|During the 40 minute segment, Dr. Schutz discussed some of his music cognition research, played Bach’s Prelude in C minor from the Well Tempered Clavier, and answered questions from callers about music and the mind. You can listen to the program using the player below, or download it for off-line listening by “right clicking” the mouse on this link and choosing “save target as”.|
Dr. Schutz selected for first Faculty of Humanities Research Time Stipend (RTS) award
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
Meet lab members playing in the McMaster University Percussion Ensemble