Reginald L. Sanders
Associate Professor of Music
Storer Hall 022
740-427-5512 fax email@example.com
Reginald L. Sanders joined the faculty of the music department in 2000, following two years of dissertation research in Germany as the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship. He has presented papers at national and international conferences, and his scholarship has appeared in such publications as the Oxford Composer Companions: J. S. Bach and the Hamburger Jahrbuch für Muskwissenschaft. In 2000, the American Bach Society awarded him and co-author Daniel R. Melamed the William H. Scheide Prize for the best publication by scholars in the early stages of their careers for "Zum Text und Kontext der 'Keiser' Markuspassion," which appeared in the 1999 Bach-Jahrbuch. From 2003-2008, he served as editor of Bach Notes, the biannual publication of the American Bach Society, and during the spring '08 semester he served as co-director of the Kenyon in Florence Program. His edition of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's oratorio Die Israeliten in der Wüste was published in 2008 as part of the series Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works, and he is currently at work on another volume for this series. His areas of research concern music and culture in Hamburg during the time of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and various topics related to nineteenth-century Italian opera.
Areas of Expertise
Bach family, opera, art songs
Yale University Ph.D.
San Francisco State University M.A.
Princeton University B.S.E.
MUSC 101 Basic Musicianship
MUSC 102 Introduction to Musical Style
MUSC 203 Music History: Baroque and Classical
MUSC 204: Music History: Nineteenth Century
MUSC 306 Music History: J. S. Bach
MUSC309: History of Opera