My research is rooted in Music Pedagogy, Early Music Performance Studies and Organology, with a special interest in perspectives related to friction, negotiations and cause and effect relationships. I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary work, rhetoric and performativity.
I am a musicologist and librarian-archivist. I teach courses on music history, film music, and music pedagogy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining CUHK, I was employed by Naxos International, the University of Hong Kong, McGill University, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Much of my work concerns music and migration, especially transatlantic migration in the nineteenth century. As a film music scholar, I am interested in how composers adapt the conventions of the past, and how subtexts can be created through diegetic music.
I’m a Senior Lecturer of Music Studies and Research at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University (Brisbane), and an Associate Researcher at the RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Study of Rhythm, Time and Motion (University of Oslo) and the Orpheus Institute (Ghent). I’m also a busy composer and improvising trombonist. My research is on musical interaction and improvisation, philosophy, temporal processes in African and Afro-diasporic musics, and feminist, queer, postcolonial and phenomenological approaches to thinking about music, including music analysis. I’m also deeply interested in music pedagogy. I edit the new online Practice Magazine (submissions accepted!), am Critical Forum Editor for Music Analysis, and will soon be soliciting contributions for a new book series on music and philosophy with Edinburgh University Press.
Leigh VanHandel is Associate Professor of music theory at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include music cognition, music theory pedagogy, the relationship between music and language, computer applications in music research and pedagogy, and how all of those things relate to each other. She has presented at numerous regional, national, and international conferences and has been published in such journals as the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, Music Perception, the Journal of New Music Research, and Empirical Musicology Review. She is editor of and a contributor to The Routledge Companion to Music Theory Pedagogy (Routledge Press, 2020), and is the author of Music Theory Skill Builder, a web-based fundamentals development environment licensed and distributed by Oxford University Press. In 2018 she was appointed to the College Board Advanced Placement Music Theory Development Committee, and was also elected to the Executive Board of the Society for Music Theory. From 2005-2020 she taught at Michigan State University, where she held a courtesy appointment in Cognitive Science and was involved in Devin McAuley’s Timing, Attention, and Perception Lab (TAP Lab).
Rebecca Long is a visiting lecturer at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. She holds a Ph.D. in music theory from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, as well as degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of Arkansas. Long has previously taught at the University of Houston and Mars Hill University. Dr. Long’s research interests include musical form, music of the early- and mid-eighteenth century, and music theory pedagogy. She has presented research at the annual meetings of the South Central Society for Music Theory, Music Theory Midwest, and the Texas Society for Music Theory as well as the biannual Pedagogy Into Practice conference.
Greetings! My name is Anna, and I am currently a 1st year Ph.D. student in music theory at IU. My research interests mostly all fall in 2oth – 21st century music: jazz (harmony), popular music, electronic music, form in twentieth century music, and pedagogy.
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I am an editor for music books at Routledge, where I acquire textbooks, research monographs, handbooks, and professional titles. Among the areas in which I commission are music theory, popular music, music technology, music and screen media, musical theatre, music industry, and American music. I also commission research-based projects in medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and 18th-century music, and music and material culture. I’m interested in current directions in research and pedagogy.
…aging Students 8 (2018).
“Incorporating Popular Music in Teaching: Ideas for the Non-Expert.” Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy 31 (2017), 3–17.
“Bringing Jazz Repertoire, Improvisation, and Active Thinking into the Study of Motives.” Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy 4 (2016).
“Creativity in the College Music Classroom: Guidelines for Effective Integration.” College Music Symposium 56 (2016).
“Writing Across the Music Theory Curriculum” (co-authored with Dr. Sara Bakker). Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagog…
Music theorist who studies aural skills pedagogy, music theory pedagogy, and early music analysis. I’m particularly interested in reforming aural skills education to better serve a broader range of students. I teach at Utah State University, and previously taught as a lecturer at UMass Amherst and a Visiting Lecturer at Indiana University. I also run a public-musicology blog on applying “traditional” music theory concepts to broadly-defined “popular” music, at musictheorybridges.wordpress.com.