fin-de-siècle France
Katharine Ellis
Royal Musical Association Monographs
Includes 9 b&w illustrations
Apr 2013 / 164 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-6373-3
Readying Cavalli’s Operas
for the Stage
Manuscript, Edition, Production
Edited by Ellen Rosand
Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera
Includes 57 illustrations and 9 music examples
Aug 2013 / 440 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-1218-2
Thomas Salmon: Writings on Music
Two volume set
The Hallelujah Effect
Ashgate Publishing
Opera as Soundtrack
Visit us in
the exhibit hall…
browse new titles,
purchase display
copies at 50% off,
or set up a
standing order.
Benjamin Wardhaugh
Music Theory in Britain, 1500–1700: Critical Editions
Includes 28 b&w illustrations and 38 music examples
Aug 2013 / 492 pages / Set / 978-1-4094-6503-4
Ubiquitous Musics
The Everyday Sounds
That We Don’t Always Notice
Edited by Marta García Quiñones,
Anahid Kassabian and Elena Boschi
Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series
Includes 8 b&w illustrations and 2 music examples
May 2013 / 228 pages / Hbk / 978-1-4094-5133-4
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Carl PhiliPP EmanuEl BaCh
2013 marks the 100 anniversary of the birthdays of several 20 century masters:
he omplete orks
th
th
Henry Brant (1913-2007)
Ice Field : Spatial Narratives For Large and Small Orchestral Groups (2001)
The Big Haul : For Violoncello Solo (1973-74)
2 Rush Hours In Manhattan : For Violin and Piano (1931, Rev. 1984)
Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Two Pieces : For Violin, Viola and Piano (1929)
Two Psalms : For SATB Chorus and Orchestra
Six Early Songs : For Medium Voice and Piano (1929-31)
Charm Of Lullabies, Op. 41 : For Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra
Norman Dello Joio (1913-2008)
The Norman Dello Joio Vocal Collection
Piano Music : Selected Works
Trio : For Flute, Cello and Piano
Morton Gould (1913-1996)
Stringmusic : For String Orchestra
The Jogger and The Dinosaur : For Rapper (Narrator) and Orchestra In Seven Scenes
Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994)
Chantefleurs Et Chantefables : For Soprano and Orchestra
Concerto : For Piano and Orchestra
Concerto For Orchestra
nEW anD FOrThCOminG
Variations
Edited by ulrich leisinger
978-1-938325-01-4
(2013; 96 pp. of music) $25
Miscellaneous Songs
Edited by Christoph Wolff
978-1-933280-78-3
(2014; 150 pp. of music) $30
Quartets and Miscellaneous
Chamber Music
Edited by laura Buch
978-1-938325-02-1
(2014; 190 pp. of music) $30
The Polyhymnia Portfolio
annotated facsimile of D-B,
Sa 1689–1690 and P 349
Edited by Christoph Wolff
978-1-938325-23-6 (2014; 200 pp.) $40
Keyboard Sonatinas from Prints
Edited by Stephen C. Fisher
978-1-933280-73-8
(xxvi, 230 pp.) $30
Magnificat
Facsimile of the autograph score
introduction by Christine Blanken
978-1-938325-31-1 (xv, 112 pp.) $20
These featured titles are only a sample of the scores available by these composers. Please visit
www.tfront.com for lists of available works. Theodore Front Music offers a 10% discount off all
works listed for these composers when ordered by December 31st, 2013.
16122 Cohasset Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Phone: (818) 994-1902 Fax: (818) 994-0419
[email protected] www.tfront.com
Web orders: www.cpebach.org ; E-mail: [email protected]
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Second Essential Listening Edition
Kristine Forney and Andrew Dell’Antonio
Music appreciation your way
With concise, modular chapters and an alternative, thematic
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The Story of Opera
James Parakilas
Four centuries of opera through the stories it tells
The Story of Opera explores the centuries-old tradition of
opera through the stories it tells—from ancient myths
to ordinary people caught up in great events. From the
seventeenth century to the present, librettists, composers, singers, and
musicians have transported audiences to unique worlds, and The Story of Opera
invites you to enter these same worlds by delving into canonic works and
lesser-known gems.
