Thank you to the International Society of Bassists for agreeing to publish my article "Different Strokes: Giambattista Cimador’s chamber music arrangement of Mozart’s Haffner (no. 35) and Paris (no. 31) Symphonies." The article and a critical edition will appear (2022) in the peer-reviewed Online Journal of Bass Research. An abstract of the article is posted below;
More information about my work as an author in the field of popular music studies can be found below.
I wrote In The Groove: Form and Function in Popular Music to give learners in my popular music courses the tools to create original scholarship and analysis. The goal is emphasizing higher order thinking in the classroom. By clicking the book icon, you can read more about In The Groove.
I have created online resources for Oxford University Press since 2009. One project I recently completed was related to Schloss, Starr, and Waterman's excellent book Rock. I added a testing bank, powerpoint slides, interactive projects, discussion topics, glossary, and short bios related to material in the book. By clicking the book icon, you can read more about Rock.
Starr and Waterman's book American Popular Music has become a standard in the field of post-secondary education. I created learning resources for both the 3rd and 4th edition of this book. By clicking the book icon, you can read more about American Popular Music.