Prof. John Winzenburg
Professor, Department of Music
B.A. (Hamline), M.M. (Minnesota), DMA (Iowa)
Musical experimentation by Aaron Avshalomov in pre-1949 Shanghai; hybridization and hybridity in Chinese-Western “fusion concertos”; Chinese choral music
Choral music; conducting
Taught previously at:
Agnes Scott College (Atlanta)
“A New Multivoiced World: Bakhtinian Polyphony and the First Chinese-Western Fusion Concerto,” Journal of Musicological Research 37/3 (2018), pp. 209-238.
“Spanning the Timbral Divide: Tradition, Multiplicity, and Novelty in Chinese-Western Fusion Concerto Instrumentation,” book chapter in China and the West: Representation, Reception, and Reception, edited by Hon-Lun Yang and Michael Saffle, University of Michigan Press. (March 2017), pp. 186-204.
“Musical-Dramatic Experimentation in the Yangbanxi: A Case for Precedence in The Great Wall,” in Listening to China’s Cultural Revolution: Music, Politics, and Cultural Continuities, edited by Paul Clark, Pang Laikwan, and Tsai Tsan-Huang. London: Palgrave MacMillan (November 2015), pp. 189-212.
Half Moon Rising: Choral Music from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan, compiled and edited by John Winzenburg. London: Edition Peters, 2015.
“Heteroglossia and Traditional Vocal Genres in Chinese-Western Fusion Concertos,” in Perspectives of New Music Volume 51, No. 2 (Summer 2013), pp. 101-140.
Quotation of Queries: Choral Encounters of Hong Kong, China, and the Distant West, PARMA Recordings/NAXOS (CD/digital release in April 2020)