Justin London, professor of music, gave the Keynote Address, “Toward a Global Understanding of Musical Metre,” at the Musical Metre in Comparative Perspective conference, which took place March 4 through 6. The conference was dedicated to Professor London’s work on cross-cultural models of musical rhythm and meter, and featured respondents and scholars from North America, Scandinavia, and the European Union. London also presented a second paper, “Stravinsky’s Hiccups: Cognitive and Aesthetic Aspects of Metric Ambiguity,” in addition to his keynote.
London Gives Keynote Address at Musical Metre in Comparative Perspective Conference
April 19, 2013