Events of the Research Group Histories of Music, Mind, and Body

Upcoming events hosted by the Research Group Histories of Music, Mind, and Body at the Max Planck Institute of Empirical Aesthetics.

Colloquium: Nathan Martin, “Two Interesting Examples from Rameau’s Code de musique pratique”

Rameau’s final treatise, the Code de musique pratique (1760), represents, in Erwin Jacobi’s phrase, a summa of the composer’s music-theoretical accomplishments. Yet the Code has attracted far less attention from historians of theory than Rameau’s earlier writings...


Guest Seminar: Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Code de musique pratique (1760)

Rameau’s last major treatise, the Code de musique pratique (1760) represents the composer’s definitive music-theoretical statement. Yet the Code has received far less scholarly attention...


Future Histories of Music Theory

A two-day workshop on current trends and future directions in the history of music theory. Participants include: David E. Cohen (MPIEA), Roger Grant (Wesleyan University), Andrew Hicks (Cornell University), Nathan Martin (University of Michigan), Caleb Mutch (Indiana University), Carmel Raz (MPIEA), Melanie Wald-Fuhrmann (MPIEA) and Anna Zayaruznaya (Yale University).