American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Fall Meeting, November 11, 1994
Duke University

Friday, November 11

2:00 Session I
  Brad Maiani (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "The Great Responsories and the Eighth-Century Night Office Lectionary"
  Kathryn Lowerre (Duke University):  "The 'first fruit offering' at Lincoln's Inn Fields:  Music in Congreve's Love for Love (1695)"
  Michael Saffle (Virginia Tech):  "Wagner's 'Letters to a Seamstress':  Music History, 'Gender Dysphoria,' and the Contemporary Press"
4:00 Break
4:15 Session II
  Emily Laurance (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "The Young Convert's Pocket Companion (1822) and Its Portrayal of New England Revivalist Folk Hymnody"
  Jon Finson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Allusion and Genre:  The Slow Introduction to Schumann's Second Symphony, Op. 61"