Scholarship & Creative Work
2nd Annual Madison Boychoir Festival concert
January 15, 2011—Madison Youth Choirs and Edgewood College Music Department presented the 2nd Annual Madison Boychoir Festival concert. More than 300 boy singers from throughout southern Wisconsin, ages 2nd grade through High School, performed pieces learned during a day-long choral festival.
Musical Celebrations From Around the World
Workshop at the Wisconsin State Music Conference. Madison, WI. Oct. 2009.
Walking Down the Alley to the Other Side of the World: Early Childhood Movement Activities from Russia and Mexico. Workshop at the Wisconsin State Music Conference. Madison, WI. Oct. 2009
December 2010—The Music Department performed its 83rd Annual Christmas Concert in St. Joseph Chapel.
December 2010—Julie Dunbar has published Women, Music, Culture: An Introduction, an undergraduate textbook on the history and contribution of women in a variety of musical genres and professions.
Clear writing, compelling narrative, and more than fifty guided listening examples bring the world of women in music to life. It includes a wide array of pedagogical aids, including an abundance of photographs, a comprehensive companion website, critical thinking exercises, as well as a running glossary that reinforces key figures and terms.
Covering important figures in art music and popular music, this text examines a community of women involved in the world of music, including composers, producers, consumers, performers, technicians, mothers, educators and listeners.
Telling Musical Stories: Missing Voices in the Documentation of Musical Traditions
Chapter 1: Reflections on "Deep Listening": Exploring Music in Context
Chapter 2: Medieval Liturgical Roots and the Documentation of the Western Canon
Chapter 3: Women in World Music: Another Picture of Musical Documentation
Restricted Domains: Gender Spheres In Art Music
Chapter 4: The Renaissance and Beyond: Courtly Worlds of Women and Music
Chapter 5: Baroque Keyboard and Vocal Genres: Gender Roles in Musical Families
Chapter 6: Romantic‐Era Performer/Composers: Walking the Public/Private Line
Visual Images in an Aural World
Chapter 7: American Popular Music: 1895‐1945
Chapter 8: Empowered Voices in the Public Eye: Women of Gospel and Blues
Chapter 9: Visual Media and the Marketing of Women Performers
A Century of Change: The Impact of Education on Women's Art Music Activity
Chapter 10: Gender Integration in Twentieth‐Century Instrumental Ensembles
Chapter 11: Twentieth‐Century Large‐Scale Works: Contrasting Compositional Voices
Chapter 12: Old Genres, New Sounds: Contemporary Music and Experimental Voices
No Longer "One of the Boys"
Chapter 13: Instrumental to Jazz: The Forgotten Role of Women
Chapter 14: Music Technology in the Hands of Women
Chapter 15: A New Message: Taking Charge in the Mass Music Market
May 2010—Nadia Boulanger’s Impact on American Music Education: American Summer Courses During World War II. Chapter in a book to be published by the University of Rochester Press.