Musicology

 

Dr. David Francis URROWS

Historical Musicology; East-West Music Studies; Word and Music Interdisciplinary Studies; The Pipe Organ in China Project

Prof. Hon-lun (Helan) YANG

Contemporary Chinese Music; Cross-cultural Musical Exchanges; Music, Diaspora, and Cosmopolitanism; Popular Music in Hong Kong, particularly cover version songs; Music and Politics; Music and Censorship; Music and the New Media

 

Dr. David Francis URROWS 余樂詩博士

Programme Director of Master of Arts in Music and Associate Professor 音樂文學碩士課程主任、副教授

Research areas:

Historical Musicology; East-West Music Studies; Word and Music Interdisciplinary Studies; The Pipe Organ in China Project

Representative publications:

v  The Pipe Organ of the Baroque Era in China, in: China and the West: Music, Representation , and Reception, ed. Hon-lun Yang and Michael Saffle. University of Michigan Press (2017) 52-90.

v  "The Wind Qin : Hearing/Reading Chinese Reactions to the Pipe Organ" in: Reshaping the Boundaries: The Christian Intersection of China and the West in the Modern Era , ed. Song Gang. Hong Kong University Press, 2016, 8-48.

v  Otto Dresel: Keyboard Music , A-R Editions, 2015.

v  'The Bamboo Organs of Nineteenth-Century Shanghai'. Nineteenth-Century Music Review , 11/1 (2014), pp 113-134.

v  '"Highly applauded, as novelties are": Science, politics, and the pipe organs of Tomas Pereira, S.J.' In J. Heyndrickx (Ed.), History of the Catholic Church in China: some less known sources, sounds and pictures . Ferdinand Verbiest Institute, University of Leuven Press, 2015, pp 99-124.

Biography of Dr. David Urrows (http://mus.hkbu.edu.hk/urrows.html)

 

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Professor Hon-Lun (Helan) YANG 楊漢倫教授

Professor 教授

Research areas:

Contemporary Chinese Music; Cross-cultural Musical Exchanges; Music, Diaspora, and Cosmopolitanism; Popular Music in Hong Kong, particularly cover version songs; Music and Politics; Music and Censorship; Music and the New Media

Representative publications:

v  'Liszt in Socialist China', Liszt and his Legacy , edited by James Deaville and Michael Saffle, New York: Pendragon Press, 2014, pp 348-366.

v  '"1968" Womanhood and Gender Roles in Model Plays of the PRC and Movie Musicals of Hong Kong', in Music and Protest in 1968 , edited by Barley Norton and Beate Kutschke, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, pp 222-236.

v  'Diaspora, Music, and Politics: Russian Musical Life in Shanghai during the Inter-War Period', in Music and Politics , edited by Pauline Fairclough, Farnham: Ashgate, 2013, pp 261-278.

v  'The Shanghai Conservatory, Chinese Musical Life, and the Russian Diaspora: 1927-1949', Twentieth-Century China (2012) 37/1: pp 73-95.

v  'Performing Chineseness Girl-Group Style: The 12 Girls Band Traditions, Gender, Globalization and (Inter)national Identity', With Michael Saffle, Asian Music (2012) 41/2: pp 88-112.

Biography of Prof. Helan Yang (http://mus.hkbu.edu.hk/yang.html)

 

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