“Times-A-Changin’: Flexible Meter as Self-Expression in Singer-Songwriter music”

Dr Nancy Murphy (Houston) SMA ZOOM Colloquium, 5th May 2022, 6.30pm UK Time Abstract: In 1960s and 1970s singer-songwriter music, some artists used malleable metric settings alongside other features of self-expression in performance. This resulted in songs with extremes of self-expressive timing flexibility that cannot be accounted for by using a single conception of meter. […]

Society for Music Analysis Annual Conference (NewMAC), Newcastle University, 11–13 July 2022

Call for Papers:Newcastle Music Analysis Conference (NewMAC 2022)11–13 July 2022, Newcastle University The SMA is pleased to confirm dates for the Newcastle Music Analysis Conference (NewMAC 2022), which will take place on Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 July 2022 at the International Centre for Music Studies, Newcastle University. The programme committee invites proposals on any aspect […]

Naming, Understanding, and Playing with Metaphors in Music

Naming, Understanding, and Playing with Metaphors in Music A Virtual Symposium organized by Nina Eidsheim (UCLA) and Daniel Walden (Durham) with the UCLA PEER Lab & Durham University Music Department Date: April 29-30, 2022 Session Keynotes: – Jessica Bissett Perea, Dena’ina (Native American Studies, UC Davis) – Philip Ewell (Music Theory, Hunter College, CUNY)  – J. Martin Daughtry (Music, NYU) […]

Rethinking Late Webern

Sebastian Wedler Entering into Anton Webern’s twelve-tone music and its complex reception history is like entering into a combat with the Hydra: cleave off one head of the Webern myth, and two more grow in its place, often swinging at you from opposite directions. Understandings of late Webern range widely, from that of an intrepid […]

TAGS 2021 / Neo-Riemmanian Theory Workshop Schedule

City University, 12th -13th November 2021 12th November, TAGS For internaitonal delegates presenting remotely, here is a zoom link:https://durhamuniversity.zoom.us/j/97700936848?pwd=NGVzcTFCRnpFYXU0SnVaNTBZVnd6Zz09Meeting ID: 977 0093 6848Passcode: 276533 All times indicated are GMT. 10:00  Yanina Daniluk (Indiana University, Bloomington): “Foreshadowing and remembering as central ideas in A Survivor from Warsaw” (ROOM AG09) 10.30     Rafael Echevarria (The University of Sydney): “In […]