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Midnight Listening .2 // The Art of Fugue Listening

I want to talk about what it means to listen to fugues, and I want to talk about what listening to fugues means — in the most general and generative sense — for listening. 1,923 more words

Classical Music

Midnight Listening .1 // The Human and the Ecumene: Shostakovich's Sound-Space

There’s something strange to Shostakovich’s work, and I’m going to make the dip, perhaps uncouth, into spatial metaphor to apprehend it: let’s call it “horizontalism” — the absolute siege of the plane by increments of presence. 1,000 more words

Classical Music

13th Moisa Research Seminar on Ancient Greek and Roman Music - Riva del Garda, 2-7 July 2018

13th Moisa Research Seminar on Ancient Greek and Roman Music

Riva del Garda, 2-7 July 2018

For the fifth year, the Moisa Research Seminar will take place in early July in Riva del Garda (Italy), under the auspices of the Arion Society. 568 more words

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April Update (a bit late...)

April just flew by! It was filled with various different and competing projects, including publication editing, manuscript writing and applications… as well as too many hours on the bike. 1,468 more words

Sound Studies