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American Musicological Society, New England Chapter, Winter Meeting
Northampton, MA, February 2002


AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY
NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER
WINTER 2002 MEETING

Saturday 2 February 2002

Sage Hall
Smith College
Northampton, Massachusetts

10:00 - 10:30     Coffee and pastries

10:30 - 12:30     Morning Session

Steve Swayne, Dartmouth College
"Sondheim's 'Hindemith Phase'"

Susan Dunlap, The Connecticut Opera
"The Nightingale and the Nun: Nature, Gender, and Power in Handel's
'L'Allegro'"

Michael Hamad, Brandeis University
"Vagabond Harmonies: Representations of Ambiguity in Two Versions of Liszt's
'Die Loreley'"

12:30 - 2:30     Lunch Break

 2:30 - 4:30     Afternoon Session

Silvio dos Santos, Brandeis University
"Berg, Alwa, and the Dialectics of Love"

James Leve, Fitchburg State College
"Alessandro Stradella's Milo, Pollione, and Trespolo: The Evolution of the
'Basso Buffo' Role in the Seventeenth Century"

Melissa Mann, University of Connecticut
"Changing Modes of Criticism: Reception of Beethoven's Late Piano Sonatas 
During His Lifetime"

4:30     	Reception

The chapter's Spring 2002 meeting is scheduled for Saturday 23 March at
the Boston Public Library. Persons wishing further information for either
meeting, including directions, may contact the undersigned.

Samuel Rechtoris
Secretary-Treasurer
AMS New England Chapter

srechtoris@aol.com
149 Whitman Road
Groton, MA 10450
USA