Lori Kruckenberg is associate professor of musicology, and has been on the University of Oregon music faculty since 2001. She teaches the undergraduate and graduate music history surveys of the medieval and Renaissance periods as well as speciality courses in the history of music theory and early music notations. Topics in graduate seminars have included sequences, tropes, New Song (cantica nova), women musicians in medieval German, and early music in England. She was a Fulbright scholar to Germany (1992–94) and she researched at the Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg until 1996. Prior to her arrival at the UO, she held positions at the University of Iowa and University of Louisville. Most recently, she was visiting professor at the Universität Basel (2008–09).
BOOKS AND EDITED BOOKS
- The Sequences of Nidaros: A Nordic Repertory and Its European Context, edited by Lori Kruckenberg and Andreas Haug. Skrifter nr. 20. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, 2006.
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
- “Sequences.” In The Cambridge History of Medieval Music, edited by Mark Everist and Thomas F. Kelly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
- “Transmission, Reception, Resistance and Adaptation of Sequentiae novae of ca. 1100.” Beiträge zum Kulturtransfer. Perspektiven eines Forschungsansatzes (in press).
- “Music for John the Evangelist: Virtue and Virtuosity at Paradies.” In Leaves from Paradise: The Cult of John at the Dominican Convent Paradies bei Soest, 133–160, edited by Jeffrey F. Hamburger. Houghton Library Studies. Cambridge, MA: Houghton Library, distributed by Harvard University Press, 2008.
- “The Lotharingian Axis and Monastic Reforms: Towards the Recovery of an Early Messine Trope Tradition.” In Cantus Planus – Study Group of the International Musicological Society: Papers Read at the Twelfth Meeting, Lillafüred, Hungary. 23–28 August 2004, edited by László Dobszay, et al., 723–752. Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2006.
- “Neumatizing the Sequence: Special Performances of Sequences in the Central Middle Ages,” Journal of American Musicological Society 59/2 (Summer 2006): 243–317.
- “Making a Sequence Repertory: The Tradition of the Ordo Nidrosiensis Ecclesiae” (Chapter 1) and “Two Sequentiae novae at Nidaros: Celeste organum and Stola iocunditatis” (Chapter 11). In The Sequences of Nidaros: A Nordic Repertory and It European Context, 5–44 and 297–342. edited by Lori Kruckenberg and Andreas Haug, Skrifter nr. 20. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, 2006.
- “The Absence of Transmission: Symptoms of a Musical-Cultural Reception Barrier between the West- and East Frankish Regions.” In Bericht über den XIII. Internationaler Kongress der Gesellschaft für Musikforschung in Weimar 2004, 2 vols. Edited by Detlef Altenburg, et al. Kassel and Stuttgart: Bärenreiter/Metzler, in press since 2005.
- “Some Observations on a Troparium Tardivum. The Proper Tropes in Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, 417,” Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis 50/1–2 (2003): 151–182.
- “Zur Rekonstruktion des Hirsauer Sequentiars,” Revue bénédictine 109/1–2 (1999): 186–207.