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Music : Research Interests

Composition

  1. Stephen Jaffe, Composition
  2. Roman Testroet, Renaissance music, Eucharistic theology, liturgy

Ensemble Directors

  1. Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant, Verena Moesenbichler-Bryant serves as Assistant Professor of the Practice of ...
  2. Bradley Simmons, Djembe and Afro-Cuban drumming

Ethnomusicology

  1. Paul Berliner, Improvisation, oral tradition, creativity and music learning processes
  2. Louise Meintjes, The politics of music production, the intersection of song and dance, voice, the arts and human rights
  3. Philip Rupprecht, analysis of 20th-century art music; British music; the avant-garde
  4. R. Larry Todd, 18th-20th Century music, music of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, and Beethoven
  5. Jacqueline Waeber, Music and philosophy of the arts; Opera studies; French musical culture

Musicology

  1. Thomas Brothers, Popular music, Jazz, Late Medieval And Early Renaissance Music, African-American Music
  2. Paul R. Bryan, Musicologist, specializing in music of the so-called Classic Period of the Eighteenth Century interest, in particular Johann Baptist Wanhal
  3. Bryan Gilliam, German Opera, Vienna, Wagner, Strauss, Film Music, and 19th & 20th Century
  4. Scott A. Lindroth, I compose instrumental and vocal music as well as work ...

Performance: Brass and Percussion

  1. Don Eagle, trumpet
  2. Michael Kris, Trombone and Tuba
  3. Nicholas Stoia, Nicholas Stoia holds a doctorate in music theory from the ...
  4. John P Supko, Electroacoustic Music, Computer-assisted composition

Performance: Keyboard

  1. John V. Brown, big band music, Big Band Music, big bands--united states, Big Bands--united States, jazz, Jazz, jazz ensembles, Jazz Ensembles, jazz musicians, Jazz Musicians, solo instrument music (jazz), Solo Instrument Music (jazz)
  2. Susan Greenberg, class piano
  3. Anthony M. Kelley, Post-19th Century Composition, African-American Music Making, Performance, New Blues, and Improvisation, Film Music, Documentary Film/Video/Music
  4. Pei Fen Liu, Piano
  5. Randall M. Love, Piano, fortepiano and music for modern dance
  6. Edmund Paolantonio, Jazz Piano
  7. Rebecca Troxler, Flute music and performance practice of all periods.I

Performance: Strings

  1. Jonathan E. Bagg, Ciompi Quartet, Viola and Chamber Music

  2. Harry L. Davidson, Orchestral Conducting, Opera Conducting, Music History
  3. Susan R. Dunn, Voice and Opera
  4. Hsiao-Mei Ku, Ciompi Quartet and Chinese Music and Heritage
  5. Robert Parkins, Early Iberian Keyboard Music, German Romantic Organs
  6. Eric N. Pritchard, Ciompi Quartet, Violin and Alexander Technique, Baroque violin performance practice
  7. Frederic B. Raimi, Ciompi Quartet and Cello
  8. Randy Reed, Guitar
  9. Rodney Wynkoop, Choral Conducting

Performance: Voice

  1. Sandra Cotton, Vocal Pedagogy, Voice Rehabilitation, Stage Movement
  2. Penelope Jensen, Voice

Performance: Woodwinds

  1. Susan Fancher, A much sought after performer of new music, Dr. Susan ...
  2. Jimmy Gilmore, clarinet
  3. David Heid, Piano
  4. Elizabeth B. Linnartz, Diction, Vocal pedagogy, Vocal literature, Music and theology

Musicology

  1. Samantha D. Arten, Late medieval and Renaissance English music, Italian Baroque vocal music
  2. Imani D. Mosley, Gender Studies, Dance History, Gay and Lesbian History, Twentieth-century Music, American music, Contemporary Opera, Benjamin Britten
  3. Andrew C Pester, Music in the Third Republic, France (1870-1940). Professional Affiliations: American ...
  4. Kirsten E. Santos Rutschman, 19th century music, music and translation, orchestral music, Lieder, Swedish music

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