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2015-2016

SPRING 2016

Jan. 15: Emily Zazulia (UC Berkeley): “Figuring Sound: Notions of Rhythm in the Late

Middle Ages”

Jan. 22: Georgia Cowart (CWRU): “Watteau, the Musical Stage, and the Burial of Louis

XIV” 

Jan. 29:  Paul O’Dette (Eastman School of Music): “Rethinking the Performance of

Renaissance Music, or What was Really so New about the ‘New Music’?”

Feb. 5: Sherrie Tucker (University of Kansas): “Dance Floor Democracy: The Social

Geography of Memory at the Hollywood Canteen”

Feb. 19:  Guy Spielmann (Georgetown University): “Restitutive Stagings of Less-

Documented Genres: Acting, Singing and Music in an 18th-century French Parade”

Feb. 26: Nathan Kruse (CWRU) “Reminiscence and Music Participation among Older Adults:

Intersections of Social Gerontology and Music Education.”

Mar. 18: Roger Moseley (Cornell University): “Play and Display: Technologies of

Musical Recreation”

Apr. 1:  Mary Cohen (University of Iowa): “Musicking as a Means to Build Social

Cohesion: Exploring a Community of Caring Inside a Prison”

Apr. 8:  Elaine Sisman (Columbia University): “Tripping the Late Fantastic: Haydn’s

Avian Mechanisms and Their Progeny”

Apr. 15: Michael Baumgartner (Cleveland State University): “Jean-Luc Godard and

Meta-Film Music”

FALL 2015

Sept. 4: John Romey (CWRU): “Bellérophon in Vaudevilles: Appropriation of Street Culture by the Comédie-Italienne”
          and Mandy Smith (CWRU): “Experiential Learning with the Drum Kit”

Sept. 11: Sezi Seskir (Bucknell University): “Musical topoi in Brahms’ late piano works”

Sept. 18: Brian Wright (CWRU): “‘A Bastard Instrument’: The Electric Bass, Jazz, and the Stigmatization of Musical Practice”
          and Peter Graff (CWRU): “Portal to the Orient: Lobby Spectacles and The Thief of Bagdad”

Sept. 25: Dan Batchelder (CWRU): “Mickey Mousing, Performance, and Dramatic Integration in Disney’s Early Animation”

Oct. 2: CWRU Graduate student conference “Popular Music and Community”  See the detailed schedule here.

Oct. 9: Erin Headley (University of Southampton): “The Lirone: Its Practice, Culture and Spirituality”

Oct. 23: Jessica Nápoles (University of Utah): “Presentation Skills: Content vs. Delivery”

Oct. 30: Elizabeth Tracy and Marshall Haning (CWRU): “Going Beyond the Ensemble: Commonalities and Differences Between
          Secondary Nonperformance Music Courses” and Barry Hartz (CSU): “Cultivating Individual Musicianship and
          Ensemble Performance Through Notation-Free Learning in Three High School Band Programs”

Nov. 6: Oded Zehavi (University of Haifa): “Cultural Identity as a Composer”

Nov. 20: Elijah Wald (Independent Scholar): “Dylan Goes Electric! Music, Myth, and History”

Dec. 4: John Howland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology): “‘Hot Buttered Soul’ and Billboard Jazz:
          The Curious Case of Isaac Hayes and the Intersections of Jazz and Soul, 1969-1973”

 

2014-1015

 

FALL 2014

Sept. 5: Alanna Ropchock (CWRU): “The Medici, the Habsburgs, and Martin Luther: Context and Transmission of Josquin’s Missa Pange lingua in Reformation Germany”

Sept. 12: Erin Smith (CWRU): “Popular Music and the New Woman in the Progressive Era”

Sept. 19: Gundula Kreuzer (Yale University): “Wagnerian Technologies”

Sept. 26: Alice-Ann Darrow (Florida State University): “Disability and the Arts: What’s So Wicked about Wicked?”

