Research Snapshot

TResearch Snapshot Logohis new seminar series was established in January 2014, with the intention of creating a forum for staff members and post-graduate students in the School of Music to present their research in a compact format. Each seminar lasts for 30 minutes, affording speakers the opportunity to present on a specific element of their recent work. Topics discussed in recent seminars include nostalgia and jazz music in Star Trek: The Next Generation; rotational form in Manuel de Falla’s Concerto; the meaning and context of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire; and the music of the Britpop band, Pulp.

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