Publications

Forthcoming

  • “The Ambiguous Ethics of Music’s Ineffability,” Journal of the Royal Musicological Society, forthcoming 2020
  • “Dancing with Philosophy: A Ficto-Critical Report,” South African Musical Studies, forthcoming    2020
  •  “Music’s Techno-Chronemics,” Musical Cultures of the Twentieth Century, Vol. 5, Special Issue.
  • “Investigating Musical Performance: Theoretical Models and Intersections” (eds. Gianmario Borio, Alessandro Cecchi, Giovanni Giuriati and Marco Lutzu), Routledge: London, 2020
  • “Music, Labor, and Technologies of Desire,” Music and Affect (Eds. Judith Lochead, et al), Chicago: Chicago University Press, forthcoming 2020
  • Selected Publications

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Political Economy of Music Streaming: Distributed Networks, Surveillance, and Automation,” Cambridge Companion to Music and Digital Culture (Eds. Nicholas Cook, et al). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Toward a History of Digital Music: New Technology, Business Practices, and Intellectual Property,” Cambridge Companion to Music and Digital Culture (Eds. Nicholas Cook, et al). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Afro-Electric Counterpoint,” Rethinking Steve Reich (eds. Sumanth Gopinath and Pwyll ap Sion). Oxford University Press, 2019

    Scherzinger, Martin R.“Temporalities,” The Oxford Handbook of Critical Concepts in Music Theory (Eds. Alexander Rehding and Steven Rings), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Piano Phase in Global Perspective: Myths & Realities,” Neue Musik und Musikerziehung, Special Issue: “Clash! Generationen – Kulturen – Identitäten in Neuer Musik” (Ed. Jörn- Peter Hiekel et al), Issue 58, 144-163, 2018   

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Du téléchargement à l’écoute en ligne: les économies de la musique numérique” [“From Torrent to Stream: Economies of Digital Music”], Transpositions: Musique et Sciences Sociale, Issue 6, 2017   

    Scherzinger, Martin R. “Software Physiognomics: Adorno’s Radio Analytics Today,” New German Critique, Special Issue on Adorno and Music, Issue 129, November, 53-72, 2016