Maryam Moshaver, MA (Sorbonne, Université de Paris IV), PhD (Columbia)
Dr. Maryam Moshaver joined the Department of Music in 2005. Her research focuses on the history of music theory and its intersections with philosophy and aesthetics, the interfaces of music and poetry, and phenomenology. She currently serves on the editorial board of Music Theory Spectrum.
"Telos and Temporality: Phenomenology and the Experience of Time in Lewin's Study of Perception," Journal of the American Musicological Society 65/1 (Spring 2012), 197–214.
"The Poetics of Music Theory and the Writings of Rameau and Hauptmann," Tijdschrift voor Musiektheorie 15/3 (2010), 155–168.
"Structure as Process: Re-reading Hauptmann's use of Dialectical Form," Music Theory Spectrum 31/2 (Fall 2009), 262–283.
Elementary contrapuntal writing; analysis of Baroque and Classical Music. Prerequisites: MUSIC 150 or 155 and 156.
Advanced analysis, study of works from the late Classical and Romantic repertoire. Prerequisite: MUSIC 255.
Prerequisite: MUSIC 455 or 456.
Prerequisite: consent of Department.