Monthly Archives: May 2017

Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound

This month sees the publication of a major new work in the field of screen-music studies: the Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound, which is co-edited by Music Department Lecturer Ben Winters. In its 600+ pages, it features 47 chapters written … Continue reading

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Martin Clarke gives keynote lecture at conference on hymnody

Lecturer Martin Clarke gave a keynote lecture on ‘Moravian influences on Methodist hymnody’ at the conference My Heart Strangely Warmed on 20 May. The conference, which explored the role of hymnody in the Lutheran, Moravian, and Methodist churches, was one … Continue reading

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Applications Being Accepted for Certificate: The Practice of Music Making

Applications are now being accepted for study starting in October 2017 on Certificate: The Practice of Music Making, a one-year programme developed by Trinity Laban in collaboration with the Open University. The certificate offers an opportunity to develop practical music making and … Continue reading

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Bach study afternoon with the OAE, 20 May

  OU academics Helen Coffey and Robert Samuels will present a study afternoon at Kings Place, London on 20 May as part of the department’s academic partnership with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE). The event looks at the contexts and … Continue reading

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May Academic of the Month: Sean Williams

This last month has seen my attention spread widely across several different projects, all at different stages of commencement or completion. In addition to working on a new three year research proposal which will relate electronic musical instruments with collections … Continue reading

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