A History of Opera
Carolyn Abbate and Roger Parker
“There’s reason to applaud a new volume like . . . A History of
Opera, in which vast scholarly authority is put to the service
of a narrative both lucid and sweeping.” —Jeremy Eichler,
The Boston Globe
A bold, engaging exploration of opera’s fundamental nature
and enduring appeal, from the sixteenth century to the present.
The Birth of an Opera
Fifteen Masterpieces from Poppea to Wozzeck
Michael Rose
“Rose is manifestly bold, girded by great erudition and a
captivating style.” —Tom Rosenthal, The Spectator
An illuminating entrée into how operas are written and
the personalities, incidents, and musical circumstances
that have shaped their creation.
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NEW
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Mozart at the Gateway to His Fortune
Serving the Emperor, 1788–1791
Christoph Wolff
A fresh look at the life and works of Mozart’s imperial
years by one of the world’s leading Mozart scholars.
On My Way
The Untold Story of Rouben Mamoulian, George Gershwin,
and Porgy and Bess
Joseph Horowitz
A revelatory history of the operatic masterpiece that both made
and destroyed Rouben Mamoulian, its director and unsung hero.
Louis Armstrong
Master of Modernism
Thomas Brothers
The definitive account of Louis Armstrong—his life and legacy—
during the most creative period of his career.
The Violin
A Social History of the World’s Most Versatile Instrument
David Schoenbaum
The life, times, and travels of a remarkable instrument and the
people who have made, sold, played, and cherished it.
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The Music Department at Brandeis University
offers graduate study leading to
Masters degrees in
Musicology
Composition and Theory
Faculty
Yu-Hui Chang, Chair
Eric Chafe
Eric Chasalow
Seth Coluzzi
Ph.D. degrees in
Musicology
Composition and Theory
James Olesen
David Rakowski
Daniel Stepner
Judith Eissenberg Allan Keiler
Sarah Mead
Joshua Gordon
Bob Nieske
Neal Hampton
The program in musicology offers an integrated approach to music history, history of theory,
and music theory and analysis. The program in composition and theory offers composers the
time and means to develop a secure command of the craft of composition and musical analysis.
For further information, visit our website:www.brandeis.edu/music
or contact: Eric Chafe, Musicology Program Chair: [email protected]
David Rakowski, Composition Program Chair: [email protected]
GRADUATE STUDIES AT UC RIVERSIDE
Join us at one of the most ethnically diverse research universities in
the nation. We offer PhD programs in music with emphases on Iberia,
Latin America, Southeast Asia, England, and Digital Composition.
ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
René Lysloff Southeast Asia, Java, gamelan,
ritual, popular culture, technoculture
Jonathan Ritter Andes, memory, violence,
performance, Afro-Hispanic and indigenous cultures
Deborah Wong Southeast Asia, Thailand,
Asian America, critical race studies, performance
DIGITAL COMPOSITION
Paulo Chagas composition, music technology, semiotics,
new media, interactivity, Brazilian music
Ian Dicke composition, theory, interactivity, new media
Tim Labor composition, sound design, musical theater,
game music, software design
http://music.ucr.edu
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MUSICOLOGY
Byron Adams English music, Elgar,
Vaughan Williams, nationalism, gender
Rogério Budasz Brazil, Portugal, lute/guitar,
early opera, early Afro-Iberian music
Walter Clark Latin America, Spain,
nationalism, zarzuela, flamenco, guitar
Leonora Saavedra Mexico, post-coloniality,
self-representation, nationalism, exoticism
Priority application: December 15, 2013
Deadline: January 15, 2014
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think medieval to metal
David Ake Jazz and Popular Music
Peter Bennett French Baroque Music, Historical
Performance Practice
Francesca Brittan 19th-century Music and Aesthetics
Georgia Cowart French Baroque Music, Music & Politics
Ross W. Duffin Historical Performance Practice, Pre-tonal Theory
Daniel Goldmark American Popular Music, Film Music
Stephen Hefling Late Classicism, 19th-century Music, Mahler
Susan McClary Cultural Criticism, Theory and Analysis,
Early Modern Music
David Rothenberg Medieval/Renaissance Music
Robert Walser Jazz History, Popular Music, Electronic Music
For more information about our Musicology program, call 216.368.2400
or visit music.case.edu.
