TAGS Day for Music Postgraduates
London, May 2000
TAGS Day for Music Postgraduates Department of Music, King's College London, Saturday 27th May 2000 Programme: 9.30am Registration and Welcome 10.00 Session 1 (Chair: Silvina Milstein) Jason Brown (Ball State University, USA) Messiaen's technique of interversion and its application in his 'Livre d'Orgue' Ross Braes (University of British Columbia, Canada) Claude Vivier's 'Orion' Beth Crafton (University of North Texas) Tonal and Post-Tonal Duality: Schnittke's Third Quartet 11.30 Coffee 12.00 Session 2 (Chair: Professor John Rink) Margaret Duncumb (Southampton University) 'Rime or Rhythmus': a sixteenth-century fantasy? Matthew Riley (Royal Holloway, London) The significance of music in J.G. Sulzer's 'Allgemeine Theorie der schönen Künste' 13.00 Lunch 14.00 Session 3 (Chair: Professor Jonathan Dunsby) Guy Obrecht (University of Toronto) Notes on a Graph: Locating A Pivot in Beethoven's Three Sonatas Op.31 Julian Littlewood (King's College London) Analysing Incorporated Variations: Brahms's Bb string quartet J Paul Harper-Scott (Magdalen College, Oxford) Tonal coherence in Elgar's 'The Dream of Gerontius' 15.30 Tea 16.00 Session 4 (Chair: Christopher Wintle) Róisín Maher (Trinity College, Dublin) Masculine Endings? - Gender patterns in male-voice operas Alexei Monroe (University of Kent) Mille Plateaux: Deleuzian Praxis and Electronic Music 17.00 Intermission; end of formal proceedings 18.00 Concert J.S.Bach - The Goldberg Variations arranged for two pianos by Josef Rheinberger, revised by Max Reger performed by Professor John Deathridge and Julian Littlewood ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Theory and Analysis Graduate Students Day is sponsored by the Society for Music Analysis, and hosted this year by the Music Department of King's College London. The proceedings will start at 9.30am and end at 5pm, and will take place in the St David's Room at the College (Strand, London WC2). Students registered for any postgraduate music degree are invited to attend, as are university staff and other interested parties. There will be time for discussion after each paper (which will last 20-25 minutes) and informal opportunities throughout the day for interaction with other students and staff in attendance. There is no registration fee. For further details about the event, please contact: Julian Littlewood For further information about King's College Music Department, please contact: Irene Auerbach, Secretary, Department of Music, King's College London, Strand, London. WC2R 2LS tel. 020 7848 2029 email@example.com How to get there: King's College is within easy reach of all mainline stations in London. The nearest Underground stations are Temple, Embankment, Charing Cross and Covent Garden. There is no nearby long-term parking. Entrance is from the Strand, just beyond the Courtauld Institute. The Saint David's Room is on the first floor, directly opposite the chapel, and above the main stairs opposite the Great Hall. There should be signs up around the college for the TAGS day.