Dr. Timothy Koozin

Area Coordinator and Associate Professor of Music Theory
Moores School of Music, University of Houston
email: tkoozin@uh.edu

Links and Biography     

Techniques and Materials of Music, textbook and website
     Web site     Publisher's site: Cengage
 

Music for Ear Training, interactive media and workbook

     Web site     New software downloads and help     Publisher's site: Cengage

 
List of Publications and Paper Presentations
 
Course web page for MUSI 6397, Analysis of Rhythm and Meter
Course web page for MUSI 8303, Doctoral Seminar in Music Theory

Online listening and other research resources: UH Library music research media    UH Library home

 

The theory e-Workbook is available to UH students here (password required):
     Diatonic     Chromatic     Twentieth-Century Materials

 

Timothy Koozin (Ph.D. University of Cincinnati) teaches courses in music theory and serves as Coordinator of the Music Theory area at the Moores School of Music, University of Houston. His research interests include music and meaning, popular music, Japanese music, and music instructional technology. His writings appear in Perspectives of New Music, Contemporary Music Review, Music Theory Online, The Journal of Film Music, College Music Symposium, Notes, and Computers in Music Research. 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. He is co-author of Music for Ear Training, a web-based software application with workbook for aural skills published by Schirmer / Cengage. Dr. Koozin has served as editor and author on a volume devoted to the film music of Fumio Hayasaka and Toru Takemitsu published by the Journal of Film Music (2010). For seven years through 2008, he was editor of the Society for Music Theory journal, Music Theory Online. 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 currently serves as chair of the IT/ Networking Committee of the Society for Music Theory.