The programme for the 2019 TAGS conference, to be held in Edinburgh on 13–14 April, can be read in the PDF below, which also contains practical information about the event.
Department of Music, University of Edinburgh Saturday 13thand Sunday 14thApril 2019 Deadline for proposals: 22ndFebruary 2019 Keynote Speaker: Catherine Bradley (University of Oslo) Student travel bursaries available. The SMA’s annual Theory and Analysis Graduate Students (TAGS) Conference will be hosted by the Department of Music at University of Edinburgh on Saturday 13thand Sunday 14thApril, 2019. […]
Department of Music, University of Edinburgh Saturday 13 th and Sunday 14 th April 2019 Deadline for proposals: 22 nd February 2019 Keynote Speaker: Catherine Bradley (University of Oslo) Student travel bursaries available. The SMA’s annual Theory and Analysis Graduate Students (TAGS) Conference will be hosted by the Department of Music at University of Edinburgh on […]
Dear all, Following the success of our Beethoven study day in November 2018, the Formal Theory Study Group (FTSG) invites postgraduates and early career researchers to attend our upcoming workshop on ‘Mendelssohn’s Chamber Music and the Pursuit of a Romantic Formenlehre’ with Dr Benedict Taylor (University of Edinburgh), hosted at the University of Edinburgh on […]
Call for Papers: Southampton Music Analysis Conference (SotonMAC 2019) 29–31 July 2019, University of Southampton The Southampton Music Analysis Conference (SotonMAC 2019), sponsored by the Society for Music Analysis (SMA), will take place on Monday 29 to Wednesday 31 July 2019 at the University of Southampton. This year the conference is unthemed; we welcome paper proposals […]
The Formal Theory Study Group (FTSG) will be hosting their next study day on 3rd November at the University of Oxford. The day will involve discussing readings on Beethoven’s Tempest Sonata, a case study analysis and a writing workshop. Further information can be found here: https://formaltheorystudygroup.wordpress.com/events/.
The Society for Music Analysis is launching its fourth Music Analysis Workshop, to be held at Liverpool University on Monday 17th September 2018 from 10 am to 5 pm. Arising from feedback at TAGS 2018, this event aims to build participants’ analytical skills through interactive introductions to neo-Riemannian theory. The workshop is designed to benefit graduate students of any level who might want to learn […]
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It is with great sadness that I report the passing on 9 June of Robert Pascall, Honorary Professor of Music Philology at Cambridge University, Professor of Music at Nottingham University from 1988 to 1998, and Professor at Bangor University from 1998 to 2005. Robert’s contribution to the development of music analysis in Britain is hard […]
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