M.A. (St. Andrews)
Jane Gosine is a Professor in the School of Music and cross-appointed to Community Health and Humanities, Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University. She teaches courses in musicology in the School of Music and supervises students within the Faculty of Medicine on projects related to the arts and health. Her research includes the study of 17th-century French music, particularly the music of Marc-Antoine Charpentier, and projects related to music and health, with a focus on group singing and wellbeing and the role of the arts in social prescribing.
Jane is the co-founder and director of the Better Breathing Choir – a choir designed to support people living with respiratory disease and those interested in improving their breathing through singing (betterbreathingchoir.wordpress.com). She is a co-investigator on a SSHRC Partnership Grant (2021) led by Dr Frank Russo, “Group singing to support social wellbeing and communication in adults with communication disorders: A knowledge generation and mobilization partnership” (www.singwell.ca) Jane is on the musical team with Shallaway’s neurodiverse ensemble, Lauda (www.shallaway.ca/lauda). She is an active member of the NLCAHR Arts and Health Research Exchange Group and co-convenor for 2021 (www.nlcahr.mun.ca/Research_Exchange/TheArtsHealth)
She serves as a consultant musicologist to music ensembles in Europe and North America on issues related to Renaissance and Baroque performance practices, and enjoys playing viol consort music.
2021 Gosine, J. & Ryan, R. (2021). Creating a virtual singing community for individuals living with respiratory illness, Journal of Music, health and wellbeing https://www.musichealthandwellbeing.co.uk/musicandcovid19
2019 Gosine, C. J. (2019). The Polyphonic Mass in France, 1600–1780: The Evidence of the Printed Choirbooks, by Jean-Paul C. Montagnier. Journal of the American Musicological Society 72 (3), 867-871
2018 Gosine, J. & Travasso, R. (2018). Building community through song: The therapeutic hospice choir, British Journal of Music Therapy 32 (1), 18-26
2017 Gosine, J., Hawksley, D. & LeMessurier Quinn, S. (2017). Community building through Inclusive music-making, Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy 17 (1)
2016 Gosine, C. J. (2016). Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Conserva me Domine. WLSCM – The Web Library of Seventeenth-Century Music
2016 Gosine, C. J. (2016). Music for the Nativity: a textual and musical comparison of Charpentier’s Christmas Cantica In Nativitatem Domini. In C. Cessac (Ed.), Les Histoires Sacreés de Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Origines, contextes, langage, interpretation (pp. 201-227). Brepols.
2014 Gosine, C. J. (2014). Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Petits Motets. Éditions du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles.
2013 Gosine, C. J. & Varnez, F. (2013). Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Magnificat, H. 77. Editions Abbesses, Musica Gallica.
2013 Gosine, C. J. (2013). A la venue de Noel: Charpentier’s O Antiphons (H. 36-43), Musica Sacra 6, 344-346.
2010 Gosine, C. J. (2010). Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643 – 1704): Elevation “O coelestis Jerusalem”. WLSCM – The Web Library of Seventeenth-Century Music.
2010 Gosine, C. J. Devotion, repentance and praise: sensual imagery and musical depiction in the petits motets of Marc-Antoine Charpentier. In Thompson, S. (Ed.), New Researches on Charpentier (pp. 89-104). Routledge.
2017: CFUW Creative Arts Award