Legacies: Five Hundred Years of Printed Music
Denton, TX, October 2001
Call for Papers Legacies: Five Hundred Years of Printed Music A conference presented in celebration of the quincentenary of Petrucci's Harmonice musices odhecaton A, the accomplishments of musicologist Helen Hewitt, and fifty years of the Ph.D. program at the University of North Texas Denton, Texas 24-27 October 2001 The University of North Texas invites proposals for papers to be presented at a conference dealing with the cultures of printed music, to be held at the University in October 2001. The conference will open with a session titled The Legacies of Helen Hewitt, dedicated to the pioneering UNT musicologist whose work continues to open gateways for musicologists both male and female a quarter-century after her death. Also included will be sessions on the following themes: Notation, Publication, and Performance; the History of Music Publishing; Music Textology to 1700; Music Textology since 1700; and The New Technology. Proposals dealing with other subjects related to the overall theme of the conference will also be considered. Questions may be addressed to the conference coordinators, J. Michael Cooper and Mark McKnight, via fax (+1-940/565-2002), snail mail (see below), or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com). Those interested in contributing should submit an abstract of approximately 500 words by 1 May 2001 to: Profs. J. Michael Cooper and Mark McKnight Coordinators, Petrucci/Hewitt Conference The University of North Texas College of Music Denton, Texas, 76203-1367 USA Legacies is offered in conjunction with the meeting of the Southwest Chapter of the American Musicological Society. *** We will soon have the web link for the conference working.