Department of Music

Music Theory Society of New York State, Annual Conference
Rochester, NY, April 2004


MUSIC THEORY SOCIETY OF NEW YORK STATE
32nd ANNUAL MEETING 3-4 APRIL 2004
EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC, ROCHESTER, NY


For registration and abstract, see http://www.ithaca.edu/music/mtsnys/

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

SATURDAY, 3 APRIL

PAPER SESSIONS (9:00am-12:00pm)

Session I: 19TH CENTURY ANALYSIS Chair: Mary Arlin (Ithaca College)
· An Improbable Intertwining: An Analysis of Schumann's Kreisleriana with
  Recommendations for Piano Practice
	Norman Carey (Eastman School of Music)
· The Grundgestalt Refined: What a New Model of the Structure Can and 
  Cannot Tell Us about Brahms's Capriccio Op. 76, no. 5
	Brent Auerbach (Eastman School of Music)
· Of Skeins and Sketches: Tovey's "Nervous System" and Brahms's Haydn
  Variations, Op. 56b
	David Pacun (Ithaca College)
· Metric Dissonance in the Second Movement of Brahms's Piano Trio, Op. 101
	Ryan McClelland (Indiana University)

Session II: 20th CENTURY THEORY AND ANALYSIS Chair: David Headlam
(Eastman School of Music)
· Bruno Maderna's Serial Arrays
	Christoph Neidhöfer (McGill University)
· The Neighbor Space: A Model of Harmonic Embellishment in 
  Twentieth-Century Neotonal Music
	Peter Silberman (University of Rochester)
· Stravinsky's Harmonic Practice and the Guidonian Space
	José António Martins (University of Chicago)

POSTER SESSION (9:00am-12:00pm)
· Schenker and the Metaphors of Analysis: New Modes of Presentation
	Damon Sink (University of Dayton)

LUNCH BREAK (12:00-1:30pm)

KEYNOTE ADDRESS (1:30-2:45pm)
· DYADIC COUNTERPOINT, THE LEADING TONE AND COMMON-PRACTICE TONALITY
	Harold Powers (Princeton University)

PAPER SESSIONS (2:45pm-5:00pm)

Session I: SCHENKER Chair: William Rothstein (Queens College and the
Graduate Center, CUNY)
· Schenker's "Free Forms of Interruption," and the Strict: Toward a 
  General Theory of Interruption
	Frank Samarotto (Indiana University)
· Verborgene Wiederholungen? Schenker's (Hidden?) Influence in America
  before Hans Weisse and the Mannes Vanguard
	David Carson Berry (University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory
	of Music)
· Adding a Schenkerian Understanding to the Role of Multiple New-Key 
  Themes in Sonata Expositions
	Jan Miyake (Oberlin Conservatory of Music)

Session II: SCHOENBERG Chair: Severine Neff (University of North 
Carolina)
· A Binary-State GIS Models a Contour Motive That Helps Chords Talk
  Long-Distance in Schoenberg's Op. 11, no. 2
	Joshua Mailman (Eastman School of Music)
· Transposition Schemes in Selected Works of Schoenberg
	Mark Sallmen (University of Toronto)
· Schoenberg's Gedanke Manuscripts: The Theoretical Explanation of His
  Twelve-Tone Method?
	Charlotte Cross (New York, NY)

SUNDAY, 4 APRIL
PAPER SESSIONS (9:00am-12:00pm)

Session I: SONATA AND CONCERTO Chair: Joel Galand (Eastman School of
Music)
· New Twists for Old Endings: Cadenza and Apotheosis in the Romantic Piano
  Concerto
	Robert Gauldin (Eastman School of Music)
· Transpositional Parallels in Uninterrupted Sonata Types: Schubert and
  Beyond
	Boyd Pomeroy (Georgia State University)
· Design or Structure: Thematic Hierarchy and Sonata Form Exposition
	Reuven Naveh (The Hebrew University)
· Key Structure in Schubert's Sonata Forms: An Evolution toward 
  Integration
	Gordon Sly (Michigan State University)

Session II: HISTORY OF THEORY Chair: David Cohen (Columbia University)
· John Hothby - Innovator: The Solmization System of La Calliopea legale
	Sigrun B. Heinzelmann (University of Massachusetts)
· On the History of Musical Verticality
	Arnie Cox (Oberlin Conservatory of Music)
· Dynamics and Dissonance: The Implied Harmonic Theory of J. J. Quantz
	Evan Jones (Florida State University)
· The Functional Scale Degree: From Unwritten Concept to Its Realization 
  as an Important Factor for Determining Functional Harmonic Progressions
	Thomas Cody (Pennsylvania State University)

PAPER SESSIONS (1:30-3:00pm)

Session I: POPULAR MUSIC Chair: Robert Wason (Eastman School of Music)
· Starting in the Middle: Auxiliary Cadences in Beatles' Songs
	Naphtali Wagner (The Hebrew University)
· Tonal Plateaus in Two Works by Wayne Shorter
	Patricia Julien (University of Vermont)

Session II: THEORIES OF MUSIC Chair: Elizabeth West Marvin (Eastman
School of Music)
· The Relative Duration Vector
	Zachary Cairns (Pennsylvania State University)
· Some Generalizations about Prolongation and Progression in Diatonic
  Sequences
	Adam Ricci (University of North Carolina - Greensboro)