Event series: Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies

29Jan

Seminar in Music Theory and Analysis - Translating modes and the problem(s) of cross-cultural music analysis: the case of Maqam Nahawand

Committee Room
30Jan

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music - Protected publications: privileges for printed music in German-speaking lands, 1500-1600

Wharton Room
13Feb

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music - Keyboard and the fifteenth century musica ficta: on the road toward the twelve steps octave

Wharton Room
26Feb

Seminar in Music Theory and Analysis - Imagining the un-encoded: analysing affect in a twelfth-century love song

Committee Room
27Feb

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music - Composing Compassion: Pierre de La Rue’s ‘Missa de Septem Doloribus’

Wharton Room
27Feb

Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies: Too ‘Hot’ for East Asians?: Tango, Salsa and the Performance of Class and Sex in Singapore

The Barn
27Feb

Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies: Too ‘Hot’ for East Asians?: Tango, Salsa and the Performance of Class and Sex in Singapore

The Barn
27Feb

Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies - Too ‘Hot’ for East Asians?: Tango, Salsa and the Performance of Class and Sex in Singapore

The Barn
12Mar

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music - Polyphony on parchment and paper: New observations on the recently-discovered Ars nova fragments from Leipzig

Wharton Room
27Apr

Seminar in Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies - Making as Musicking in the Capitalocene: Luthiery, Materials, and Timbre in Cariri, Brazil

The Barn

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