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Colloquia Easter Term 2008

23/04/08
Rebecca Maloy (University of Colorado at Boulder)
“Compositional Planning” in the Old Hispanic Sacrificia

30/04/08
Martin Rohrmeier (University of Cambridge)
The role of implicit knowledge in music cognition

07/05/08
Tim Blanning (University of Cambridge)
The sacralisation of music 1750-1850

14/05/08
Suzannah Clark (University of Oxford)
On the Imagination of Tone in Two Songs by Schubert: A Riemannian and Schenkerian Perspective

21/05/08
Mary Ann Smart (University of California, Berkeley)
Partenope, Elizabeth, and the Limits of Allegory: Rossini in Naples, 1815-7

26/05/08
James Webster (Cornell University)
The Act IV Finale of Le nozze di Figaro: Dramatic and Musical Construction

04/06/08
Michael Klein (Temple University)
Tonal Music’s Ironic Narratives

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