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AMS Southeast Chapter, Fall Meeting 1998
Spartanburg, SC, October 1998

AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY - SOUTHEAST CHAPTER Fall Meeting Converse College Spartanburg, South Carolina Saturday, October 3, 1998
The fall meeting of the American Musicological Society's Southeast Chapter will be held Saturday, Oct. 3 at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. As always, members of other chapters are welcome; we're only three hours from Atlanta. The program will be followed by a professional performance of Carlisle Floyd's Susannah, with Elizabeth Carter in the title role. For more information, please contact me at the email address below. AMERICAN MUSICOLOGICAL SOCIETY Southeast Chapter Daniel Recital Hall Blackman Music Building Converse College Spartanburg, South Carolina October 3, 1998 8:30 AM Registration, Coffee 9:00 AM SESSION I Matt Baumer, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill "Symphonic Form, Program, and the Siren in Wagner’sTannhäuser Overture" Lester A. Castellana, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill "Contradiction or Paradox? Religious Content in Hugo Wolf'’s Life and Work" Beth McGinnis, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill "Hearing Eternity: Messiaen's Livre d'orgue as Theology" 10:45 AM Break 11:00 AM GUEST SPEAKER J. Peter Burkholder, Indiana University "Uniformity and Diversity in the History of Musical Styles" 12:00 PM Lunch 2:00 PM SESSION II Eleanor F. McCrickard, University of North Carolina at Greensboro "‘Blank Places’ in Baroque Sonatas: Improvisation at its Best?" Andrew Kearns, Furman University "Mozart's Concerto for Second Horn: the Sketches K. 370b and K. 371" 3:15 PM Break 3:30 PM SESSION III Jennifer Hambrick, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill "Song Quotation, Repertory Transmission, and the Works of Magister Franciscus" Kevin N. Moll, East Carolina University "A Reassessment of ‘Compositional Categories’ in the French Mass Repertory of the Fourteenth Century" 4:45 PM Reception Robin Wallace