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International Musicological Society Congress,
London, August 1997

Full Programme
(as at 28.iii.97)

Thursday 14 August 16.00-18.00

(Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre)
Opening session: 
Welcome by Julian Rushton, President of the Royal Musical Association
Keynote papers by Bernard Williams and Sir Roger Penrose
Recital by BBC Singers under Stephen Cleobury with a new work by Sir 
Peter Maxwell Davies. 
                             19.00: reception



Friday 15 August 9.00-12.30

Round Table 1: Irène Deliège (B): Perception and cognition
Mireille Besson (F), Lola L. Cuddy (C), Alf Gabrielsson (S),
Carol Krumhansl (US), Bruno Repp (US); respondent John
Sloboda (GB).

Study Session 1: Carolyn Gianturco (I): Music in Tuscany:
past research and future projects
Gabriella Biagi Ravenni (I); Tim Carter (GB); Jean Fanelli
(I); John Walter Hill (US), Arnaldo Morelli (I), Tilman
Seebass (A)

Study Session 2: Rudolf Rasch (NL): The circulation of
music in Europe 1700-1850
[Axel Beer (D), Klaus Burmeister (D), Denis Herlin (F), Anik
Devriès-Lesure (F)], Rosamund McGuinness (GB), Henri Vanhulst
(B)

Study Session 3: Mitchell Morris (C): Music and/as ethics
Tamara Levitz (C), Albrecht Riethmüller (D), Rose Rosengard Subotnik 
(US), Luisa Vilar-Payá (MX)

Study Session 4: Herbert Kellman (US): The dating and
chronology of the works of Josquin des Prez
Bonnie Blackburn (GB), Willem Elders (F), Patrick Macey
(US), John Milsom (GB), Jeremy Noble (GB)

Study Session 5a (half session: 9.00-10.30): Georgina Born
(GB): Musicology, popular music studies and political
economy
Peter Wicke (D), Will Straw (C), Peter Manuel (US)

Study Session 5b (half session: 11.00-12.30): Mark Slobin
(US): Musicology, popular music studies and cultural
geography
Chris Waterman (US), Sarah Thornton (GB), Gage Averill (US)

Free Papers 1: Liturgy and homiletics [chair: Wulf Arlt (CH)]
Peter Jeffery (US): The emerging chant repertory in early
Roman sermons and commentaries (5th-7th centuries)
Susan Boynton (US): The influence of homiletic and
exegetical literature on the Fleury lament of Rachel
Daniel Page (US): Preaching and polyphony in Reformation
England
Olivier Cullin (F): Le vocabulaire de la psalmodie dans la
règle de Saint Benoît, à la lumière des données musicales
traditionnelles
Mitchell P. Brauner (US): How to build an Alleluia
Kay Brainerd Slocum (US): History and liturgy: the historia
of Thomas Becket

Free Papers 2: Historiography of early music
Claudio Annibaldi (I): Towards a theory of musical patronage
in the Renaissance and baroque eras
Sebastian Klotz (D): Inaudible efforts, labeur des doigts
and the monumentalizing impulse: towards a sociology of
musical auctoritas in francophone Europe, 1200-1600
Linda Phyllis Austern (US): Music in 17th-century emblem
books: mass reinforcement of cultural values
Vivian S. Ramalingam (US): Artusi's rage: fear and loathing
in the prima prattica
Bonnie Gordon (US): 'Enemies of love': staging female excess 
in Monteverdi's Il ballo delle ingrate
Jeffrey Kurtzman (US): A Jungian perspective on Monteverdi's 
late madrigals

Free Papers 3: 18th-century opera [chair: Julian Rushton
(GB)]
Wendy Heller (US): The rhetoric of the enlightened hero:
gender and operatic reforms in early 18th-century Italy
Marie Cornaz (B): Les éditions parisiennes de livrets
d'opéras et leur contrefaçon bruxelloise dans la seconde
moitié du XVIIIe siècle
Wye J. Allanbrook (US): Trembley's polyp and the natural
history of opera buffa
Marita Petzoldt McClymonds (US): Alfieri and the
transformation of opera seria
Caryl L. Clark (C): The London opera of Joseph Haydn: loss,
lament and lieto fine

Free Papers 4: Broadcasting and the media
Rose M. Theresa (US): Opera studies, film studies: Gounod's
Faust and the history of early French cinema
Nathan E. MacBrien (US): 'A spectre-world cuts through our
space': radio and interior space during the Weimar Republic
Julio Arce Bueno (E): Unión Radio: musica, comunicación e ideologia
Juan Peruarena Arregui (E): La zarzuela como material
ideológico en el cine y la televisión, 1940-1970
Jenny Doctor (GB): New music on the new Third: exploring BBC
music policies and practices in the post-war decade
Juanita Karpf (US): When teaching ten thousand was not
enough: E. Azalia Hackley and African-American music
journalism

Poster Sessions 1: Analytical applications
Michael Schiano (US): Toward a model for background motivic 
structure
James Borders (US): The antiphons for the Consecration of     
Virgins and the changing role of plainchant in the middle    
ages
Patricia Hall and William Koseluk (US): Computer                     
applications to sketch study: a database with image access          
for Berg's sketches for Wozzeck
Daniel C. Jacobson (US): Multimedia environments for the
study of musical structure
Deron L. McGee (US): Knowledge-based simulations:
technological tools for music research
Rainer Zillhardt: Computer applications and visual aids for a 
historically orientated structural analysis of pitches


Friday 15 August 14.30-18.00

Round Table 2: Roger Parker (GB): Literary studies
Christopher Butler (GB), Marina Frolova-Walker (GB), Heather Hadlock 
(US), Susan Rankin (GB), Elaine Sisman (US)

