American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, February 9, 2008
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Saturday, February 9

9:15 am Registration and Refreshments (Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts, Room 145)
9:45 Paper Session 1:  Nationalism in the Twentieth Century (chair:  James A. Grymes, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
 

Samantha Ryan Barnsfather (University of Florida):  “Karol Szymanowski’s Słopiewnie:  20th-Century Polish Nationalism”

 

Felix Cox (East Carolina University):  George Antheil’s A Jazz Symphony:  An American Petrushka

10:45 Break
11:00 Keynote Speaker
 

Daniel Goldmark (Case Western Reserve University):  “Sing Me a Love Song:  Creating Popular Songs on Tin Pan Alley”

12:00 Lunch
1:30 Business meeting
2:00 Paper Session 2:  Nineteenth-Century Music (chair:  Reeves Shulstad, Salem College)
 

Aaron S. Allen (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro)The Reception of Beethovens Instrumental Music in Italy

 

Elizabeth Terry (Duke University):  “Schubert’s Winter:  Nostalgia in Poetic Settings by Ernst Schulze and Wilhelm Müller”

 

Angela R. Mace (Duke University):  “Hunting in the Nineteenth-Century Salon:  Ludwig Berger, Fanny Mendelssohn, Franz Schubert, and ‘Die schöne Müllerin’”

3:30 Break
3:45 Paper Session 3:  Russian Film Music (chair:  Neil Lerner, Davidson College)
 

Joan M. Titus (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro):  “A Modernist Means to a Socialist End:  Dmitry Shostakovich’s Score to Odna (Alone, 1931)

 

Kevin Bartig (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “A Theory of Opposites:  Audiovisual Dissonance in Prokofiev and Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible

4:45 Adjournment