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The School of Music at the University of Leeds is one of the largest and most diverse academic music departments in the country. The School has an international reputation for research and brings together acclaimed scholars, composers and performers in purpose-built premises at the heart of the Leeds campus.Read More
Five-yearly national assessment exercise gives thumbs up to department's record
Long-running TV quiz show pairs cross-border competitors in Christmas broadcast
The University of Leeds School of Music is pleased to announce a PhD Studentship to mark the start of a new £130k Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project entitled 'Hugh Davies: Electronic Music Innovator'
Chamber piece scoops prize at leading UK music competition
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Drawing on the hexatonicism of It’s Not Unusual, the quartal tonalities of mountain banjo tuning, corporate jingles, Bartók quartets, folk-rock accompaniment, TV themes and the Intel Inside logo, Prof Philip Tagg (University of Huddersfield) examines the frequently erratic and ethnocentric terms of conventional music theory terminology and proposes concepts that can help us make sense of the wide variety of tonal idioms heard by most people on a daily basis.