Music Theory Colloquium Series
All events are on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. in M 267 unless otherwise noted.
September 16: Patrick McCreless (Yale University), “'There Is Sweet Music': Thoughts on Tonality and Tonal Theory, a Century Later”
Friday, September 18 (4:00 p.m., Ford-Crawford Hall): Patrick McCreless (Yale University), “You Are the Music, While the Music Lasts” (Five Friends Master Class Series Honoring Robert Samels)
September 23: Bora Uymaz (singer and composer), “The Concept of Makam in Turkish Music”
October 7: Mike Cheng-Yu Lee (Indiana University), "Structural Rhythm and Bowing in Haydn's String Quartet Op. 64 No. 3"
October 14: Professional Development Session, "The Academic Job Search: An Introduction"
October 21: Frank Samarotto (Indiana University), "Subdominants, Lower-Fifth Dividers, and Inversion in Schenkerian Theory," and Julian Hook (Indiana University), "Enharmonic Equivalence as an Equivalence Relation"
November 11: Robert Komaniecki (Indiana University), "Untexted Vocal Hooks in Popular Music: A Brief History and Typology"
November 18: Nathan Lam (Indiana University), "Diatonic Positions For Analysis"
Monday, November 30 (5:00 p.m., Sweeney Lecture Hall, M015): Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis (University of Arkansas), "Repetition, Music, and Mind" (Five Friends Master Class Series Honoring Robert Samels)
December 2: Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis (University of Arkansas), "Empirical Approaches to Aesthetic Listening"
March 9: J. Daniel Jenkins (University of South Carolina), "Schoenberg’s BBC Television Broadcast and the Meaning of the Twelve-Tone Idea"
More events coming soon