Volume 8, Number 4, December 2002
Copyright © 2002 Society for Music Theory

Employment Listings


University at Buffalo SUNY

Position:Slee Chair of Music Theory, a richly endowed chair supporting teaching and research--the oldest fully-endowed chair of Music Theory in the U.S.

Rank:Full Professor preferred. A hire at the Associate Professor level is possible.

Salary Range:Negotiable, commensurate with experience and rank.

Starting Date:The beginning of the Fall 2003 semester.

Position Description:A scholar, teacher, and advisor within a small,highly successful graduate program in Music Theory. A teacher and advisor within the department's undergraduate Music Theory program. The administrator, in consultation with the Music Department chair, of that portion of the Slee Endowment supporting the chair holder's teaching and research. A significant contributor to graduate programs in Musicology and Composition, as both a teacher and a member of advisory committees.

Qualifications:Ph.D. in Music Theory or the close equivalent.Substantial and preeminent publications in Music Theory. Evidence of a distinguished national and international reputation. Record of effective teaching.

Areas of Expertise:In addition to contributing to the standard undergraduate curriculum in Music Theory, the successful candidate will demonstrate a breadth of engagement with contemporary Music Theory, including critical approaches that cross traditional disciplinary boundaries. We seek a candidate whose abilities complement those of the current faculty members in Music Theory.

To apply:Candidates should submit a CV, including names and contact information of at least three references, and a cover letter describing relevant qualifications. Supporting materials will be requested at a later date, and should not be sent now.

Send material to:
Prof. Stephen Manes
Chair, Music Department
222 Baird Hall
University at Buffalo SUNY
Buffalo, NY 14260-4700

Review of applications will begin on 1 November 2002, and will continue until the position is filled. The University at Buffalo SUNY is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter.

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New York University

New York University

Music TheoristMusic Department


The Department of Music at New York University seeks a scholar of exceptional ability or achievement in original theoretical or analytical work, publication, and teaching, beginning September 1, 2003, subject to budgetary and administrative approval. The position will be open rank and Ph.D. must be in hand by the start date. Areas of specialization are open. Although s/he will be involved in all of the Department's graduate degree tracks, including historical musicology and ethnomusicology, the theorist will work especially closely with students in the Department's Composition and Theory track and can expect to supervise doctoral candidates. S/he should be interested in contributing to the Music Department as a whole and to teaching and advising at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Include a cover letter, detailed CV, and three letters of recommendation with the application and mail(postmarked) by November 15, 2002 to: Music Theory Search Committee, c/o Gage Averill, Chair, Music Department, New York University, 24 Waverly Place Room 268, New York, NY 10003. (212) 998-8300. Successful candidates should have a strong interest in the intellectual and artistic climate of New York City and of New York University. The Music Department at NYU hosts concentrations in historical musicology, ethnomusicology, and composition & theory; for more information on the Department, please consult our website at> NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Rena Charnin Mueller
Department of Music
Faculty of Arts and Science
24 Waverly Place, Room 268
New York, New York 10003
212/995-4147 (fax)

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Mills College

ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY: Mills College, Oakland, California

The Music Department at Mills College is searching for a Musicologist and/or Music Theorist for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in August 2003. Teaching duties include undergraduate courses in classic and romantic music, tonal harmony, and a graduate seminar in music history. Possible areas of specialization also include performance, feminist scholarship, and African American music.

College teaching experience required, completed Ph.D. is preferable. Deadline for applications is December 15, 2002.

Please send a letter of application, current resume, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three references to: Professor Chris Brown, Head of Music Department, Mills College, Oakland, CA 94613, preferably by email (

The Music Department offers the B.A. degree with a Major in Music, and three Master's programs: M.A. in Composition, M.F.A. in Performance and Literature, and M.F.A. in Electronic Music and Recording Media. For additional information on the position, please contact Professor Brown at his email address or by telephone at (510) 430-2330.

