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Note Doctors

Paul Thomas
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Note Doctors is a podcast all about music theory and music theory pedagogy. Each episode features an interview with an innovative music theory instructor. The podcast is hosted by three university theory instructors: Paul Thomas, Jenn Weaver, and Ben Graf.

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Latest Episodes

Paul, Jenn, and Ben recap their own semester of teaching theory and aural skills and their goals for spring semester 2022.

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10 days ago

In this our second episode made in collaboration with the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, Paul, Jenn, and Ben welcome six music theory scholars to discuss their forthcoming article in the JMTP entitled "Corralling the Chorale." In this wide ranging... more

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a month ago

This episode features our first collaboration with the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy! Paul, Jenn, and Ben talk with Dr. Aaron Grant, Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Missouri Western State University, about his article in the upcoming volume... more

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2 months ago

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