Dr. Randall Goldberg

Assoc Professor and Director

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PH.D. IN MUSICOLOGY (2011)
Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, Bloomington, Indiana
Dissertation: “Where Nature and Art Adjoin: Investigations into the Zarlino-Galilei Dispute, Including an Annotated Translation of Vincenzo Galilei’s Discorso intorno all’opere di messer Gioseffo Zarlino” (Thomas J. Mathiesen, adviser)
Research areas: history of music theory, Jewish identity in music, Renaissance studies, eighteenth-century source studies

M.M. IN GUITAR PERFORMANCE, with academic honors (1998)
New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts
    Guitar studies with David Leisner

B.M. IN GUITAR PERFORMANCE (1996)
The University of Texas, Austin, Texas
    Guitar studies with Adam Holzman

Publications

Editor. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Passion According to St. Luke (1775). Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works, Series IV, no. 6.3. Los Altos, California: Packard Humanities Institute, in progress.

“Introduction: Jewish Music and Jewish Identity in the Rust Belt,” Journal of Jewish Identities 10 (January 2017): 1-6.

Co-editor, Special issue on “Jewish Music and Jewish Identity," Journal of Jewish Identities 10 (January 2017)

“David Krakauer from Klezmer Madness! to Abraham Inc.: A Topical Narrative of Musical Identities.” Musica Judaica 21 (2016): 65-112. 

Review of David Schulenberg, The Music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, in Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 72 (March 2016): 561-3.

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Passion According to St. Luke (1775). Co-edited with Daniel R. Melamed. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works, Series IV, no. 6.2. Los Altos, California: Packard Humanities Institute, 2011.

Contributor. The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Edited by Robert E. Bjork. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.