Study Session 6: Peter Bloom (US): Berlioz et autour de
Berlioz: une vue panoramique 
Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger (CH), Katharine Ellis (GB), Joël-
Marie Fauquet (F), Sylvia L'Écuyer (C), Karl Leich-Galland (F)

Study Session 7: Robert Stevenson: Portuguese musical outreach: five 
centuries
Gerhard Doderer (P), Ismael Fernandez de la Cuesta (E), Cristina Magaldi 
(US), Vasco Mariz (BR), Mercedes Reis Pequeno (BR)

Study Session 8: José Bowen (GB): Research in music performance: new 
methods and tools (sponsored by the Centre for the History and Analysis 
of Recorded Music (CHARM) and the National SOund Archive (NSA) of the 
British Library
Charles Barber (US), David Breckbill (US), Timothy Day (GB), Martin Elste 
(D), Robert Philip (GB)

Study Session 9: Elizabeth Tolbert (US): Feminist epistemologies in 
ethnomusicology 
Deborah Wong (US), Suzanne Cusick (US), Ellen Koskoff (US)

Study Session 10: Philip Olleson (GB): Musicology and biography
Yves Gérard (F), Jonathan Keates (GB), Nancy B. Reich (US), Maynard Solomon 
(US), Alan Walker (C), John Worthen (GB)

Free Papers 5: Early polyphony [chair: Alejandro Enrique
Planchart (US)]
Manuel Pedro Ferreira (P): Aquitanian polyphony: the role of
Saint-Martial 
Elizabeth Aubrey (US): The medieval motet in Occitania and
the 'Occitanian' motet
Mary E. Wolinski (US): The study of pigments in medieval
manuscripts
Alice V. Clark (US): Secular-song tenors and the 14th-century motet
Elizabeth Leach (GB): Added contratenors in the ballades of
Guillaume de Machaut
Anne Stone (US): Machaut, poetic self-identity, and ars
subtilior composition

Free Papers 6: The 16th-century tradition [chair: Martin
Picker (US)]
Kristine Forney (US): Rereading the Franco-Flemish chanson
Bernadette Nelson (GB): Sacred music at the court of
Fernando de Aragón, Duke of Calabria: the context of
Barcelona M.1166/1967 and a 'parody' mass on Josquin's
Inviolata
Luminita Aluas (US): Laura, l'aura, laurels: strategies of multiplication 
in Petrarch and Marenzio
Donna Cardamone Jackson (US): Carnival and carne vale: Orlando di Lasso 
and Roman courtesans 
Laura Macy (US): Music in the Tragedia Spirituale
Eugene Casjen Cramer (C): The Missae Salve regina and O
magnum mysterium: new light on Victoria's parody technique  

Free Papers 7: Analysis of 19th-century music
Zohar Eitan (IL): Registral direction and melodic implication
Jeremiah W. McGrann (US): An exegesis of the Kyrie from
Beethoven's Mass in C, opus 86.
Suzannah Clark (GB): Nineteenth-century hallmark,
theoretical problem: third relations in Schubert's
Unfinished and Beethoven's Waldstein
Christine Esclapez (F): Aspects de la temporalité sensible
chez Beethoven: musicologie et sciences humaines
Peter A. Hoyt (US): Rossini as master of instrumental
composition: Bonifazio Asioli's analysis of the sinfonia
from La Cenerentola
Frank Samarotto (US): Brahms the autumnal: cyclical and
progress structures and meanings in Im Herbst, op. 104 no.5

Free Papers 8: Methodologies [chair: Franz Födermayr (A)]
Jonathan Stock (GB): Ethnomusicologies of the west:  
questions of perspective and scope 
Harry White (EIRE): American musicology and 'The Archives of
Eden'
Suk Won Yi (KR): Problems in the application of
linguistic/semiotic Principles to Music
Tia DeNora (GB): Music in action: the view from sociology
Olena Markowa and Vladimir Mironov (UA) Musical-historical
conceptions in the light of the system approach
Willem Erauw (B): Queen Elisabeth of Belgium, the A-bomb and
Einstein's violin: about pacifism, pantheism and the passion
for music



                       

Saturday 16 August 9.00-12.30

Round Table 3: Stanley Sadie (GB): New directions
V. Kofi Agawu (US), Margaret Bent (GB), Stefano Castevecchi
(US), Suzanne Cusick (US), Andrew Dell'Antonio (US),
Annegret Fauser (GB), Ralph P. Locke (US), Jürg Stenzl (A)

Study Session 11: Pierluigi Petrobelli & Franco Piperno (I):
Le orchestre dei teatri d'opera europei nel sette-ottocento
Damien Colas (F), Gabriella Diderikson (GB), Sieghart
Döhring (D),, Niels Martin Jensen (DK), Elisabetta Pasquini
(I), Antonio Rostagno (I), Gloria Staffieri (I) 

Study Session 12: Peter Walls (NZ): The early violin
Peter Allsop (GB), Timothy Crawford, (GB), Karel Moens (B), 
John Walter Hill (US)

Study Session 13: Maria Anna Harley (C): Auditory scene
analysis: future directions for musicological research
Albert S. Bregman (C), Guy Brown (GB), David 
Huron (C), Darryl Godsmark (US), James Wright (C)

Study Session 14: James McKinnon (US) & IMS Study Group
Cantus Planus: Chant and liturgy: compositional planning in
liturgical chant
Marie-Noël Colette (F), Mariana Dimitrova (US), Roman
Hankeln (D), Gunilla Iversen (S), Svetlana Kujumdzieva (BG),
Brad Maiani (US), Nils Holger Petersen (DK), Elena Tonceva (BG)

