Cambridge University Music Analysis Conference 1997


Cambridge University Music Analysis Conference 1997 Music Faculty University of Cambridge Thursday-Sunday, 7-10 August 1997 The Society for Music Analysis in conjunction with Music Analysis (Blackwell Publishers) Provisional Programme Thursday afternoon, 7 August
Daniel Grimley (Cambridge): Carl Nielsen's `Tonality, Clarity, Strength' and Structural Decay in the Second Violin Sonata FS. 64 Siglind Bruhn (Ann Arbor): Hindemith, Lendvai, and Tonal Signification David Smyth (Louisiana State): Stravinsky as Serialist: The Sketches for Threni SPECIAL LECTURE Allen Forte (Yale): Analysing "Classic" American Popular Song
Friday morning, 8 August
Sharon Choa (UEA) The sforzando as Bar-line: Form in the Finale of Joseph Haydn's String Quartet, Op. 50 No. 4, Fuga Mark Anson-Cartwright (CUNY): Haydn's Hidden Homage to Mozart: Echoes of `Voi che sapete' in Opus 64 No. 3 BEETHOVEN L. Poundie Burstein (CUNY): Inter-Movement Parody in Beethoven Frank Samarotto (Cincinnati): Temporal Disjunction in Beethoven's Op. 109, First Movement Michael Spitzer (Durham): Two perspectives on Beethoven's Late Style
Friday afternoon
Niall O'Loughlin (Loughborough College): The Rondo in Mahler's Middle Period Symphonies: Valid Model or Useful Abstraction Rebekka Fritz (TCD): Progressive Leitmotifs in Alban Berg's Wozzeck Bernard Gates: Generative Chains of Inclusion and Complementation: A Context-specific Approach to pc Set Analysis
Saturday morning, 9 August
Elizabeth Pienaar (Cape Town): Number Symbolism in George Crumb's `Makrokosmos, Volume 1' Charles Wilson (KCL): The `Curved Geometry of Utopia': Boulez, Stockhausen and the Remodelling of Registral Space Mike Searby (Kingston University): Structural Features of Ligeti's Harmonic Language in the 1980s NEW MUSIC II Kenneth Goag (Cardiff): Images of Unity, Fragmentation and Reconciliation in Tippett's A Child of Our Time Arnold Whittall (KCL): Vanitas Vanitatum: Peter Maxwell Davies' Strathclyde Concerto No 5 and the Topic of Genre
Saturday afternoon
PC Sets: From Complex to Genera Chair: Craig Ayrey (Goldsmiths): Panel to include John F Doerksen, Jonathan Dunsby, Allen Forte, Christian Kennett, Richard Parks, Anthony Pople SPECIAL LECTURE Carl Schachter (CUNY): Playing What the Composer Didn't Write AFTER DINNER ADDRESS Robert Pascall, President of the Society for Music Analysis, Chairman of the Editorial Board of Music Analysis
Sunday morning, 10 August
Bethany Lowe (Southampton): `One Movement or Two?': Structural Multiplicity in the Recorded Legacy of Sibelius' Fifth Symphony, First Movement Amanda Bayley (Reading): Bartók's String Quartet No. 4, Third Movement: A New Interpretative Approach Tom Royall: Notes and Theories: Analysing Sounds from Scores Robert Adlington (Sussex): Spaced Out: Temporality and Music Analysis Further details/booking form from Dr D Chua CUMAC 97 St John's College Cambridge CB2 1TP UK e.mail: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BOOKING FORM Cambridge University Music Analysis Conference 1997 Music Faculty, University of Cambridge, UK Thursday-Sunday, 7-10 August 1997
Conference sessions will take place at the Cambridge University Faculty of Music, 11 West Road, Cambridge. Accommodation and meals at Newnham College, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge. Bed linen, towels and hospitality packs are provided by Newnham College. There are no en suite facilities. All prices quoted here are in pounds sterling. Thu 7 Fri 8 Sat 9 Sun 10 Total Accommodation 25.00 25.00 25.00 _____ Breakfast 3.00 3.00 3.00 _____ Lunch 7.00 7.00 7.00 _____ Tea and coffee 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 _____ Dinner 14.00 14.00 _____ Conference dinner 24.00 _____ Conference fee students 4.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 _____ (not applicable for SMA members) others 7.00 8.00 8.00 7.00 _____ TOTAL PAYMENT DUE _____ Please enclose a deposit of 25 pounds or full payment in sterling (cheques only made payable to CUMAC 97) along with the booking form and a note of any special requirements (e.g. vegetarian meals) to: Dr D Chua CUMAC 97 St John's College Cambridge CB2 1TP UK E-mail: Telephone: +44-(0)1223-338647 Name: _________________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Telephone: ___________________________ Fax: ______________________________ E-mail: _________________________________________________________________