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Life and career
Born in Gelsenkirchen, from 1983 to 1988 Tadday studied musicology, music education, philosophy and German language and literature at the Ruhr University Bochum and at the Technical University of Dortmund. After his legal clerkship and second state examination, he worked for three years as a music teacher at grammar schools in the lower and upper secondary levels.
Tadday worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Historical Musicology of the Institute of Music and its Didactics at the University of Dortmund. There he received his doctorate in 1992 and habilitated in 1998 as a scholarship holder of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft with a thesis on the aesthetics, critique and history of romantic music aesthetics.
In September 2002, Tadday took up the professorship for Music history in the music/musicology program of the Department of Cultural Studies at the University of Bremen. Tadday's research focuses on music history and music aesthetics of the modern era, especially of the 17th to 21st centuries.
- Die Anfänge des Musikfeuilletons: der kommunikative Gebrauchswert musikalischer Bildung in Deutschland um 1800.J .B. Metzler, Stuttgart 1993.
- Das schöne Unendliche. Ästhetik, Kritik, Geschichte der romantischen Musikanschauung.Metzler, Stuttgart/Weimar 1999, ISBN 978-3-476-01664-5.
- as editor: Schumann-Handbuch. Metzler / Bärenreiter, Stuttgart/Weimar/Kassel 2006, ISBN 978-3-476-01671-3.
- Der späte Schumann.
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