American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Fall Meeting, September 22-23, 1995
Appalachian State University

Friday, September 22

4:00 Registration
4:15 Session I -- 17th- and 18th-Centry Topics
  Kathryn Lowerre (Duke University):  "Remembering Purcell:  Music and Musical Allusions in Motteux's Love's a Jest (London, 1696)"
  Victor Mansure (Appalachian State University):  "J.S. Bach's Allemandes:  Stylistic Norms, Variant Styles, and Possible Stylistic Chronology"
  David Schildkret (Salem College):  "Ave or Vale to Colloredo:  Reflections on the Date of Mozart's Mass in B-flat Major, K. 275"
6:10 Reception

Saturday, September 23

9:00

Late Registration, Coffee

9:30 Session II -- 15th- and 16th-Century Topics
  Lilian P. Pruett (North Carolina Central University):  "The Dating of Mss from the Imperial Chapel, 1550-1600"
  Robert Nosow (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Binchois Songs in the Feo Belcari Manuscript"
10:45 Break
11:00 Frederick Hay (Appalachian State University):  "An Introduction to The W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection at Appalachian State University"
11:30 Tour of The W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection
12:15 Lunch
2:00 Carol Oja (National Humanities Center):  "George Antheil's Ballet Mécanique:  Reevaluation a Misunderstood Landmark"
2:50 Short Business/Informational Meeting
3:00 Break
3:15 Session III --(Mostly) 19th- and 20th-Century Topics
  Lauriejean Reinhardt (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Janet Fairbank (1903-1947):  Patron and 'Song Plugger' for American Composers"
  Daniel Beller-McKenna (The University of South Carolina):  "Musical Homage vs. Cultural Criticism:  Brahms's Motet Warum ist das Licht gegeben? Op. 74, no. 1 and Bach's Cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106"