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American Musicological Society, Southeast Chapter
Newport News, VA, September 2000

	The Southeast Chapter of the AMS will hold its fall meeting at
Saturday, Sept. 30 at Christopher Newport University in Newport News,
Virginia. The program of events for the day follows this message.
	The official prelude to the meeting will be a concert on Friday
evening featuring the music of Charles Ives, performed by CNU faculty
members, and including commentary by guest speaker H. Wiley Hitchcock. A
reception for AMS members will follow the concert.
	Newport News is particularly close to the territory of the AMS
Capital Chapter, whose members are cordially invited to attend (as, of
course, are all other readers of this list).

8:30-9:00		Registration

9:00-10:15		Session I

"Temporal Qualities and Lyrical Moments in James Baldwin's 'Go Tell It on
the Mountain'"
William T. Dargan, St. Augustine's College

"'The Legend of Kaiteur,' an Unusual Bridging of the Gap between Classical
and Folk Traditions in the Caribbean"
James R. Hines, Christopher Newport University


10:30	Business Meeting


10:45-12:00	Session II-Guest Speaker
"Toward a Typology of Charles Ives's Songs"
H. Wiley Hitchcock


12:00-1:30		Lunch

1:30-3:30		Session III

"Musical Depictions of Street Vendors in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris"
Emily Laurance, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

"The Wunderhorn Years? Stylistic and Historiographical Issues in the Music
of Gustav Mahler"
Jennifer Hambrick, UNC-CH

"The Character 'Dies Irae' in Penderecki's Black Mask"
Thomas Warburton, UNC-CH