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New Courses for Fall 2020 Department of Music Cornell

Details: The music department is offering three exciting new courses in the Fall 2020 semester, including undergraduate composition, a Mozart seminar, and a class dedicated to the album. More details are below, and the entire list of courses is available online starting April 15. Composers Toolbox I (Music 3141) Instructor: Roberto Sierra

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Six stories of six weeks of virtual learning Department

Details: Over the course of a few weeks, thousands of classes – lectures and seminars, laboratory and performance courses, capstone projects and veterinary clinics – transitioned entirely online. Instructors navigated technical and logistical difficulties, as well as the shifting realities of a global pandemic.

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Individual Instructions & Lessons Department of Music

Details: Overview. Beginner Level Lessons. Beginner level lessons are not offered. Those wishing to pursue them may contact the Ithaca Community School of Music and Arts or Opus Ithaca. Our Instructors. The music lesson program offers students the opportunity to pursue collegiate level individual instruction with one of our full faculty, visiting lecturers or graduate student instructors.

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Faculty mobilize to provide virtual instruction

Details: Less-traditional courses, such as performance or community-based classes, can be more challenging to replicate online, but faculty in similar fields at Cornell and around the world are drawing inspiration from each other, Vanderlan said. “Every university is going through this, so disciplines are really stepping up in various ways,” he said.

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Syllabus Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Students may sign up for individual times online. Visit the course website and follow the link to “studios”. Grading for the semester is broken down as follows: 15% Class participation (make yourself heard in class and online) 25% Weekly/bi-weekly assignments 30% Two mid-semester performance projects (15% each) 30% Final project and performance

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Graduate Program in Composition Department of Music

Details: A good rule of thumb for composers is to take about three courses each term in year 1, two courses each term in years 2 and 3 (always including Composition as one course every term). This pace would produce a total of eight courses besides Composition, and the faculty considers that to be about right.

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The Music Major Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Performance and lessons courses focus on the individual expression and listening skills required to perform music at a high level. Such courses typically emphasize students’ musical growth, involving the broadening of horizons as well as the acquisition of advanced techniques. Prerequisites and procedures to become a music major:

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Frequently Asked Questions Department of Music Cornell

Details: Courses in the Department of Music are open to all students enrolled at Cornell, regardless of college. Some of the courses are intended primarily for music majors, but many are open to students with varying degrees of background in music or to those studying music for the first time. We recommend students start with courses at the 1000 or 2000

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Instrumental music faculty get creative in light of

Details: An additional 15 students are participating online only and making music using a new version of JackTrip opensource software, which was designed from the ground up by Parker and another wind symphony member Alex Coy ‘21. JackTrip enables online music-making and improves the latency problem that exists with most current applications.

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Department of Music shares performances online

Details: Facebook Twitter 101 Lincoln Hall / 256 East Avenue, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853 607-255-4097 • [email protected]

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Syllabus Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Visit the course website and follow the “Studios” link to sign up online. Grading for the semester is broken down as follows: 10% Attendance and class participation 30% Weekly/bi-weekly assignments 30% Two mid-semester projects (15% each) 30% Final project and performance (see semester schedule )

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Quarantunes Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Cornell Chorus and Glee Club. In 2015 at Carnegie Hall, the choirs premiered Roberto Sierra's piece Cantares, composed in honor of Cornell's 150th anniversary.The recording is now available to purchase online!. The choirs created virtual performances for the 2020 Reunion:

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Syllabus Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Facilities: Studio A is available for compositional purposes and students may sign up for times online. Please visit the course website and follow the link to studio signup for Studio A (Lincoln B27) will be our primary studio for class and work. In addition, there is a mobile rig usable for …

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The Music Minor Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: All courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better. If a course is offered S/U, a grade of S is acceptable. Admission to the minor must be declared no later than the second semester of the junior year; after the start of the seventh semester, admission is by petition only.

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Graduate Program in Musicology Department of Music

Details: Course/distribution requirements: As part of the 6 required seminars, students must take: The introductory course on Research and Critical Methodologies is team-taught by the Music Librarian and a musicologist or ethnomusicologist, and typically taken in the first semester of residency; At least one course on an ethnomusicological topic and

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Cornell Chorale creates new virtual work to mark distanced

Details: “This was crucial for me. Even though I was on campus, all of my classes were online, but this gave me the opportunity once a week to relax and calm down and focus on improving myself as a musician.” Shulman agreed that the final product is a snapshot of the fall semester of 2020.

