Monthly Archives: September 2017

Soundscapes of Australia in paperback

Fiona Richards’ edited book, The Soundscapes of Australia, has just come out in paperback. It’s been produced as part of the Routledge Paperback Direct programme, which is a way of publishing cheaper editions of successful hardbacks for customers to purchase directly from the Routledge website. The idea … Continue reading

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Certificate: The Practice of Music Making – LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER

There is still just time to register for our collaborative module presented by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the Certificate The Practice of Music Making. The Certificate counts as a 60-point Level 3 module as part of your Open … Continue reading

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A quick reminder that TODAY (21 September) is the last day to register for our MA Music modules (A873 and A874). We recently scored a 100% satisfaction rating in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (2017), and students who have completed … Continue reading

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Elaine Moohan speaks at Association of British Choral Directors Convention

Elaine Moohan, currently working on The Complete Works of Robert Johnson (due for publication in April 2018), delivered a session in conversation with Rebecca Tavener at the annual convention of the Association of British Choral Directors, Saturday 26th August 2017. … Continue reading

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Martin Clarke to give conference paper in Sweden

OU Music Lecturer Martin Clarke will present a paper at a conference on Lutheran Music Culture at Uppsala University, Sweden, next week. The conference is one of many events commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. Martin’s paper is … Continue reading

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OU Music Associate Lecturer to be published in landmark Mahler study

Mark Summerfield, who completed his PhD with the OU Music Department in 2008 and was an Associate Lecturer and Summer School Tutor on module A214: Understanding Music, is the author of Chapter 3 of the forthcoming study Rethinking Mahler edited by Jeremy … Continue reading

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