Scholar presents wide-ranging research

Dr. Nico Schüler recently presented his latest research on African-American composer Jacob J. Sawyer (1856-1885) at the Society for American Music National Conference in Rochester, NY; at the American Musicological Society National Conference; at the German Society for Music Theory International Conference in Graz, Austria; as well as at several regional conferences. At the International Conference on Music Encoding in Tours, France, he presented on the Development of Computing Technology and Its Influence on Music-Analytical Methods and Encoding. Dr. Schüler was invited to present a paper on Digital Music Research as a Bridge Between (Sub-) Disciplines at the Musicology in the Age of (Post)Globalization international conference in New York City. His research on computer-assisted analysis of expressive timing in music was presented at the 12th International Conference on Music Theory and Analysis in Belgrade, Serbia, and at several regional conferences. At the College Music Society National Conference in San Antonio, he presented on Hans Keller’s Wordless Functional Analysis.