Study Session 15: Ann Buckley (GB) & RIdIM UK: Music
iconography
Antonio Baldassarre (CH), Zdravko Blazekovic (US), Oliver Davies (GB),
Gerry Farrell (GB), Florence Gétreau (F), Maria Francesca P. Saffiotti
(US), Martin van Schaik (NL)

Free Papers 9: The 15th-century tradition [chair: Paula
Higgins (US)]
William F. Prizer (US): The Sainte-Chapelle at Dijon, 'lieu,
chapitre et college' of the Order of the Golden Fleece, and
sacred music in 15th-century Burgundy
M. Jennifer Bloxam (US): The wedding of pious and profane: a
cultural context for the chanson mass
Andrew Kirkman (GB): Musical life at the collegiate church
of Saint-Omer, c.1450-1460
Jeffrey Dean (GB): The meaning of Okeghem's Intemerata Dei
mater
Sean Gallagher (US): Obrecht's Anchises: Vergilian allusion
in Mille quingentis
Emilio Ros-Fábregas (US): The controversial identity of an
Iberian poet-music of the Renaissance: 'Badajoz el músico'

Free Papers 10: Baroque sacred music [chair: Juan-José
Carreras (E)]
William Summers (US): Music in the cathedral of Manila:
evidence for the first two centuries from the archdiocesan
archive
Javier Suárez-Pajares (E): Modelos de financiacion de musica en las 
catedrales espanolas: formas e implicaciones
Greta J. Olson (HK): Music, ritual and the writings of Teodosio 
Herrera y Bonilla (1652-1734)
Miguel-A. Marín (E): The sounding city: urban history and
music in baroque Jaén
Alicia González de Buitrago García (E): Iconografia musical
en la tarasca barroca madrileña: algunos ejemplos representativos
Juan Ruiz Jiménez (AUS): The interior-exterior duality in
the performance of the musical chapels of Granada: non-
salaried posts and 'extravagantes' performances

Free Papers 11: Music and society in the 19th century
[chair: Leanne Langley (GB)]
Eva Öhrström (S): Salon, gender and music culture in Sweden
around 1800
Kathryn L. Reichard (US): Chladni as musician manqué
Janet Johnson (US): Byron and the poetics of Berlioz's Harold symphony
Judith Etzion (IL): 'Música sabia': the reception of
classical music in Madrid (c1830-1870)
Thomas Christensen (US): Four-hand transcription: changing
performinf spaces and genres
James A. Deaville (C): Early 19th-century virtuosity and its
public: power, gender and class in the concert hall

Free Papers 12: New music [chair: Jann Pasler (US)]
Nancy Perloff (US): The visual language of American
experimental music
Jeongwon Joe (US): Roland Barthes's 'text' and aleatory
music: is 'the birth of the reader' the birth of the
listener?
Paul Attinello (US): Imploding the system: Kagel and the
deconstruction of modernism
Christina Zech (D): Androgynity and anti-heroic:
construction of gender in contemporary opera, especially of
Wolfgang Rihm and Adriana Hölszky
Susanna Pasticci (I): Can literary criticism contribute to
the study of musical borrowing? The case of 20th-century
Italian music.
Didier Guigue (BR): An object-oriented analysis of 20th-
century piano music

Poster Sessions 2: New computer applications in musicology
Peter Desain and Henkjan Honing (NL): POCO: tools 
for analysing, modifying, and generating performance expression          
in music
Ichiro Fujinaga (US): An adaptive optical music 
recognition system
Mauri Maipainen and Petri Toiviainen (SF): Music, memory and
time
Piet G. Vos and Erwin W. Van Geenen (NL): PPM: a
(computational) parallel processing key-finding model



                      

Saturday 16 August 14.30-18.00

Round Table 4: Manuel Carlos de Brito (P): Historiography
Reinhard Strohm (GB), Harold Powers (US), Ernst Lichtenhahn
(I); respondents: Michael Fend (GB), Fabrizio della Seta
(I), Katherine Bergeron (US)

Study Session 16: William Weber (US): Repertory and canon:
the dynamics of canon formation, 1700-1870
Lydia Goehr (US), Chr.-H. Mahling (D), Klaus Kropfinger (D),
James Parakilis (US), Richard Taruskin (US)

Study Session 17: John Kmetz (US): Perspectives on
instrumental music of the late 15th and early 16th centuries
Wulf Arlt (CH), Graeme Boone (US), Warwick Edwards (GB), Louise Litterick 
(US), Keith Polk (US), Susan Forscher Weiss (US), Lorenz Welker (D)

Study Session 17: Carol G. Marsh (US): Theatrical dance and
music, 1650-1850
Irene Alm (US), Sibylle Dahms (A), Rebecca Harris-Warrick
(US), Sarah McCleave (GB), Marian Smith (US)

Study Session 18: Arnold Whittall (GB): British music since
Britten
David Clarke (GB), Jonathan Cross (GB), Anthony Pople (GB),
Alastair Borthwick (GB)

Study Session 19: Bernard Vecchione (F): Semiotique structurale, 
semantique, rhetorique: les sciences du langage musical dans la 
musicologie, aujourd'hui et dans le futur
Marta Grabocz (F), Robert S. Hatten (US), Costin Miereanu (F), Raymond 
Monelle (GB), Eero Tarasti (SF)

