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.