Posts tagged ‘musicologists’
Ryan Raul Banagale–who apparently is feeling in the blogging mood this week–shares a few highlights and thoughts about the American Musicological Society (AMS) meeting this weekend.
Ryan’s plan of attack at AMS, just in case anyone cares!
Lincoln Ballard weighs in on hearing things twice.
Ryan shares a few musicology blogs that he’s been reading/just recently found, including a new one by Amusicology guest bloggers Matthew Mugmon and Frank Lehman.
Guest-poster Zoe Lang chimes in on the recent AMS-listserv paleography discussion and considers how we might revise our musicological toolbox for the betterment of interdisciplinary dialogue.
Ryan Raul Banagale, still very much in the midst of conference recovery mode, offers a few highlights from AMS Philadelphia 200.
Ryan discusses musicology blogs, keeping it real, and Billy Joel.
Do you ever have one of those musicological days that is really exciting to you, but don’t have anyone to share it with? Let’s be honest, sometimes (most times) what we have to say is only meaningful or helpful or amusing to other musicologists. Well, I recently had a day like that and it prompted this blog.