Applicants may sign up for preliminary interviews for the position during the forthcoming annual meeting of the American Musicological Society and the Society for Music Theory, October 31-November 3, 2002.

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a selective liberal arts college for women with co-educational graduate programs (see Persons of color and those committed to working in a multicultural environment are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

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University of Alberta

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, Department of Music invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Composition and Theory beginning 01 July, 2003, at the rank of Assistant Professor. The salary scale for this rank is $47,184 - $66,916. The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree and an established publication record of creative work and/or professional performances, as well as some teaching experience at the university level. Evidence of achievement or promise on a national or international scale is required. Expertise in both acoustic and electronic media is preferred, although specialization in only one of these areas will be considered. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a visible presence as an active composer, as evidenced through commissions, premieres and subsequent performances; creative work in electronic media will also be recognized.

In graduate and undergraduate programs, teaching duties may include a range of courses at all levels in theory, composition and/or electronic media.

All academic staff are expected to participate in graduate supervision and departmental committee work. Applications should include curriculum vitae; cover letter; official transcripts for graduate work; three current and confidential letters of reference; three scores and recordings for acoustic repertory, and/or the equivalent for creative work in electronic media; and, if available, samples of research done in music theory and analysis. Send to Dr Fordyce Pier, Chair, Department of Music, University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C9, Canada. Deadline for letters of application: November 15, 2002. Complete applications by December 1, 2002. The University of Alberta hires on the basis of merit. We are committed to the principle of equity in employment. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and Aboriginal persons. Allqualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. For further information, please email

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University of Chicago

The Department of Music at the University of Chicago invites applications from candidates of exceptional potential for a faculty position in American Music, with emphasis on jazz, popular/vernacular music and/or African-American music, beginning September, 2003. Primarily targeted at the level of Assistant Professor; in exceptional cases higher-rank appointments will be considered. We invite applications from scholars in ethnomusicology, historical musicology, music theory, and popular music studies, as well as relevant areas of cultural studies. U of C is home to the collections of the Chicago Jazz Archive.

Appointments at the level of Assistant Professor (tenure track) will be for a four-year term, renewable. A candidate who has not yet completed a Ph. D (or equivalent) would be appointed at the level of Instructor for a one-year term, renewable.

Send CV and letters of recommendation (no papers at this time) to:

Prof. Thomas Christensen
Chair, Department of Music
The University of Chicago
1010 East 59th St.
Chicago, IL 60637

Applications must be received by January 5, 2003.

In keeping with its long-standing traditions and policies, the University of Chicago, in admissions, employment, and access to programs, considers students and employees on the basis of individual merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, or other factors irrelevant to study or work at the University, The Affirmative Action officer is the University official responsible for coordinating adherence to this policy.

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Florida International University


Assistant Professor, tenure track
Music Theory

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY announces an opening for an Assistant Professor of Music Theory, beginning August 2003. Responsibilities include graduate and undergraduate Music Theory courses, assistance with thesis supervision, and participation in the musical and academic life of the School of Music. The candidate must hold a Ph.D in Music Theory (ABD considered), have college-level teaching experience and demonstrate evidence of scholarly activity. Applicants with a strong secondary area including performance, ethnomusicology, or other areas are encouraged to apply. Salary: commensurate with education and experience. Application deadline: November 30, 2002, or until the position is filled. Send letters of application, curriculum vitae and a list of three references to: Dr. Orlando Jacinto Garcia, Chair, Music Theory Search Committee, FIU School of Music, 10910 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL 33199. The School of Music is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities and by the National Association of Schools of Music. Florida International University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Florida International University


