American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Fall Meeting, October 7, 1972
University of South Carolina

9:00-9:30

Registration and Coffee (Fraser Hall)

9:30-12:15

First Session (Fraser Hall)

 

Darrell Handel (University of South Carolina):  "Motion, Growth, and Shape:  A Look at Form through Contemporary Music"

 

Jeannine Stafford Ingram (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Tempo and Notation in Mid-Seventeenth Century Italian Opera"

  A. Duane White (Bob Jones University):  "Mozart's Forgotten Pupil Anton Eberl"

 

Rayna Barroll (University of South Carolina):  "Schumann, Liszt, and the Dedication of the Fantasia, Op. 17"

12:30-2:30 Luncheon ("Top of Carolina" Restaurant, Capstone Building)

2:45-5:00

Second Session (Fraser Hall)

  Guest Speaker:  John Clapham (University of Edinburgh):  "Smetana and the Czech Nationalist Movement"

 

Edith Borroff (Visiting Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Savages, Shakespeare, and Schoenberg:  The Darwinian Idea of Evolution in the History and Theory of Music"

 

Intermission

 

Heinrich Schutz:  Sinfoniae Sacrae, SWV. 351, 265, 266.

Harry Cardwell, Tenor

Donald Gray, Baritone

John Bauer, Violin

Frits de Jonge, Violin

Jerry Curry, Harpsichord

Ruth Fraser, Violoncello