Publications & Recordings
Here are some of the publications and recordings:
Matthew Rahaim's (Global Creative Studies) book Ways of Voice was published in Oct. 2021. The book explores techniques of voice production in North India, from Bollywood to raga music to ghazal to devotional hymns and Sufi song.
Alex Lubet (Global Creative Studies) and Maja Radovanlija's (guitar) album, The Enchanted Guitar Forest (Big Round Records), was released in February 2016.
Guerino Mazzola (Global Creative Studies) and School of Music graduate students Maria Mannone and Yan Pang, along with undergraduate students Margaret O'Brien and Nathan Torunsky, recently completed a book titled All About Music: Realities, Communication, Semiotics, Embodiment. All About Music will be published as a part of Spring Press's Computational Music Science series in Fall 2016. This book is the result of Mazzola's course How to Write a Scientific Music Book.
David Damschroder's (music theory) the fifth volume in Harmony Project (Cambridge University Press) titled Harmony in Beethoven, has been published. The next volume, Harmony in Mendelssohn and Schumann, is finished and currently under review with Cambridge, while his Tonal Analysis: A Schenkerian Perspective, already under contract at W. W. Norton, will go into production this summer. Damschroder's next volume will be Harmony in Verdi.
Dean Sorenson (jazz) contributed a chapter to the latest in the Teaching Music Through Performance series, published by GIA Publications.
Adriana Zabala (voice) is collaborating on a project of the songs of Louis Durey headed by pianist and alumna Jocelyn Dueck (collaborative piano, student of Timothy Lovelace). Dueck and Zabala recently recorded 15 of Durey's unpublished songs in New York City with Grammy Award-winning recording engineer Adam Abeshouse. Other singers included on the recording are Jesse Blumberg, William Burden, and Sidney Outlaw. The recording will be released in Summer 2016, to coincide with the digital release of many Durey manuscripts. Zabala will join her colleagues in November 2016 for a performance of the Durey songs at Brooklyn's National Sawdust. Photo (left to right): Adam Abeshouse, Jocelyn Dueck, and Adriana Zabala.