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Thousands connect virtually for Reunion 2020 Department

Details: Alums heard from university leadership, connected with classmates, sang the alma mater and took part in important conversations on racial justice in more than 100 online events. Although some events were exclusive for classes celebrating milestone years (class years ending in 0 or 5), many were open to the entire alumni community.

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Practice Rooms/Instrument Lockers Department of Music

Details: The number of large lockers for cello, guitar, baritone saxophone or other large and/or long instrument is limited, and assignment is prioritized to students who enroll in music ensemble classes. If you would like to sign out the large locker, send an email to Fumi Nagasaki-Pracel ( [email protected] ).

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News Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Department of Music shares performances online . Learn More Sierra, Stucky concertos featured on radio program . Learn More Choral groups join in virtual listening sessions . Learn More New Courses for Fall 2020 . Learn More See a need on campus? Start a new club

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Students and faculty show resilience and creativity in

Details: Students in David Yearsley’s music journalism class created Ezra’s Ear, a blog that is available to read online. The Musicology Colloquium also continued in a virtual format with speakers from throughout the United States, and of course, great work was done in the wide variety of classes offered by the department.

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Cornell Concert Series works to keep the music playing

Details: Social distancing measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 canceled the last two shows of the spring 2020 Cornell Concert Series, challenging organizers to connect performers with fans in new ways.. Series manager Deborah Justice is posting reflections from performing artists and others – including conductors, tour agents and sound technicians. “I wanted to shed some light on how these

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Silver linings: Innovation, kits, tech animate a hybrid

Details: The course’s instructors, lecturers Lilly Jan, Douglass Miller and Ravinder Kingra, spent the summer transforming the course to virtual, pivoting the restaurant to takeout and contactless pickup, and rearranging and wiring the kitchen so students could survey it from all angles.

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Upcoming Events Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Please note that events are subject to change and are maintained on the online event calendar listings below. Stay tuned for virtual events in Spring 2021! More details about our performance spaces, including parking and accessibility information, are available online.

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Center for Historical Keyboards presents fall concerts online

Details: The Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards (CCHK) presents a full program of virtual events for the fall 2020 semester, comprised of two distinct series: "Music as Refuge," beginning Sept. 23; and "Beethoven and Pianos: Off the Beaten Path," beginning Oct. 2.. Event dates and times will be announced as they become available at historicalkeyboards.org.

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Access Fund eased pandemic’s burden on students

Details: For example, the fund has helped students lacking quiet, private spaces at home to purchase headphones, enabling them to focus on virtual classes. Daniel Sabzghabaei, a third-year doctoral student in the field of music composition, had relied for his work on pianos and keyboards in Lincoln Hall.

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Orchestra students mentor young musicians remotely

Details: Earlier this year, when classes were in session, the Cornell mentors met with their young students either weekly or every other week on campus in practice rooms reserved for them. “We are just a group of students who love what music has brought us, and we want to help our mentees have the same experience,” said Hannah Faulwell ’22, one of

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Repetition and Live looping Cornell Electroacoustic

Details: Terry Riley’s In C: please read the following page, which includes the interactive GUI’s I used in Lecture today: Terry Riley’s “In C”: A Journey Through a Musical Possibility Space

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Fitz Gibbon reflects on summer performances and looks

Details: Spinelli and Acosta have curated a monthly virtual lecture series with special guest speakers, which voice students will attend, and Fitz Gibbon’s weekly virtual studio classes will spend time with each other in discussion and performance. Students interested in voice lessons should refer to the auditions page, or email Ms. Fitz Gibbon.

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Students, faculty make art in the time of coronavirus

Details: Ernste plans to make some of the seminar projects available online. Catastrophe, grief and absence “This is precisely the time when artists go to work,” Toni Morrison, M.A. ’55, wrote in 2015 about living “in times of dread .” “There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear.

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Choral groups join in virtual listening sessions

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Syllabus Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Music 7411 (Sound Sculpture) is a course exploring several meanings of “sound sculpture” including techniques for sound manipulation and formation, sound analysis and re-synthesis, sounds in space, as well as more concrete notions of intermedia artwork.. Topics for the semester will be based on student interest and direction and may include: sound fundamentals, the physicality of sound

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Sierra Clarinet Sonata featured by NPR Department of

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Eli Marshall Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Thank you for carrying out this balancing act on campus and online. Regardless of modality, we’re here to introduce tools and the understanding to make music, and to share the results. The forum On the website, I’ve opened a discussion forum open only to members of the course. This can serve many functions – musical and acoustic concepts

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Follow up to Lecture, Sept 8th 2020 Cornell

Details: Ordinarily, video from lectures and sections will be online in the “Zoom” tab area under “Cloud recordings”, but since today I had some technical issues of my own (!), I did some slight editing to the video to add a view of items I was referring to that were not visible. See that video on Canvas in the “Files” area for the course.

