Nozomi SATO  Curriculum Vitae@

nozomisato@keio.jp                                                                                          February 17, 2016

 

Department of Musicology

Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus

4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, 223-8521 JAPAN

Tel.: +81-45-566-1359; Fax: +81-45-566-1361

(Currently Visiting Professor, School of Music, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)

 

 

Education:

2005             Ph. D. in Musicology, Tokyo University of the Arts

1994-1996    Ruhr University Bochum, Doctorate Course, Musicology

1992-1996    Tokyo University of the Arts, Doctorate Course

1988-1992        Tokyo University of the Arts, M. A. Course, 1988-1992, M. A. in Musicology, 1992

1989-1991    University of Cologne, M. A. Course, 1989-1991

1984-1988    Tokyo University of the Arts, B. A. Course, 1984-1988, B. A. in Music, 1988

 

Academic Positions

2007-           Professor, Keio University, Department of Musicology, Hiyoshi Campus

2002-2007    Associate Professor, Keio University, Department of Musicology, Hiyoshi Campus

1999-2002    Senior Assistant Professor, Keio University, Department of Musicology, Hiyoshi Campus

1999-2003    Adjunct Lecturer, Tokyo University of the Arts

1996-1999    Assistant Researcher, Tokyo University of the Arts

1992-1994    Toho College of Music, Adjunct Lecturer (October 1992-March 1994)

 

Visiting Positions

March 2016- Visiting Professor in Musicology, School of Music, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2003-2004    Visiting Scholar (Gastwissenschaftler), Albertus Ludwig University, Freiburg, Germany

1998             Visiting Scholar, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, New York

 

Professional Service and Appointments

Chair of East Japan Section, Musicological Society of Japan (2011-2013 and 2015-)

Chair of Executive Committee of the 20th Quinquennial International Musicological Society Congress in Tokyo, 2017 (2014-)

Chair of Research Board gHigher Education Curriculum,h Research Center for the Liberal Arts, Keio University (2011-2015)

Vice-Director, Research Center for the Liberal Arts, Keio University (2005-2008)

Coordinator, Member of the Project Board, Research Center for the Liberal Arts, Keio University (2002-2005)

Head of the Committee Office, Organizing Committee, International Congress of the Musicological Society of Japan - In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary (IMJ 2002) in Shizuoka, November 2-5 2002, (1999-2002)

Editorial Board of Annual Report of the Japan Organ Society (1996-2001)

 

Honors and Fellowships

Keio University, Faculty of Business and Commerce, Education & Media Award, gContribution to the Music Education in Hiyoshi Campus,h July 2008

Fellow of Salzburg Seminar Session 387, gMuseum in the 21st Centuryh (May 2001)

Scholar of DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) (1994-1996)

Scholar of the Rotary Foundation, Rotary International (1989-90)

 

Research Projects

Current Research Project: 1) The Theological Implications of German Protestant Music, ca. 1600-1750; 2) Music in the Liberal Arts Education Curriculum of North American Universities

Research Project gTheological Disputation on Music in the Protestant Germany ca. 1600-1750,h Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), JSPS (2006-2008)

Member of gHyper Digital Research Projecth (Developing of Hyper Digital Interface System ghydih), gAcademic Frontierh Project of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2005-2008)

Member of Research Project on gLiberal Arts and General Education of Japanese Universities and Colleges,h Commissioned Research Project of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2001-2002)

Member of Research Project on gFunctions of Public Performing Arts Hall in the Context of Social and Continuing Education,h Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), JSPS (2000-2004)

 

Courses Taught

Keio University (1999-):

History of Baroque Music; History of Orchestral Music; History of Western Choral Music; History of Opera; Keio Collegium Musicum Academy Vocal Music (Historical Performance Practice); Introduction to Music Theory; General Education Seminar for Business Students, gExploring Musich; gAcademic Skillsh (Pre-Seminar for Research Works, Japanese and English classes); Introduction to Musicology, etc.

Tokyo University of the Arts (Adjunct) (1997-2003, 2004-2005, 2014):

      History of Keyboard Music; General History of Western Music; Introduction to Research of Musical Sources

Miyagi Gakuin Womenfs University (2005-2014) (Adjunct):

      History of Keyboard Music

Toho College of Music (Adjunct) (1992-93):

      History of Orchestral Music; History of Opera; Musicology Seminar

 

 

Research Publications, Presentations, and Lectures (Selected)

 (All publications are in Japanese otherwise stated.)

 

BOOKS

Rethinking Baroque Music, Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo Sha, 2015. (forthcoming)

The Typology of Instrumental Music in German Music Theory Writings, ca. 1650 - 1750, Tokyo: Keio University Press, 2005.

Academic Skills: An Introduction to the Research Works for University and College Students, (main author Nozomi Sato, co-authors: Takeshi Yukawa, Chiaki Yokoyama, and Akihiko Kondo), Keio University Press, 2006. (Revised edition: 2012)

 

DEGREE THESISES

The Typology of Instrumental Music in German Music Theory Writings, ca. 1650 - 1750, Ph. D. thesis, Tokyo University of the Arts, 2005.

