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Have you thought about asking students to use social media resources to prep themselves at home, rather than sitting through a partial course?
For example, if the students just need to catch up on the basics, they could check out the podcast Mus…
"Part of Your World" from Disney's "The Little Mermaid" is a fabulous example of this. It basically floats around the dominant for the first couple verses, without any full cadence. As I hear it, the opening tension isn't actually resolved until t…
Have you considered asking about ear-training of elements other than intervals, rhythms, and chords, such as instrumentation, common accompaniment figures, virtuosic gestures, textures, schemata, tuning, etc?
Fabulous! Thank you so much for doing this. It's not only laypeople who will enjoy these, but music theorists as well.
How come you decided to do this in the form of a blog, as opposed to a YouTube series, podcast, webinar, etc?
I'm in the process…
Many of these journals are in English but, even so, might be unknown in the US. We were discussing this at an international conference in Tunis today and we agreed that our publications are not much more read (nor quoted) when in English than when …
We would also like to maintain a list of recent publications (and of links to those freely available on the Web), but this remained wishful thinking up to now – maintaining the necessary watch is a lot of work.
RILM does something like this, but…
Ildar, thank you for the additional sources! I found them online, and there are quite a few articles I'm excited to read. Natalya Rusanova's article on "musical dedications" in the Russian Society for Theory of Music journal is already helping me …