Forum for the American Musicological Society. Devoted to advancing scholarship in the various fields of music through research, learning, and teaching.
This group is devoted to a discussion of issues pertaining to graduate study in Musicology, and is an extension of the Graduate Education Committee of the American Musicological Society.
Recent conversation has revealed levels of frustration at teaching classes on subjects in which we have varying degrees of insider knowledge or specialization. It can be hard to locate, collect, and synthesize recent discoveries or current trends in scholarship with the pressures of lesson plans, grading, and student abilities looming overhead. Wouldn’t it be nice, […]
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Vanderbilt University
Instructional Assistant Professor of musicology, Illinois State University
This PowerPoint accompanies Ramala: An American “Indianist” Opera Musicological Lecture Concert
Morgan Rich is a Volkswagen Stiftung and the Andrew Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities, working at the Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Berlin. She received her PhD in musicology from the University of Florida. Her dissertation reassesses Theodor Adorno’s relationship with Alban Berg in a pivotal moment in his philosophical and compositional career. During the 2016/2017 academic year she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Musicology at the University of Florida School of Music. She has presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Musicological Society, International Council of Europeanists, German Studies Association, Austrian Studies Association as well as various national and international conferences for musicology and European studies.
Ohio State University Opera & Lyric Theatre presents “Ramala”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6HEzeWw9SI Wednesday, November 1, 2017 – 7:30pm Weigel Auditorium Charles Wakefield Cadman, Francis La Flesche, and Nelle Richmond Eberhart began collaborating on this opera in 1908, at that time titled Daoma (sometimes spelled Da O Ma). In the 1930s, Cadman and Eberhart revised the opera and renamed it Ramala, often using the subtitle Land of the Misty Water. La Flesche, an anthropologist and member of the Omaha tribe, provided recordings and transcriptions of Omaha music and the story for Ramala. Cadman composed music based on those tunes, and Eberhart and La Flesche worked together to write the libretto. The Ohio State University Opera & Lyric Theatre Ramala: an American “Indianist” Opera Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman Libretto by Nelle Richmond Eberhart and Francis La Flesche Directed by A. Scott Parry Presentation: Katie Graber Piano: Ryan Behan Ramala: Kimberly Monzon Aedeta: Justin Fields Nemaha: Dylan Davis Magena: Elizabeth BLanquera Taene: Samantha Stiner Obeska: Thomas Petrushka Video Production: Adam Bey
The purpose of this group is to provide a dedicated space for young musicology scholars and graduate students to find and post various grant and research funding opportunities, collaborate and work on their own grant writing and funding proposals with peers and advanced scholars, and to discuss ways to find and create other research funding […]
…d. Liz Greene and Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, 347–59. Hampshire and New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2016.
“Remixed Metaphors: Manipulating Classical Music and Its Meanings in Video Games.” In Ludomusicology: Approaches to Video Game Music, ed. Michiel Kamp, Tim Summers, and Mark Sweeney, 198–222. Sheffield, UK: Equinox, 2016.
“Game Audio.” In Debugging Game History: A Critical Lexicon…
Associate Professor of Musicology and Associate Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Texas Christian University