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American Musicological Society, Greater New York Chapter
New York, April 2003

American Musicological Society
Greater New York Chapter

Studies in Renaissance Music and the History of Theory in Honor of
Leeman Perkins and Ian Bent

Saturday, 12 April 2003
Martin Segal Theatre, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

Panel One


Wendy Powers (New York, NY), Chair.

Ruth DeFord (Hunter College, City University of New York): "Mode and Tonal
	Type in a Treatise Attributed to Orazio Vecchi."
Adam Knight Gilbert (Case Western Reserve University): "Remnants of 
	Musical Débats in the Unica of the Manuscript Bologna, Q16."
Eric Rice (Brandeis University): "Spanish Identity in Sixteenth-Century 
	Rome and Victoria's 'Spanish Manner.'"
Alexander Blachly (University of Notre Dame): "Primitive Polyphony in 
	Dutch Sources of the Renaissance."

1:00-2:00 Business Meeting

Panel Two


Scott Burnham (Princeton University), Chair.

Richard Kramer (Graduate Center, City University of New York):
Janna Saslaw (Loyola University, New Orleans): "C. F. Weitzmann's Theory 
	of Suspensions."
Wayne Alpern (The Institute for Advanced Studies in Music Theory):
	"Thinking Like a Lawyer: Legal Footprints in Schenker's Musical
Joel Lester (Mannes College of Music): "The History of the History of 
	Theory -- Retrospective and Prospective."


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