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Lauren Crosby

Lauren Crosby

Assistant Professor of Music

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Department of Performing Arts
Email: lhcrosb@clemson.edu


 

Lauren Crosby is an Assistant Professor of Music (Theory) at Clemson University. She holds a Ph.D. in music theory from Florida State University, a M.M. in music theory from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a B.M. in choral and keyboard studies from Liberty University. Her research interests include transformational and neo-Riemannian analyses, rhythm and meter, and music theory pedagogy. She has presented her research on geometric representations of voice-leading spaces and the music of Alfred Schnittke at conferences such as the Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting, Music Theory Midwest, Music Theory Southeast, and the Society for Christian Scholarship in Music. Her recent work on the representation and transformation of original Star Wars themes in the Disney+ show The Book of Boba Fett is forthcoming at the international John Williams, last of the symphonists? conference. Beyond her academic and pedagogic interests in music, Lauren enjoys participating in church and community choirs and playing the Celtic harp in folk music ensembles.





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