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hcc12-07b.JPG Heinz Chapel, free Each year John Goldsmith and the Heinz Chapel Choir share the spotlight with outstanding high school choirs from around Pennsylvania by hosting their annual Chamber Choir Festival. Now in its 18th year, the event provides guest ensembles with an exciting performance experience and educational opportunity. This year the festival will feature a cappella choirs from Fox Chapel High School, State College High School, and Pine-Richland High School. The festival takes place at...
gamelanhouse.jpg Please join us for an hour of music played by this semester’s students, under the direction of Andrew Weintraub. Bellefield Hall Room, 309A, free
tablahands.jpg Bellefield Hall, Room 309A, free • Tintaal Theka (recited) • Tintaal Theka (played) • Mukhra (first) • Mukhra (second) • Tintaal Theka • Tintaal Qayeda: “Ride on a Rickshaw” (single-time once, double-time twice, each variation double-time once, tehai double-time once) • Tintaal Theka
Bellefield Hall Auditorium free music by Joshua Applas, Aubrey Byerly, Emily Cain Justin Cardinale, Benjamin Emata, Morton Feldman, Ben Greenwood, Eric Moe, Amanda Nowotny, Franz Schubert, and Matthew W. Shepherd performed by Callah Antonetti, Joshua Applas, Daniel Burgun, Justin Cardinale, Jamie Clifton, Ben Emata, Matt Gillespie, Ben Greenwood, Ben Harris, Clara Lee, Amanda Nowotny, Matthew W. Shepherd, and Roger Zahab
Bellefield Hall Auditorium music for strings by Béla Bartók, Johannes Brahms, Mark Fromm, Ben Harris, Maurice Ravel, Dennis Riley, Michael Stephens, and Judith Weir performed by Yee-Hin Chow, Ben Harris, Rebecca Theophanous, Wyatt True, and Jen Sternick, violins Sarah Albani, viola Ben Ristau, cello assisted by Roger Zahab on violin and viola (also free associating at the piano)
132 Music Building In this public forum, six Pitt faculty and students will practice presenting their papers for the 52nd annual Society for Ethnomusicology conference in Columbus, Ohio (October 25-28). 2:00-2:30 Emily Pinkerton “The Gendered Guitarrón: Women in the Masculine Musical Space of Chilean Poesía Popular” 2:30-3:00 Eun-Young Jung

132 Music Building, free Reception to follow

132 Music Building, free Reception to foll0w "A Maiden, a Shepherdess, and a Queen: The Parisian Assumption Vespers Services and Two Thirteenth-Century Motets"
The Birth of Musicology Out of the Spirit of Biology: Guido Adler’s Methodological Commitments Viewed Through the Spectacles of 19th-Century Evolutionary Theories 132 Music Building, free Reception to follow Guido Adler’s proposition for a musicological method in the famous article “Umfang, Methode, und Ziel der Musikwissenschaft” (1885) amounts to the first clear definition of the type of German/Austrian academic music research—the “science of music”—that has left an imprint on our own research habits. In the creation of what was then virtually a new academic field, he drew on art history, contemporary philosophy, older music research traditions, and many other sources. For the establishment of...

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