Oct. 10: Lisa Huisman Koops (CWRU): “The Enjoyment Cycle: Joy and Agency in Musical Play”

Oct. 17: Christopher H. Gibbs (Bard College): “Late Schubert and the Ghost of Beethoven”

Oct. 31: Jed Wentz (Conservatorium van Amsterdam): “Dissecting the Passions: Lallemant, Rameau and the Affect of Harmony”

Nov. 14: Jessie Ann Owens (UC Davis): “Key, Tune and Air in Thomas Morley’s A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke (1597)”

Nov. 20 (Thursday), 4:30pm, Clark Hall 206: Francesca Brittan (CWRU): “Electric Baton: Science, Sound, and the Romantic Conductor” (sponsored by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities; more information here)

Nov. 21: Dana Gooley (Brown University): “Franz Liszt’s Improvisational Imagination”

 

SPRING 2015

Jan. 16: Steven Bruns (University of Colorado, Boulder): “Approaching Meaning in the Music of George Crumb”

Jan. 23: Aaron Manela (CWRU): “Tokenism, Codes and Embodiment on The Backyardigans: The Animated Body as Cultural Subject”

Jan. 30: Mandy Smith (CWRU): “‘Drumming is My Madness’: The Primitive in Late 1960s Rock Drumming”

Feb. 6: Arne Spohr (Bowling Green State University): “Aural Architecture as an Instrument of Power: The Stuttgart Lusthaus and Its Concealed Music”

Feb. 13: Michael Bane (CWRU): “The Art of Singing Well: Bertrand de Bacilly and Issues of Amateur Performance Practice in Seventeenth-Century France”

Feb. 27: Devin Burke (CWRU): “Technologies of the (Animated) Body: Living Statues in Ancien-Régime Spectacle”

Mar. 20: Susan Fast (McMaster University): “The Politics of Retro: Precarity and Privilege in Sounding the Past” (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies)

Mar. 27: Evan Tobias (Arizona State University): “Considering Implications of Contemporary Digital Media for Music Engagement, Teaching, and Learning”

Apr. 10: M. Jennifer Bloxam (Williams College): “Obrecht Preaching: Strategies in Sermons and Motets circa 1500”

Apr. 17: Kathleen Horvath (CWRU): “Multivariate Analysis of Pianists and Violinists”

Apr. 24: Robynn Stilwell (Georgetown University): “Giving Voice to Girls’ Stories in Brave, Frozen, and The Hunger Games Trilogy”

 

2013-14

 

FALL 2013

Sept. 6: Robert Walser (CWRU): “Why Are There So Many Songs?”

Sept. 13: Stephen E. Hefling (CWRU), in collaboration with Morten Solvik (IES Abroad, Vienna): “Natalie Bauer-Lechner’s ‘Letter on Mahler’s Loves’: Introducing a New Manuscript Source”

Sept. 20: Michael Bane (CWRU): “French Noble Amateurism and the Aesthetic of Ease: The Case of Francesco Corbetta’s ‘Royal Guitar'”; Armin Karim (CWRU): “‘My People, What Have I Done to You?’: A History of the Good Friday Reproaches”

Sept. 27: Neil Lerner (Davidson College): “Mario’s Dynamic Leaps: Musical Innovations and Backwards Glances in Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros.”

Oct. 4: James Webster (Cornell University): “Did Haydn Have a ‘Late’ Style?”

Oct. 11: Daniel Boomhower (CWRU): “Fixing Bach: Manuscript Transmission of the B-minor Mass in Late 18th-century Berlin”

Oct. 25: Peter Bennett (CWRU): “Hearing King David at the Court of Louis XIII: Psalm Settings from the Musique de la Chambre and the Rise of the ‘Absolute’ Monarchy”

Nov. 1: Lisa Nielson (CWRU): “Musician Narratives and the Literary Performance of Musical Identity in the Early Abbasid Courts”

Nov. 16 (Saturday, 10am-4pm): Queer Popular Music conference (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies), with presentations by Mitchell Morris (Amherst College), Alice Echols (University of Southern California), Judith Peraino (Cornell University), and Stephan Pennington (Tufts University); Susan McClary (CWRU), discussant

Nov. 18 (Monday, 7:30pm, Harkness Chapel): Ellen Harris (MIT), Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar: “Politics in Early Eighteenth-Century Britain: Why Handel was Fired and Other Stories” (co-sponsored by the Alpha of Ohio Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa)

Nov. 22: Hildegard Froehlich (University of North Texas): “The Self, Music Education, and Interactionism: Toward a Pragmatic Sociology for Music Teaching and Learning”

