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American Musicological Society, Greater New York Chapter
Princeton, NJ, April 2000

AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Greater New York Chapter
Department of Music SUNY-Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5475  (631) 632-7330

Joseph H. Auner, Chairman
jauner@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Mark Berry, Secretary/Treasurer
mberry@ic.sunysb.edu

Saturday, April 15, 2000, Princeton University
Rm. 102 Woolworth Center, Princeton, New Jersey

DIRECTIONS
Train to Princeton Junction, transfer to the "Dinky" that goes to
Princeton campus): turn right when you get off the train and walk up
University Avenue, ca. 2 blocks to Nassau Street, go right to main gate of
the University (ca. 2 blocks).  Walk around left side of Nassau Hall to
the street that winds through campus, go left on this street to the
Woolworth Center.
Car: Route 1 south to Washington Road which goes into Princeton, right on
Western Way.  Parking lots on Western Way, include. Graduate student lot
which does not ticket on the weekend. Walk up hill to Prospect Street,
left on Prospect Street for ca. 2 blocks, cross Washington, walk through
arch, Woolworth building is straight ahead

Morning Session:   10:00-12:00
Bonnie Gordon (Stony Brook):  Monteverdi, Kisses, and Control
Susan G. Lewis (Princeton University):  Italia and the Madrigal in
     Copenhagen: Giardino novo I-II and the Transmission of a Venetian
     Cultural Model
Sarah Davies (New York University): The Secrets of Susanna: Virtuous
     Virtuosi and the Florid Style in Instrumental Settings of Susanna ung
     Jour

Lunch Break:   12:00-1:15

Business Meeting: 1:15-2:00: Business Meeting: Chapter Elections (see
     below)

Afternoon Session 2:00-4:00
Thomas Koch (Rutgers University)  The commissura vocum of Johann Frosch:
     Where Theory Meets Practice
Tom Moore (Princeton University):  Before Nazareth: Brazilian Piano Music
     in the Library of the National School of Music, Rio de Janeiro
Jason Stell (Princeton University): Rachmaninov's Expressive Strategies in
     Selected Piano Preludes

Reception:  4:00-5:00