American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, February 14, 2004
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Saturday, February 14

9:30 Registration
9:45

Welcome and Opening Remarks

10:00

Reception and Cultural Transfer (chair: Brian Gilliam, Duke University)

 

Michele Clark (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Parodies of Rossini's Operas in Vienna from 1817-1829"

 

Elizabeth T. Cason (Duke University):  "Franz Schubert in the Viennese Feuilleton, 1858-1888"

 

Peter Lamothe (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  "Salome in Paris, 1907:  Decadence, Politics and Franco-German Relations"

11:30 Coffee Break
11:45

Musical Politics in Central Europe (chair: Kevin N. Moll, East Carolina University)

 

Lillian Pruett (North Carolina Central University):  "Changing Attitudes Towards Music:  The Reigns of Maximilian II and Rudolph II"

 

Stuart Burnham (Wilmington/Stanford University):  "Manufacturing Czech History: Václav Tomácek’s 'Ancient Songs' from the Manuscript of Dvor Králové"

12:45 Lunch Break
2:15 Business Meeting
2:45

Performance, Interpretation and Context in the Romantic and Modern Eras (chair: Jon Finson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

 

David B. Levy (Wake Forest University):  "Notation and Meaning in op. 133"

 

James A. Grymes (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte):  "The Response of the 'Last Romantic' to Modernism: Ernst von Dohnányi's Cantus vitae, op. 38 (1941)"

3:45 Coffee Break
4:00

Willie Strong (University of South Carolina):  "Musical and Literary Dialogues at the Beginning of the Harlem Renaissance: James Weldon Johnson's The Book of Negro Poetry"

 

Neil Lerner (Davidson College):  "The Horrors of the Left Hand: Music and Disability in The Beast With Five Fingers"