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Panel debate, Nordic Musicological Congress Aalborg University, Denmark 11 - 14 August 2015
This three day conference explores the question of musical listening with regard to a wide variety of musical genres and artists. November 11 and 12: Auditorium U 35 in Helga Eng's house from 9:30, November 13: room 103 ZEB from 9:30.
Autumn 2014: Course given at Department of Musicology in advance of the conference. Read more: MUS2501 - Current musicological research
Topic: Music from the 20th century and up to the present day has challenged and changed the way we listen to music. It has also transformed how musicians and composers draw on the listening experience in the creative process. This course explores these issues through listening to a wide variety of genres, from Ligeti to the The Beatles, Mahler to Nordheim, James Brown and jazz standards to Maja Ratkje and Nordic folk music.
Course start: Tuesday, 2 September 2014 (opening seminar)
Evaluation: Students are required to present a 20-minute paper during the conference. The conference will be held at the Department of Musicology 11-12 November 2014 with the possibility for further papers 13 November if required.
International Research Seminar