Posts tagged ‘musicology’
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 Raul Banagale sums up the hiring season that was 2010-2011. Better late than never, right?
Ryan’s plan of attack at AMS, just in case anyone cares!
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 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 departure of one of the more prominent musicology bloggers prompts Ryan to reflect on the nature of what we do as academic bloggers and why there aren’t more of us.
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.”
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.