This Richard Taruskin interview conducted at the U of Oregon doesn’t shed too much light on the OHWM, but he talks a bit about his life and background (first half of the interview) and his thoughts on music and censorship (last half).
Published by Zachary Wallmark
During the Challenge I was graduate student in musicology at UCLA (completed 2014). I am currently Assistant Professor of Music History at SMU in Dallas, TX, where I teach courses on cultural musicology, opera history, music perception and cognition, popular music, and research methods. My monograph project, "Nothing but Noise: Timbre and Musical Meaning at the Edge," is under contract with Oxford University Press. View all posts by Zachary Wallmark