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Halamska, Paulina, studied musicology and classical philology at the University of Warsaw. Her research interests are Protestant music of the seventeenth century and the sacred compositions of Józef Elsner (MA thesis on his Passion oratorio, composed 1836-38). She is currently preparing a PhD on music and musicians in seventeenthcentury Wroclaw [Breslau], with special attention devoted to the Silesian Baroque composer Tobias Zeutschner. She is also establishing a thematic catalogue of the works of Józef Eisner.
Hauptman-Fischer, Ewa, gained her MA in musicology at the University of Warsaw (2003), and her thesis on eighteenth-century music from the Cistercian abbey in Pelplin was subsequently published in Studia Pelplińskie. She works in the Music Department of the University of Warsaw Library, cataloging early Silesian music documents for the International Inventory of Musical Sources (RISM). Her main field of interest is source studies. She is currently working on her PhD thesis on the operas of Ludomir Różycki. Her most important papers include ‘Recenzje prasowe i korespondencja Ludomira Różyckiego ze zbiorów Archiwum Kompozytorów Polskich BUW dotyczące opery “Bolesław Śmiały” Ludomira Różyckiego’ [Press reviews and correspondence of Ludomir Różycki from the Polish Composers’ Archive of the University of Warsaw Library], in Europejska kultura muzyczna w polskich bibliotekach i archiwach (Cracow, 2008) and ‘Analiza źródloznawcza “Halki” Stanisława Moniuszki’ [A source analysis of Stanisław Moniuszko’s Halka], Res Facta Nova, 11 (2010).
Helmcke, William M., is a Ph.D. candidate in Music Theory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Fulbright Scholar (2011-2012) to Poland. He holds degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Minnesota. He has taught courses at the University of Massachusetts Amherst; Williams College; Hampshire College; College of Saint Benedict/St. John’s University; and University of Minnesota. He has also taught music in the public schools of Berlin, Germany and Southern California. William has presented papers at meetings of the International Congress on Musical Signification in Krakow, Poland; the Société Française d’Analyse Musicale (The French Society for Musical Analysis) in Strasbourg, France; the American Comparative Literature Association in Cambridge, Massachusetts; GAMMA-UT in Austin, Texas; and the AP Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington. He has published and forthcoming articles in the United States in the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy and Music Educators Journal; in France in Analyse Musicale; and in Poland in International Congress on Musical Signification XI Conference Proceedings. His research interests include Schenkerian analysis, music theory pedagogy, and Polish music.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland). Also graduated from the University of Technology in Poznań (the electrical engineer). Ph.D. received from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2005. Specializes in the areas of analysis, history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-centuiy music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and physiology of hearing. The author of two books: Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [The Auditory Scene of 20th Music] (Poznań 2006) and the edition of postdoctoral thesis: Intuicja czy scjentyzm: Stockhausen - Berio - Nono - Ligeti - Xenakis - Grisey [Intuition or scientism: Stockhausen - Berio - Nono - Ligeti - Xenakis - Grisey] (Poznań 2013) and a number of articles, which are published in musicological journals and conference proceedings.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She also graduated from the University of Technology in Poznań. She received her PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2005 (Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle teorii Alberta Bregmana [The determinants of the timbre of sounds in twentieth-century composition techniques in the light of Bregman’s conception]). She specialises in the history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and the physiology of hearing. She is author of the book Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [The auditory scene of twentieth-century music] (Poznań, 2006) and a number of articles.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań. She also graduated from the University of Technology in Poznań. She received her Ph.D. from the Adam Mickiewicz University (Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle teorii Alberta Bregmana [Determinants of the timbre of sounds in composers’ techniques of the 20th century in the light of Bregman’s conception]). She specializes in the areas of history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and physiology of hearing. She is the author of the book: Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [‘The Auditory Scene of 20th Century Music’] and a number of articles.
Humięcka-Jakubowska, Justyna, Ph.D., lectures in the Department of Musicology at the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań. She also graduated of the University of Technology in Poznań. Her doctoral thesis was Determinanty barwy dźwięku w dwudziestowiecznych technikach kompozytorskich w świetle koncepcji Alberta S. Bregmana [The determinants of the timbre of sounds in composers’s techniques of the 20th in the light of Bregman’s conception] (2005). She specializes in the areas of history, theory and aesthetics of twentieth-century music and also music perception, cognition, music acoustics and physiology of hearing. She is author of the book Scena słuchowa muzyki dwudziestowiecznej [The auditory scene of 20th Music] (Poznań, 2006) and some papers.

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