Recently published books supported by
AMS subventions
Alexander J. Fisher, Music, Piety, and Propaganda: The Soundscapes of
Counter-Reformation Bavaria (Oxford)
Phil Ford, Dig: Sound and Music in Hip Culture (Oxford)
Sumanth Gopinath, The Ringtone Dialectic (MIT)
Alexandra Vazquez, Listening in Detail: Performances of Cuban Music
(Duke)
Carol Vernallis, Unruly Media: YouTube, Music Video, and the New
Digital Cinema (Oxford)
See the complete list: www.ams-net.org/pubs/Books.php
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musicology and music theory at CCM
Distinguished Faculty
David Carson Berry: Schenkerian topics, American
popular music, post-tonal analysis, Stravinsky, history
of theory (1750-1950)
Mary Sue Morrow: 18th-century
topics (including the symphony), sociology of music,
nationalism, music criticism & aesthetics
Steven J. Cahn: Schoenberg, aesthetics, theories of
history, imaging of musical phenomena, behavioralneural correlations of musicality
Samuel Ng: Brahms, metrical dissonance, phrase
rhythm, music perception, analysis & performance
Stefan Fiol: Himalayan studies, musical regionalism,
ritual and media studies, ethnomusicological theory
Matthew Peattie: Medieval music, Beneventan chant,
modality, sources & transcription, musical change
Jeongwon Joe: 20th-century music, opera-cinema
studies, film music, cultural studies
Miguel Roig-Francoli: history of theory (Renaissance),
analysis of early music, 20th-century topics, music
theory pedagogy
Jonathan Kregor: 19th-century aesthetics, Liszt, music
& memory, virtuosity & gender, art songs, musical
reproductions
Stephanie P. Schlagel: Renaissance studies, Josquin
des Prez, the motet, reception history, editing early
music
Catherine Losada: post-tonal music, transformational
theory, musical collage, music after 1950
Christopher Segall: Russian music and theory, 20thcentury music, neo-Riemannian theory, popular music
bruce d. mcclung: American music, musical theater,
mass entertainment, manuscript studies, critical
editing
Teaching Assistantships and Doctoral
Fellowships available
For details about graduate programs:
ccm.uc.edu/comp_theory_hist
For admissions & financial aid info:
ccm.uc.edu/admissions
College-Conservatory of Music
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MuSiCoLoGy at EAStMAn
The Eastman School of Music offers graduate students in musicology the advantages of
a large and distinguished faculty, an incomparable research library, and a thoroughly
musical environment. Whether pursuing an emphasis in historical and critical musicology or
ethnomusicology, PhD students enjoy exposure to all areas of the discipline. Graduate students
receive generous stipends, with support normally assured for five years. (A terminal MA degree
in ethnomusicology is also available.) Alumni of the program hold positions at top-ranked
institutions and have become leaders in the field.
Roger Freitas, chair
Kim Kowalke
Daniel Zager
Michael Alan Anderson
Jennifer Kyker
SEnioR FACuLty ASSoCiAtES
Jürgen thym
17th-century music (especially
the cantata), performance
practices, the castrato
Medieval and Renaissance
music, saints, devotion, politics
Corbett Bazler
Italian baroque opera, Handel,
late 19th-20th c. opera
Melina Esse
19th-century opera and
melodrama, film music, gender
and performance studies
Lisa Jakelski
20th-century musical theater
and opera, Sondheim,
Hindemith, and Weill
Ethnomusicology, music of
Sub-Saharan Africa, Zimbabwe,
popular music
Ralph P. Locke
Exoticism and nationalism,
music culture in 19th-century
France and Italy, opera
Patrick Macey
Renaissance music and culture
in Italy and France, Josquin
20th-21st century music,
musical expression and
social/political practices, with
emphasis on music post-1945
Honey Meconi
Ellen Koskoff
Holly Watkins
Ethnomusicology, American
musics, gender and music,
Balinese music and culture
Medieval and Renaissance
music, manuscript culture,
Hildegard, musical borrowing
Renaissance and Baroque
music, Lassus, church music
history
19th-century music, German
Lieder, 19th-century symphony,
music and text relations
Gretchen Wheelock
18th-century music, Haydn and
Mozart, historical performance
practices, reception history
AFFiLiAtE FACuLty
William Marvin
Paul o’Dette
EMERitA
Kerala Snyder
19th- and 20th-century music,
historical and contemporary
aesthetics, ecocriticism,
popular music
esm.rochester.edu/musicology
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AT IL LI NOIS
www.music.illinois.edu
FACULTY
Christina Bashford social and cultural history, 19th-century Britain, chamber
music, reception history, research methodology
Donna A. Buchanan, Chair Balkans, Caucasus, Mediterranean, and Russia; power,
cosmology, acoustemology
William Kinderman 18th to early 20th-century music, Mozart, Beethoven,
Schubert, Wagner, Mahler, Kurtág, aesthetics, creative process
Christopher Macklin early music, music and memory, medieval and renaissance
music, chant, music and medicine
Gayle Sherwood Magee contemporary music, film music, Charles Ives, hymnody,
music in the U.S.