Dec. 6: Nathan Kruse (CWRU): “The Jumping Flea Renaissance: Leisure and ‘Ohana in an Intergenerational ‘Ukulele Club”

 

SPRING 2014

Jan. 17: R. Larry Todd (Duke University): “Mendelssohn, Fanny Hensel and the Cello, with a Newly Reconstructed Work”

Jan. 24: Brenton Grom (CWRU): “New England Psalmody in Transdisciplinary Space”

Jan. 31: Ian MacMillen (Oberlin College): “Conscription into Intimacy’s Assemblages: Popular Tambura Bands and Gendered Power in Post-War Croatia”

Feb. 7: Daniel Goldmark (CWRU): “Hanna-Barbera, John K., and the (Minimalist) Sounds of Nostalgia”

Feb. 21: Barry Shank (Ohio State University): “The Continuing Methodological Value of Participatory Discrepancies” (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies)

Feb. 28: Jacqueline Warwick (Dalhousie University): “Child’s Play: Musical Prodigies and Child Labor” (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies)

Mar. 21: Chris Horvath (Los Angeles): “Where’s the Money? Music Publishing; Because If You Heard It, Someone Got Paid” (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies)

Mar. 28: Susan Boynton (Columbia University): “Music as Text and Music as Image”

Apr. 4: Patricia Shehan Campbell (University of Washington): “The Phenomenon of Children’s Musical Cultures”

Apr. 11: Joy H. Calico (Vanderbilt University): “Arnold Schoenberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw in Postwar Europe”

Apr. 25: Matthew Garrett (CWRU): “A Seat at The Table: LGBTQ Inclusion in School Music Classrooms”

Apr. 26 (Saturday, 10am-5:30pm): Drumming conference (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies), with presentations by Robert Walser (CWRU), Mandy Smith (CWRU), Mark Ferber (CCNY), Steven Baur (Dalhousie University), and Gareth Dylan Smith (Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London), as well as a concert featuring David Ake (CWRU, piano), Mark Ferber (CCNY, drums), and Marty Block (Cleveland, bass).

 

2012-13

 

FALL 2012

Sep. 7: Georgia Cowart (CWRU): “The Performative Audience of Baroque Opera”

Sep. 14: Elizabeth A. Hankins, David C. Scalise, Lisa Huisman Koops, & Matthew D. Schatt (CWRU): “Rock Orchestra Alumni Reflections on the Impact of Participation in The Lakewood Project

Sep. 21: Devin Burke (CWRU): “Goodbye, Old Arm: Civil War Veterans’ Disabilities in Popular Songs”

Sep. 28: Leah Branstetter (CWRU): “The Hidden Histories of Wanda Jackson’s ‘Fujiyama Mama'”

Oct. 5: Kelly St. Pierre (Youngstown State University and CWRU): “Revolutionizing Czechness: Smetana and Propaganda in the Umělecká beseda”

Oct. 12: Peter Webster (Northwestern University): “Creative Teaching Ideas for College Music Teaching”

Oct. 26: David Rothenberg (CWRU): “The Gate that Carries Christ: Wordplay and Liturgical Signification in the Motet Porta preminentie / Porta penitentie / PORTAS

Nov. 9: Stephen Hefling (CWRU): “‘Alles vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichnis’: Justine Mahler’s Faust Notebook”

Nov. 16: Brian MacGilvray (CWRU): “Shaping the Memento Mori: Froberger’s ‘Meditation faite sur ma mort future’ and Seventeenth-Century Vanitas Art”

Nov. 30: Stephanie Vander Wel (State University of New York at Buffalo): “Sweetly Strident: Vocalizing Domesticity in Barn Dance Radio”

 

SPRING 2013

Jan. 18: Susan McClary (CWRU): “Salome in the Court of Queen Christina”

Jan. 25: Charles Hiroshi Garrett (University of Michigan): “Joking Matters: Mediating the Digital Revolution”

Feb. 1: Randall Everett Allsup (Teachers College, Columbia University): “Music Teacher Quality and Expertise”

Feb. 8: Mandy Smith (CWRU): “Musical Signifyin(g) and a Percussive Aesthetic in the Music of Charley Patton and His Immediate Circle”

