American Musicological Society Southeast Chapter
and
College Music Society Mid-Atlantic Chapter

Spring Meeting, April 4-5, 1986
Salem College

Friday, April 4

2:00

Registration (Lobby, Fine Arts Center)

3:00 - 5:00

General Session (Shirley Recital Hall)

 

Concert No. 1 of Music by CMS Composers

 

Karoly Kope (The Moravian Music Foundation):  "Thirty Years of the Moravian Music Foundation"

5:30 - 7:30

Reception and Banquet (Club Dining Room, Corrin Refectory)

8:00

Piedmont Opera Theater:  La Forza del Destino (Roger Stevens Center)

Saturday, April 5

9:30 - 10:30

Interest Sessions I

  Composition/Theory (Room 28).  George Parish (Radford University), presiding
  J. Kent Williams (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro):  "Exploring Powerful Ideas with Music Logo"
  Raymond Knapp (Duke University):  "The Harmonic Role of the Recitatives in Haydn's Il ritorno di Tobia and The Creation"
  Music Education (Room 91).  Sara Slechta (Wingate College), presiding
  Wayne J. Kirby (The University of North Carolina at Asheville):  "Developing Degree Programs in Music Business and Technology:  Recommendations on Curricula, Costs, Equipment, and Facilities"
  Kenneth Murray (Wingate College) and Robert Hause (East Carolina University), respondents
  Performance (Shirley Recital Hall).  Gene Anderson (University of Richmond), presiding
  Randall K. Sheets (University of Maryland):  "The Unknown Czerny -- His Surprising 'Sonata in A-flat, Op. 7'"
  Suzanne Bunting (University of Richmond):  "The Yale Manuscript:  What's New with Bach?"
  Musicology (Drama Workshop).  Luise Peake (University of South Carolina), presiding for the CMS, and David Levy (Wake Forest University), presiding

Note:  this Interest Session combines papers by members of the CMS Mid-Atlantic Chapter and by members of the AMS Southern Chapter and will conclude at 12:30 pm

  Susan Harden Borwick (Wake Forest University) (CMS):  "Weill and Brecht's Staged Collaborations:  Reevaluating the Sources of Genius"
  Stephen Shearon (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) (CMS):  "A New Interpretation of Documents Concerning Johann Sebastian Bach's Leipzig Choirs"
  Jon W. Finson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) (AMS):  "The Reception of Gustav Mahler's Wunderhorn Lieder"
  James Siddons (Liberty University) (AMS):  "Music of the Silk Road"
10:40 - 11:20 General Session (Shirley Recital Hall)
  Concert No. 2 of Music by CMS Composers
11:30 - 12:30 Interest Sessions II
  Music Education (Room 91).
  George D. Carroll (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro):  "Hemi-sync and Musical Interval Identification"
  Gerald J. Farmer (West Georgia College):  "An Instructional Strategy for the Teaching of Contemporary Music"
  Performance (Shirley Recital Hall)
  Jonathan A. Helton (Piedmont Technical College):  "The Saxophone in Performance"
  Robert Murray and Cynthua Donnell (Virginia Commonwealth University):  "Versatility:  The Voice and Violin Duo from Vaughn Williams to Villa-Lobos"
12:45 - 2:15 AMS/CMS Luncheon and Business Meetings (Club Dining Room, Corrin Refectory)
2:30 - 4:00 General Session (Shirley Recital Hall)
  Rudolph Elvers (Director, Music Division, Prussian State Library):  "Current Music Research in Germany"
  Panel Discussion:  Christopher Wilkinson (West Virginia University), presiding
  Jere Humphreys (West Virginia University), David Levy (Wake Forest University), Gene Anderson (University of Richmond), and George Parish (Radford University):  "Faculty Development through Research or Performance:  How to Achieve It in Spite of the Job"
  Barbara Noel (Southeastern Massachusetts University), respondent