Free Papers 13: Early theory and music [chair: Maricarmen
Gómez (E)]
Nicolas Schidlovsky (US): The chant usage in early medieval
Russia: an emerging profile
C. Matthew Balensuela (US): Law as a sister discipline of music 
in the middle ages and Renaissance
Nancy van Deusen (US): Time out of time: eternity as a 13th-
century philosophical issue exemplified in music
Gabriella Ilnitchi (US): Ordo naturalis in 11th-century
theoretical systems
Alexander Rausch (A): Die Rezeption englischer Musiktheorie in einer 
spatmittelalterlichen Quelle aus der tschechischen Raum
Charles M. Atkinson (US): Glosses on music and grammar and the advent of 
music writing in the west

Free Papers 14: Music and society around 1700
Georgia Cowart (US): Carnival, commedia dell'arte and the Paris 
Opera in the late years of the Sun King, 1697-1710
Albert Cohen (US): Musicians, amateurs, and collectors:
early French auction catalogues as musical sources
Zbigniew Chaniecki (PL): The musical journey of a Polish
prince
M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet (US): Queen Marie Leczinska as
patron of music: opera and chamber music at the court of
Louis XV
Pablo L. Rodríguez (E): The personal network: 'imported'
villancico texts and music supply at Segovia Cathedral (1650-1700):
a sociological approach.
Cristina Bordas (E): Collecting and enlightenment: musical
instruments in the Natural History Cabinet of Charles III of
Spain (1759-1788)

Free Papers 15: 19th-century topics [chair: John Deathridge (GB)]
Michael Strasser (US): Virtue, reform and 'pure' music in
Second Empire Paris
Hiromi Hoshino (J): Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdys geistliche
Vokalmusik: ein Versuch ihrer chronologischen und
stilistischen Einordnung
Roberta Montemorra Marvin (US): The 'stornello' and its
popularity in 19th-century Italy
Daniel Beller-McKenna (US): Apocalypse (now?): politics in
the sacred music of Johannes Brahms
Firoozeh Khazrai (US): Orientalism in Borodin's 'Prince Igor'
Stephen McClatchie (C): Canonizing the Dutchman: Wagnerism
and Der fliegende Holländer

Free Papers 16: Technology and systematic musicology
Frank Pecquet (F): Musique et technologie
Eugene L. Szonntagh (US): Did Greco-Roman hydraules have keyboards?
Youn Kim (KR): The applicability of psychological methods in
the study of musical rhythm
Marie-Cécile Barras (F): Acoustique musicale et musicologie:
l'apport de l'outil acoustique dans l'analyse perceptive
Mario H. A. Koppers (ZA): Stochastic analysis and musical predictability 
Denis Collins (EIRE) and Andrew Schloss (C): Cognitive-perceptual effects 
in music: Shepard tones and the Canon per tonos from J. S. Bach's 
Musical Offering



    

Sunday 17 August 11.30-13.00 and 15.00-16.30

                 (Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge)
Study Session 21: John Rink (GB): Interpreting performance: Chopin 
playing in perspective
Eric Clarke (GB), Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger (CH), Bruno Repp (US), 
Jim Samson (GB), Carl Schachter (US)

Study Session 22: Kay Kaufman Shelemay (US): Theorizing the
transnational in music
Jean Comaroff (US), Ellen T. Harris (US), Judith Ann Herd (J), Ingrid Monson
(US), Sumarsam (US)

17.00: Reception hosted by Cambridge University Press in Emmanuel 
College


                 (Examination Schools, University of Oxford)
Study Session 23: Christopher Page (GB): Sense and sonority
in Aquitanian polyphony and the conductus
Richard Crocker (US), Mark Everist (GB) with members of
Gothic Voices and the Orlando Consort
Supported by funding from the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society

Free Papers 17: Gluck and 18th-century aesthetics
Alessandra Martina (D): Retorica e tragedia per musica:
l'Iphigénie en Aulide di Gluck (1774)
Daniel Heartz (US): Gluck's Iphigénie en Aulide (1774-75):
reception and revision
Bruce Alan Brown (US): Les rêveries renouvelées des Grecs:
facture, function and performance practice in a vaudeville
parody of Gluck's Iphigénie en Tauride (1779)
Sheryl Zukowski (US): Gluck in the age of living reproduction: 
fin-de-siècle critics speak on 'antiquarian' opera
Monika Hennemann (D): Romantic music aesthetics and their literary 
origins in the writings of Karl Philipp Moritz
James Haar (US): Gothic 
architecture and baroque polyphony: a romantic blend

       (Pitt Rivers Museum and Faculty of Music, University of Oxford)
Study Session 24: Laurence Libin (US): The evolution of musical 
instruments
Egberto Bermúdez (CO), Ezster Fontana (D), Herbert Heyde
(US), Beryl Kenyon de Pascual (B), Hélène La Rue (GB), Elizabeth Wells (GB)

13.30-18.00 There will be an Open Day at the Faculty of Music, St 
Aldate's, Oxford, including the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments, 
Library, Electronic Music Studio and other rooms.


