Music at Glasgow is a lively and collaborative community of staff and students from around the world.
We embrace both traditional and innovative forms of music scholarship, viewing music as playing a vital role in a wider social, cultural and political context.
Our research spans five main, interconnected areas - historical musicology, performance practices, composition and sonic arts, the music industries and ethnomusicology - each of which informs our degree courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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21 OctEva Moreda Rodriguez’s monograph ‘Inventing the Recording: The Phonograph and National Culture in Spain, 1877-1914’, has recently been published by Oxford University Press as part of their Currents in Latin American and Iberian Music series.
21 OctLouise Harris's book, Composing Audiovisually: Perspectives on Audiovisual Practices and Relationships' is available now, published by Focal Point.
15 OctLaunch of Towards A Somatic Music network with performance and film as part of this year's Sound Festival.