“How the Sheng became a Harp,” Journal of Sound Studies (2020). Link
“Before and After John of Garland: The Concept of Directed Dyadic Progression and Its Prehistory,” Music Theory and Analysis 7.1 (2020), 63-113. Link
together with Prof. Francesca Brittan (Case Western) on the topic of “Music and Forms of Attention in the Long Nineteenth Century.”
has just appeared in the collection 19th-Century Opera and the Scientific Imagination (CUP 2019)
Raz's essay, “Music of the Squares,” has just appeard in the Public Domain Review. Link.
The “Future Histories of Music Theory” working group has published a jointly-written Musicological Brainfood. Read it here.
“Musical Glasses, Metal Reeds, and Broken Hearts: Two Cases of Melancholia Treated by New Musical Instruments,” has been
Carmel Raz's article has just been published in the Journal of Music Theory 62.2 (October, 2018): 205–248. Link.
Prof. Nathan Martin will be a visiting scholar in residence with "Histories of Music, Mind, and Body" from August 29-October 9.
David E. Cohen's essay, "Rhythm, Number, and Heraclitus' River" published on the AMS / SMT History of Music Theory Blog.
Prof. Molly Lester (USNA) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7.
Dr. Christopher Florio (Columbia University) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7.
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