Feb. 15: Richard Will (University of Virginia): “100 Years of Seduction”

Feb. 22: Annegret Fauser (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill): “Cosmopolitan Nationalism: Foreigners in Paris in the Long Nineteenth Century”

Mar. 1: Charles Kronengold (Stanford University): “Crediting Thinking in Soul Music”

Mar. 22: Benjamin Brand (University of North Texas): “Barbarous Franks or Perfidious Romans? The Creation and Transmission of the Earliest Office Responsories for the Sanctorale

Apr. 5: Francesca Brittan (CWRU): “Fantasy, Philology, and the Nineteenth-Century Inferno”

Apr. 12: Richard Crawford (University of Michigan): “Writing For Your Next-Door Neighbor: Scenes from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess

Apr. 13 (Saturday, 9am-5pm): Conference “’Sing Me That Song Again’: The History and Impact of Tin Pan Alley” (sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies), with presentations by Walter Frisch (Columbia University), Keir Keightley (University of Western Ontario), Jeffrey Magee (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne), Gillian Rodger (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Rose Rosengard Subotnik (Brown University), “My Father’s Musical Time-Capsule:  American Songs, Sheet Music, and the Dream that Got Away”

Apr. 19: Howard Pollack (University of Houston): “Uses of Popular Music Styles in Marc Blitzstein’s The Cradle Will Rock” (Sponsored by the CWRU Center for Popular Music Studies)

 

2011-12

 

FALL 2011

Sept. 9: Lauren Onkey (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum): “The Rock Hall Induction Process: Populism, Canons, and the Challenge to Expertise”

Sept. 16: Sarah Tomasewski (CWRU): “Talking over Music: Song, Dance, and Musical Performance at Anne C. L. Botta’s New York Salon, 1845-1891” (Clark Hall 206; reception at 4:00, talk at 4:30; co-sponsored by the Arts & Sciences Dissertation Seminar)

Sept. 23: Nora Morrison (CWRU): “Hollering in Makeup: Masculinity in Early Rock & Roll Performances”

Sept. 30: Dale Cockrell (Vanderbilt University): “Towards a Public Musicology: The Case of Laura Ingalls Wilder” (sponsored by the CWRU Rock and Popular Music Institute)

Oct. 7: Andrew Weaver (Catholic University of America): “‘Da hab ich ihr gestanden’: Framing the Narrative Voice inDichterliebe

Oct. 14: Charles Hersch (Cleveland State University): “Jazz Jews: Jewish Jazz Musicians and Ethnic Identity” (sponsored by the CWRU Rock and Popular Music Institute)

Oct. 28: Christina Fuhrmann (Ashland University): “Sir Henry Rowley Bishop: Perverse or Prophetic?”

Nov. 4: Andrew Shenton (Boston University): “Analytical Approaches to Arvo Pärt’s Tintinnabuli Technique”

Nov. 18: Rebecca Harris-Warrick (Cornell University): “Staging the Dances in Lully’s Operas” (featuring a baroque dance performance by Ensemble Forlana)

Dec. 2: Daniel Goldmark (CWRU): “Pixar and the Sounds of Nostalgia”

 

SPRING 2012

Jan. 27: Charles Atkinson (Ohio State University): “Dippermouth Blues and Ad te levavi: Modes of Transmission and the Question of Musical Identity”

Feb. 3: Michael Alan Anderson (Eastman School of Music): “The Politics of Devotion in Music for Marguerite of Navarre”

Feb. 10: Samuel Dorf (University of Dayton): “Théodore Reinach’s Piano: Musicology, Archaeology and the Performance of ‘Past.'”

