Music has 17 members of academic staff and over 100 postgraduate students researching a diverse range of subjects.
Music research covers a wide range of areas including interdisciplinary and practice-based projects.
Find an area of musicology studies that suits you here, along with the relevant scholarly expertise amongst our faculty.
Compositional studies at Edinburgh cross all styles and genres, including instrumental, vocal and electronic music.
Research and skills development are offered in production, programming and all areas of new-media technology.
The IMHSD explores scientific, educational and therapeutic aspects of music, and welcomes both collaborators and students.
The University of Edinburgh collection of musical instruments and range of facilities helps to support students researching musical instruments across historical and cultural contexts.
Research in the Acoustics and Fluid Dynamics Research Group at the University of Edinburgh includes the field of musical acoustics and a variety of specialised areas of study.
The NESS project is a collaboration between the Acoustics group and the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre, concerned with physical modelling sound synthesis.
This article was published on Sep 10, 2012