American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, February 16, 2002
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Saturday, February 16



10:00 Morning Session
  Timothy Dickey (Duke University):  "The Craft of Modal Counterpoint:  The Interaction of Modal Coherence and Imitative Technique in the Motetti Missales of Gaspar van Weerbeke"
  Reeves Schulstad (Wake Forest University and Salem College):  "Liszt's Tasso:  A Musical Actualization of Genius"
11:00 Break
11:15 Special Session
  Tim Carter (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "A Monteverdian Problem, Its Solution(s), and Why It Matters"
12:15 Lunch Session
  John Nadas and Tim Carter:  "Publishing an Article/How to Publish an Article"
2:00 Business Meeting
2:15 Afternoon Session
  Jennifer Hambrick:  "Music Beyond the Theater:  The Hidden Reception of Hector Berlioz's Romeo et Juliette Symphony and the Problem of Generic Hybridity"
  Christina Gier:  "In the Search of the Musical Aphorism:  Berg's Altenberg and the Metaphysics of the Feminine in Op. 4"
  Brenda Neece, Curator (Duke University):  "The G. Norman and Ruth G. Eddy Collection of Musical Instruments Comes to Duke"
  Matt Hafar (Winstom-Salem State University):  "The Trombone Shout Band:  A Carolina Tradition"