American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, April 17, 1971
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Registration and Coffee (Rotunda)


First Session (Room 103)


James Hines (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Music in the Myers Family, Norfolk, Virginia, A Collection from the Early Nineteenth Century"


Ruth Schnitzler (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Aspects of the Performances of the Sacred Dramatic Music of Antonio Draghi and His Contemporaries at the Court of Leopold I"


Guest Speaker:  Albert Dunning (Netherlands; Visiting Professor, Syracuse University):  "The Novus Thesaurus Musicus of 1568:  Music and Politics at the Viennese Imperial Court"


Business Meeting




Second Session (Rehearsal Hall)


Julia Griffin (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  Diego Ortiz and His Principles of Ornamentation for the Viol"


Albert Dunning:  "The Canons of Mozart"


Panel Discussion:  "Is Musicology 'Relevant' Today"?

Moderator:  William S. Newman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Panel Members: 

Ronald Booth (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Ewald V. Nolte (The Moravian Music Foundation)

Luise Eitel Peake (University of South Carolina)

Earl A. Sanders (North Carolina Central University)