American Musicological Society
Southeast and Capital Chapters

Fall Meeting, September 11-12, 1987
University of Virginia

Friday, September 11 (Old Cabell Hall)

2:30 Registration

3:00

Afternoon Session

  Christine de Catanzaro and E.C. Teviotdale (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Orlando Lasso's Prize-Winning Motet of 1575"
  Daniel S. Katz (Duke University):  "The Earliest Sources for the Libellus cantus mensurabilis secundum Johannem de Muris"
  Robert Nosow:  "Ballata, Canzona, Sirventesa:  Irregular Italian Song Forms, ca. 1400-1450"
4:30 Coffee Break
4:45 Lilian Pruett (North Carolina Central University):  "A Little-Known Renaissance Polyphonic Hymn Cycle of the Hapsburg Court:  Wien, NB 16197"
  Giulio M. Ongaro (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Music for the Serenissima:  The Repertoire of St. Mark's in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century"
5:45 Wine and Cheese Reception

Saturday, September 12

9:00

Registration

9:30 Morning Session
  Laura W. Macy:  "Domenico Maria Melli and the Style of the Early Monody"
  Clyde W. Brockett (Christopher Newport College):  "Louis Moreau Gottschalk and His Morte!! (She is dead) Lamentation"
  David B. Levy (Wake Forest University):  "'Ritter Berlioz in Braunschweig':  A Radical Enters Germany"
11:00 Coffee Break
11:15 Leon B. Plantinga (Yale University):  "Some Thoughts about Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto"
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Business Meeting
2:00 Afternoon Session
  Cyrilla Barr (The Catholic University of America):  "The Faerie Queene and the Archangel:  The Correspondence of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge and Carl Engel"
  Paul Walker (Charlottesville, VA):  "The First Modern Theory of Fugue"
  Laura Youens (Hyattsville, MD):  "A Previously Unknown Manuscript of a March by Liszt"
3:30 Coffee Break
  Mark Lambert (Charlottesville, VA):  "THEME, The Music Editor:  A Powerful Software Tool for Musicology"
  Gary Greene (University of Maryland):  "Henry Holden Huss, Composer-Pianist" [piano works performed by Randall Sheets]