Michael T. Lively, Ph.D.

2301 Vanderbilt Court

Denton, Texas 76201

940-387-9849

michaellively@prodigy.net



Teaching Experience


Southern Methodist University

Musicianship I, II, III, and IV

Advanced Musicianship

Music Theory II, III, IV

Form and Analysis

Analysis of Contemporary Music

Graduate Theory Review

Analytical Techniques (Graduate)

Music Theory Pedagogy Practicum (Graduate)

Graduate Theory Review (Online Class)


Texas Woman’s University

Music Theory I, II, III, IV

Aural Skills I, II, III, IV

Counterpoint

Instrumental Arranging

Music Theory Pedagogy (Graduate)

Musical Styles (Graduate)


University of North Texas

Music Theory 

Aural Skills 

Counterpoint

Introduction to Music Theory

Aural Skills (Graduate)


Austin College

Music Theory

Aural Skills

Music Fundamentals


Collin County Community College

Music Theory

Aural Skills

Music Fundamentals

Music Appreciation

Group Piano

Commercial Piano


Lon Morris College

Music History

Music Appreciation

Introduction to the Fine Arts

Applied Trumpet

Band

Choir


CV

Michael T. Lively, Ph.D.


Thesis

“D. A. Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning: Implications for the Development of Music Theory Instructional Material.”

Master’s Thesis, University of North Texas (2001).

[full text]

Dissertation


“Non-Linear and Multi-Linear Time in Beethoven’s Opus 127: An Analysis of the ‘Krakow’ Sketch Materials.”

Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Texas, 2010.

[full text]

Faculty Letters of Evaluation (SMU)


2017

Education


University of North Texas, Ph.D. in Music Theory (2010)


University of North Texas, Master of Music in Music Theory (2001)


Texas State University, Master of Music in Instrumental Conducting (1995)


University of Texas, Bachelor of Arts in Music (1992)

Service


Southern Methodist University

Academic Policies Committee, Meadows School of the Arts

Individual Student Committees, Master’s Degree in Music Theory Pedagogy
Individual Student committees, Undergraduate Recitals

Outside Reader, Bach: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute


Texas Woman’s University

Music Technology Committee

Honors Recital Committee


Lon Morris College

Student Awards Committee

Library Acquisitions Committee

References


Dr. Timothy L. Jackson

University of North Texas

1155 Union Circle #311367

Denton, Texas 76203-5017

940-565-3748

timothy.jackson@unt.edu


Dr. Frank Heidlberger
University of North Texas
1155 Union Circle #311367
Denton, Texas 76203-5017
940-369-7542
frank.heidlberger@prodigy.net


Dr. Mark Feezell
Southern Methodist University
6101 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75275-0356
214-768-2531
mfeezell@smu.edu


Dr. David Mancini

Southern Methodist University
6101 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75275-0356

214-768-1951

dmancini@smu.edu​

Employment


Southern Methodist University, Lecturer in Music Theory (2017-2019)


Southern Methodist University, Visiting Lecturer in Music Theory (2015-2017)


Texas Woman’s University, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Theory (2013-2014)


Anglican Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (Arlington, Texas), Music Director and Organist (2011-2017)


Lon Morris College, Instructor of Music and Director of Bands (1996-1997)


Austin College, Adjunct Faculty (2006)


Collin County Community College, Associate Faculty (2005-2009)


University of North Texas, Teaching Fellow (1999-2001, 2003-2009) 

Presentations


“Gesualdo’s Moro lasso and the Freudian Repetition Compulsion.”
Southwest Regional Conference of the American Musicological Society (AMS-SW).
McKinney, Texas- April 7, 2018.


“Developing Variation and Structural Voice-Leading in Gesualdo’s Moro lasso​.” 
South Central Regional Conference of the College Music Society.
Durant, Oklahoma- March 17, 2018.


“Critical Thinking and the Pedagogy of Music Theory.” 

South Central Regional Conference of the College Music Society.

Henderson State University- March 31, 2017.


“Multi-Linear Continuity, Musical Perception, and Renaissance Poly-Modality.”

Southwest Regional Conference of the American Musicological Society (AMS-SW).

Trinity University- April 2, 2016.


“A Multi-Linear Approach to Lewin’s ​Morgengruß.”

Southwest Regional Conference of the American Musicological Society (AMS-SW).

University of North Texas- April 11, 2015.


“Multi-Linear Continuity and David Lewin’s Analysis of Morgengruß.”

South Central Regional Conference of the College Music Society.

Tahlequah, Oklahoma- March 12, 2015. 


“The Narrative Persona and the Nineteenth-Century Solo Concerto: An Analytical Study of Stylistic Competency and the Troping of Temporality.”

Southwest Regional Conference of the American Musicological Society (AMS-SW).

Rice University- October 5, 2013.


“‘Because True Nature Always Finds Its Principles in Art’: Non-Linear and Multi-Linear Continuity in the Second Movement of Beethoven’s Opus 127.”

South Central Regional Conference of the College Music Society.

Little Rock, Arkansas- March 5, 2011.


"Johannes Brahms and the Paratext of the Schumann ‘Clara’ Cipher.”

Schumann Perpectives: A View Across the Disciplines.

Texas Tech University- September 30, 2006.


"Hindemith, Schenker, and the University of North Texas: Early Comparative Studies Supervised by Robert W. Ottman During the Mid 1950s.”

Annual Conference of the Texas Society for Music Theory.

University of North Texas- February 25, 2006.


“D. A. Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning: Implications for the Development of Music Theory Instructional Material.”

South Central Regional Conference of the College Music Society.

University of Oklahoma- March 10, 2005.


“The Narrative in Hector Berlioz’s Harold in Italy.”

International Berlioz Bi-Centennial Symposium.

University of North Texas- November 11, 2003.

Church Music Experience


Anglican Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (Arlington, Texas), Music Director and Organist (2011-2017)


Anglican Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (Arlington, Texas), Organist (2008-2011)


Anglican Church of Saint Laurence (Southlake, Texas), Organist and Choir Director (2006-2007)


First United Methodist Church (Prosper, Texas), Organist (1997-2001)


Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church (Lago Vista, Texas), Organist and Choir Director (1990-1996)


Travis Oaks Baptist Church (Lago Vista, Texas), Organist (1989-1990) 


Lon Morris College, Chapel Organist (1996-1997)


American Guild of Organists- Choir Master’s Certificate (ChM), (2014)

ChM Letter of Commendation 


American Guild of Organists- Colleague’s Certificate (CAGO), (2016)

CAGO Letter of Commendation

Letter of Commendation from the Episcopal Diocese of Fort worth (2015)

Publication


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

“Teaching Materials and Strategies for the AP Music Theory Exam.”

Music Educators Journal​ 104 (September 2017): 47-54.

[full text]


“The Development, Implementation, and Supervision of Online Music Theory Courses.”
College Music Symposium 56 (2016).
[full text]


“Critical Thinking and the Pedagogy of Music Theory.”

Inquiry 30 (2015): 59-68.

[full text]


“Hindemith, Schenker, and the University of North Texas: Early Comparative Studies Supervised by Robert W. Ottman During the Mid 1950s.”

South Central Music Bulletin 6 (2007): 4-10.

[full text]


“D. A. Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning: Implications for the Development of Music Theory Instructional Material.”
Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy 19 (2005): 77-100.
[full text]


Conference Proceedings 

“Gesualdo’s Moro lasso and the Freudian Repetition Compulsion.”
American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter Conference Proceedings 7 (2018).
[full text]


“Multi-Linear Continuity, Musical Perception, and Renaissance Poly-Modality.”

American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter Conference Proceedings 5 (2016).

[full text]


“The Narrative Persona and the Nineteenth-Century Solo Concerto: An Analytical Study of Stylistic Competency and the Troping of Temporality.”

American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter Conference Proceedings​ 3 (2013).

 [full text]