Posts tagged ‘Harvard’
Ryan Raul Banagale thanks a few people/places/things that he didn’t in the acknowledgements section of his completed dissertation.
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music Theory at Harvard, puts on his party hat and observes the 200th birthday of tonality. In the process, he confronts a central concern of the history of music theory.
We just received the following CFP from Program Committee Co-Chairs, William Cheng and Hannah Lewis. Looks like a great conference, especially the keynote speaker!
Ryan Raul Banagale reviews one recital in a series of organ concerts at Harvard’s Memorial Church celebrating the instrument’s impending departure and tells us a little bit about why it is time for its approximately 4,500 pipes to ease on down the road.
Volume 3/1 of the Journal of the Society for American Music is a special issue on Leonard Bernstein in Boston. Both Drew and I have articles in there–so does our friend and colleage Sheryl Kaskowitz–which we think you will enjoy–though perhaps not as much as these nifty little word clouds.