Jeffrey Magee music in the U.S., jazz, musical theater, African American
traditions, black-Jewish intersections
Michael Silvers Latin America, Brazil and Angola, ecomusicology, musical
sustainability and cultural policy, acoustemology, music and
rurality, music and migration, music and gender/sexuality
Gabriel Solis Jazz, Rock, Capoeira, indigenous music and dance of Australia and Papua New Guinea
Katherine Syer 19th- & early 20th century music, Wagner, opera production
history, contemporary theater
RESOURCES
Music and Performing Arts Library, John Wagstaff, director
Robert E. Brown Center for World Music
Hymn Tune Index Project, Nicholas Temperley, director
Sousa Archives and Center for American Music
Scott Schwartz, archivist
Renaissance Archives, Herbert Kellman, director
Accredited institutional member of the
National Association of Schools of Music since 1933.
For more information please contact the Music Admissions Office
[email protected] | (217) 244-7899
camil.music.illinois.edu/musicology
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Mu s i c o l o g y
at Indiana
We offer individual
attention with all
the advantages of a
large music school
and university. Our
resources include the
Center for the History
of Music Theory
and Literature, Early
Music Institute, Latin
American Music Center,
Ethnomusicology
Program, and the
outstanding Cook
Music Library (more
than 343,000 volumes).
The library is also an
international leader in
the development of
digital music libraries.
DEGREES
Ph.D., M.A., M.A./M.L.S.
Direct admission from
the B.A. or B.M. to the
Ph.D. program with
three years of
course work.
music.indiana.edu/
musicology
MUSICOLOGY FACULTY
J. Peter Burkholder:
20th-century music, Charles
Ives, musical borrowing
theory and aesthetics, Italian
lyric poetry and madrigal
1550–1650, Vivaldi
Judah Cohen: Jewish music,
music and medicine,
musical theater
Ayana Smith: Baroque music,
opera and literary criticism
(1650–1750), signifying and
the blues, women and gender
in music
Phil Ford: American popular
music, cultural studies, sound
and media, radical and countercultural intellectual history
Halina Goldberg: 19thand 20th-century Poland
and Eastern Europe, Chopin,
cultural studies, music and
politics, performance practice,
reception, Jewish studies
Michael Long: 14th- and
15th-century music, history
of theory, popular music,
mainstream and experimental
film music
Daniel R. Melamed, Chair:
Baroque music, J. S. Bach,
the Bach family, performance
practice, 18th-century opera
Kristina Muxfeldt: Late 18thand early 19th-century music
and culture, Lieder, stage
works, social history
Massimo Ossi: Renaissance
and Baroque music, early
17th-century Italian music
Giovanni Zanovello:
15th-century Italian musical
institutions, Florence, music
and humanism, Heinrich Isaac
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER
FOR THE HISTORY OF MUSIC
THEORY AND LITERATURE
Giuliano Di Bacco: 14thcentury polyphony, music
theory, manuscripts,
biographies, digital
humanities
ADJUNCT FACULTY
Lynn Hooker: Hungarian
and Roma music and culture,
Bartók, Liszt, folk music
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW
Tomas McAuley:
18th-century music,
music and philosophy
For a complete list of
Jacobs School faculty,
please visit us at
music.indiana.edu.
