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May 2021

17 May

SCORD Seminar: Manuel Martínez-Burgos & Piers Kennedy

Manuel Martínez-Burgos – Prosody as a Resource in Musical Composition This presentation will explore the notion of prosody and its relationship to musical composition. Piers Kennedy - Drawing a Line in the Sand This presentation undertakes a critical engagement with the relationships composers have with notation as they relate to…

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18 May

Research Colloquium: Mari Jo Velasco (Princeton)

Noëls of Southwest France and the Politics of Folk Song Collecting in the 19th Century If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: As Parisian scholars and regional intellectuals rushed to preserve folk songs…

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Oxford Seminar in Music Theory & Analysis | David Bretherton (University of Southampton)

May 19 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Queering and cripping Schubert’s Atlas Register here using this online form. Spaces are limited to 100 places and will be offered on a first come first served basis. Please note that the deadline to register for this event is 11.30am on 19 May. Instructions for joining the session will be…

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25 May

Research Colloquium: Sanna Raninen (Uppsala Universitet)

Making Music Manuscripts in Post-Reformation Sweden: Books of Liturgy as Evidence of the Musical, Material and Social Networks of the Swedish Clergy If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: The surviving liturgical music…

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26 May

Oxford Seminar in the Psychology of Music: Ian Cross (University of Cambridge)

Ian Cross, Affiliative Interaction in Music and Speech Please sign up here: https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/ospom-professor-ian-cross Abstract: Most research into language-music relationships has privileged language in the comparisons that it makes between the two domains. Music has generally been explored as though it were a sonic domain made up of complex patterns that…

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31 May

SCORD Seminar: Brandon Qi & Dr Thomas Hyde

Brandon Qi - Hexatonic Collection  I will present an overview of various perspectives in different analytical systems on the hexatonic collection, pc set 6-20. Dr Thomas Hyde - "I know where the Seventh Earl of Lucan is ...":  Opera Duets for Scoundrels. All to be explained... To receive the Zoom link please…

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June 2021

1 Jun

Research Colloquium: Sarah Hill (Oxford)

Gender and Taste in 1970s Rock Criticism If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: Progressive rock is a genre primarily populated by men, whether as musicians, producers, or audience members. It is a…

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8 Jun

Research Colloquium: W. Anthony Sheppard (Williams (US))

Lady Gaga's Vocal Masking If you are a university member, please sign up using this form by 4pm on the day. If you are a non-University member, please email ella.marshall-shepherd@sjc.ox.ac.uk. Abstract: Over the past decade, masked performance has become increasingly prevalent in both popular music and political protests. This masking includes literal facial…

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14 Jun

Diversity and the British String Quartet Symposium

Diversity and the British String Quartet brings together composers, performers, students, and academics to explore issues of diversity in British classical music through the case study of the string quartet. The string quartet - and British classical music in general - are associated with elitism and exclusivity, yet historically the…

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14 Jun

SCORD Seminar: Workshop of new works for wind trio

All new pieces written for the SCORD call for works will be workshopped by the exceptional student wind trio at Oxford University, featuring Ewan Millar, winner of the Woodwind Category in BBC Music's Young Musician 2020. To receive the Zoom link please email leo.geyer@music.ox.ac.uk. About the series Convened by DPhil composers…

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