Didactics and Pedagogy of Musical Analysis: Different Perspectives


Evenement online. Click on the conference title to access the virtual room/Cliquez sur le tittre de la conférence pour acceder à salle virtuelle.
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 This series of conferences explores music analysis from the perspective of students and teachers and how their interests determine the repertoires and methods of study. The main goal of this this satellite event at Epistemologies of music analysis: What Theories, what Methods, for what Types of Music and in what Disciplinary and Cultural Contexts? (ema-2023) is to explore different perspectives of music analysis applied to a variety of repertoire according to students’ and teachers’ standpoints, primarily determined by their domains of interest and experience. With the conservatory structure being adopted by most universities in North and South America, a solid foundation was set for the establishment of a dialogue between theory and performance, as outlined by the project International Exchanges on Music Theory and Performance (IEMTP/IReMus), working in partnership with the Brazilian Society of Musical Analysis (TEMA) for this special occasion. 
Opening conference: Wednesday February 8th  
Joseph Straus, Distinguished Professor PhD. Program in Music. CUNY Graduate Center
Teaching Post-Tonal Theory and Analysis to Doctoral Students

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Thursday February 9th
Lynne Rogers, Edward Aldwell Professor, Mannes School of Music. The New School 
Cultivating curiosity. Teaching students to ask effective analytical questions
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Friday February 10th 
Bruno Alcalde, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of South Carolina
Outsourcing Familiarity: engaging with students’ personal playlists to teach harmonic concepts and contexts

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Saturday February 11th 
Jonathan Dunsby, Professor of Music Theory, Eastman School of Music
Performing Music Forwards Backwards: Musical Reversibility and Interpretation

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