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Indian classical music, or Hindustani music, is revered as one of the world’s more complex and theoretical musical systems. Despite the values placed on demonstrating this necessary knowledge base and observing the conventions of musical performance, Hindustani music remains to … Continue reading
In a very interesting article appearing in November 2012, in The New Yorker (“The Vast Recorded Legacy of the Grateful Dead”), Nick Paumgarten writes about many aspects of the culture surrounding the Grateful Dead. However, his perspective is unique in that it … Continue reading
One of my primary interests in teaching and studying music is the relationship and dynamic that develops between the student and teacher. As a teacher it is my responsibility to ensure that I guide my students toward a working knowledge, … Continue reading
I am attempting to add new content to this site on a more regular basis. Now that I have finished with my MA I can again focus on music and education. For those interested here is a link to my … Continue reading
Not so much a blog entry as an upcoming event. Thursday November 25 the UBC African Drum and Dance Ensemble will be performing at 12:00 noon in the Music building. The performance is free and open to the public.