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New England Conference of Music Theorists (NECMT)/
Music Theory Society of New York State (MTSNYS)
Joint Meeting
New Haven, CT, April 2003

On Saturday and Sunday April 26-27, the first joint meeting of the New England
Conference of Music Theorists (NECMT) and the Music Theory Society of New York
State (MTSNYS) will be held at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.  The
special guest presenter for this event will be William Rothstein of Queens College
and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, whose presentation is
entitled, "Analysis for Performance: A Lecture/Demonstration." Professor Rothstein
will speak at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.  The full program is as follows:

Saturday, 26 April 2003

8:00 am  Registration

9:00 am -12:00 pm
The Post-War Avant-Garde

* "Chromatic Saturation and the Significant Gap as Unifying Devices in Berio's
  Sinfonia"
	Catherine Losada (CUNY Graduate Center)
* "Multidimensional Counterpoint and Social Subversion in Luigi Nono's Choral
  Music"
	Jeannie Guerrero (Harvard University)
* "Steps Through the Maze: The Use of Magic Squares in the Music of Sir Peter
  Maxwell Davies"
	Rodney Lister (The New England Conservatory of Music)
* "Morton Feldman's Palais de Mari: An Excursion in Associations, Permeability,
  Reconfiguration"
	Dora A. Hanninen (University of Maryland)

Early Twentieth-Century Modality/Tonality

* "Bartók's Polymodal Chromaticism and the Dasian System"
	José António Martins (University of Chicago)
* "Debussy's Diatonic Practice within the MI-Chromatic Space"
	François de Médicis (Université de Montréal)
* "Sibelius's 'Modern Classicism' and the Integration of Modality"
	Les Black (Ithaca College)
* "The Meaning(s) of 'Without': An Investigation of Liszt's Bagatelle ohne Tonart"
	David Carson Berry (Yale University)

12:00 - 1:30 pm  Lunch

1:30 - 2:45 pm  Plenary Session

* Analysis for Performance: A Lecture/Demonstration
	William Rothstein (Queens College and CUNY Graduate Center)

2:45 - 5:00 pm

Temporality
* "Metrical Ambiguities in Ursula Mamlok's Panta Rhei (1981)"
	Roxane Prevost (University at Buffalo, SUNY)
* "Temporal Displacement in the Music of Charles Ives"
	Matthew McDonald (Yale University)
* "Cage's Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano"
	Jeffrey Perry (Louisiana State University)

Between Romanticism and Modernism
* "Between Scenes: A Study in Wagnerian Continuity"
	David Smyth (Louisiana State University)
* "Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé, Proust, and the Idea of Memory"
	Michael Puri (Yale University)
* "Six Degrees of Confirmation: Deception, Evasion, and Abandonment in Korngold's
	Die tote Stadt"
	Edward D. Latham (Temple University)

5:00 - 5:30 pm

* MTSNYS Business Meeting
* NECMT Business Meeting

5:30 pm  Reception

Sunday, 27 April 2003

9:00 am - 11:15 am

Performance and Analysis
* "The Spiral of Influence Between Performance Development and Analytical 
  Activity"
	Jennifer Goltz (University of Michigan)
* "'Giant Steps' Revisited: Differing Portrayals of Tonal Structure"
	James McGowan (Eastman School of Music)
* "Performing Analysis, Analyzing Performance"
	Daphne Leong and David Korevaar (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Style and Cultural Identity
* "Stylistic Counterpoint and the Western Art Music Tradition in Yamada Kósçak's
  Kare to Kanojo"
	David Pacun (Ithaca College)
* "Josef Suk's Non-Obstinate Ostinato Movements: A Study of Harmony and Style"
	John Novak (Northern Illinois University)

10:30 am-12:00 pm

Musical Rhetoric
* "Rhetoric, Organicism, and the Potential for Transcendence"
	Christopher Park (Mannes College of Music)
* "Reconnecting with the Tradition of Musical Rhetoric: The Art of Invention, Ars
  Combinatoria, Universal Language, and the Search for Method"
	Elisabeth Kotzakidou Pace (Columbia University)