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Institute of Musical Research,
School of Advanced Study, University of London
VISITING FELLOWSHIPS IN LONDON
The Institute of Musical Research is delighted to welcome visiting
scholars to the heart of London.
We offer a Senate House Library card, shared office facilities and
access to research events.
• Visiting Fellowships
(one to twelve months; bench fee payable)
• Overseas Doctoral Fellowships
(up to a year; bench fee payable)
For further information follow our ‘Fellowships’ link from
www.music.sas.ac.uk
or email the Director at [email protected]
Penn State School of Music
Graduate Programs
M.A. – Musicology
M.A. – Music Theory
M.A. – Music Theory and History
Research Faculty
Musicology
Mark Ferraguto, Ph.D. (Cornell)
18th- and early 19th-century
music, cultural studies, historical
performance practices
Marica Tacconi, Ph.D. (Yale)
Early music: Renaissance Italy,
Monteverdi, manuscript studies,
interdisciplinary studies
Charles Youmans, Ph.D. ( Duke)
Mark Ferraguto New Faculty Fall 2013
Austro-German music
post-1850 (R. Strauss, Mahler),
aesthetics, �ilm music
Music Theory
Vincent Benitez, Ph.D. (Indiana)
Maureen Carr, Ph.D. (Wisconsin)
Taylor Greer, Ph.D. (Yale)
Eric McKee, Ph.D. (Michigan)
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provides a vibrant environment for world-class professional
training in performance and research. Study-abroad programs
in collaboration with institutions and scholars in Europe, Asia,
Africa, and Latin America furnish students with a diverse array
of learning experiences.
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Medieval, Baroque, Classical Music Studies
Studies in 19th and 20th century Music,
Music of Latin America
Historical Performance Practice
Building on a long tradition of excellence, our graduate programs in musicology prepare students for
careers in scholarship and teaching at colleges and
universities. Our internationally renowned faculty
cultivates a wide range of intellectual approaches
and research practices, both traditional and innovative.
Faculty
Dr. Benjamin Brand
Dr. Bernardo Illari, Coordinator of Musicology
Dr. Peter Mondelli
Dr. Margaret Notley
Dr. Robert Pearson
Dr. Hendrik Schulze
Teaching Assistantships and Fellowships, Master’s
and Dissertation Fellowships available.
Dr. Frank Heidlberger, Professor, Division Chair
[email protected], (940) 369 7542.
DIVISION OF MUSIC HISTORY, THEORY AND ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
Graduate Studies in Music at UNT
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Bienen School of Music
Graduate Study in Musicology
Situated within one of the nation’s premier research universities and top music
schools, the musicology program in the Northwestern University Bienen School
of Music offers a doctoral course of study that emphasizes the intersections and
scholarly discourses among cultural-critical, historiographic, and ethnographic
approaches to music, with particular strength in the early modern (ca. 1550–1800)
Atlantic world and contemporary music cultures. The program’s intensive one-year
master’s degree combines historical musicology and ethnomusicology.
Faculty
Linda Austern
16th- and 17th-century England, European iconography, gender
studies, music and the history of science, music-literary relations
Thomas Bauman
18th-century opera, film music, cultural studies
Drew Edward Davies
17th- and 18th-century Mexico and Iberia, 20th-century Britain
Inna Naroditskaya
ethnomusicology, Middle East, Russia, gender studies
Scott Paulin
Sound and music in film, 20th-century American music,
popular genres, the history of recorded sound
Jesse Rosenberg
19th- and 20th-century opera
847/491-3141
www.music.northwestern.edu
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University of Pennsylvania
Graduate Studies in Music
The
The University
University of
of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania offers
offers Ph.D.
Ph.D. programs
programs in
in
Anthropology
of Music
Ethnomusicology
History of
of Music
Music
History
Theory of
of Music
Music
Theory
Musical Composition
Composition
Musical
Graduate
Graduate Study
Study in Music at Penn is characterized by a small student body,
individual attention, a large and distinguished faculty, generous four- and fivefiveyear fellowship packages, and an excellent placement record.
