Dr Sarah Collins, a musicologist at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, has been awarded a Postdoctoral Publication Grant by the Monash University European and EU Centre for her project titled Historiographical Dispositions: internationalism and music historiography in Britain 1900-1940.
The project will contribute to our understanding of European cultural history before and after WWI by extrapolating how the practice of history-writing among selected British composers at the time became a vehicle for a variety of political, aesthetic and moral agendas that flowed specifically from the local reception of Continental musical modernism and its attendant ethos.
Robert Burke, head of the Sir Zelman Cowan School of Music, said that the grant was a reflection of the quality of Dr Collins’ research and will add significantly to the School of Music’s intellectual reach across the university.
Musicological Society of Australia – Winner
Lisa Young, a PhD (Music Performance) candidate, was announced as a co-winner of this year’s Student Prize at the conclusion of the annual conference of the Musicological Society of Australia (Victorian Chapter). Her award-winning paper entitled “The Eternal Pulse: the evolving nature of Konnakol in contemporary performance, linking to its expression in the author’s work“, was in the words of one of the adjudicators, “an excellent example of a performance study that rests upon a substantive base of conceptual research.” The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music was represented by seven student papers with topics ranging from Verdi, Falla, 19th-century French trumpet playing, Amercian literature and popular music to contemporary Indonesian compositon, and music within the disabled community. This demonstrates admirably the diversity of student-based research that is currently being undertaken within the School.
Professor John Griffiths publishes article: Fantasy or Reality? The Vihuela in the Works of Cabezón
FANTASY OR REALITY? THE VIHUELA IN THE WORKS OF CABEZÓN Antonio de Cabezón (c.1510-1566) was … Continue reading Professor John Griffiths publishes article: Fantasy or Reality? The Vihuela in the Works of Cabezón
Bronia Kornhauser delivers annual Leo Baeck lecture
Ethnomusicologist Bronia Kornhauser was invited to deliver the 11th Annual Leo Baeck Lecture earlier this … Continue reading Bronia Kornhauser delivers annual Leo Baeck lecture
Free public lecture by ethnomusicologist and anthropologist Steven Feld
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music present a public lecture by Steven Feld Event details:Wednesday 6th May, 7.30pmSchool … Continue reading Free public lecture by ethnomusicologist and anthropologist Steven Feld
Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University, invites proposals for papers and presentations … Continue reading Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music
Joseph Tawadros to give Keynote Address at School of Music Conference
As part of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music’s 50th anniversary celebrations, acclaimed composer … Continue reading Joseph Tawadros to give Keynote Address at School of Music Conference
Dr John Garzoli awarded a Post-Doctoral position at Khon Kaen University
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music are thrilled to announce that Adjunct Research Associate and ethnomusicologist … Continue reading Dr John Garzoli awarded a Post-Doctoral position at Khon Kaen University
New publication by Dr Paul Watt
A new publication by Monash musicologist Dr Paul Watt explores the relationships in vocabularies about … Continue reading New publication by Dr Paul Watt
Student Rachel London First to Complete Internship with MAMU
Rachel London, a third-year musicology student, has completed the first-ever internship offered by the Sir … Continue reading Student Rachel London First to Complete Internship with MAMU
Latest Book Publication by Musicologist Dr Paul Watt
Dr Paul Watt, a senior lecturer in musicology in the Sir Zelman Cowen School of … Continue reading Latest Book Publication by Musicologist Dr Paul Watt
The Second International Symposium on the Malay Musical Arts of Indonesia’s Riau Islands (SIRI)
In the past decade, a growing literature has emerged on the phenomena of sound and body movement in relation to the human emotions and senses.
Dr Paul Watt to Convene International Conference on Musical Biography
Monash Musicologist to Convene International Conference on Musical Biography: Dr Paul Watt from the Sir … Continue reading Dr Paul Watt to Convene International Conference on Musical Biography
Call for Papers: Musical Biography
Call for Papers – Musical biography: National ideology, Narrative technique, and the Nature of myth … Continue reading Call for Papers: Musical Biography