Monthly Archives: September 2011

‘Music and Place’ Research Day

The Department is planning a Research Day on the theme of ‘Music and Place’ to take place in the Music Research Studio (on the Milton Keynes campus) on Monday 5th December. More details will be available soon, but for now … Continue reading

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Welcome to Dr Ben Winters, the Department’s new Lecturer!

During the summer we were delighted to welcome Ben Winters to the Department as Lecturer in Music. Ben is a film music specialist, and will be presenting a paper entitled Viewed from the Podium: Concert Scenes and Film Narrative as guest speaker at … Continue reading

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Postgraduate Research Day – 5th October

The next Postgraduate Research Day will take place in the Music Research Studio on Wednesday 5th October, with an exciting and varied programme of the latest research from our postgraduate students. Anyone who wishes to attend should email Catherine Tackley … Continue reading

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PhD Studentship in collaboration with the National Library of Wales

Music traditions and cultural history Based at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth One full-time, three year PhD studentship available from 1 January 2012 The National Library of Wales holds extensive and important archives relating to musical traditions in Wales, … Continue reading

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Don Juan: Interdisciplinary Symposium

23 September 2011 1030 – 1730 The Institute of Musical Research and Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London The Don Juan story is one of the most enduring of modern cultural myths, with retellings and versions spanning … Continue reading

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Welcome to the blog for the Music Department at The Open University!

We will be using this blog to keep you up to date with our news and events. We teach a wide range of musical styles and techniques at all levels, offering students the opportunity to engage with music from the medieval … Continue reading

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