Assistant Professor, Tenure TrackMusicology

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY announces an opening for an Assistant Professor of Musicology, beginning August, 2003. Responsibilities include graduate and undergraduate music history and literature courses, development of new courses, assistance with thesis supervision and participation in the musical and academic life of the School of Music. Strong scholarly research on a national level will be required. A background in performance, theory or early music is desirable. The candidate must hold a Ph.D in Musicology (ABD considered), have college-level teaching experience and demonstrate evidence of scholarly activity. Salary: commensurate with education and experience. Application deadline: December 6, 2002, or until position is filled. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae and a list of four references to: Robert B. Dundas, Chairperson, Musicology Search Committee, FIU School of Music, PAC 146B, 10910 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL 33199. Florida International University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Position: Music Theory (2 positions)

Date of Appointment: August 1, 2003

Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure track

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Qualifications: Doctoral degree in music theory
Broad knowledge/experience in the application oftechnology to the teaching of theory andmusicianship
College/university teaching experience preferred
Ability to teach undergraduate and graduate theory

Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in musictheory, aural and keyboard skills, and related areas
Maintain an active research agenda includingpresentations and professional conferences andpublication in scholarly journals
Supervise graduate teaching assistants
Serve on graduate and departmental committees
Advise in the ongoing acquisition of technologicalhardware and software

Application: Send nomination or letter of application,professional vitae, placement file (if available),transcripts of academic records, and at least threeletters of reference to:

Dr. J. Kent Williams, Chair of Theory Search
c/o Dean John J. Dean, School of Music
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
PO Box 26167
Greensboro, NC 27402-6167
Phone: 336/334-5789; Fax: 336/334-5497

Application Deadline: December 2, 2002, or until filled

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is committed to equality of employment opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, or veteran status. Moreover, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is committed to recruiting and advancing women and minorities atall faculty/staff levels.

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Skidmore College

Skidmore College Music DepartmentTrustee Visiting Scholar

Skidmore College Music Department seeks a teacher-scholar with wide-ranging interests and expertise in contemporary and 20th-century musics, broadly considered.

The Trustee Visiting Scholar position is a one-year renewable position, beginning with the 2003-04 academic year, and has the possibility of turning into a tenure-track position. Achieving diversity is an important goal of Skidmore College. The TVS is one way the College furthers its diversity goal.

The Trustee Visiting Scholar will play an active role in shaping a new curriculum, both for majors and non-majors in an undergraduate liberal arts environment, that would foster an understanding of the rich variety and interrelationships within the contemporary musical world. Skidmore has long had a vital tradition of training in Western art music and has also developed, over the last 10-15 years, strong curricula in jazz studies, ethnomusicology, and music technology. In the TVS, we are seeking someone who will guide our students in bridging these diverse musical traditions.

The candidate's research and teaching interests should come from one or more of these areas:

Teaching experience and appropriate academic training (doctorate or ABD) in composition, ethnomusicology, historical musicology, or music theory required. Send resume, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts to Dr. Richard Hihn, Chair, Music Department, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs NY 12866. Consideration of applications will begin on Nov 15, and will continue until the position is filled. Skidmore College encourages applications from women and men of diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds.

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University of Texas-Arlington

University of Texas at Arlington - Music Theory. Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure track. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Appointment: Begins August, 2003. Qualifications: Ph.D. in Music Theory required by time of appointment. Demonstrated excellence in teaching written and aural theory at the undergraduate level. A record of publication or evidence of potential for substantial scholarly contributions. Duties: Primarily teach undergraduate courses in music theory including form, counterpoint, orchestration, and aural skills; and at the graduate level, theory pedagogy and form. Applications: Initial application must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a minimum of three current letters of recommendation. Application must be postmarked by January 6, 2003. Send to: George B. Chave, Chair, Theory Search Committee, Department of Music, University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19105, Arlington, TX 76019-0105. email: URL: UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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University of Iowa