Faculty:
Carolyn
Abbate,Associate
Christopher
H. Browne
Distinguished Professor of Music (History)
Emily
I. Dolan,
Professor
(History)
EmmaKallberg,
Dillon, Associate
Jeffrey
ProfessorProfessor
(History)(History)
EmilyMoreno,
I. Dolan,
AssistantProfessor
Professor(Theory)
(History)
Jairo
Associate
JeffreyA.Kallberg,
Carol
Muller, Professor (History)
(Ethnomusicology)
Carol Primosch,
A. Muller, Professor (Composition)
(Anthropology)
James
James Primosch,
Robert
Weiss Professor
of Music
(Composition)
Guthrie
P. Ramsey,
Jr., Edmund
J. and Louise
W. Kahn
Guthrie
P. Ramsey,
Professor
(History)
Term Professor
of Jr.,
Music
(History)
Timothy Rommen,
Rommen, Associate
Associate Professor
Professor (Ethnomusicology)
(Anthropology)
Timothy
Jay Reise,
Reise, Professor
Professor of
(Composition)
Jay
Music and Chair of the Department (Composition)
Gary A.
Tomlinson,
Professor in the Humanities (History, Anthropology)
James
Sykes,
AssistantAnnenberg
Professor (Ethnomusicology)
Naomi
Waltham-Smith,
(Theory)
Anna Weesner,
AssociateAssistant
ProfessorProfessor
(Composition)
Anna Weesner, Robert Weiss Professor of Music (Composition)
Detailed information is available on our web site:
Detailed information is available on our web site:
<http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/grad>
www.sas.upenn.edu/music/graduate/
or contact:
or
contact:
Director
of Graduate Studies
Director of Graduate Studies
MusicDepartment
Department
Music
University
Pennsylvania
University ofofPennsylvania
201 S.S.34th
34thSt.St.
201
Philadelphia,
Philadelphia,PAPA19104-6313
19104-6313
tel:
tel: (215)
(215)898-7544
898-7544
e-mail:
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Sa i n t Vi n c e n t C o l l e g e
School of Humanities and Fine Arts
Latrobe, Pennsylvania
Gregorian Chant Workshops in
Contemporary Performance Practice
Fr. Stephen Concordia, O.S.B.
I. Introduction to Contemporary Performance Practice
June 9–13, 2014
II. Introduction to Gregorian Semiology and the
New Science of Gregorian Modality June 16–20, 2014
“Fr. Stephen’s passion for the subject is contagious, and through an
engaging teaching style, he was quickly able to help my 21st century students
appreciate the craft, beauty and relevance of these ancient chants.”
Dr. Christopher Kiver, Director of Choral Activities, Penn State University
“The Workshop (2011) provided me with a new perspective into text and melodic
interpretation based on newer research utilizing original chant notation.”
Dr. Michael Bray, Director of Choral Activities, Thiel College
“Fr. Stephen is a wonderful, knowledgeable teacher, and the course content
of his Chant Workshop (2012) had just the right combination of the
academic and the aesthetic. I highly recommend it.”
Dr. Regina Gordon, Director of Vocal Ensembles, Immaculata University
“Fr. Concordia’s mastery of and love for the subject was evident from the first
session (2013), as was his first-rate teaching style, which enabled both amateur
and professional to remain engaged and challenged throughout the week. The dual
emphasis on scholarship and practical application is, in my opinion, the perfect
way to teach Gregorian Chant.”
Nicholas J. Will, Visiting Assistant Professor of Sacred Music,
Franciscan University of Steubenville
For brochures and scholarship information visit:
www.stvincent.edu/sacredmusic
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Division of Academic and Professional Studies
REDEFINING
RELEVANT
Our students define success •
Our priority is to get them there
Musicology and Early Music Performance
Study music in an environment in which
history and performance can and do interact.
A full range of musical activities, including its
renowned Early Music program.
Early music and 20th-century music are particular strengths of the
program, which benefits from close links to USC’s Early Modern Studies
Institute, the School of Cinematic Arts and Annenberg School for
Communications
Our Distinguished
Faculty
Bruce Brown
Joanna Demers
Adam Gilbert
Rotem Gilbert
Leah Morrison
Tim Page
Bryan Simms
Mina Yang
and other adjunct
Early Music family
Degree Programs
M.A.