Thursday Feb. 16 (12:00pm, Clark Hall, Rm. 206): Thomas Forrest Kelly (Harvard University): “Performance Practice in Chant: A Case Study”

Thursday Feb. 23, 6:15pm: Denis Herlin (Centre national de la recherché scientifique): “Debussy and the Circle of Independent Art” (co-sponsored by the Consulat Général de France)

Feb. 24: Joseph Straus (CUNY Graduate Center): “In Defense of Autism and Postwar Serialism as Neurodiverse Forms of Cultural Modernism”

Mar. 2: Craig Werner (University of Wisconsin): “We Gotta Get Out of This Place: Music, Memory and the Experience of Vietnam Veterans” (sponsored by the Rock and Popular Music Institute, CWRU)

Mar. 9: Sarah Clemmens Waltz (University of the Pacific): “Ossian and Celtic Inspiration in the Beethovenzeit

Mar. 23: Jairo Moreno (University of Pennsylvania): “Signatures of the Audible”

Apr. 13: Alanna Ropchock (CWRU): “The Body of Christ Divided: Josquin’s Missa Pange lingua in Reformation Germany”

Apr. 20: Derek Katz (UC Santa Barbara): “New Friends of the Juilliard Quartet: Presentation and Promotion of Chamber Music in Mid-Twentieth-Century New York City”

Apr. 27: Rick Altman (University of Iowa): “Establishing Sound”

 

2010-11

 

FALL 2010

Sept. 10: Mary Davis (CWRU): “The Next to Last Dance: Diaghilev and Le Bal

Sept. 17: Peter Bennett; CWRU: “Collaborations between Chambre and Chapelle in Seventeenth-Century France: The “King’s two bodies” as a Model for Louis XIV’s grand motet

Sept. 24: Charles McGuire (Oberlin College Conservatory): “English Missionaries and Hymnody in Madagascar: Tonic Sol-fa and Aesthetic Conquest”

Oct. 1: Tsitsi Jaji (University of Pennsylvania): “Sight Reading: Musical Transcription among Early Black South African Modernists”

Oct. 8: Wendy Heller (Princeton University): “‘Il maggior diletto’: Staging Ovidian fantasies in Barberini Rome”

Oct. 22: Diana Tittle (Guest Lecturer): “Love Story: The Tragic Severance Family Romance that Uplifted Western Reserve University” (Harkness Chapel; co-sponsored by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities)

Oct. 29: Paul Cox (CWRU): “An Imaginary America: Cage and Cunningham’s Credo in US (1942)”

Nov. 12: Pierpaolo Polzinetti (Notre Dame): “Figaro’s Transatlantic Crossings”

Nov. 19: David Breitman (Oberlin College Conservatory): “Getting out of the Ghetto: Performance Practice in the Real World”

 

SPRING 2011

Jan. 21: Rebecca Maloy (University of Colorado, Boulder): “The Chants of Old Hispanic Lent: Liturgical Planning and Musical Grammar”

Jan. 28: Devin Burke (CWRU): “The World of Tone and the World of Appearances: Sign Language, Music, and Beethoven”

Feb. 11: Kelly St. Pierre (CWRU): “Literary and Musical Reception of Irving’s Fantastic ‘Sleepy Hollow'”

Feb. 18: Armin Karim (CWRU): “‘My people, what have I done to you?’: Towards a Musical and Cultural History of the Good Friday Reproaches”

Feb. 25: Derek Katz (UC Santa Barbara): “Apache Dances in the Futuristic Cellar: Erwin Schulhoff as Dresden Ãœberdada” (canceled due to weather)

Mar. 18: Jeremiah Davenport (CWRU): “Trans Women, LadyBoys, and the Plight of Gender Bending: RuPaul’s Drag Race and the Construction of Hegemonic Drag”

Mar. 25: Kate van Orden (UC Berkeley): “Musica Transalpina: French Music, Musicians, and Culture in 16th-century Italy”

Apr. 1: Thomas Christensen (University of Chicago): “Tonality Before and After”

Apr. 8: Rose Subotnik (Brown Unviersity): “How Many Ways Can You Fetishize a Song? From Adorno to American Idol”

Apr. 15: Jonathan Kregor (University of Cincinnati): “Liszt’s New Germans and the Old German School”

Apr 22: Georgia Cowart (CWRU): “Watteau’s Musical Utopias: Visions of a New France” (co-sponsored by the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities)

 

2009-10

 

FALL 2009

Sept. 11: Paul Berry (University of North Texas): “Married, with Children: Musical Borrowing, Textual Intersection, and Interpersonal Context in Brahms’s Occasional Songs” (co-sponsored by the German Studies program)

Sept. 18: Paul Cox (CWRU): “Genre Confusion in John Cage’s Credo in US

Sept. 25: Lily Hirsch (Cleveland State University): “Defining ‘Jewish Music’ in Nazi Germany: Handel and the Berlin Jewish Culture League”

Oct. 2: Francesca Brittan (CWRU): “Cultures of Musical Failure: The Really Terrible Orchestra and Beyond”

Oct. 23: Kitty Preston (College of William and Mary): “Confronting the Stereotypes, Confounding Cultural Hierarchy: An Unexplored Web of American Musical Life, 1876-1880”

Oct. 30: Georgia Cowart (CWRU): “Watteau, Music, and Theater.”

