American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, April 2, 2005
Duke University

Saturday, April 2

9:30 Registration
9:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks
10:00

Vocal Music of the Early Modern Period (chair:  Eleanor F. McCrickard, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

 

Kerry McCarthy (Duke University):  “Sacred Songs across Generations: Revisiting the 1575 Tallis-Byrd Cantiones

 

Jason Gersh (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Modes of Mediation in William Byrd’s 1589 Cantiones

 

Don Fader (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “‘Les chanteurs italiens de M. le duc d’Orléans’: Philippe II d’Orléans's Italian Ensemble, Its Repertory, and Influence, 1701-1706”

11:30 Coffee Break
11:45 Music in the World Wars of the Twentieth Century (chair:  Elizabeth Keathley, The University of North Carolina at Greenboro)
 

Christina Gier (Duke University):  “American Masculinity and the Fighting Soldier’s song in WWI”

 

Sarah M. Stoycos (Centre College):  “Music and Cultural Identity in the WWII Japanese American Internment Camps”

12:45 Lunch Break
2:15 Business Meeting
2:45 Folk, Primitivism and Identity (chair:  Neil Lerner, Davidson College)
 

Julie Hubbert (University of South Carolina):  “‘Untying the Tongue of Kitsch:’ Mahler and the Trivial as Folk”

 

David F. García (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Afro-Cuban Jazz: Beyond ‘Rhythm’ and the Primitivist Myth”

 

Travis D. Stimeling (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Going Home with the Armadillo: The Improbable Rise of the Cosmic Cowboy”

4:15 Coffee Break
4:30 Nineteenth-Century Responses to Mozart and Beethoven (chair:  David Levy, Wake Forest University)
 

Alicia Levin (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Recreating “Le Petit Sorcier”: Liszt’s Parisian Debut”

 

Elizabeth Kramer (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Spiritual Interpretations in Beethoven Criticism of the Early Nineteenth Century”