American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Fall Meeting, September 29, 2001
East Carolina University

Saturday, September 29



9:00 Session I:  Opera
  Andrew Oster (Davidson College):  "Revolutionary Opera Buffa:  Hans Werner Henze's Der Junge Lord (1965) as Harbinger of Germany's Counterculture"
  Rose Theresa (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro):  "'Je voudrais Ítre Marguerite' or, Identifying with Gounod's 'Faust'"
10:00 Break
10:15 Session II:  Nineteenth-Century Keyboard Music
  Ruskin Cooper (Davidson College):  "From Miniature to Masterpiece:  A Schubert Waltz Evolves into Schumann's Carnaval"
  Andrew Unsworth (Duke University):  "Women as Professional Musicians:  'Lady Organists' in Nineteenth-Century America"
11:15 Special Session
  Susan Boynton (Columbia University):  "Medieval Women and 'Women's Song'"
12:00 Lunch
1:45 Business Meeting
2:00 Session III:  Fifteenth-Century Sources
  Stewart Carter (Wake Forest University):  "Benedetto da Maiano's Coronation Group for Alfonso II:  Musical Instruments in Stone"
  Kevin Moll (East Carolina University):  "Realizing Faugues's Missa Le serviteur:  Notational Indeterminacy, Performance Choice, and Aesthetics"
3:00 Break
3:15 Session IV:  Music and Cinema
  James Doering (Randolph-Macon College):  "'I Never Planned Anything in My Life':  Cool Hand Luke and the Musical Commentary of Lalo Schifrin"
  Ivan Raykoff (University of South Carolina):  "Bahr's Konzert:  Towards and Iconography of the 'Romantic' Pianist in Hollywood Films"
  Antony John (Duke University):  "Prescribing Utopia:  Ideology and the Title Song in the Early Movie Musical"
4:45 Reception