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Donald Trump called Rachmaninov an "enemy of music," Messiaen a "liar," Mozart a "phoney," and Bach "derivative." Should we care?
(Or, how do we do politics in music scholarship?)
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Ansatte, stipendiater, sang- og instrumentallærere opptrer.
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We invite you to the presentation of the results from the two-day workshop that intends to explore how contemporary music can promote aesthetic diversity.
Guests: George Lewis and Rolf-Erik Nystrøm
Genre matters. Or does it?
What is the historical relationship between musicology and nationalism, and what should we do about it?
What counts as evidence in experiment-driven music sciences?
What (if any) are the responsibilities of music studies beyond the field's self-preservation?
(E.g. animal rights, environmental issues, human rights, health & well-being, economics, knowledge, etc.)
*A special session, attended by Professor Georgina Born, featuring:
Radano, Ronald Michael. and Bohlman, Philip. V. (2000). “Introduction: Music and Race, Their Past, Their Presence”. In Radano and Bohlman (eds) Music and the Racial Imagination. Chicago: University of Chicago Press: 1-44.
The next Nordic Sounds Meeting will be an informal workshop where research group participants can come together and discuss critical themes and issues related to on-going research on music in the Nordic countries.
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. We will meet again in September.
Siegert, Bernhard. 2015. "Introduction: Cultural Techniques" and "Chapter 10: Door Logic, or the Materiality of the Symbolic". Cultural Techniques. New York: Fordham University Press: 1–17 & 192–205 (PDF requires login).
Fornäs, Johan. 2012. "Post-Anti-Hermeneutics" in Jan Fredrik Hovden & Karl Knapskog (eds.) Hunting high and low: Skriftfest til Jostein Gripsrud på 60-årsdagen. Oslo: Scandinavian Academic Press: 490–518 (PDF requires login).
Brackett, David. 2016. "Introduction", "Crossover Dreams", and "Notes Toward a Conclusion." Categorizing Sound: Genre and Twentieth-Century Popular Music. Berkeley: University of California Press: 1–40, 280–323, 324–333 (PDF requires login).
Cronon, William. 1995. “The Trouble with Wilderness; or, Getting Back to the Wrong Nature.” in William Cronon (ed.). Uncommon Ground: Rethinking the Human Place in Nature. New York: W. W. Norton & Co: 69–90 (PDF requires login).
Tenzer, Michael. 2006. “Introduction: Analysis, Categorization, and Theory Musics of the World.” in Michael Tenzer (ed.) Analytical Studies in World Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 3–38 (PDF requires login).
Goehr, L. (2007). “Introduction” & “After 1800: The Beethoven Paradigm”. In The Imaginary Museum of Musical Works: An Essay in the Philosophy of Music [revised ed.]. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-9 & 205-242 (PDF, requires login).