American Musicological Society – South Central Chapter Annual Meeting, March 1 and 2, 2013 Conference Schedule

Friday, March 1

8:00-8:45 AM – Registration

8:45-10:15 AM “Motives and Improvisation” – Larry Nelson, chair

                           The DSCH Motive in String Quartet no. 8, Op. 110, by Dmitry Shostakovich: A Study of Motive and

Meaning – Amy C. Hepworth

Daniel Gottlieb Türk and the Imitation of Improvisation – Robert Hill

The Shards of Tradition in Schoenberg’s Piano Piece, op. 11/3 (1909) – David Haas

10:15-10:35 AM – Break

10:35 AM -12:05 PM “Reception History and Identities” – chair TBA

Classical Recordings, Musical Analysis, and the Manufacturing of Performance – John Latartara

Debussy’s “Sirènes” and Les Apaches  – Philip D. Nauman

The Militancy of St. George in Fifteenth-Century English Liturgy – Kenneth Dale Disney

12:05-1:30 – Business Lunch

1:30-2:30 PM Keynote Address – Carol Oja

2:30-2:50 PM – Break

2:50-4:20 PM “Music-Text Relationships” – Dennis Davis, chair

Questions of Identity: The Ever‐Shifting Lulu – Jennifer Tullmann

Music in Migration: Puccini’s Exoticism in Turandot – Ya-Hui Cheng

F the President:  Reactions to George W. Bush in Popular Music – Sarah Dietsche-Ford

4:20-5:00 PM – Break

5:00-6:00 PM Shape Note Singing – Ron Pen


8:00 PM McIntosh County Shouters of Georgia along with ethnomusicologist Johann Buis


Saturday, March 2

8:00-8:30 AM Coffee and Pastries

8:30-10:00 AM “Music and Musical Life in North America” – Ron Pen, chair

Images of Chopin in the New World: Performances of Chopin’s Music in New York City, 1839-1876 – Francisco Javier Albo

The Reception History of Lowell Mason: A History of American Musicology – Todd Jones

The Western Pennsylvania Exposition (1889-1916): Music as a Reflection of the Changing Socio-cultural Landscape of the Steel City – Vanessa Tome Diehl

10:00-10:30 AM – Break

10:30-12:00 PM “Audiences in the 18th and 19th Centuries” – chair TBA

Paer's Leonora: from Dresden to Paris – Norbert Dubowy

Topics of Consumer Identity in the 1780s:Pleyel’s Op. 1 and Mozart’s Op. 10 String Quartets – Melanie Lowe

 Musical Style as Commercial Strategy in Nineteenth-Century String Chamber Music – Marie Sumner-Lott