Greenwood, Andy

Andy Greenwood has just returned from the Scottish Lowlands where he conducted archival research (generously supported by a Wadmond Award) on eighteenth-century vernacular song repertories used by Haydn in his 429 settings of Scots songs.  Andy’s research trip followed the successful defense of his dissertation proposal “Musical Ideas of Sympathy and Sensibility in the Scottish Enlightenment” which arose out of the seminar Composing Humans co-taught by Martha Feldman and James Chandler at the Center for Disciplinary Innovation in the Franke Institute for the Humanities.  He and his fiancée Jessica Sandy (MAPH music alumnus, 2006) have recently adopted a second dog “Kipper” (English Pointer/Dalmatian mix) who has become best friend to their beloved Weimaraner, Grace.

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