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Gregory Marion






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Gregory Marion holds a PhD in Music Theory from The University of Michigan, a Master’s degree from the University of Alberta, and a Bachelor’s degree in Theory and Composition from the University of Western Ontario. He joins the department of music after having held positions at the University of Iowa, The University of Michigan, and Penn State.

Marion’s research interests include 19th-century German Romanticism and French music of the later-19th and early 20th centuries with a primary emphasis on the works of Claude Debussy. He has a number of articles in print and in progress, and is in the early stages of a book project entitled At the Temporal Divide: Contextualizing the Music of Claude Debussy. He has presented his research at numerous scholarly conferences in Canada, the United States, the U.K., and in Australia.

Marion has taught a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory, including: the core theory sequence; 16th-Century Counterpoint; 19th-Century Germanic Music; 20th-Century Music; Schenkerian Analysis; and special topics courses centering on Debussy.

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