Faculty | Theory/Comp
Associate Professor of Music Theory (Area Coordinator)
office: MSM 148
office phone: (713)743-3318
address: 120 School of Music Bldg, Houston, TX 77204-4017
Timothy Koozin (Ph.D. in Music Theory, University of Cincinnati, 1989) teaches courses in music theory, analysis, and music technology. He is editor of Music Theory Online, the electronic journal of the Society for Music Theory. His writings appear in Perspectives of New Music, Contemporary Music Review, Music Theory Online, College Music Symposium, Notes, and Computers in Music Research. He is co-author of The Music for Ear Training CD-ROM and Workbook, a multimedia software application for aural skills in a dual-platform CD-ROM format published by Schirmer. His Norton CD-ROM MasterWorks is an application for music theory, history and appreciation published by W. W. Norton. His study of Sarah McLachlan's music comprises a chapter in Expression in Pop-Rock Music: A Collection of Critical and Analytical Essays edited by Walter Everett (Garland, 2000). Dr. Koozin is known internationally as a specialist in music instructional technology. He has taught a summer course at the College Music Society Center for Professional Development in Music Technology and served on College Music Society advisory boards for music theory and music technology. He has twice served as program chair for the Association for Technology in Music Instruction and collaborated on many sessions for that organization devoted to music theory instructional pedagogy.
Online Research and Course Materials: (LINKS ON OLD PAGE NOT WORKING)
- Personal page
- About the Music for Ear Training CD-ROM and Workbook published by Schirmer/Cengage
- Online course documents are available through UH e-reserve
For online listening, log on to the Classical Music Library by way of the UH Library music data base page.