The Musicology and Ethnomusicology programs at UF had one of the strongest participations at the prestigious Joint Meeting of the American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory in San Antonio, TX, November 1-4, 2018. The presentations by two faculty members and three students demonstrate the diversity of paper topics and the wide range of specializations in the programs.
Navid Bargrizan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Composition, presented “Polymodality, Polyphony, and Microtonality in Hamidreza Dibazar’s Persian Quartet.”
Terri Brinegar, PhD student in Ethnomusicology, 2018, presented “The Vocal Sounds of Tradition on the Recorded Sermons of Reverend A. W. Nix.”
Silvio dos Santos. Associate Professor of Musicology, presented “‘Listen to him!’: Villa-Lobos’s Indigenism in His Symphony No. 10 ‘Ameríndia’ (1952-54).”
Pablo Marquine da Fonseca, PhD student in Musicology, presented “Claudio Santoro, Música Viva, and the Emergence of German Modernism in Brazilian Music.”
Emily Theobald, PhD student in Musicology, presented “‘The Guilty to be Judged’: Penderecki’s Lacrimosa (1980), the Gdańsk Monument, and the Solidarity Movement.”