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Fermata Lecture: Sam Girling & Michael Weiss

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PRESENTATION: School of Music Festival

The School of Music’s Fermata lecture series was founded by Associate Professor Allan Badley and Senior Lecturer Davinia Caddy with an eye to expressing and explaining distinctive specialisms and issues pertaining to the study and history of music.

In this session, two of the School’s doctoral candidates, Michael Weiss and Samuel Girling, present their current research in an enlightening joint Fermata presentation.

Former Drake Medal awardee, Michael, will discuss the depth of dependence on galant schemata by Victorian composers as he presents from his dissertation, Representing music through music: galant schemata as musical stereotypes in the nineteenth century.

Meanwhile, final-year doctoral candidate Samuel Girling will discuss his thesis, From the drawing room to the ballroom: the tambourine’s contribution to music and dance in English country houses during the early nineteenth century, as he considers the emergence and decline of unconventional percussion repertoire during the Victorian era.




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