American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, April 19, 1980
The College of Charleston

8:45

Registration (Lobby)

9:15 Roy V. Magers (Winthrop College):  "Quotation in Charles Ives Revisited:  The Land of the Free and the Home of the Saved"
9:40 Thomas Warburton (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Ives at Work:  The Second Ragtime Piece"
10:05 Karl Kroeger (Moravian Music Foundation):  "A Yankee Tunebook from the Old South:  Amos Pilsbury's The United States Sacred Harmony"
10:30 Nancy Ping (Shaw University):  "Brass Bands and Band Musicians in Antebellum Wilmington, N.C."
10:55 Break
11:15 Jerald C. Graue (Eastman School of Music):  "Novel Symmetries in the Early Works of Bartok"
12:00 Lunch and Business Session (Gallery)
Luncheon entertainment:  John R. Shannon (Sweet Briar College):  "The Renaissance," a chapter from the satire Versuch über das wahre Art des Musikgeschichte zu lernen
1:15 Daniel Heartz (University of California, Berkeley):  "'Che mi sembra di morir' -- The Characterization of Donna Anna in the Sextet from Don Giovanni"
2:00 Robert Kolt (Radford University):  "Theodore Thomas and the Rise of Symphony Orchestras in the United States"
2:25 Break
2:35 George W. Williams (Duke University):  "Jacob Eckhard:  From Hessian Mercenary to Generous American"
3:00 Frank Hurdis (College of Charleston):  "Charleston and Low-Country Architecture"
3:30 Walking Tour