Keyboard Music in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands: Repertoire of Free Compositions and Problem of Genre, M. A. thesis, Tokyo University of the Arts, 1992.

Organological Study on J. S. Bach's Organs, B. A. thesis, Tokyo University of the Arts, 1989.

 

ARTICLES IN BOOKS AND JOURNALS

gClavier Übung III,h gOrgan Inspection,h gPartita,h gCapriccio,h gFriedrich Erhard Niedt,h gFriedrich Wilhelm Marpurg,h gSilbermann,h gSchnittger,h gStylus phantasticus,h gStyle galant,h gStile brisé,h gStile antico,h and gSinfonia,h entries for Cambridge Bach Encyclopedia, Yo Tomita ed., London: Cambridge University Press, 2015. (forthcoming)

gTheologische Disputationen über Kirchenmusik und die darauf bezogenen Reaktionen der Musiktheorie im protestantischen Deutschland zwischen 1650 und 1750.h In: Jochen M. Arnold, Konrad Kuster und Hans Otte eds., Singen Beten, Musizieren: Theologische Grundlagen der Kirchenmusik in Nord- und Mitteldeutschland zwischen Reformation und Pietismus (1530-1750). Göttingen: V&R Unipress. 2014. (German)

gTheological Disputations on Church Music in the Protestant Germany 1713-1732,h The Hiyoshi Review of the Humanities, No.28 (2013): 53-72.

gWie hat man zur Zeit Bachs die Kirchenmusik gehört?: Eine Skizze der Auseinandersetzungen in den Predigten, theologischen, und musiktheoretischen Schriften,h lecture at the Ringvorlesung gMusik und Geschichteh Symposiums-Wochenende zu Ehren von Werner Breig, Universität der Künste Berlin, Berlin, Germany, December 9, 2012. (German, publication in preparation)

gJohann Sebastian Bach: Dritter Teil der Clavier Übung,h CD Booklet, Naoko Imai (Organ), ALM Records, ALCD-1041-1042, 2003. (Japanese, English and German)

gOn ethe Grand Design for the Liberal Arts Education for the Higher Educationf: A Research Report of the eLiberal Arts Education Research Projectf of the Ministry of Education of Japan,h Mita Hyoron, December 2002: 35-40.

gEmancipation of the Instrumental Music as a Turning Point of the Epoch,h Musicology Forum in the New Century: Music in the Tuning Point of the Epoch, Festschrift Ichiro Sumikura, 2002, pp. 136-147.

gArticulation Problems in the Keyboard Music of J. S. Bach and his Contemporaries,h Annual Report of the Japan Organ Society, XXVIII (2000): 15-26.

gHeinrich Schütz: Geistliche Chormusik, Die sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreutz,h CD Booklet, Bach Collegium Japan, directed by Masaaki Suzuki, BIS, BIS-CD-831/832, 1997. (English, German and French)

gThe Concept of eInstrumental Musicf in German Music Theory of the 17th and Early 18th Centuries,h Ongakugaku (Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan), XLIII (1997): 81-98.

gZur Gattung eFreie Kompositionf der niederländischen Claviermusik um die Zeit Sweelincks,h Ongakugaku (Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan), XXXVIII (1992): 98-117. (German with summary in Japanese)

gReconsideration on J. S. Bach's Ideal Organ,h Annual Report of the Japan Organ Society, XVI (1989): 51-65.

 

LECTURES, ORAL PRESENTATIONS, AND OTHER PUBLIC ACTIVITIES

gArousal of the eInwardnessf and the eTheaterizatonf of Church Music around 1700: an Observation on the Relationship of German Protestant Theology and Music,h Round Table A, gTransforming Religion and Music at the Turn of the 18th Century, Comparison of Situations in Germany, France and Italy,h 61st Annual Meeting of Musicological Society of Japan, Keio University Mita Campus, November 2, 2013.

gTheologische Disputationen über Kirchenmusik und die darauf bezogenen Reaktionen der Musiktheorie im protestantischen Deutschland von 1661-1745,h Tagung, Theologische Grundlagen der Kirchenmusik im protestantischen Kontext (1525-1725); Evangelisches Zentrum für Gottesdienst und Kirchenmusik; Michaeliskloster Hildesheim, Germany, December 18, 2009. (German)

gOrgan Dedication Sermons of the German Lutheran Churches in the Baroque Era: Interpretations of the Theological Meaning of Music,h 60th Annual Meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan, Osaka University, October 24, 2009. 

gBach Researches in the Future,h Roundtable 1: gBach and the 21st Century,h the 56th Annual Meeting of Musicological Society of Japan, Meiji-Gakuin University, October 23, 2005.