The University of Iowa is pleased to announce a search for a distinguished theorist at the rank of associate professor, tenure track. Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory, aural skills, and related areas, according to curricular needs and the candidate's abilities/expertise; supervise graduate research in music theory (particularly at the doctoral level); serve on committees, and advise students; maintain a record of scholarship and publication that indicates continuing growth and national/international visibility. Departmental, university, and professional leadership and service are expected. Ph. D. in music theory; evidence of effective teaching of undergraduate and graduate students as a college/university faculty member; a strong record of original theoretical or analytical research evidenced by significant publications and presentations at scholarly meetings is required. Experience directing masters and doctoral candidates in music theory; ability to lead a comprehensive music theory program is desirable. Start Date: August 20, 2003. Application deadline: December 01, 2002 or until filled. Send letter of application, including a summary of research interests and a statement of teaching philosophy/strategies; vita; a list of references; three confidential letters of reference written specifically for this position; and three examples of recent publications to: Daniel Moore, Music Theory Search Committee, 1006 Voxman Music Building, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1795 Screening of Applications will begin December 1, 2002. The position will remain open until filled. The University of Iowa is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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Concordia University

The Department of Music, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada is seeking applications for a Full-Time Tenure-track appointment - Assistant Professor of Music, effective August 1, 2003.

Background Qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent. Experienced teacher with specialty in theory and aural perception. A strong background in piano performance is an asset.

Duties: Teaching undergraduate theory and aural skills. Administrative duties and continued research and creative activity will be expected. Duties may also include supervision at the graduate level.

The Department consists of 10 full-time faculty, 40 part-time faculty, 3 staff and 215 full and part-time students, offering Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees with Majors in Integrative Music Studies and in Electroacoustic Studies. In addition, there are Specializations in Jazz Studies, Performance and Composition and a graduate Diploma in Advanced Music Performance Studies. More information may be found at

Applicants must include a curriculum vitae, cover letter, teaching dossier and research and creative activities dossier, and 3 letters of reference. Referees of short-listed candidates may be contacted. Deadline for receipt of applications is December 2, 2002.

Please address your submission to:
Search Committee
Department of Music
Concordia University
7141 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montréal, Québec, Canada
H4B 1R6

(please indicate Subject: Music Position 2003)

Concordia University is committed to Employment Equity and encourages applications from women, aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and disabled persons. All things being equal, women candidates shall be given priority. In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

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Oklahoma City University

Assistant Professor of Music Theory: Oklahoma City University Margaret E. Petree College of Music and Performing Arts invites applications for a tenure-track position that will begin in August, 2003.

Oklahoma City University: Founded in 1904, Oklahoma City University is an independent university affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The university is characterized by an intellectually challenging and vibrant student-centered learning community committed to preparing students to become effective leaders in service to others. With an enrollment of approximately 4,000 students and a low faculty-student ratio of 1 to 14, classes are small and students have many opportunities for close associations with faculty and staff in the classroom and beyond. Oklahoma City University is ranked by U.S. News in the top tier of master's level universities in the 2002 edition of "America's Best Colleges." Additional information about the university may be found at

The University Mission: Oklahoma City University embraces the United Methodist tradition of scholarship and service and welcomes all faiths in a diverse student-centered environment. Men and women pursue academic excellence through a rigorous curriculum that focuses on their intellectual, spiritual, moral, and physical development to prepare them to become effective leaders in service to their communities.

The School of Music: The School of Music at Oklahoma City University is renowned for its exceptional training of musicians in the liberal arts tradition. For 80 years, its graduates have been in demand as singers, conductors, composers, instrumentalists, educators, critics and commentators. School of Music alumni include Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award winners. OCU is the only school in the world to be both an all-Steinway institution and a member of the National Alliance for Music Theater. The School of Music broke ground in September for the Wanda L. Bass Music Center with occupancy expected Fall 2004. Over the past decade, students have enrolled from 48 states and five continents. The school is a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music.

The Position: To teach music theory and related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: ABD or completed Doctorate in Music Theory. College/university teaching experience preferred. Demonstrated scholarship and research in area of specialization.

Application: Please submit a letter of application, a complete curriculum vitae, and a list of references with contact information.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2002.