Nov. 6: Ross Duffin (CWRU): “How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony (and why you should care)”

Nov. 20: Jason Geary (University of Michigan): “Brünnhilde’s Fate: Greek Tragedy, Wagner’s Ring, and the Redemption of Humanity”

 

SPRING 2010

Jan. 22: Alex Bonus (CWRU): “Johann Maelzel, the Metronome, and Mechanical Music in Nineteenth-Century America”

Jan. 29: Daniel Goldmark: “So You Want to Write a Song? Tin Pan Alley’s Formula for Success”

Feb. 5: A conversation with Pierre Boulez (Harkness Chapel)

Feb. 12: Richard Kolb (CWRU): “Antonio Francesco Tenaglia and Mid-seventeenth Century Vocal Chamber Music” (Harkness Chapel)

Feb. 19: David J. Rothenberg (CWRU): “Ave regina caelorum: Singing Angels, Secular Song, and Devotion to the Virgin in Fifteenth-Century Music and Art.”

Feb. 26: Kelly St. Pierre (CWRU): “The Umelecká Beseda and the Formulation of a “Czech” Musical Voice”

Mar. 19: Rob C. Wegman (Princeton University): “The World According to Anonymous IV”

Mar. 26: Colin Roust (Oberlin College Conservatory): “Singing in the Dark: A Chorus of Women Prisoners in Occupied Paris, 1943-44.”

Apr. 2: Barbara Swanson (CWRU): “Lamentation and Affect: Giovanni Guidetti’s Reform of Holy Week Chant”

April 9: Greil Marcus (Scholar-at-Large): Title TBA

Apr. 16: Margarita Mazo (Ohio State): “Igor Stravinsky: Performing the Self through Composing Les Noces”

Apr. 23: Sarah Tomasewski (CWRU): “Facebooking in the Nineteenth Century: Salon Culture in the United States from 1845-1891”

 

 

2005-2009: MUSIC & CULTURE SERIES

 

April 10, 2009: Dissonant Mozart  -Scott Burnham 

April 3, 2009: Music: Nature, and the Aesthetics of Time-Space Relations in The Girl of the Golden West  -Richard Leppert

March 23, 2009: Mozart Reception and Performance 1756-present  -Neal Zaslaw

February 20, 2009: The End of Early Music  -Bruce Haynes

December 5, 2008: Uses of the Vernacular in George Gershwin’s Concert Music  -Howard Pollack

October 16, 2008: Musical Instruments and the Instrumentality of Painting  -Lydia Goehr

March 27, 2008: Marginalizing the Center: Jazz Historiography and Jazz Education  -David Ake

February 8, 2008: Embracing Classical Music  -Larry Kramer

 

December 6, 2007: The Far Country: Elgar, Proust and Constructions of Memory in the Fin-de-Siecle  -Byron Adams

October 18, 2007: Songs & Meaning in the Movies  -Claudia Gorbman

October 4, 2007: Anti-Jewish Sentiment in Baroque Music  -Michael Marissen

April 23, 2007: From Italy to Germany and Beyond via France – Les Goûts réunis in the Music of Michel-Richard de Lalande (1657-1726)  -Lionel Sawkins

April 4, 2007: Fighting Sin in English Music of the Late Middle Ages  -Anne Walters Robertson

February 22, 2007: Bob Dylan at Hibbing High School  -Greil Marcus

March 23, 2006: Leonard Bernstein in the Early 1950s: Theater, Genre, Cultural Critique  -Carol Oja

November 15, 2005: Labyrinths and Music  -Craig Wright

September 16, 2005: In the Beginning: Creation Scenarios from Mozart to Schubert  -Maynard Solomon

 

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