Peculiar Attunements: How Affect Theory Turned Musical [Table Of Contents], 2020 Fordham University
Peculiar Attunements: How Affect Theory Turned Musical [Table Of Contents], Roger Mathew Grant
Peculiar Attunements places the recent turn to affect into conversation with a parallel movement that took place in European music theory of the eighteenth century. During that time the affects—or the passions, as they were also called—formed a vital component of a mimetic model of the arts. Eighteenth-century critics held that artworks imitated or copied the natural world in order to produce copies of the affects in their beholders. But music caused a problem for these thinkers, since it wasn’t apparent that musical tones could imitate anything with any dependability (except, perhaps, for the rare thunderclap or ...
Healing Through Music Therapy, 2019 Oral Roberts University
Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim
Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology
This article explores the field of music therapy as a healthcare profession to benefit various clinical populations and the way in which music therapy is a whole-person approach to healing for people with cognitive, physical, and social needs.
Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, 2019 Brigham Young University
Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, Daniel Witt
Marriott Student Review
For years, members of the music industry have debated whether music streaming services like Spotify help or hurt artists. This article explores the pros and cons of music streaming and argues that overall, Spotify and services like it are helping artists to achieve their career goals.
The Effects Of Music Therapy On Individuals Suffering From Psychiatric Disorders: A Literature Review And Look Into Future Prospects, Zachary J. Krauss
Music therapy is a field of psychology and psychotherapy that exists under the broad field of study known as expressive arts therapy. This form of therapy is experiential in nature, and it gives participants vehicles through which they can tell their stories and share their emotions while actively exploring their thoughts. Music therapy has proven to be an effective treatment for a myriad of psychological disorders, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and schizophrenia. In order to grant a base level of understanding, research was conducted examining the methods and approaches used in music therapy, along with the psychological and ...
Music Next To Theology: The Impact And Influence Of Martin Luther's Reformation On Johann Sebastian Bach, 2019 Cedarville University
Music Next To Theology: The Impact And Influence Of Martin Luther's Reformation On Johann Sebastian Bach, James H. Ryan
The artistic figure and music of Johann Sebastian Bach looms large in the history of Western arts and culture. His influences were many, but one strong influence in his life's work was that of the Protestant Reformation and the theology of the Lutheran church. Through this research, it is evident that Bach strongly held to the doctrines and theology of the Lutheran church and that his employment in the Lutheran church was not merely a vocation for him, but an outward expression of his inward religious and theological conviction. This position is evidenced by the writings and teachings of ...
The Basel Museum Of Music: Instrumental History, 2019 Cedarville University
The Basel Museum Of Music: Instrumental History, Elaina V. Hutton
Basel, Switzerland thrives with a rich musical culture and history, and the Museum of Music at the Basel Historical Museum is truly a rare gem demonstrating the influence of instruments in Swiss cultural development. The museum houses an exquisite collection of instruments which beautifully encompasses an extensive timeline of musical and instrumental diversity. Unique beauty of the uncommon and the experimental is showcased in a manner that educates and inspires. The span of genre and style demonstrated by the array of composers and instrument builders recognized imparts just how important a role music plays in Basel. For one museum to ...
Ouachita’S Division Of Music To Present Chamber Winds Concert On Oct. 21, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita’S Division Of Music To Present Chamber Winds Concert On Oct. 21, Ashley Stracener, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Division of Music will present its fall Chamber Winds Concert on Monday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in McBeth Recital Hall, located in Mabee Fine Arts Center. The concert will be free and open to the public.
Understanding The Cultural And Nationalistic Impacts Of The Moguchaya Kuchka, 2019 Cedarville University
Understanding The Cultural And Nationalistic Impacts Of The Moguchaya Kuchka, Austin M. Doub
This paper explores Russian culture beginning in the mid nineteenth-century as the leading group of composers and musicians known as the moguchaya kuchka, or The Mighty Five, sought to influence Russian culture and develop a "pure" school of Russian music amid rampant westernization. Comprised of César Cui, Alexander Borodin, Mily Balakirev, Modest Mussorgsky, and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, this group of inspired musicians opposed westernization and supported Official Nationalism by the incorporation of folklore, local village traditions, and promotion of their Tsar as a supreme political leader. In particular, the works of Balakirev, Cui, and Mussorgsky established cultural pride and contributed to ...
Hate Music On Youtube: The Dark Side Of Advancing Digital Freedom In Myanmar, 2019 University of Dayton
Hate Music On Youtube: The Dark Side Of Advancing Digital Freedom In Myanmar, Heather Maclachlan
Conference: The Social Practice of Human Rights
The International Fact-Finding Mission of the United Nations has condemned Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya people as one of the world’s worst instances of ethnic cleansing, calling it “genocidal in intent.” The Rohingya are only one of many Muslim communities in Myanmar, a number of which have been subject to violent attacks by Buddhists in recent years (Wade 2017). This presentation explains the role that music plays in fostering anti-Muslim prejudice in the country’s majority Buddhist population. I present an analysis of the lyrics and accompanying videos of a corpus of recently recorded songs, all available on Youtube ...
