Eric Bianchi

Assistant Professor of Music

Faculty Memorial Hall 441
Fordham University-Rose Hill Campus
Bronx, NY 10458

Phone: 718-817-5631
Email: ebianchi1@fordham.edu

Office Hours: TBA

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Education

BA, Villanova University; PhD Yale University

Area of Specialization

Renaissance and Baroque Music

Courses Taught

  • MUSC 1100 - Music History Introduction
  • HPRH 2003 - Music in Early Modernity (Honors)
  • MUSC 2140/2141 - Keyboard Fundamentals: A Music-Theory Approach (+ Lab)
  • MUSC 2146 - Music theory II (Diatonic Harmony)
  • MUSC 3110 - Music Before 1600
  • MUSC 3121 - Baroque Music: Between Ancients & Moderns
  • MVST 5100 - Cultures of Music and Sound in the Medieval World (with Andrew Albin)

Biography

Eric Bianchi joined the faculty of the Art History and Music Department in 2011. He specializes in music theory from 1550-1800. His research explores the intellectual and scientific contexts of music during the Early Modern period, with particular focus on the musical writings of the Jesuit polymath Athanasius Kircher. He was a Rome Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Rome in 2008-2009.

Selected Publications

 Scholars, friends, plagiarists: The musician as author in the seventeenth centruy. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 70(1), 61–128. (View Article

"Bad Latin, Bad Manners: Giovanni Battista Doni, Marin Mersenne, and Literary Style in Seventeenth-Century Music Theory." Music and Letters 96, no. 2 (2015): 167-84. doi:10.1093/ml/gcv037.