From to he was a coopted board member of the Austrian Musicological Society and from to a research associate and project manager in the University Department of Music in Innsbruck. Safra-Sarasinfirst mainly for the senior partner, then in the Financial Department being assistant of the CFO until her retirement in January Thursday, 5 April Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie H. John Griffiths AU has broad interests in diverse areas of music history and historiography, including early music pedagogy, style studies and analysis, organology, notation and music printing, performance practice, historiography, and digital humanities. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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He is a board member of numerous scientific and learned societies, including his role as president of Association RIdIM. He has extensively researched and published on topics of history from those of the eighteenth to contemporary music, music iconography, performing studies, and the social and cultural history of music.
He has published several essays and editions on the Italian Renaissance madrigal. His research currently focuses on Spanish vocal music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He was rector at Stavanger University College — He is the leader of a new research group focusing on practitioner knowledge in music and dance at the University of Stavanger. Professor of music aesthetics and criticism at the University of Pavia since and later in Padua presently full professor of musicology.
Member of the Mozart Academy in Salzburg since and of the Accademia galileiana in Padua since De Bosis Lecturer at Harvard University Over seventy publications in various languages mainly focused on eighteenth-century studies. Special interest in communication of musicological culture through video documentaries. Manuel P. In he founded the early music ensemble Vozes Alfonsinas, with which he produces himself in concerts and recordings.
He published a large number of papers, both on medieval music and on other topics, namely twentieth-century Portuguese music. His prize-winning book O som de Martin Codax was followed by many others, either as author or editor, e. He is additionally active as a music critic, composer, and poet. She served as director of the Institut de recherche sur le patrimoine musical en France — She was elected to the Academia Europaea in John Griffiths AU has broad interests in diverse areas of music history and historiography, including early music pedagogy, style studies and analysis, organology, notation and music printing, performance practice, historiography, and digital humanities.
He is a specialist in Renaissance instrumental music, especially for vihuela and lute. On returning to Australia she devised and initiated a musicology program at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music She has published widely on medieval and early modern Iberian liturgical music and source studies, and is now combining her expertise in rare books and musicology in the publication on a collection of Spanish manuscripts at Sydney University.
Currently he is professor of musicology at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. His research interests are the social, institutional, and theological aspects of sacred music in late-medieval and early modern Italy and Germany, iconography, and eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Viennese opera.
Recent publications include Der Kanon in der Musik ed. Reynolds served as president of the AMS for the years and He was recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences After he taught at Keio University as professor of musicology — , he was appointed to the current position in A member of the Joseph Haydn Institut Cologne and the Mozart-Akademie Salzburg , she served a term as president of the American Musicological Society, which elected her to honorary membership In , she was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
She gained her PhD in musicology from Princeton University in , after which she taught at the Universities of Reading and Manchester. Christiane Wiesenfeldt DE received her PhD in from the University of Kiel on the cello sonata of the nineteenth century and her habilitation in from the University of Muenster on Mary masses of the sixteenth century.
Suk Won Yi KR is professor and chair of musicology at Seoul National University, where he has been teaching musicology and music cognition since
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