Oxford University Press - Books, Journals and Music-  will host a 
reception at New College from 5.30 to 7.30


               

Monday 18 August 9.00-12.30

Round Table 5: Christian Kaden (D): Sociology
Philip Bohlman (US), Ruth Finnegan (GB), Volker Kalisch (D).
Respondents: Tullia Magrini (I), Peter Martin (GB), Mario
Vieira de Carvalho (P)

Study Session 25: Bernhold Schmid (D): Der Mensuralcodex St
Emmeram Clm 14274: eine zentrale Quelle für die Musik
Mitteleuropas im 15. Jahrhundert und ihre musikalischen,
liturgischen und theologischen Voraussetzungen
Martin Brüske (D), Jaromir Cerny (CZ), Franz Körndle (D),
Tom Ward (US), Lorenz Welker (D)

Study Session 26: David Charlton (GB): Opera et melodrame en France, 
1800-1830: une enquete sur les genres
Thomas Betzwieser (D), Matthias Brzoska (D), Hervé Lacombe (F), 
Marie-Claire Mussat (F), Emilio Sala (I), Herbert Schneider (D)

Study Session 27: Louise K. Stein (US): Music, politics and
patronage in Spanish and Portuguese dominions in the early
modern period
Victor Coelho (C), Dinko Fabris (I),
John Griffiths (AUS), Tess Knighton (GB), Michael Noone
(HK), Luis Robledo (E), Alvaro Torrente (E)

Study Session 28: László Dobszay (H) & IMS Study Group
Cantus Planus: Chant and analysis: the analysis of
plainchant: where we are, and where do we go now?
Clara Adsuara (DK), Maria Alexandru (D), Pia Ernstbrunner
(A), Theodore Karp (US), Franz-Karl Prassl (A), Christian
Troelsgård (DK), Elzbieta Witkowska-Zaremba (PL)

Study Session 29a (half session: 9-10.30): Richard Middleton
(GB): Musicology, popular music studies and the interpretative
sciences
Susan McClary (US), Gary Tomlinson (US), Antoine Hennion (F)

Study Session 29b (half session: 11-12.30): Rob Walser (US):
Musicology, popular music studies and gender studies
Sara Cohen (GB), Richard Leppert (US), Mitchell Morris (C)

Study Session 30: Arvid Vollsnes (N) & IMS Study Group on
Musical Data and Computer Applications
David Huron (C): The Humdrum Toolkit: software tools for
music researchers; Donncha O Maidin (EIRE): Representing
musical scores as objects; Andreas Kornstädt (D): An
interactive tool for large-scale leitmotivic analysis;
Jonathan Berger (US): Signal analysis for record denoising
and reductive analysis: some parallels. Walter B. Hewlett
(US), respondent; John Howard (US), reporter

Free Papers 18: The 18th-century tradition [chair: George J.
Buelow (US)]
Ernest Harriss II (US): Rediscovered east-European sources
of Hasse's sacred music
Donald Burrows (GB): Reading the metre: verse forms in
oratorio libretti written for Handel by Charles Jennens and
Thomas Morell
Jean-Paul Montagnier (F): Musicology, politics and heraldry:
the Te Deum: a "state motet" at the time of Louis XIV and
Louis XV
Alfonso de Vicente (E): Liturgical function and musical
delight: nuns as musicians in baroque Ávila monasteries
Stefan Eckert (US): Riepel, Leibniz, and ars combinatoria in
17th- and 18th-century musical thought

Free Papers 19: Early 20th century
Elliott Antokoletz (US): Musical symbolism in the operas of
Debussy and Bartók
Judit Frigyesi (US): 'Loneliness' and 'love': the literary
context of Béla Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle
Thomas P. Gordon (C): David: Stravinsky's music-hall ballet
Beat A. Föllmi (CH); 'Schönberg ist Theosoph': Anmerkung zu
einer wenig beachteten Beziehung
Hermann Danuser (D): Schönberg's Vortragsideal: rekonstruiert anhand 
einer Quelle zu opus 10
Christian Hauer (F): Une herméneutique de la 
musique: à l'exemple du Deuxième Quatuor op.10 de Schönberg

Free Papers 20: Ethnology [chair: Anthony Seeger (US)]
Regula Burckhardt Qureshi (C): Interrogating musicological
otherness in India: Ma'dan-ul-Mausiqi as a 'mine' of music
history
Eduardo Correia (ZA): 'White facts about blacks':        
interculturalism, music education and identity in South Africa 
M. Ertu rul Bayraktarkatal (TR): Die Tonartenbegriff in der 
traditionellen turkischen Musik
Lulu Huang Chang (C): Oral traditions and performance
practices in the collection of northern and southern songs:
the encyclopedia of Jiu Gong Da Chen Nan Bei Ci Gong Pu
Ayako Tatsumura (J): Objectification of music and the
'domination of nature' (Naturbeherrschung): T. W. Adorno's
theory in the light of the comparative music aesthetics
Ramón Pelinski (E): The body in the music

Poster Sessions 3: Databases
Sergio Durante (I): Lessico italiano della didattica vocale  
Marco Giuliani (I): Villanelle alla napolitana e canzonette alla romana
Klaus Keil (D): RISM A/II CD-ROM 
Paul R. Laird (US): Hispanic music archive and library project
Dolores Liaño Pedreira (E): Colección musical 'Fondo Canuto
Berea' (Archivo y partituras), de la Biblioteca de la
Diputación Provincial de La Coruña (Espana)
Jurij Snoj (SL): Antiphonal from Kranj: analyticial approach to 
its contents
Carol Steyn and Morné Bezuidenhout (ZA): The Grey Collection of the South 
African Library, Capetown: studies of western plainchant sources in 
South Africa

13.00: Meeting of the Study Group on Musical Data and Computer 
Applications, in Room 50 of the Royal College of Music

          

Monday 18 August 14.30-18.00

Round Table 6: Lewis Rowell (US): Philosophy
Peter Kivy (US), Eero Tarasti (SF), Ruth Katz (IL);
respondents: Naomi Cumming (AUS)

Study Session 5: John Koster (US): Keyboard organology:
past, present and future
Gerhard Doderer (P), Lynn Edwards (US), Sabine Klaus (US),
Darcy Kuronen (US), Michael Latchem (NL), Peter Williams
(GB)

