Master of Arts in Music

Faculty

Advisor: William Rothstein

Mark Anson-Cartwright, Assistant Professor, PhD 1998, City University of New York: theorist, Schenkerian analysis

Henry Burnett, Professor, PhD 1978, City University of New York: musicologist, ethnomusicologist; seventeenth through eighteenth centuries; style criticism; Japanese music

David W. Gagné, Associate Professor, PhD 1988, City University of New York: theorist, Schenkerian analysis

Hubert S. Howe, Jr., Professor, PhD 1972, Princeton University: composer; computer synthesis of electronic music

Jeff W. Nichols, Associate Professor, PhD 1990, Harvard University: composer

Arbie Orenstein, Professor, PhD 1968, Columbia University: musicologist, pianist; French music, 1870–1940

William N. Rothstein, Professor, PhD 1981, Yale University: theorist, Schenkerian analysis, analysis of rhythm

Bruce S. Saylor, Professor, PhD 1978, City University of New York: composer, composers’ workshop

David Schober, Assistant Professor, PhD 2004, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor: music theory, composition

Edward Smaldone, Professor, PhD 1986, City University of New York: composer

Anne J. Stone, Associate Professor, PhD 1994, Harvard University: Medieval and Renaissance music

Emily Wilbourne, Assistant Professor, PhD 2008, NYU: Musicology, early 17th-century Italian theatrical music, gender and sexuality

 

Degree Requiremnents
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