The Strategies And Risks Of Performing Citizenship And Rights Through Music, 2019 Ohio State University
The Strategies And Risks Of Performing Citizenship And Rights Through Music, Carolin Mueller
Conference: The Social Practice of Human Rights
My work explores the capacity of cultural producers to perform “insurgent citizenship,” a term theorized by James Holsten (2008) to describe how the peripheries of social organization can propel alternative modes of civic participation, through music. I utilize Engin Isin’s performative dimension of citizenship (2017) to investigate such forms of insurgent citizenship as they evolve in social and cultural peripheries of the contemporary arts and culture industry in the city of Dresden, Germany to identify the pathways they open to socio-political participation and autonomy for refugees.
While Germany understands itself as a nation of culture, cultural policy unevenly addresses ...
The Effects Within A Church Of A Music Program For Special Needs Students, 2019 Liberty University
The Effects Within A Church Of A Music Program For Special Needs Students, Stephanie Jean Toepoel
This project investigated the effects that a faith-based music class for special needs students had upon the students, their families, and the participating church body. Two special needs students participated in a four-week faith-based general music class sponsored by their local church. Significant spiritual growth was demonstrated by the families of the special needs students and the church body and was reported in personal interviews and anonymous surveys. The study evaluated the physical, cognitive, and spiritual progress the students demonstrated during the four-week class. Data was collected through researcher observation and journaling, audiovisual recordings, personal interviews of the assistant teacher ...
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 26, 2019, 2019 Lynn University
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 26, 2019, Robiyakhon Akromova, Guzal Isametdinova, Yiming Tang, Meng Hsin Shih, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Shiyu Liu, Feruza Dadabaeva, Abigail Rowland, Benjamin Shaposhnikov, Christa Rotolo, Aaron Small, Aaron Chan
No abstract provided.
2019-2020 Third Annual Alumni Concert, 2019 Lynn University
2019-2020 Third Annual Alumni Concert, David Suarez, Kelsey Lin, Laura Sinclair, Carlos Felipe Viña, Mario Zelaya, Roberto Henriquez, Carina Inoue, Valentin Mansurov, Marina Lenau, David Pedraza, Felicia Besan, Aziz Sapaev, Valentin Mansurov, Olga Konovalova, Stojo Miselioski, Marco Navarrete, Sharon Janezic, Guzal Isametdinova, Daniel Andai, Erika Andersen, Joseph Adkins, Michael Puryear, Jeff Adkins
20th Anniversary Concert Series
Motown Unreleased: 1969 [Various Artists], 2019 Carleton College
Motown Unreleased: 1969 [Various Artists], Andrew Flory
Motown Annotated Track Lists
Liner notes to support the digital release of the 2019 various artists collection Motown Unreleased: 1969
2019-2020 Philharmonia No. 1, 2019 Lynn University
2019-2020 Philharmonia No. 1, Lynn University Philharmonia, Guillermo Figueroa, Jon Robertson, Hugo Valverde Villalobos
The Conservatory 20th Anniversary Concert Series
Concert Date & Time: September 21, 2019 at 7:30 PM & September 22, 2019 at 4:00 PM
- Rêverie et Caprice for Violin and Orchestra, H. 88 / Hector Berlioz
- Guillermo Figueroa, violin
- Jon Robertson, conductor
- Horn Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 11 / Richard Strauss
- Hugo A. Valverde, horn (B.M. 2016)
- Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, Op. 100 / Sergei Prokofiev
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 19, 2019, 2019 Lynn University
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 19, 2019, Klyde Ledamo, Sharon Villegas, Shuyi Wang, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Naomi Franklin
A conversational event with Hugo Valverde took place at the end of this forum.
Crawford, Margaret (Fa 1332), 2019 Western Kentucky University
Crawford, Margaret (Fa 1332), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Folklife Archive Project 1332. Collection of folk songs amassed by Margaret Crawford for a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University. Includes both published songs and songs collected from informants from south central Kentucky. Crawford includes song, name of informant, date of birth, city of residence, and date collected. Also includes a brief essay titled “The Spiritual: An American Folksong.”
All Access: A Backstage Pass To A Collaborative, Undergraduate Music Journal, 2019 University of the Pacific
All Access: A Backstage Pass To A Collaborative, Undergraduate Music Journal, Michele Gibney, Keith Hatschek, Nicole Wasnock
Conservatory of Music Faculty Presentations
The number of currently publishing, student run music journals can be counted on one hand. And of those, only half are for undergraduates. At University of the Pacific, the Conservatory of Music started a music industry analysis and opinion journal in 2018. Edited and written by undergraduate students, Backstage Pass has published two issues totaling 47 papers. The benefits of journal writing, editing, publishing and hosting are numerous from many different stakeholder points of view. The collaborative effort is shared between the University Libraries (hosts the institutional repository where the journal is published and offers technical support) and the Conservatory ...
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 12, 2019, 2019 Lynn University
2019-2020 Performance Forum - September 12, 2019, Aaron Small, Mario Rivieccio, Tyler Coffman, Aaron Chan
No abstract provided.
“Where Words Fail, Music Speaks”: The Experience Of Adapting Literature To Music, 2019 Southern Utah University
“Where Words Fail, Music Speaks”: The Experience Of Adapting Literature To Music, Laney J. Fowle
UReCA: The NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity
Adaptation is a relatively new yet growing academic field consisting mainly of research on the modification of book into film. This study endeavors to expand the discourse on adaptation to the modal transformation of literary works to music. By using this specific adaptive type to examine the process and functionality of adapted works, I was able to address several key aspects of modern adaptation, including the hot-button issue of fidelity to an established source text, the role of adaptor as co-author, and the ability of solitary artistic modes to augment each other when combined. The resulting personal attempts at adaptation ...