Study Session 32: Cornelia Szabó-Knotik (A): Kulturelle
Traditionen in Mitteleuropa: Musikleben zwischen
Zentralismus und regionaler Spezifik am Beispiel der Rolle
von Vereinen
Jitka Bajgarova (CZ),  Nada Bezic (HV), Zoran Krstulovic, Markus 
Reisenleitner (A), Arno Traninger (A), Federica Vetta (I)

Study Session 33: Richard Parncutt (GB): Implications for mainstream
musicology of recent research in music cognition 
Ian Cross (GB): Cognitive science, or cognition and science?; Roland
Eberlein (D):  Cognitive explanations of music history: possibilities and
limitations;  Steve Larson (US): Great expectations: the interdisciplinary
promise of a theory of expressive meaning in music; Marc Leman (B): 
Interdisciplinarity: a challenge to musicology?; Fred Lerdahl (US):
Understanding Beethoven: from verbal description to cognitive model;
Christopher Longuet-Higgins (GB): The grammatical foundations of music
theory;  Johan Sundberg (S): Musical structure and music performance; 

Study Session 34: Myriam Chimènes (F): La vie musicale sous Vichy
Jean Gribenski (F), Eckard Michels (D), Pascal Ory (F),
Manuela Schwartz (D), Leslie Sprout (US)

Study Session 35: Janka Szendrei (H) and David Hiley (D) &
IMS Study Group Cantus Planus: Chant and palaeography:
Methoden und Probleme der Neumenkunde
Charles Downey (US), Stefan Engels (A), Carmen Julia
Gutiérrez (E), Jane Hardie (AUS), Fumiko Niiyama-Kalicki
(A), Milos Velimirovic (US)

Free Papers 21: Renaissance source studies [chair: Joshua
Rifkin (US)]
Jessie Ann Owens (US): Identifying composer autographs in
pre-1600 manuscripts
Murray Steib (US): In the workshop of a late medieval
editor: Johannes Martini and the manuscript Modena,
Biblioteca Estense, Alpha M.1.13
Fabrice Fitch (GB): The structure of the Chigi codex: an
enigma resolved
Susan Jackson (US): Who is Katherine? The women of the Berg
& Neuber - Gerlach - Kauffmann printing dynasty
Royston Gustavson (AUS): The printing of the Novum et
insigne opus musicum (RISM 1537/1 and RISM 1538/3)
Janet Pollack (US): Parthenia: the paradigmatic epithalamion

Free Papers 22: Opera around 1700 [chair: Ellen Rosand (US)]
Annibale Cetrangolo (I): Comisión nobiliaria en la
circulación de la ópera italiana en Iberoamérica en los
primeros años del Siglo XVIII
John Koegel (US): A new source of late 17th-century Spanish
theatre music from Mexico City
Carmelo Cabellero Fernandez-Rufete (E): Algunas
consideraciones en torno a La purpura de la rosa 
Jose-Máximo Leza (E): Between the market and the public
institution: the first Spanish opera company in the
commercial theaters in Madrid during the 18th century
Andrea Bombi (E): Italian opera and/in Spanish theatres:
Francesco Corradini in Valencia (1727-1731)
Bertil H. van Boer Jr (US): Sacrilege, power politics, and
lèse majesté: the political uses of opera in 18th-century
Gustavian Sweden

Free Papers 23: 20th-century topics [chair: John Tyrrell
(GB)]
Zoltan Roman (C): (Musical) Jugendstil revisited:
interspecific conceptual modelling and the turn-of-the-
century peripheral art song
Sue Plumlee Taylor (US): The piano in Gustav Mahler's Um
Mitternacht: invention or error?
K. M. Knittel (US): To the Jew a foreign tongue: Mahler's
orchestration as a sign of difference
Hugh Macdonald (US): Machine music
Francis Maes (B): Rose R. and Emilia Marty: the
representation of the human experience of time in Janácek's
opera The Makropulos Affair
Michael Christoforidis (AUS): Magic, ritual and mystery in
the poetic conception of Manuel de Falla's music

Free Papers 24: Jazz and pop
Barry Kernfeld (US): What is jazz, and how might scholars
write about it?
Paul S. Machlin (US): As Fats Waller tells it: it's a sin to
tell a lie
Philomeen Lelieveldt (NL): 'We are not hurdy-gurdies':
musicians in a changing musical world
Ken McLeod (C): Bohemian rhapsodies: the influence of opera
on rock music
Theo Cateforis (US): Punk, funk, dub and disco: British
post-punk and the avant-garde groove



          

Tuesday 19 August 9.00-12.30

Study Session 36: Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski (PL): Music between
East and West: the work of Lutoslawski, Penderecki and
Górecki in the context of culture and history
Roman Berger (SK), John Casken (GB), Regina Chlopicka (PL), Krzysztof 
Droba (PL), Teresa Malecka (PL), Irina Nikolska (RF)

Study Session 37: Tilman Seebass (A): Musicology and art
history
Kermit S. Champa (US), Nicoletta Guidobaldi (F), Yimin Jiang (CN), Kapila 
Vapsyayan (IN)

Study Session 38: Nicholas Cook (GB): Theorizing  mixed
media
Andrew Goodwin (US), Claudia Gorbman (US), Mary Hunter (US),
Lawrence Kramer (US)

Study Session 39: Horst Weber (D):
'To the ends of the earth': emigration of Western European musicians to 
East Asia and Latin America, 1933-1945
Xu Buzeng (CN), Ricardo Miranda (MX), Ryuichi Higuchi (J), Tomi Mäkelä 
(SF), Guillermo Stamponi (AR)