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CCA Biennial launches with art projects across campus

Details: They’re being used in my courses and in Annie Lewandowski’s improvisation class.” Lewandowski and Lab of Ornithology bioacoustics researcher Katy Payne have created “Cetus: Life After Life,” a performance of recorded whale songs, Oct. 19, 6-6:30 p.m. at McGraw Tower, in a duet with Sarah Hennies on the Cornell chimes.

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$2.7 million grant expands Arts & Sciences Active Learning

Details: The economics courses that will be converted, for example, last year reached 3,434 students (majors and non-majors) across the university. “The projects chosen outline clear ideas that will improve student learning in ways that can be measured, and therefore propagated to other courses and …

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‘Mini’ dance showcase meets challenges with virtual

Details: The Mini Locally Grown Dance (MLGD) will showcase student and faculty dance performances from the Department of Performing and Media Arts (PMA), December 3–5 at 7:30 p.m. online. The events are free and open to the public but ticket reservations are required.

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Blog Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center

Details: Corey Keating is a DMA candidate at Cornell University. He holds degrees in music from San Jose State University, Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and Cornell University. Mr. Keating has taught courses in music theory, music technology, composition, and aural skills.

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Application portal opens for new Klarman Fellowships

Details: The online application portal for the inaugural Klarman Fellowships has now opened, with a deadline of Oct. 15.. The Klarman Fellowships are expected to be among the most coveted in the country, providing postdoctoral opportunities to early-career scholars of outstanding talent, initiative and promise.

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Arts and Sciences faculty honored for advising, teaching

Details: Recipients receive a stipend and a TA package for their department. The Appel fellowships have recognized faculty excellence since 1995 and give recipients a semester's sabbatical leave at full salary to write, develop new courses, conduct research or otherwise enrich their teaching and scholarship.

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Graduate Program in Keyboard Studies Department of Music

Details: The DMA program requires the following three courses: Music 6201 (Introduction to Bibliography and Research); Music 7501 (Perspectives on Performance Practice); and Music 7203 (Practicum in Performance, Research, and Curation), to be taken over the course of the first two years.

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Andrew Hicks Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Andrew Hicks’ research focuses on the intellectual history of early musical thought from a cross-disciplinary perspective that embraces philosophical, cosmological, scientific and grammatical discourse in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and spans the linguistic and cultural spheres of Latin, Greek, Persian, and Arabic.

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kevinernste Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center Page 3

Details: To sign up for a studio time on the course website, log in with the username you created. Then: 1. Go to “Studios” and click on “Sign up for studio times —>” 2. Choose a studio to sign up for from the drop-down menu. Note that at the top of this signup page, you will also see a list of your current bookings, if any.

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Roger Moseley Department of Music Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Music Theory Online 19, no. 2 (2013). “Mozart’s Harlequinade: Improvising Music alla commedia dell’arte.” Common Knowledge 17, no. 2 (2011): 335–47. “Reforming Johannes: Brahms, Kreisler, and the Piano Trio in B, op. 8.” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 132, no. 2 (2007): 252–305. (Winner of the 2008 Jerome Roche Prize

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The Steven Stucky Memorial Residency for New Music

Details: Steven Stucky Memorial Residency for New Music . The Steven Stucky Memorial Residency for New Music is envisaged as a way to bring an internationally-renowned chamber ensemble to Cornell one or two times a year, to perform new music by Cornell composers, to coach Cornell student musicians, and to collaborate with Cornell faculty on programs highlighting art music of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Louilarpprasert featured on CNN Department of Music

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New multimedia piece honoring George Floyd and others

Details: It premieres online on Sunday, September 27 at 5 pm ET and is free and open to the public. The work includes performances of original text and music by Lou Bellamy, Sarah Bellamy - artists with Penumbra Center for Racial Healing in Minneapolis - and Kim, sewn together with images and video of the powerful street art and demonstration footage

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Peraino's Lou Reed discovery featured by Rolling Stone

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