Posts tagged ‘Harvard’

Acknowledgements That Didn’t Make It Into The Dissertation

Ryan Raul Banagale thanks a few people/places/things that he didn’t in the acknowledgements section of his completed dissertation.

Continue Reading June 2, 2011 at 3:00 pm

Guest Post by Alexander Rehding: Happy Birthday, Tonality!

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.

Continue Reading September 17, 2010 at 9:57 am

Harvard’s Graduate Student Conference: Song & Dance — Call for Papers

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!

Continue Reading November 10, 2009 at 7:01 pm

The Fisk Op. 46 Organ Celebration Series at Harvard

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.

Continue Reading November 7, 2009 at 12:20 pm 1 comment

Ryan & Drew in JSAM

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.

Ryan Raul Bañagale — “‘Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves”: Bernstein’s Formative Relationship with Rhapsody in Blue

Bernstein's Formative Relationship with Rhapsody in Blue

Drew Massey — Leonard Bernstein and the Harvard Student Union: In Search of Political Origins

In Search of Political Origins

Sheryl Kaskowitz — All in the Family: Brandeis University and Leonard Bernstein’s ‘Jewish Boston’

Brandeis University and Leonard Bernstein's "Jewish Boston"

February 3, 2009 at 10:43 pm


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