Queens College Aaron Copland School of Music

Aaron Copland School of Music

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Vacancy Announcement

The Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College is currently conducting a search for Senior College Laboratory Technician/Piano Technician. Reporting directly to the Director of Administration of the Aaron Copland School of Music, the Senior College Laboratory Technician/Piano Technician is responsible for upkeep and maintenance for the Aaron Copland School of Music's 100 pianos, plus harpsichords, fortepiano, and organ.

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Hours and Location

Music Building
Room 203
Queens College, CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Queens, NY 11367-1597
(Tel) 718-997-3800
(Fax) 718-997-3849

Mon-Thurs 9:00 am - 4:45 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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William Rothstein

William Rothstein


Fields of Study:
Music Theory

Degrees and Studies:
PhD, Yale University

Biographical Information:
William Rothstein is the author of Phrase Rhythm in Tonal Music, which won an ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award in 1990. His publications run the historical gamut from Arcangelo Corelli to Donald Martino, but he works mostly with music of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He is an authority on the theories of Heinrich Schenker and theories of musical rhythm. His articles have appeared in such journals as 19th-Century Music, Journal of Music Theory, Music Analysis (Britain), Ostinato rigore (France), Quodlibet (Spain), and Tijdschrift voor Muziektheorie (Netherlands), and in books including Chopin Studies, Beethoven Forum 4, Schenker Studies, The Practice of Performance, and Music Theory in Concept and Practice. His principal teachers were Ernst Oster and Allen Forte (theory), Donald Martino (composition), and Theodore Lettvin (piano).

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