Music Research Day, Friday 4th October

The next Research Day will take place on Friday 4th October in the Music Research Studio on the Milton Keynes campus.

The programme showcases some of the latest research from our postgraduate students and staff. All are welcome to attend, please email Music Department Co-ordinator Shirley Parsons s.a.parsons@open.ac.uk to reserve your place. Lunch will be provided, so please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

10:00 Coffee and welcome
10:30 Lucy Cradduck ‘Point of Departure’: the enduring influence of theosophy on the composer Edmund Rubbra
11:00 Angelo Pinto  A narrative research approach to Mahler’s Tenth: a theoretical framework
11:30 Ben Winters Idolising the Score: Indiana Jones Hypertexts on the Small Screen
12:00 Robert Samuels Silence Will Fall When the Question is Asked: Notes on Schumann’s Unspeakable
Interpretations
12:45 LUNCH
1:30 Alan Karass From Yerevan to Watertown: The Search for Authentic Armenian Music on Both Sides of the Atlantic
2:00 Rosemary Golding Defining (academic) music in nineteenth-century Britain
2:45 Celebration of the publication of Rosemary Golding’s book Music and Academia in Victorian Britain (Ashgate)

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1 Response to Music Research Day, Friday 4th October

  1. Tom Hewitt says:

    Thanks are due to Catherine and everyone else who contributed to this excellent and eclectic day of thought-provoking papers. It even included a live trans-Atlantic contribution. It is always nice to see what other students are pursuing in their research. I’m now in touch with a fellow-student, whom I had not previously met, discussing elements of mutual musico-philosophical interest. I am looking forwards to the next research day.

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