Study Session 40: Richard Sherr (US): The history of the
Sistine Chapel
Giuliano di Bacco (I), Jean Lionnet (F), John Nádas (US),
Noel O'Regan (GB), Giancarlo Rostirolla (I), Adalbert Roth
(I), Thomas Schmidt (D)

Free Papers 25: 17th-century topics
Kate van Orden (US): Music and military virtue in early
modern France: the equestrian ballet
Don Harrán (IL): Guido Casoni (d. 1642) on love as music, a
theme for all seasons
Roark Miller (US): Tune transmission and transformation in
published collections of monody
Kimberlyn Montford (US): Music of devotion in counter-
reformation Rome: Borboni's Musicali concenti
JoAnn Taricani (US): Behind the dragon's mask: hidden
political music of the Restoration
María Sanhuesa Fonseca (E): Baroque, musique, littérature:
la nouvelle espagnole du XVIIe siècle, genre littéraire et
source musicologique

Free Papers 26: 18th-century instrumental music
Dennis C. Monk (US): The string quartets of Franz Asplmayr
and their relationship to the development of Haydn's string
quartet style
Janet Page (GB): Trumpets, Feldmusik, continuity and
hierarchy: music and the imperial procession during the
reign of Maria Theresia
John A. Rice (US): Empress Marie Therese of Austria as
musician and musical patron
Dorothea Link (GB): The Hofkapelle under Joseph II and
Mozart's appointment
Eugene K. Wolf (US): Title, function, and the concept of
genre: the earliest 'true' symphonies

Free Papers 27: 19th-century opera
Denise P. Gallo (US): Bellini and his music as political symbol
Mary Ann Smart (US): Melodrama and realism in La muette de
Portici
Kerry Murphy (AUS): Issues in the reception of Meyerbeer's
Les huguenots
Jarmila Gabrielová (CZ): Music-literature-theatre-history: a
new approach to 19th-century Czech opera
Ursula Kramer (D): 'Che bella cosa scrivere a tre voci': Verdi's use of 
trio-form (musical, dramatic and aesthetic conception)
Helen Greenwald (US): Beyond exoticism: Cio-Cio-San's screen
and the 'uses of convention'

Free Papers 28: Transnationalism [chair: Bonnie C. Wade (US)]
Margaret J. Kartomi (AUS): The intersection of theological
and ethnomusicological concepts with particular reference to
inculturation in a West Florinese catholic mass
Ann L. Silverberg (US): Musicology and missiology
Joyce Z. Lindorff (HK): Chinese politics and western
musicians in China: a reflection on contemporary exchanges
vs. experiences of the 18th-century musician priests
Tatsuhiko Itoh (J): The Iwakura mission's encounters with
western music and their consequence
Margarita Mazo (US): Russian roots, American branches: music
in cognate cultures
Janna Kniazeva (RF): History of German Russian musical
contact: German music families in St Petersburg (second half
of the 19th century to beginning of the 20th century)

Poster Sessions 4: Multimedia
Emma Zevik and Chen Zhong (CN): The Duan Gong: a Qiang
shaman 
Robert Riggs and Mary Riggs (US): Third Symphony of Gustav
Mahler: ballet by John Neumeier 
Michael Meckna (US): How did Harry James make us love him?
Michael Saffle (US): IMS Study Group on music criticism
Jordi Ballester (E): Shepherd-musicians in Catalano-
Aragonese iconography from the 14th and 15th centuries:
their instruments and their symbolism



        

Tuesday 19 August 14.30-16.00

General assembly of the International Musicological Society


      

Tuesday 19 August 16.30-18.00

Study Session 41 (half session): Franco Carmelo Greco (I):
Rapporti tra testo, musica e scena nello spettacolo a Napoli
nel settecento
Francesco Cotticelli (I), Armando Fabio Ivaldi (I),
Paologiovanni Maione (I), Francesca Seller (I)

Study Session 42 (half session): Dominic Gwynn (GB): The early 16th-
century organ in England: its form, music and place in the 
liturgy
Timothy Easton (GB), John Harper (GB)

Study Session 43 (half session): Jeffrey Nussbaum (US) & Historic Brass
Society: Contexts for Brass: History, Performance and Culture
Stewart Carter (US): Brass and gold: the economics and social position of
performers of brass instruments, 1600- 1800; Rob C. Wegman (US): Towards a
social history of trumpeters in fifteenth-century Flanders: the case of
Roeland Ghijs; Trevor Herbert (GB): Brass instruments and trends in
Victorian Britain; Richard Middleton (GB), Keith Polk (US), respondents

Study Session 29 (half session): Catherine P. Smith (US): Race and culture
in the aesthetics of William Grant Still (1895-1978) 
Boyd E. Gibson (US), Gayle Murchison (US), Carolyn M. Quin (US), Wayne D. 
Shirley (US)

Free Papers 29:  Hildegard of Bingen [chair: Joseph Willimann (CH)]
Honey Meconi (US): Interdisciplinary objects: the case of
Hildegard of Bingen
Catherine Jeffreys (AUS): Rhetorical chant? The relationship between
words and music in the repertory of Hildegard of Bingen
Margot Fassler (US): Hildegard's Ordo virtutum: musical 
rhetoric and monastic education

Free Papers 30: Early dance [chair: Julia Sutton (US)]
Barbara Sparti (I): Would you like to dance this frottola?
Choreographic concordances in two early 16th-century
(Tuscan?) sources
Jennifer Nevile (AUS): The travelling dance band: patterns
of transmission of dance and dance music in 15th-century
Europe
Yvonne Kendall (US): The myth of stylized dance

Free Papers 31: Early 20th-century USA
Philip Lambert (US): Revising Ives
John Andrew Johnson (US): DuBose Heyward's drafts for the
Porgy story as cultural politics
Teresa Davidian (US): Ruth Crawford Seeger and John Cage:
new connections between two American originals

