Dr. Schutz discussed a new project archiving different interpretations of Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier at the IMS conference, co-hosted by the International Association of Music Libraries (IAML) society. This presentation included a debut of a new tool for interacting with a database of information related to different editions and interpretations of Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier (Book 1) as part of an ongoing project on music and emotion. The conference took place at the Julliard School in NYC, from June 21-26, 2015.
Digitizing Bach presentation at the International Musicological Society (IMS) 2015 conference
Series of talks at Vanderbilt University for Music, Mind and Society program as well as Medical Cent...
Using Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier to explore cues used to convey emotion
New insights into the music of Bach and Chopin published in Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition)
Matthew Poon wins NSERC USRA funding for music cognition research