Ohio State University’s Institute for Chinese Studies is presenting a lecture by Prof. Udo Will, a cognitive ethnomusicologist,* about the contrast in contemporary Chinese music between western musical temporal structures and traditional Chinese views on temporal experience.
For those of us interested in cross cultural and cross-disciplinary examinations of time, this lecture will be fascinating!
“Chinese Music and the Concept of Time”
Prof. Udo Will
Friday, February 16, 2018
Mendenhall Lab 191
125 S Oval Mall
*Cognitive Musicology is a specialty at Ohio State: “Cognitive ethnomusicology relates cultural and biological factors of music making and experience. It aims to understand how and to what extent cognitive processes in music production and perception are influenced by cultural factors.”