American Musicological Society
Southeast Chapter

Spring Meeting, February 28, 2009
Salem College

Saturday, February 28

8:15 am Coffee and Registration
9:00 Robert Nosow (Jacksonville, NC):  “Contemplation and Fifteenth-Century Polyphony”
9:30 Kimberly Francis (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Surviving Exile:  Nadia Boulanger and Igor Stravinsky Develop the Symphony in C”
10:00 James Hines (Christopher Newport University):  “Music Competitions in the Modern Olympics”
11:00 Keynote Speaker
  Bonnie Gordon (University of Virginia):  “The Castrato and Artificial Magic”
12:00 Lunch
1:30 Business meeting
2:00 Christopher Wells (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “An die ferne ‘Freude Finale’:  Traces of Beethoven’s Lieder in the Finale of the Ninth Symphony”
2:30

Matthew Franke (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill):  “Fidelio, the Barber, and Beethoven:  Operatic Formal Processes in the Finale of the Ninth”

3:00 John Ferri (The University of North Carolina School of the Arts):  “Confronting Schumann’s Program for Kinderscenen
3:30 James A. Grymes (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte):  “The Hungarian Defense of Ernst von Dohnányi”
4:00 Yuji Numano (Harvard University):  “Edgard Varèse’s Unfinished Espace:  The Intersection Between the Artistic and Political Avant-Garde”