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American Musicological Society, Pacific Northwest Chapter
Bellingham, WA, April 2000

We are pleased to announce the program of the Pacific Northwest Chapter
meeting of the AMS which will take place April 7-9, 2000 at the Performing
Arts Center of Western Washington Unversity in Bellingham.

Friday, April 7

4:00-8:00PM	Registration (PAC Lobby)
6:00PM		Welcome

Session I

6:15-6:45	Andrea Lowgren (University of Oregon): "Dame Ethyl Mary Smyth"
6:45-7:15	Melinda Boyd (University of British Columbia): "Evolution of
		Style: Ingeborg von Bronsart's Die Sühne (1909)"
7:15-7:45	D. Barry Waterlow (Independent Scholar): "A Forgotten
		Canadian Avant-Garde Composer: Bernard Naylor and the Three
		Latin Motets."
8:00		Concert: The Bellingham Chamber Orchestra, directed by Jaap
		Schroeder, PAC Concert Hall, Free Admission

Saturday, April 8

8:00AM-3:30PM	Registration (PAC Lobby)

Session II

9:30-10:00	Gregory Myers (Burnaby, BC): "All that hath breath': Some
		Thoughts on the Reconstruction of the Oldest Stratum of
		Medieval Slavonic Chant"
10:00-10:30	Elenore Beck (Lewis and Clark College): "Revisiting Dufay's
		St. Anthony Mass and its Connection to Donatello's Altar
		of St. Anthony in Padua"

10:30-10:45	Break

Session III

10:45-11:15	Eric Schwandt (University of Victoria): "Some Observations
		on Rameau's Pièces de clavecin"
11:15-11:45	Barbara Reul (University of Victoria): "Occasional Music at
		the Court of Anhalt-Zerbst: J. S. Bach and J. F. Fasch as
		composers of the Geburtstagsmusiken"
11:45-12:15	David Dolata (Eastern Washington University): "The Meantone
		Temperament on the Lute"

12:15-2:00	Brown Bag Lunch (Canada House)

Session IV

2:00-2:30	Bertil van Boer (Western Washington University): "A
		Detective's Case of Circumstantial Evidence: The Meeting
		of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Martin Kraus in
		Vienna in 1783"
2:30-3:00	Mekala Padmanabhan (University of North Dakota):
		"Compositional Models for Mozart's Paris Symphony"
3:00-3:30	Carol Padgham Albrecht (University of Idaho): "Beethoven
		Makes His Mark: Motivic Integration in the Quintet for
		Piano and Winds Op. 16"

3:30-3:45	Break

Session V

3:45-4:15	Harold Krebs (University of Victoria): "Josephine Lang's
		Extraordinary Title Pages"
4:15-4:45	Katherine Syer (University of Victoria): "A New Source for
		Schumann's Märchenbilder: The Autograph Score"
4:45-5:15	Sonya Lawson (University of Oregon): "Hanslick and Henze:
		Two Views on the Relationship Between Text and Music"

5:30-6:30	Reception (Canada House)

Sunday, April 9

8:30-9:00	Continental Breakfast (PAC 16)

Session VI

9:00-9:30	Charles Madsen (University of Oregon): "Music and Meaning:
		Annotated Manuscripts of the Parisian Ballet in the 1830s
		and 1840s"
9:30-10:00	Laura Pilkington (University of Oregon): "Pinning Down the
		Elusive tinta: Giuseppe Verdi's Application of tinta in
		the Duet 'Si, Vendetta'"
10:00-10:30	Jeoffrey Hamilton (University of Oregon): "Songs of Native
		Healers of Southwestern Oregon"

10:30-10:45	Break

10:45-12:00	Business Meeting


The first session starts later than usual at 6:00PM on Friday in order to
allow members from further away to get here in time and to attend the
concert with Jaap Schroeder in the evening.  For all members reading
papers, please note that the time allotted is 20 minutes, with an addition
3-4 for musical excerpts or illustrations and 5 minutes for questions.  
Please adhere to this schedule.  Please also inform me of your equipment
needs as soon as possible by email (tereysm@cc.wwu.edu) or by fax
(+1-360-650-7538).

We look forward to seeing you here in Bellingham.

Bertil van Boer