Send applications to:

Dr. Mark Belcik, Associate Dean
School of Music
Oklahoma City University
2501 North Blackwelder
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-1493


Oklahoma City University, an equal opportunity employer, affirms the values and goals of diversity.

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Cornell University

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships at Cornell University, 2003-04

Postdoctoral teaching-research fellowships in the humanities, each awarded for the one-year period beginning July 2003, offer stipends of $34,000. While in residence at Cornell, postdoctoral fellows hold department affiliation and have limited teaching duties (one course per semester) and the opportunity for scholarly work. Mellon Foundation postdoctoral fellowships are available in six areas of specialization, one of which is Music (the others are Anthropology, Classics, English, Romance Studies, and Theatre, Film and Dance).

The Music Department seeks candidates specializing in the fields of Jazz, World Music, Renaissance Music, Late 19th-Century Opera, or 20th-Century Art Music. (NB: the brochure lacks Renaissance Music, but it is one of the areas in which applications are solicited.) Information about how to apply may be found at

The deadline for applications is January 3, 2003.

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University of Houston

The Moores School of Music at the University of Houston is seeking candidates for a tenure-track position in music theory, at the rank of assistant professor, to begin fall, 2003. The successful candidate will be engaged in on-going research and should have a demonstrated record of professional accomplishment. Candidates who are active in both theory and composition will also be considered. Duties will include teaching courses in the undergraduate music theory curriculum and guiding graduate students in major documents and directed research. The candidate may also teach music theory elective courses in an area of specialization or composition.

QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate in music theory and/or composition (ABD may be considered); collegiate teaching experience; significant history of professional productivity.

DATE AVAILABLE: August 2003. The position is subject to final funding approval.

RANK AND SALARY: Assistant Professor; salary commensurate with experience.

DEADLINE: February 15, 2003 or until filled.

APPLICATION: Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three recent letters of recommendation (no publications, scores, or tapes at this point)to:

Timothy Koozin, Chair
Music Theory Search Committee
Moores School of Music
University of Houston
120 School of Music Building
Houston, TX 77204-4017

The University of Houston Moores School of Music is a comprehensive school offering degree programs through the Doctor of Musical Arts to over 550 music majors. The D.M.A. degree is offered in Performance, Music Education, Conducting, and Composition.

For further information about the University of Houston and the Moores School of Music, please visit our website at

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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William Paterson University


Position Vacancy Announcement


Qualifications: Doctorate in music theory/composition, ABDconsidered. College level teaching experience preferred. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged.

Responsibilities: Teach full range of theory courses toundergraduate and graduate students. May include theory, aural skills, counterpoint, composition and other courses according to expertise.

Rank/Salary: Assistant Professor. Tenure track. Salarycommensurate with qualifications and experience.

Appointment date: September 1, 2003

Deadline: Position open until filled

The Music Department consists of 18 full-time faculty, over 40 adjunct faculty and 250 majors and is fully accredited by NASM. Degree programs include B.M. and M. M. in Music Education, Music Management, and Jazz Studies; B.M. in Classical Performance and Sound Engineering Arts; B.A. in Music Studies. Facilities include the Center for Electroacoustic Music, recording studios, 100 seat recital hall and 1000 seat Shea Auditorium.

Application: Send application letter; vita; and names, address,phone numbers and email of three current references to

Dr. Diane Falk Romaine, chair
Music Department
William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, NJ 07470

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University of California-Santa Cruz

POSITION/RANK: Assistant Professor, Music Theory and Cognition

INSTITUTION: University of California, Santa Cruz

QUALIFICATIONS:Ph.D. in Music with an emphasis in Music Theory and/or Cognition or equivalent. Preference for expertise in cognitive issues related to composition and analysis. Demonstrated potential for excellence in scholarship and university-level teaching. (Applicants nearing completion of their doctoral dissertation should have their thesis director send a letter indicating the projected date of completion.)

JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES:The primary duties are to teach the following:

Music 206D – Perception and Cognition<sum> Central issues in the perception and cognition of music, including principles of psychoacoustics, acquisition of musical ability, music and emotion, music and memory, and questions of complexity. Generative grammars and the mental representation of rhythmic and tonal structure. Compositional and analytical applications of concepts and methodologies drawn from cognitive science, linguistics, psychology, psychophysics and related extra-musical disciplines.

Music 30ABC – Theory, Literature, and Musicianship I
Music 100ABC – Theory, Literature and Musicianship II
Possibly Music 201 – Pretonal and Tonal Analysis
OR Music 202 – Tonal and Post tonal Analysis
Other courses, as qualified and needed

SALARY RANGE: $46,300 - $48,900, Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

ITEMS TO SEND:Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references from which the applicant has requested confidential letters of recommendation. Referees should be asked to send letters directly to the Music Department by the postmark deadline of Tuesday, December 24, 2002. All letters of recommendation will be treated as confidential (please direct your letter writers to UCSC’s confidentiality statement at

Applicants should also send one sample of recent scholarly writing (a published article, a dissertation chapter, or other material of comparable length). Optionally, a second sample illustrating the candidate’s creative work as a composer and/or performer in the form of a CD and/or printed score and if possible, evaluations of teaching from former students. All materials are non-returnable.

DEADLINE: Tuesday, December 24, 2002

(831) 459-2292

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Peabody Conservatory of Music

Music -- Peabody Conservatory of Music -- Maryland

Music: Teacher of Ear-training. Peabody Conservatory of Music is accepting applications and nominations for a full-time teacher of ear-training to begin August 2003. The person chosen for the position will be responsible for instruction in ear-training, sightsinging, keyboard, and/or other areas of music theory, depending on qualifications. A minimum of a Master's degree in music plus college-level teaching experience is required. Background and skill in eurhythmics is preferred.

Letters of application, accompanied by curriculum vitae and three (3) letters of recommendation should be submitted by December 15, 2002 to: Dr. Wolfgang Justen, Dean, Peabody Conservatory of Music of The Johns Hopkins University, One East Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Maryland 21202. EOE/AA.
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University of Alabama

POSITION: Historical Musicology

DUTIES & QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in musicology expected by time ofappointment; college teaching experience;specialization in baroque or classical music preferred;ability to teach a wide range of classes in music historyat the graduate and undergraduate levels, including the undergraduate survey.

Maintain active scholarly production suitable for aresearch institution; serve on graduate student advisory committees; direct theses and other research projects when appropriate.

RANK & SALARY: Assistant Professor, tenure track. Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience.

THE SCHOOL: The School of Music is a full member of NASMand a School in the College of Arts and Sciences. TheSchool offers both undergraduate and graduate degreesin all areas of music including the MM in musicology aswell as a doctoral minor in teaching music history.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin January 15, 2003.

APPOINTMENT DATE: August 16, 2003.

Applicants should send letters of application, three current letters of reference, and CV to:

Musicology Search Committee
School of Music
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0366

The University of Alabama is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Middlebury College

POSITION/RANK: Tenured or tenure-track position in Music Theory; possibly conduct orchestra or choir

INSTITUTION: Middlebury College

QUALIFICATIONS:Complete PhD by 7/1/03

JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES:Principal responsibilities: teaching a sequence of courses in theory and analysis; all other ares of specialization will be considered. Conduct the Orchestra or Choir.

ITEMS TO SEND:Provide evidence of commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarly potential or achievement. Send letter of application, statement of teaching and research interests, curriculum vitae, a sample of scholarly work, three current letters of recommendation, at least two of which must speak to teaching ability.

DEADLINE: Reviw of apps begins Jan. 15; ends when position is filled.

CONTACT:Greg Vitercik, Chair, Department of Music, Center for the Arts, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT 05753. 802-443-2057

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