For more information on various research projects around the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance please see the following links:
Renaissance Liturgical Imprints: A Census (RELICS) - This is a database of information about worship books printed before 1601. We are interested in global questions about worship in Renaissance Europe. We wish to portray here the European books of ritual for the several Catholic churches and also books for Protestant and Jewish faiths during the tumultuous generations before 1601.
MusEn Project - The MusEn Project is an interdisciplinary research group that combines the Music and Engineering programs on campus. Our aim is to use computers to both assist and independently execute many musical tasks. These range from transcription to analysis to synthesis and we strive to apply these tools to a wide stylistic range of music.
Living Music - Living Music offers a snapshot of contemporary musical life throughout the United States and the globe. Linking interviews and questionnaire responses with aesthetic, sociological, and historical responses, the project site offers a collection of first-person commentaries on music today.
Music of the Americas Study Group - The purpose of the MASG is to foster intellectual interchange among scholars and performers from across all campus departments and programs at the University of Michigan interested in music performed in the Americas.
Music of the United States of America - Applying the principles of critical editing to a variety of American idioms — including jazz, psalmody, popular song, twentieth-century chamber music, art song, Native American ceremony, and the Broadway show— MUSA (Music of the United States of America) is devoted to expanding the legacy of American music available for study and performance.
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