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Colloquia Lent Term 2011

26 January
William Quillen (University of Cambridge)
Cage in the USSR

2 February
Roni Granot-Yeger (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
A Musical puzzle: From a single chord to the Sonata form

9 February
Stefan Gasch (Vienna University)
Ludwig Senfl’s Early Motets

16 February
John Rink (University of Cambridge – Inaugural Lecture)
The Practice of Performance Studies

23 February
Milla Tiainen (Anglia Ruskin University)
Toward an affective and aesthetic turn? Propositions for a cultural study of music beyond the paradigm of meaning

2 March
Eric Wen (Mannes College, The New School for Music, New York)
An Unprecedented Network of Disorientations, Dissonances, Rhythmic Obscurities, and Atmospheric Dislocations: the Introduction to Mozart’s ‘Dissonance’ Quartet

Thursday 10 March
Roger Bowers (University of Cambridge)
Monteverdi’s Mass, Motets and Vespers of 1610: the secret life of a masterpiece

14 March (Wort Lecture Series)
Ingrid Monson (Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Harvard University)
On the Sensory Turn in Musical Inquiry

16 March (Wort Lecture Series)
Ingrid Monson (Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Harvard University)
Race and Music in the 21st Century

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