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WoNoMute is presenting Tone Åse and her seminar: "Voice, Electronics and Improvisation: Artistic Material and Musical Roles".
This month's WoNoMute seminar features Alexandra Murray-Leslie: The Liberation of the Feet: Costuming the Foot for Theatrical Audiovisual Expression As a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’
WoNoMute is presenting Miranda Moen and her seminar: "Diversity, Ableism and Technology in Music".
What is the historical relationship between musicology and nationalism, and what should we do about it?
Genre matters. Or does it?
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
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?)
*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.
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).