Erich Schwandt

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Stanford)
Professor Emeritus Music History
Musicology (Mediaeval, Renaissance, & Baroque), Harpsichord, Organ

MacLaurin Building (Music Wing)
By Appointment

Brief Biography

Professor (Music History, Musicology, Collegium Musicum). Ph.D., M.S., B.A., Stanford. Studied harpsichord with Putnam Aldrich. Taught at Stanford University and Eastman School of Music. Harpsichord and organ recitals for the CBC and throughout North America. He has compiled over a dozen editions of music, and his articles on music and dance have appeared in Musical Quarterly, Notes, Fontes Artis Musicae, Canadian University Music Review and The New Grove. Specialized interest in the relationship of Music and Dance in the 17th and 18th centuries. Reconstructed the lost "Gloria" of Erik Satie's Messe des pauvres for its world premiere at the University of Victoria in 1997. Will edit this work for Archives Erik Satie (Paris).



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