20 episodes

Check out our website: www.smt-pod.org
SMT-Pod is a creative venue for timely conversations about music, with episodes chosen through an open, collaborative peer review process. Audio-only podcasts offer a unique—though non-traditional—way of engaging with music, analysis, and contemporary issues in the field. This new publication medium affords our society both the ability to face outwards, by engaging in public scholarship, and inwards, by hosting meaningful conversations about the activity of music analysis. The variety of episode topics will reflect the diversity of the scholars and their scholarship in our field, making SMT-Pod an invaluable publication for music analysts at any stage. Through its goal of promoting a sense of community and inclusivity, SMT-Pod will reach beyond the boundaries of the SMT at this critical moment of calls for the revitalization of our field.

SMT-Pod Society for Music Theory

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    • 4.8 • 9 Ratings

Check out our website: www.smt-pod.org
SMT-Pod is a creative venue for timely conversations about music, with episodes chosen through an open, collaborative peer review process. Audio-only podcasts offer a unique—though non-traditional—way of engaging with music, analysis, and contemporary issues in the field. This new publication medium affords our society both the ability to face outwards, by engaging in public scholarship, and inwards, by hosting meaningful conversations about the activity of music analysis. The variety of episode topics will reflect the diversity of the scholars and their scholarship in our field, making SMT-Pod an invaluable publication for music analysts at any stage. Through its goal of promoting a sense of community and inclusivity, SMT-Pod will reach beyond the boundaries of the SMT at this critical moment of calls for the revitalization of our field.

    Season 2 - Call for Proposals

    Season 2 - Call for Proposals

    Consider submitting your work for Season 2! More information is available on our website: smt-pod.org

    • 32 sec
    Musicking While Old - 5. Old Listeners - Joseph Straus

    Musicking While Old - 5. Old Listeners - Joseph Straus

    In the final episode of Joe Straus's series on old age and music, Joe discusses what it means to listen to music while old and the ways that having an old body shapes the way we listen.
    This episode was produced by Katrina Roush and Megan Lyons.
    SMT-Pod Theme music by Zhangcheng Lu; Closing music "hnna" by David Voss. "Night Thoughts" by Aaron Copland was performed by Han Chen. For supplementary materials on this episode and more information on our authors and composers, check out our website: https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/ (https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/).

    • 48 min
    Journeys Through Middleground: Holding Space Between Academic Analysis and YouTube Entertainment - Jennifer Campbell

    Journeys Through Middleground: Holding Space Between Academic Analysis and YouTube Entertainment - Jennifer Campbell

    In this week's episode, Jennifer Campbell walks us through an end-of-term project for her 19th-century graduate seminar - both from her point of view, as well as her students'.
    This episode was produced by Aaron Hynds and Jennifer Beavers. Thanks to Kaitlyn Norman for recording intro and outro message as well as finalizing the transcript.
    SMT-Pod Theme music by Zhangcheng Lu; Closing music "hnna" by David Voss. Bumper music included in this episode was graciously licensed by Naxos: Jeno Jando's performance of Liszt's Piano Sonata in B Minor, and Milly Alexeyevich Balakirev's performance of Walker's Piano Sonata in Bb Minor. For supplementary materials on this episode and more information on our authors and composers, check out our website: https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/ (https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/).

    • 38 min
    Making Orchestras Speak/Making Machines Listen

    Making Orchestras Speak/Making Machines Listen

    In this week's episode, Landon Morrison explores the delegation of speaking and listening to musical machines while interviewing three guests: Carmine Emanuele Cella, Jonathan Sterne, and Mehak Sawnhey.
    This episode was produced by Landon Morrison and Megan Lyons. Original music by Landon Morrison.
    SMT-Pod Theme music by Zhangcheng Lu; Closing music "hnna" by David Voss. For supplementary materials on this episode and more information on our authors and composers, check out our website: https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/ (https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/).

    • 56 min
    Musicking While Old - 4. Old Performers - Joseph Straus

    Musicking While Old - 4. Old Performers - Joseph Straus

    In the penultimate episode of Joe Straus's series on old age and music, he facilitates a discussion about old performers and their cultural scripts, and asks us to re-examine the value of sounding old.
    This episode was produced by Katrina Roush.
    SMT-Pod Theme music by Zhangcheng Lu; Closing music "hnna" by David Voss. "Night Thoughts" by Aaron Copland was performed by Han Chen. Annie Belliveau prepared the musical examples. For supplementary materials on this episode and more information on our authors and composers, check out our website: https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/ (https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/).

    • 50 min
    Analytical Frameworks for Post(-Millennial) Punk Episode 2: We still [speak/sing/yell] these songs well - Matthew Chiu and Tyler Howie

    Analytical Frameworks for Post(-Millennial) Punk Episode 2: We still [speak/sing/yell] these songs well - Matthew Chiu and Tyler Howie

    This week's episode is the second of a two part series in which Tyler Howie and Matthew Chiu have a conversation about untangling and complicating generic boundaries in Post Millennial Punk.
    This episode was produced by David Thurmaier, with additional technical assistance provided by Kaitlyn Norman.
    SMT-Pod Theme music by Zhangcheng Lu; Closing music "hnna" by David Voss. For supplementary materials on this episode and more information on our authors and composers, check out our website: https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/ (https://smt-pod.org/episodes/season01/).

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings