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We’re delighted to welcome Roger Moseley, Associate Professor of Music at Cornell University, who will offer a wide-ranging reflection on musical notation, digitality, and machine-readability. Roger’s first monograph, Keys to Play: Music as a Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo (2017), received the American Musicological Society’s Otto Kinkeldey Award, and he is currently at work on a related project, Romantic Artifacts: The Technological Disclosure of Nineteenth-Century Music, which subjects the songs of Schubert, the piano music of Chopin, and the orchestral music of Brahms to media-theoretical and music-analytical scrutiny. He also runs Cornell University's Active Learning Initiative project, which aims to transform the study of theory and musicianship via the integration of digital keyboards as networked communication devices as well as musical instruments.
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