CATHERINE MAYES portrait
  • Musicology Area Head
  • Assistant Professor, School Of Music
801-585-6193

Languages

  • French, fluent.
    Native speaker.
  • German, fluent.
  • Hungarian, basic.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Eastern Europe
  • Western Europe

Publications

  • Catherine Mayes, “A Version of Guided Notetaking for Use in Music History Courses: Fostering Engagement and Achievement through Critical Thinking and Writing,” Journal of Music History Pedagogy 8/1 (forthcoming March 2018). Accepted, 09/2017.
  • Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes, “Introduction,” in Consuming Music: Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730–1830, Eastman Studies in Music no. 138 (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2017), 1–10. Published, 02/2017.
  • Catherine Mayes, “In Vienna ‘Only Waltzes Get Printed’: The Decline and Transformation of the Contredanse Hongroise in the Early Nineteenth Century,” in Consuming Music: Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730–1830, ed. Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes, Eastman Studies in Music no. 138 (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2017), 154–175. Published, 02/2017.
  • Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes, eds., Consuming Music: Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730–1830, Eastman Studies in Music no. 138 (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2017). Published, 02/2017.
  • Catherine Mayes, "Turkish and Hungarian-Gypsy Styles," Chapter 7 of The Oxford Handbook of Topic Theory, ed. Danuta Mirka (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), 214-237. Published, 10/2014.
  • Catherine Mayes, "Eastern European National Music as Concept and Commodity at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century," Music & Letters 95/1 (Feb. 2014): 70-91. Published, 02/2014.
  • Catherine Mayes, "Reconsidering an Early Exoticism: Viennese Adaptations of Hungarian-Gypsy Music around 1800," Eighteenth-Century Music 6/2 (September 2009): 161–181. Published, 09/2009.