Early Music
Performance
D.M.A.
Early Music
Performance
Ph. D.
Musicology
Applicants to the Ph.D. program in musicology compete for Provost’s and
Diversity Fellowships with full tuition waivers and a stipend currently set
at $30,000 per year. Applicants to the M.A. and D.M.A. programs in Early
Music Performance are eligible for scholarships of up to $20,000 per year.
Explore why we are unique among the finest
music schools in the world.
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MUSIC STUDIES
W
e offer the Bachelor of Arts and graduate degrees
in the History and Theory of Music, Composition
and Performance. The degree programs emphasize
interdisciplinary perspectives and research on a range
of issues and topics, with special attention to 20th
century and 21st century music. Each doctoral student
receives a unique “contract” program of study.
FACULTY IN HISTORY AND THEORY
Margarethe Adams, Catherine Bradley,
Sarah Fuller (emerita), Keith Johnston,
David Lawton, Judy Lochhead,
Ryan Minor, Stephen Decatur Smith
and Peter Winkler
Undergraduate scholarships and graduate teaching
assistantships are available.
For complete information about the Department of Music visit:
www.stonybrook.edu/music
Stony Brook University/SUNY is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer. 13070151
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DepartmentofMusic
Ph.D.Programsin
MusicologyandTheory
·Weareasupportivecommunityoffacultyandgraduatestudentslocatedonabeautiful
campusinamusically-richcity.Withalowstudent-to-facultyratio,individualattentionis
ahallmarkofourdepartment.
·AllstudentsacceptedforthePhDprogramreceivegeneroussix-yearfundingpackages,
withadditionalsupportforlanguagestudy,research,andconferencetravel.
·Ourgraduatescurrentlyholdpositionsinresearchuniversities,conservatories,liberal
artscolleges,andengineeringschools,aswellasartsinstitutionsoutsideacademia.
·Weshareanintegratedviewofmusicalscholarship:graduatecourseworkexposesall
studentstoadvancedstudyinmusicology,ethnomusicology,andtheory.
·WashingtonUniversityalsooffersmanyopportunitiesforinterdisciplinarystudy,with
certiiicateprogramsinAmericanCultureStudies,WomenandGenderStudies,andFilm
andMediaStudies.
music.wustl.edu
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Master of Music in American and Public Musicology
Westminster Choir College of Rider University is pleased to
announce a new Master of Music in American and Public
Musicology. The first graduate program in North America to
require coursework in public musicology, students will work with
education directors at performing arts centers and museums,
digital music archivists, music journalists, oral historians, and
musicologists involved in K-12 education.
101 Walnut Lane - Princeton, NJ
Learn more at www.rider.edu/whywestminster.
The Shepherd School of Music
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Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music offers the bachelor’s and master’s degree
in musicology. Small by design, the graduate program fosters individualized study with
leading faculty-scholars and prepares students for the top doctoral programs in the field.
Dean of the Shepherd School of Music
Robert Yekovich
Musicology Faculty and Research Areas
Walter Bailey—European and American music of the early twentieth century; the music
of Arnold Schoenberg
Gregory Barnett, chair—history of theory; 17th- and early 18th-century Italian instrumental
music; historical performance practice
Marcia Citron—opera and film; gender; Brahms
David Ferris—late 18th- and early 19th-century music; romanticism; biography
Peter Loewen—medieval Latin and vernacular song; religious drama; music in preaching
and intellectual history
The Shepherd School of Music • Rice University, Houston, TX • music.rice.edu
Geoffrey Scott, Director of Music Admissions • 713-348-3032 • [email protected]
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yale institute of sacred music announces
ISM Fellows in Sacred
Music, Worship,
and the Arts
An opportunity for scholars / religious
leaders / artists to join
a vibrant interdisciplinary
community for one year.
Teaching opportunities available.
Yale
The Yale Institute of Sacred Music is
an interdisciplinary graduate center
at Yale University. More information
at www.yale.edu/ism/fellows or
[email protected]
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