Conversations on Music: the Good, Bad, & Holy | Creators/Eras/Styles
Enrollment: Two 8-lecture sessions per year (semi-monthly), Spring and Fall (since 2009)
NOTE = Instructor currently on Sabbatical
Local Venue | World Class
UNT College of Music
Safety Briefs . . .
= European limit
--reports, tips & news--
(please confer with
a real music doctor)
UNT's Texas Center for
Music & Medicine | Here |
Conservation | Here |
Perf. Medicine | Here |
LINKS - hearing | Here |
NYTimes-noise | Here |
2-pg PDF-NYTimes_noise | Here |
NYTimes-kids | Here |
2-pg PDF-NYTimes_kids | Here |
2-pg PDF-decibels | Here |
w/summary by Dr. Job
Recommended Texts . . .
Dr. Roger Kamien
Dr. P. Kavanaugh
FREE study scores
Recommended Video . . .
Want to compose?
This non-accredited, music appreciation series Conversations on Music is free to the public (registration required).
All ages welcome, children must be in the company of a parent. The presentation is in English, with some foreign-language films now and then.
No tests, no material expenses, no grades -- just enjoy the multi-media topics, make friends, enrich your culture.
If you truly love music, we get serious about sound--how it is made, why it is made, and who makes it.
This class is produced by Buckthorn Studios Education Services and private patrons
TO ENROLL (free)
(Dr. Lynn Job) ==> info (-at-) buckthornstudios.com
provide • full name, explanatory details + • contact information
We will let you know of the next event, and set a place for you.
Buckthorn Studios Education Services
Instructor membership - American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP)
( ASCAP | more LINKS )
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Photo credits: Lynn Job (portrait, 2009); Lynn Job (Co. Clare, Ireland, 1999)