"This wide-ranging and ear-opening collection explores the often rich and dynamic space between tone and timbre. Engaging diverse repertories from a variety of interpretive angles, this volume provides a wonderful survey that demonstrates how "pursuing the tone" can be crucial to understanding popular music." -- John Covach, Director, University of Rochester Institute for Popular Music, Professor of Theory, Eastman School of Music
Robert Fink is Professor of Musicology at UCLA and a past President of IASPM-US. He focuses on music after 1965, with special interests in minimalism, popular music, and the intersection of cultural and music-analytical theory. He has published widely in musicological journals, and is the author of Repeating Ourselves (2005), a book-length study of the minimal music of Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and others as a cultural reflection of American consumer society in the mass-media age.
Melinda Latour is Rumsey Family Assistant Professor of Musicology at Tufts University. She has received numerous awards, including the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship, and the Newberry Library École nationale des chartes Exchange Fellowship. Her work appears in the Journal of Musicology (2015), the Revue de musicologie (2016), and the Cambridge History of Sixteenth-Century Music (forthcoming).
Zachary Wallmark is Assistant Professor of Musicology at SMU Meadows School of the Arts. His research explores the contribution of timbre to affective response, aesthetic judgment, and empathy in popular music and jazz, using methods from musicology and the cognitive sciences.
He is currently at work on a monograph tentatively titled Nothing but Noise: Timbre and Musical Meaning at the Edge (Oxford). Wallmark is the recipient of an NEH Fellowship (2017-18).
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