This two-day festival runs during the weekend of September 8 and 9 and features Oberlin College and Conservatory faculty and guests. Join us for concerts of music composed between 1914-18, lectures, discussions, gallery talks, and an Allen Memorial Art Museum program From the Trenches: Artists Respond to WWI featuring Ernst Kirchner's 1915 Self-Portrait as a Soldier. More information about the festival on the Oberlin College and Conservatory News Center.
This panel is a presentation of the Richard Murphy Musicology Colloquium, sponsored by Oberlin Conservatory's Division of Musicology.
Gayle Sherwood Magee, Professor of Musicology, University of Illinois
“For King and Country: Canadian Nationalism and Songwriting in the First World War”
Claudia Macdonald, Emerita Professor of Musicology, Oberlin Conservatory
“Music, Montana, and the Great War”
Colin Roust, Assistant Professor of Musicology, University of Kansas
“World War I through the Eyes of Georges Auric”
Charles McGuire, Professor of Musicology, Oberlin Conservatory (moderator)