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Chamber Music in the Age of Haydn

Amherst, MA, March 1995


Chamber Music in The Age of Haydn
March 3-4, 1995

Amherst College
Amherst, Massachusetts

- a symposium exploring issues of style and performance, gender and 
discourse, context and ideology in genres of late eighteenth-century 
music for the chamber -

(Sponsored by the Amherst College Music Department, with support from the 
Joseph E. and Grace W. Valentine Fund)


Friday, March 3
2 - 5:30 	Stirn Auditorium, Mead Art Museum

Mark Evan Bonds, "Cyclic Form in Mozart's Chamber Music: Evidence from the
	Fragments"
Michelle Dulak, "Audience, Texture, and the Evolution of Haydn's Late Quartet
	Style"
Elaine Sisman, "Counterpoint, Genre, and Haydn's Piano Trios"
James Webster, "Haydn's Piano Trios at the Crossroads"

8:00 		Concert by the Atlantis Trio: 
		Haydn & Beethoven Piano Trios: Penelope
		Crawford, fortepiano; Jaap Schroeder, violin; 
		Enid Sutherland, violoncello


Saturday, March 4
9 - 12 		Buckley Recital Hall, Music Building
		Masterclass and Performance Practice Roundtable

2:30 - 4:30 	Stirn Auditorium, Mead Art Museum

Mary Hunter, "Slow Movements: Public and Private Conversations"
Richard Leppert, "Chamber Music as Discourse: Cultural Contradictions in 
	`Musical Conversation'" 
Gretchen Wheelock, "Haydn's String Quartets and the Metaphor of
	Conversation" 

4:30 - 6 	Sherry Reception and Chamber Music in the historic 
		Rotherwas Room
		(Jane Bryden, soprano; Monica Jakuc, fortepiano)

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