20th Annual Meeting, South Central Society for Music Theory
Tuscaloosa, AL, February 2003
______________________________________________ PROGRAM SOUTH CENTRAL SOCIETY FOR MUSIC THEORY 20th Annual Meeting University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Friday, February 21, 2003 9:00-9:10 Opening remarks 9:10-10:30, Paper Session 1 Norman Carey (Eastman School of Music): Cascading Diminished Sevenths in Bach, Chopin, and Jobim Stephen Peles (University of Alabama): Infertile Intervals and Criminal Cats: Aspects of the Scientific Context of Schenker's Biology 10:40-12:00, Paper Session 2 Aaminah Durrani (Louisiana State University): Ritornello Sections in the Fourth Movement of Alfred Schnittke's String Quartet No. 4: Texture as a Compositional Resource Philip Stoecker (CUNY Graduate Center): Cyclic Wedges and Convergence Points 12:00-2:00, Lunch 2:00-4:00, Paper Session 3 Rebecca Jemian (Ithaca College): Levels of Form: Folding the Small into the Large Irna Priore (North Carolina School of the Arts): Paradigmatic Structures: A Comparison of Beethoven Piano Sonatas op. 101 and 109 (first movements) through the "Continuous 5\^" Evan Jones (Florida State University): Pervasive Fluency: A Contrapuntal Model of the "Effect of Being Passing" in Tonal Music 4:10-5:30, Paper Session 4 Shelia Forrester (Mississippi State University): Substitute Neumes and Transposed Mirrors: Stalking the Melodic Motive in Hildegard's Ave Maria Leon W. Couch III (Texas A&M University): Fugue as Musical-Rhetorical Proof in the North German Toccata Saturday, Febraury 22 9:00-11:00, Paper Session 5 Patrick Tuck (Louisiana State University): What's So Funny? A Study of Irony in Three Comic Songs by Hugo Wolf Joe Brumbeloe and Martin Steffen (University of Southern Mississippi): Two Views of Chromaticism and the Dominant Jeffrey Perry (Louisiana State University): Monody as Motive: The Unaccompanied Schubert 11:15-12:00 Business Meeting Further information, including local arrangements, may be found on the conference website, at http://www.music.ua.edu/scsmt/.