gJapanisches Hochschulsystem: Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft,h Vortrag, Japanisch-Deutsches Forum der Freunde des DAAD 2005, gDer fliegende Hörsaal oder das Ende vom Lied: Die Hochschulen in Japan und Deutschland im 21. Jh., organized by DAAD Alumni Club Japan, Meiji Gakuin-University Kohoku-ryo, March 26, 2005. (German)

gOn the Evaluation Methods of the Public Performing Arts Hall in Japan,h Symposium of the Hiyoshi Performing Arts Hall Project: gPublic Performing Arts Hall in the 21st Century,h Keio University Hiyoshi Campus, July 20, 2003.

gJapan and Western Music,h Presentation, Salzburg Seminar Freeman Foundation Symposium 2002: gEast Asia and United Stats: A Search for Common Value,h Session gCultural Impressions Asia and the United States,h Schloss Leoportskron, Salzburg, June 2, 2002. (English)

gOn the Transcriptions and Arrangements of the Trio Sonatas by J. S. Bach,h Response to the Presentation of David Schulenburg, gPerforming Bachfs Musical Offering: Questions for the Keyboard Player,h Symposium of the Kanto Brach Meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan, Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus, January 10, 2002. (English)

gHistorical Development of Keyboard Technique,h Lecture, Summer Seminar of Research Group of the Musical Acoustics, the Acoustical Society of Japan, Act City Hamamatsu, September 21, 2001.

gJ. S. Bach as Organist: from Church Organist to True Composer,h lecture concert, organ: Megumi Yoshida, lecture: Nozomi Sato, September 23, 2000, Ryutopia Concert Hall, Nigata.

gThe Concept of eInstrumental Musicf in German Music Theory of the17th and Early 18th Centuries,h 48th Annual Meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan, November 2, 1997.

gTypologie der Instrumentalmusik in den deutschen musiktheoretischen Texten des 17. Jahrhunders,h Presentation at the Colloquium Sommer Semester 1995, Musikwissenschaftliches Institut der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, July 4, 1995.

Commentary in the Radio Program of Classical Music, gThe Best of Classics,h NHK, National Broadcasting, July 1620, 2000; December 11-14, 2000; July 24-25, 2001; December 10-13, 2001; gClassical Muisc Abroad,h March 24, 2002; March 16 2003.

TRANSLATIONS

Keyboard Music of Johann Sebastian Bach, by David Schulenberg, translation: Nozomi Sato and Sachiko Kimura, Tokyo: Shogakukan, 2001.

119 Articles including gLow Countries,h gW. C. Printz,h gVincent Lübeck,h and gHenry Roseh in the Japanese Edition of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Tokyo: Kodansha, 1992-1994.

70 Articles including gSuite,h gFuge,h gNotation,h in the Japanese Edition of the Metzler Musiklexikon, Tokyo: Kyoiku Geijutsu Sha, 2006. 

 

Performance Activities

2000-present:  Co-Director of Keio University Collegium Musicum, Conductor of Academy Vocal Ensemble

1992-present:   Organist, Asagaya Church, United Church of Japan, Asagaya, Tokyo.

 

Recent Concerts (Selected)

Memorial Concert for the Victims of 3.11 Earthquake and Tsunami Desaster, Songs of Miyazawa Kenji and Akira Miyoshi: Ballades to the Earth for Mixed Choir, Keio University Collegium, Academy Vocal Ensemble, conductor: Nozomi Sato, Nahan Plaza, Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture February 7, Ozuchi Tasukeai Center, Ozuchi City, Iwate Prefecture, February 8.

Heinrich Schütz: Magnificat, Stücke aus gSymphoniae Sacrae IIIh, Keio University Collegium Academy Vocal Ensembre and Ensemble Milim, conductors: Nozomi Sato and Takuza Nemoto,; Keio University Hiyoshi Campus Kyoseikan Music Hall, October 11, 2016.

Dieterich Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri, Regular Concert of Keio University Collegium Academy Vocal Ensembre, conductor: Nozomi Sato, Asagaya Church, Tokyo, February 28; Keio University Hiyoshi Campus Kyoseikan Music Hall, March 1, 2015.

Homage to Akira Miyoshi, eThe Weathercockf and eA Top of Acornf from Akira Miyoshi, gFive Pictures for Children for Mixed Choir and Piano,h gBallades to the Earth for Mixed Choir,h January 15, 2015, Keio University Collegium Academy, Regular Class Chorus and Academy Vocal Ensemble, conductor: Nozomi Sato, January 15, 2015, Keio University Hiyoshi Campus Kyoseikan Music Hall.

Johann Sebastian Bach, Mass in B-Minor, Keio University Collegium Mass B-Minor Project Orchestra and Vocal Ensembre, conductor: Akira Ishii, chorus instructor and organ basso continuo: Nozomi Sato, Asagaya Church, Tokyo, January 5, 2012; Keio University Hiyoshi Campus Kyoseikan Music Hall, January 7, 2012.