Music Research Seminars
Research Presentations: Semester 2: January–March 2017
The School of Music offers a regular platform for presentations of ongoing research in all aspects of music, ranging from historical musicology through ethnomusicology to composition and creative work in performance.
Invited guest speakers present Research Seminars, while staff and postgraduates present Research Snapshots; both types can range from discussions of ongoing research to presentations of completed projects.
Each talk takes place at 5:15pm on Tuesday in the Mathias Hall in the School of Music, and is followed by refreshments. All welcome.
Contact: Stephen Rees email@example.com
|Tuesday 24 January 2017||Research Snapshot||Richard Craig (Bangor University)
Émoi et Moi: A Performer’s Analysis of Émoi for Solo Bass Flute by Evan Johnson
|Tuesday 31 January 2017||Research Seminar||Dr James Cook (University of Sheffield)
The Strange Disappearance of English Music in the Late Fifteenth Century
|Tuesday 7 February 2017||Research Seminar||Dr Conor Caldwell (Queen's University Belfast)
‘The Long Road to Glenties’: Pete Seeger meets the Donegal Fiddler, John Doherty
|Tuesday 14 February 2017||Research Seminar||Owen Burton (University of York)
From Birdsong to Journey’s End: Who is Rautavaara?
|Tuesday 21 February 2017||Research Snapshot||Dr Jesse Ronneau (Bangor University)
K. (or that time Webern tried to kill Kafka): Opera as Research
|Tuesday 7 March 2017||Research Snapshot||Professor Pwyll ap Siôn (Bangor University)
Prima Pratica, Seconda Pratica: mapping new tonalities at the end of the twentieth century
|Tuesday 14 March 2017||Research Seminar||
Dr Caroline Bithell (University of Manchester)
|Tuesday 21 March 2017||Research Snapshot||Dr Gwawr Ifan (Bangor University / Y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol)
Hidden Corners: A Qualitative Inquiry into the Impact of an Intergenerational Music Residency for Young People and Care Home Residents
|Tuesday 28 March 2017||Research Seminar||Dr Christian Leitmeir (Oxford University)
Beyond Trent: Secular Music as Catalyst for the Reform of Catholic Church Music in the 16th Century