Professor Sang-Hie Lee Releases Two New Works
Friday, March 24, 2017
Dr. Sang-Hie Lee, professor in music medicine and research, has released two significant works for 2017: Scholarly Research for Musicians, a publication by Routledge press, and ARS NOSTRA: BUT NOW THE NIGHT, a CD of original works for two pianos on the Ravello Records label.
Scholarly Research for Musicians introduces different types of research methodology with a common approach. It is organized into five parts: Common Bases, Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Performance Science, and Review.
The text features chapters by area experts: Chapter Three, The Twenty-first Century Library, is written by USF Tampa Library Director of Academic Services Nancy Cunningham; Chapter Five, Music Theory Research, is written by University of Miami Professor Juan Chattah; and Chapter Eight on Ethnomusicology is written by University of Arizona Professor Janet Sturman.
Part four of the book, Performance Science, features writing by Lee as well as guest research experts from a diverse array of fields.
Multidisciplinary scholars include USF Morsani College of Medicine Professors Dustin Hardwick and Matthew Lazinski, USF Engineering Professor Stephanie Carey, University of Oregon Department of Dance Professor Steven Chatfield, University of Kansas Applied Behavior Science Professor Emeritus Keith Miller, Research Associate George Waddell and Professor Aaron Williamon of the Royal College of Music, and Florida State University School of Dance Professor Tom Welsh.
Scholarly Research for Musicians also delivers chapter-by-chapter PowerPoint presentations for instructional use.
For more information, see Scholarly Research for Musicians on the publisher's website.
ARS NOSTRA: BUT NOW THE NIGHT features new music performances by Lee and collaborating pianist Martha Thomas. Together, they unveil the exciting textures of a "super piano" as they perform original works for two pianos by internationally recognized composers Gerald Chenoweth, Eun-Hye Park, Lewis Nielson, Daniel Perlongo, and USF Associate Professor of Composition Paul Reller.
The CD was recorded at the USF Music Concert Hall in 2016. See Ravello Records for details.