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Music Theory Southeast, 6th Annual Meeting
Rock Hill, SC, March 1997

      


MUSIC THEORY SOUTHEAST SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING WINTHROP COLLEGE ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA MARCH 14-15, 1997 TENTATIVE PROGRAM
All sessions will be held in the Conservatory of Music Friday, March 14 7:00 PM Meeting of the MTSE Executive Committee Saturday, March 15 8:15 AM Registration 9:00 SESSION I: Analytical Perspectives on 20th-Century Works "A Mix of Old and New: the Relationship of Five Renaissance Dance Forms to Like-Named Movements in Igor Stravinsky's Agon" Mark Richardson (University of Tennessee) "Early Rock as an Emblem in Late-Seventies Popular Music" James Carlson (Duke University) 10:00 BREAK 10:15 SESSION II: Analytical Perspectives on 19th-century Works "Consistency in Harmony and Harmonic Inconsistency in Two Late Piano Pieces of Franz Liszt" Gabe Fankhauser (Florida State University) "False Starts and Blurred Beginnings: the Scherzo of Beethoven's Op. 131" Amy Carr-Richardson (University of Tennessee) "Tragic Subtext, Narrative Surface, and Structural Development in Liszt's Nuages gris" Paul Craner (Florida State University) 12:00 -1:30 LUNCH and BUSINESS MEETING 2:00 SESSION III - Theoretical Perspectives "D'Indy the Progressive: Nested Trilogies and les trois Etats de la tonalité in Beethoven's Op. 106/I" Ronald Rodman (Carleton College) "A Hypermedia Concordance to Pitch-Class Sets in Bartok's Mikrokosmos J. Kent Williams (University of North Carolina - Greensboro) Further details from: J. Kent Williams, MTSE Secretary School of Music UNC-Greensboro Greensboro, NC 27412-5001 USA Phone: +1-(910) 334-5468 Fax: +1-(910) 334-5497 E-mail: kent_williams@uncg.edu WWW: http://www.uncg.edu/~jkwillia/