Dr Howard Wilde

Lecturer in Music

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • School of The Arts


Howard Wilde studied Music at Oxford, King's College London and Royal Holloway, where he completed a thesis on voice-leading theory in 16th-century counterpoint. His teaching and research interests include Schenkerian theory, Renaissance polyphony (especially Josquin) and the singer-songwriter since 1960 (especially Dylan). A recorder player and occasional songwriter, Howard also plays Scrabble at international level.


Forthcoming - Studies in Musical Style to 1830 - Arts Foundation Current teaching folio - Music, Criticism and Culture - Rock and Popular Musicology - Songwriting - Popular Music in Context - Individual Project - Making Music - Music Theory