Fourth-year School of Music student Michael O’Keefe was at home, enjoying a little rest and relaxation before wind ensemble rehearsal, when the phone rang.
“If the body made music, what would that sound like? As a composer, it’s an interesting question to ask.”
Dr. Paul Rice is a musicologist who loves a good mystery.
The professor in the School of Music is a sleuth, really, employing his detective skills to research little-known composers, singers and concert directors of the 17th and 18th centuries.