Lisa Feurzeig teaches music history and literature and world music at GVSU. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, M.M. from the University of Maryland, and a B.A. degree from Harvard University. Her research is centered on text-music relations in vocal music; particular interests include German art song, Wagner's operas, and music in the Viennese popular theatre of Schubert's time. Her writings include two catalogs of nineteenth century music, periodicals, published as part of the series Repertoire International de la Presse Musicale, and articles in the book The Dissemination of Music and the journal Nineteenth-Century Music. Dr. Feurzeig is also active as a performing singer; she previously emphasized medieval and Renaissance music and has focused recently on art song and chamber music of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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