David Lipten, Composer: Teaching

Grand Valley State University, Dept. of Music and Dance (2003-2004)
Adjunct Faculty Member
Applied Composition
Fundamentals of Music
History of American Popular Music
Michigan State University, School of Music (1999-2001)
Visiting Assistant Professor
Applied Composition
Second-Year Tonal Theory/Analysis
Tonal Theory Review
20th-Century Techniques
Ph.D. Dissertation/M.A. Thesis Supervision
The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Dept. of Music (1998-1999)
Visiting Assistant Professor
Composition Seminar
First and Third-Year Tonal Theory/Analysis
Duke University, Department of Music (1993-1997)
Graduate Instructor/Assistant
Popular Music Composition
Counterpoint
Ear-Training/Sight-Singing
Jazz History
Rhetoric and Composition (First-Year Writing Program)
Queens College/CUNY, Copland Conservatory of Music (1989-1991)
Adjunct Lecturer
Keyboard Harmony/Ear-Training/Sight-Singing

Publications:

  • "Semiotics and Musical Choice: Beyond Analysis Revisited," Published in Analecta Husserliana LXI: The Aesthetic Discourse of the Arts, 2000. Breaking the Barriers. Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, ed.

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