[EP3] The Power of Music in Anime

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Let's dive into the world of music in anime! Join us for a discussion with musicologists about meanings hidden in anime music. Please feel free to ask questions in the Live Chat. We will discuss them with our guests during the Q&A session.

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Our guest speakers:

[Dr. Stacey Jocoy]
Stacey Jocoy is an associate professor of music history at Texas Tech University. She holds a in musicology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She has presented on music in anime at the American Popular Culture Association, the Animation and Public Engagement Symposium, Mechademia conferences, and Anime Expo Academic Conferences. She is a guest editor for Mechademia “Soundscapes” and has articles appearing in the upcoming Anime and Music handbook (Palgrave) and Animation and public engagement at the time of Covid19 (Vernon Press). Her research explores the intersections of music, politics, and constructions of gender, focusing on the functions of musical narratives in context.

[Dr. Kunio Hara]
Kunio Hara is an associate professor of music history at the University of South Carolina. He holds a in musicology from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and and degrees in music history and clarinet performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. His research interests include Puccini's operas, exoticism, and Orientalism in music, nostalgia, and music in postwar Japan.
In 2020, he published the book 33 1/3 Japan:Joe Hisaishi's Sountrack for My Neighbor Totoro . The book investigates the extent to which the world-renowned composer Joe Hisaishi's music shaped the legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki's vision by examining the relationship between the images created by Miyazaki and the music composed by Hisaishi, with special emphasis on their approaches to nostalgia, one of the central themes of the film.

[Rose Bridges]
Rose Bridges is a student in musicology at the University of Texas-Austin, USA, researching film music and sound, especially animation, and popular music of the 1960s-80s. She is also a regular editorial contributor to Anime News Network, the most read English-language news site for Japanese anime and manga.
In 2017, she published the book 33 1/3 Japan: Yoko Kanno’s Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack. The book places it within the context of Bebop's influences and Kanno's larger body of work. It analyzes how the music tells Spike, Faye, Jet, and the rest of the crew's stories. Cowboy Bebop and its music are like nothing else, and they deserve a guide to match.
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