Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Illuminating Music: Just What the Doctor Ordered

A true tonic for the heart, body and soul. “Cohencentric: Leonard Cohen Considered” prescribes Lesson 1 in Dr. David Goza’s recently launched educational video series, “How to Listen to Music”. Musicologist Goza, Visiting Associate Professor of Music at University of Oklahoma, distills, in the lecture hall and online, “A Descriptive Analysis of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah,’ Sung by Allison Crowe”.

Professor Goza notes @
“I'm starting a new educational series to give my students some ways to think about music, and I'll probably post them here from time to time. This one involves a heartbreakingly beautiful performance of Leonard Cohen's ‘Hallelujah’ by Allison Crowe ( )."

Dr. Goza, who teaches World Music at OU’s state-of-the-art facility, in his posting expresses "nothing but admiration for Ms. Crowe's extraordinary artistry.”

In turn, Allison’s honoured and grateful that her performance of Leonard Cohen’s song is part of, and launches, this wonderful new series.

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