Rebecca Cweibel shares her experience of attending her first AMS conference, twitter, and networking.
Ralph Locke offers a few post-AMS thoughts on the paper selection process.
Lincoln Ballard weighs in on hearing things twice.
Guest Post by Matthew Mugmon: Learning to decipher archival documents, one letter (or number) at a time
Matthew Mugmon deciphers a cryptic message from the archives at the Bibliothèque national and possibly alters our reception of Mahler’s music and its legacy in the process.
Professor Ralph Locke graciously agreed to expand a recently submitted comment on our “Musicology in the Blogosphere” post into a full-length entry about his own musicological blogging experiences.
The full text of Ryan & Drew’s recent piece in the August 2010 AMS newsletter (VOLUME XL, NUMBER 2), which appeared shortened therein due to space considerations.
Reporting from his hometown of Seattle, guest blogger, Lincoln Ballard, reviews the 2010 Pop Conference at Experience Music Project. This year’s theme was “The Pop Machine: Music + Technology.”
In a guest blog post, Matthew Mugmon offers a musicological reflection on the Canadian Brass after seeing the Washington National Opera production of Porgy and Bess
This conference at UCLA looks great! But would you really expect otherwise?!?
Guest Blogger Lincoln Ballard shares his thoughts on the Vatican’s recently announced choices for the ten best albums in pop music history.