ISSN 2158-5296
AAWM JOURNAL VOL. 4 NO. 2 (2015)
Global Musical Possibilities: An Interview with Composer-Theorist Robert Cogan

Lawrence Shuster

In this interview Lawrence Shuster asks Robert Cogan questions about his experiences with musics beyond the Western art mainstream, including his educational background, pedagogical practices, and scholarly pursuits.

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Lawrence Shuster is an assistant professor at The College of St Rose in Albany, NY. He is the founding editor of the journal Analytical Approaches to World Music and director of the similarly named biennial international conference series.

Robert Cogan (The New England Conservatory of Music) is an internationally acclaimed composer and theorist. His music appears on the Centaur, Delos, Leo, Music and Arts, and Neuma recording labels. His books include Sonic Design: The Nature of Sound and Music and Sonic Design: Practice and Problems (1976) co-authored with Pozzi Escot, as well as his New Images of Musical Sound which won the Society of Music Theory's Outstanding Publication Award in 1987. His most recent books are Music Seen, Music Heard (1998) and The Sounds of Song (1999).

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