Free Papers 32: Early 20th-century France [chair: Jeanice
Brooks (GB)]
Brian J. Hart (US): The symphony as political tool in early
20th-century France
Jane F. Fulcher (US): French political ideology as performative context:
the concert by World War I
Carl B. Schmidt (US): Poulenc and the painters: the
influence of art and artists on his life and music



   

Wednesday 20 August 9.00-12.30

Round Table 8: Philip Brett (US): Cultural politics
Susan McClary (US), Arthur Nestrovski (BR), Veit Erlmann
(D), Jocelyne Guilbault (C)

Study Session 45: Karl Kügle (D): Redefining the Low Countries
Barbara Haggh (GB), Eugeen Schreurs (B), Christiane Vanden
Bergen-Pantens (B), Kees Vellekoop (NL), Frank Willaert (B)

Study Session 46: Neal Zaslaw (US): Recent Mozart research 
and Der neue Köchel 
Stanley Sadie (GB), Gertraut Haberkamp (D), Ulrich Konrad
(D), Cliff Eisen (US), Dexter Edge (GB), Otto Biba (A)

Study Session 47: Penelope Gouk (GB): Music, healing and
culture: towards a comparative perspective?
Charles Burnett (GB), George Rousseau (GB), Michael Neve
(GB), Leslie Bunt (GB), Lyn Schumaker (GB)

Study Session 48: Reinhold Brinkmann (US): Fascism and Music
Bernd Sponheuer (D), Gianmario Borio (I), Xoán M. Carreira
(E), Karen Painter (US) reporter, Richard Taruskin (US),
Pamela Potter (US), Jürg Stenzl (A)

Study Session 49: Lelio Camilleri (I) & IMS Study Group on
Musical Data and Computer Applications: New methods, new
visions: computational initiatives for a new millennium
Frans Wiering (NL): Creating an electronic text of Zarlino's
Istitutioni harmoniche; Ewa Dahlig (PL): Recent
developments concerning the Essen folksong database; Peer
Sitter (D): Extending the standard MIDI files for
musicological research; David Cooper and Kia Ng (GB): An
extension of the MIDI file format for score capture and
printing: expressive MIDI; David 
Halperin (IL) respondent; John Howard (US) reporter

Free Papers 33: Renaissance theory
Leonora Saavedra (ME): On the one and the many: conflicting
ontologies of sound in late-15th-century music theory
Walter Kurt Kreyszig (A): Musica theorica and musica practica
im Lichte der studia humanitatis: Astonomie und Medizin als
Grundlage und Rechtfertigung für Franchino Gaffurios
Proportionendenken in der Theorica musica (Mailand 1492),
Practica musicae (Mailand 1496) und De harmonia musicorum
instrumentorum opus (Mailand 1518)
Dietrich Helms (D): Compositio levis et utilis: simple formulae
as substitutes for counterpoint rules in the teaching of
composition around 1500
Ryszard J. Wieczorek (PL): Between Renaissance music theory and
poetics: decorum
Stefano Mengozzi (US): Glareanus and Vasari: two competing
views of historical progress from late-Renaissance Europe
Wolfgang Freis (E): Theories, proof, and dissent in Spanish music theory, 
1508-1577

Free Papers 34: Schubert and song [chair: Peter Branscombe (GB)]
Eva Badura-Skoda (A): Schubert iconography: new and
problematic issues
Morten Solvik (A): Franz Schubert and the Liederspiel: from the 
Kosegarten cycle to Die schone Mullerin
Rita Steblin (A): Schubert's activities in the 'Unsinnsgesellschaft' 
(1817-18): new literary and iconographical documents
Jürgen Thym (US): Schubert's free verse setting
Annegret Huber (A): Die Gedichte der schwäbischen Dichterin
Friederike Robert in den Vertonungen von Fanny Hensel
Robert Toft (C): Performing Purcell's 'Mad Bess' in the late
18th- and early 19th-century England

Free Papers 35: Music & literature: 20th century
Marco della Sciucca (I): Indagando la musicalità della
poesia di Gabriele d'Annunzio: il Poema paradisiaco
Raymond Fearn (GB): Faustus, Mephistopheles ... and
Gretchen?: the significance of Thomas Mann in the music of
Luigi Dallapiccola 1947-1955
Michael Maier (D): Ghost Trio: die Musik in Samuel Becketts
dramatischem Spätwerk
Barbara Milewski and Bret Werb (US): 'Es lebe Kulturkampf!':
Polish parody songs from Nazi concentration camps
Elizabeth Kertesz (AUS): At home and abroad: the critical reception of 
Ethel Smyth's operas in England and Germany
Larissa Kirillina (RF): Alexander Mikhailov as musicologist

Free Papers 36: Nationalism [chair: Jan Steszewski (PL)]
Melita Milin (YU): General histories of music and the place
of the European periphery
Urve Lippus (EE): Baltic music history writing: problems and
perspectives
Jean-Marie Jacono (F) and Arnolds Klotins  (LV): La révision de Boris 
Godounov par le compositeur letton Melngailis (1924): premiers 
elements sur une version inconnue de l'opera de Moussorgski
Leonardo Manzino (UY): History and South American
musicology: pioneers of music developments in the western
hemisphere
Teresa Cascudo (P): Some premises for the study of peripheral
musical nationalism in the 20th century: Fernandez Lopes-Graya 
and the problem of tradition in contemporary Portuguese music
Joaquina Labajo (E): How musicological and ethnomusicological is
Spanish flamenco?