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Dr. Anthony Rauche

Chair, Department of HumanitiesAnthony Rauche 
Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Music Theory
Hillyer Hall 263
860.768.4240
rauche@hartford.edu

Education:

Ph.D., University of Illinois
M.M. (Piano), M.M. (Music Theory), and B.M. (Piano), New England Conservatory

Research:

Italian American Music, Native American Music, Global Pop, World Music

Publications (selected):

2010     Improvisation: Musical Process and Intellectual Practice, in Perspectives on Korean Music, Sanjo and Issues of Improvisation in Musical Traditions of Asia (the inaugural volume); published by The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Republic of Korea; vol. 1, pp.113-120, October

2010     The CMS Song (text by John Buccheri, music by Anthony T. Rauche), College Music Society 50th Anniversary Anthem, published in CMS: The First Fifty Years, by Mary Anne Rees; College Music Society, Appendix 13, pp. 191-93

2009     Gayageum, Twelve String Zither, and Samulnori, Percussion Ensemble, the first two volumes (each with a DVD) in the series, Encounters with Korean Traditional Music; translation and editing supervision; published by The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Republic of Korea, February

1999     Understanding Ethnic Identity Through Expressive Culture: An Interdisciplinary Approach, chapter co-authored with Profs. S. Edward Weinswig and Cheryl Curtis, in Interdisciplinary General Education, Questioning Outside the Lines, ed. Marcia Bundy Seabury, The College Board Press, New York, pp. 257-271

1994     Professions of Italian-American Women:  Grooming for the Body, Singing for the Soul, in To See the Past More Clearly:  The Enrichment of the Italian Heritage, 1890-1990, Essays from the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the American Italian Historical Association, November 1990; ed. by Harral E. Landry, pp.116-124

1990     The Tarantella:  Musical and Ethnic Identity for Italian-Americans, in Italian Americans In Transition, Essays from the Twenty-First Annual Conference of the American Italian Historical Association, October, 1988; ed. by Scelsa, LaGumina and Tomasi, June, chapter 16, pp.189-197

1988     Festa Italiana in Hartford, Connecticut:  The Pastries, The Pizza, and the People Who ‘Parla Italiano’,  in “We Gather Together” Food and Festival in American Life; American Material Culture and Folklife Series, University of Michigan Research Press; second printing, spring 1989; paperback edition, December 1989; reissued by Utah State University Press, 1991; chapter 13, pp.205-217


I advise students with interests in:

Music

Why you enjoy teaching Hillyer students:

They have great potential and spirit!

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