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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2008-2010 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Music 700  

Music 700

Degree Programs Offered:Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Richard Chrisman, 114 Marryott Music Building, Douglass Campus (732-932-9272)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

William Berz, Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Michigan State
Music education; instructional technology

Antonius Bittmann, Chair and Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Eastman School of Music (Rochester)
Performance practice; organ

Gerald C. Chenoweth, Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Iowa
Music composition; theory and analysis

Richard Chrisman, Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Yale
Contemporary music theory

Nanette de Jong, Assistant Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Michigan
Ethnomusicology; flute

Floyd Grave, Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., New York
Eighteenth-century music; history of music theory

Rufus E. Hallmark Jr., Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Princeton
Nineteenth-century music; German Lied

Douglas Johnson, Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Eighteenth- and 19th-century music; Beethoven

Andrew Kirkman, Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Kings College (London)
Renaissance music; early vocal music performance

Nancy Rao, Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Michigan
Music theory and analysis

George Stauffer, Dean of MGSA and Professor of Music; Ph.D., Columbia
Baroque music; J.S. Bach

 
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