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American Musicological Society, Midwest Chapter, Spring Meeting

Indianapolis, April 8-9, 2006


Our spring chapter meeting will be hosted by Prof. James Briscoe of Butler
University on April 8 and 9, 2006 at the Courtyard by Marriott (Downtown
Indianapolis). Please see the meetings pages of the chapter website at
http://www.umich.edu/~claguem/amsmidwest for complete information. Note
that hotel reservations must be made by March 15 [Call†(800) 321-2211 to
make reservations (mention "AMS" for special $99 rate); less expensive
options are described on the chapter site].†

The program committee (James Borders, Lisa Feurzeig, Craig Parker) has
announced the following varied† program.†

FRIDAY EVENING
7:00 Optional Chapter Welcome Dinner (email jbriscoe@butler.edu to join)


SATURDAY MORNING, Dr. Lisa Feurzeig (Grand Valley State University),
chair

8:30 AM Registration and Coffee

9:00 AM - 11:00: Music, Theory and Style

9:00††††††††††† Early Schenker Reception through English-Language Writings
Prior to the Mid-1950s - David Carson Berry

9:30††††††††††† Cyclic Integration in the Classical String Quartet:
Haydn's Op. 20, No. 2 Reconsidered - Jennifer Hambrick


10:00†††††††††††The Soloist's Role During Tutti Sections of Mozart's
Concerti for Violin and†Woodwinds: a Reevaluation - Carey Campbell -
University of Minnesota


10:30†††††††††††Berg Before Berg: Romanticism in the Jugendlieder
(1901-1904) - Sara B. Adams - Madisonville Community College

11:00 BREAK

11:15 ^÷ 12:15: Music and Literature

11:15†††††††††††Voice and Illusion: Strauss, Falla, and the Quixotic
Search for Musical Language - Julia Randel, Hope College

11:45†††††††††††"Ursprung ist das Ziel": Anton Webern's Reception of
Karl Kraus - Jerry M. Cain - University of Iowa

12:15 LUNCH


SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Dr. James Borders (University of Michigan), Chair

1:45 - 3:15: Music at Court

1:45††††††††††† Expressions of power and meaning in Jacob et Rachel by
Jacquet de la Guerre - Lisa Hooper
†
2:15††††††††††† Music (Un)maketh the (Wo)man: Anne Boleyn's Musical
Reputation from the Scepter to the Scaffold - Nicole Ottjes, University of
Minnesota - Twin Cities
†
2:45††††††††††† Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer: An
Ethnographic History of Timpanists in Early Modern England, 1542-1660 -
Andrew R. Martin, University of Minnesota
†
3:15 BREAK
†
3:30 ^÷ 5:00: Music, Theater, Ritual
†
3:30††††††††††† "Tout, dans ses charmes, est dangereux:" Physical and
Musical Gestures in French Pantomime, 1748-1773 - Sin-yan Hedy Law,
University of Chicago
†
4:00††††††††††† Conceiving a National Opera: Weber as Novelist and Critic
- Kevin Burke, University of Cincinnati
†
4:30††††††††††† Viezzer's Passio: an example of self-produced oratorio in
late twentieth-century Italy - Francesco Dalla Vecchia, University of
Iowa
†
5:00 Business Meeting


SUNDAY, Dr. Craig B. Parker (Kansas State University), Chair

9:15 Music in the Americas

9:15††††††††††† "Into my Blood": Louis Armstrong the Singer - James D.
Leach, Boston University

9:45††††††††††† The Evolution of the Hollywood's Earliest Soundtracks -
Katherine Spring, University of Wisconsin ^÷ Madison

10:15††††††††††† Walter Kaufmann and the Winnipeg Ballet: A Fruitful
Collaboration Quickly Forgotten - Albrecht Gaub, A-R Editions

10:45 Break

11:00††††††††††† "Even Uncle Sam Has His Little Heart and Can Produce Good
Artists": An Unsung American Opera Pioneer - Luis Fernando Lopes, Indiana
University

11:30††††††††††† Juan Bautista Plaza, Venezuelan Musicological Pioneer -
Marie Elizabeth Labonville, Illinois State University

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