Vincent Corrigan



Professor Emeritus



Bowling Green State University


Vincent Corrigan is Professor Emeritus at Bowling Green State University. He holds degrees in music education, piano, harpsichord, and musicology from Carnegie-Mellon University and Indiana University. His primary interests lie in Medieval music (polyphony of the 12th and 13th centuries; early liturgies) and harpsichord performance. In 1987 he received an NEH Summer Stipend for work on the Medieval Lyric. He has studied harpsichord with Fernando Valenti and Marie Zorn, and musicology with John Reeves White, Edward Roessner, and Hans Tischler. Publications include The Feast of Corpus Christi with Barbara Walters and Peter Ricketts, a facsimile edition of the manuscript Paris, BNF lat. 1143, and articles on modal transmutation, the rhythm of trouvère song, hemiola, and the Codex Calixtinus.