AMS/SEM/SMT New Orleans 2012: Program Updates

Changes to the print program will be made in the PDF version of the Program and Abstracts, and posted here.

Saturday

8:30-10:30 am, Session 3-4, Modern Margins in East Asia: Musical Re/Construction of Self and the Politics of Identity:
Correct spelling of presenter’s name: Yuan-Yu Kuan (University of Hawai‘i), “Gender Representation and Identity Reconstruction in Music of the Amis People in Contemporary Taiwan”

8:30-10:30 am, Session 3-6, Music and Place: Session chair is Pirkko Moisala (University of Helsinki), and not Angela Impey.

9:00-10:30 am, Session 3-10, Language and the Senses: session chair Naomi Waltham-Smith is unable to attend; a replacement is forthcoming soon.

1:45-3:45 pm, Session 3-48, Jazz and Nationalism: Global Narratives of Identity: part of presenter's name omitted: Andrew Raffo Dewar

4:00-5:30 pm, Session 3-68, Resignification of Musical Meaning II: Erin Walker title emendation: “Under the Kilt: The Pipe Band as a Tool of Cultural Submission Transmission

4:00-5:30 pm, Session 3-69, The Role of the Collecting Plan in Music Museums and Musicological Research: remove Jim Henke (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum) from list of participants.

7:30-9:30 pm, North American British Music Studies Association Reception and Musicale (S: Grand Chenier): Note this event, which is difficult to identify in the printed program due to missing line break

8:00-11:00 pm, Session 3-74, Soul Music Studies: Change Maureen Mahon's affiliation to New York University.

Sunday

8:30-10:30 am, Session 4-2, Roundtable: Children as Cultural Agents: Informed or Unformed? (Session is a Roundtable)

8:30-10:30 am, Session 4-5, Music and YouTube: Sound, Media, and Sociality: Add paper as fourth of the session:

Fabian Holt (Roskilde University, Denmark), “Social Media Video and the Festivalization of Electronic Dance Music in Europe”
Monique M. Ingalls (University of Cambridge), “Worship on the Web: Building Online Religious Community through Christian Devotional Music Videos”
Patricia G. Lange (California College of the Arts), “In Synch with Lip-Synching: A Riff on Teen Sociality”
Trevor S. Harvey (University of Iowa), "Dulcimerica: Mediating a Musical Community through Video Podcasts"

9:00 am, Session 4-23, Transcription and Proto‑Ethnography in the Eighteenth Century: session lasts only two hours, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

10:45-12:15, Session 4-32, Moving Voices: Singers Challenging Boundaries of Place, Race, and Genre: emend Jorge Arévalo Mateus affiliation: Center for Traditional Music and Dance, Wesleyan University

10:45-12:15, Session 4-33, New perspectives on "Old" Musical Texts: substitute Kyra D. Gaunt (Independent Scholar) for Scott Marcus as session chair


Wednesday

New Beethoven Research Conference, Session II: Room Change: S: Bayside A

Thursday

8:30-10:30 am, Session 1-4, Cultural Authority and Music: Session chair replacement: Jon McCollum (Washington College)

8:30-10:30 am, Session 1-7: The correct title of this session is: Innovation through Time: Latin America and the Jazz Tradition

2-5 pm, Session 1-41, Politics and Subjectivities of Soundtracks: New Approaches to Classic Film Scores: substitute W. Anthony Sheppard (Williams College) for Carolyn Abbate as session chair.

Friday

8-10 am, Salon 817: The Leigh VanHandel presentation in Salon 817 sponsored by Oxford University Press has been canceled due to the weather emergency.

8:30-10:30 am, Session 2-11, Music and the Modern Festival: Jane Piper Clendinning's paper is withdrawn

10:45-12:15 am, Session 2-27, Workshop: Eastern Arab Maqam in Performance--The Case of Maqam Hijaz: Session canceled

2-5 pm, Session 2-39, Five New Early Songs of Debussy: History, Style, Analysis, and Performance: Add to participants as follows:

Elizabeth Calleo, Soprano (Paris, France)
Russell Miller, Piano (Eastman School of Music)

Carolyn Abbate is unable to attend. The session will have two respondents instead of three.

2-5 pm, Session 2-44, Nineteenth-Century Opera: Habits and Habitats: emend Rachel Cowgill affiliation: Cardiff University

5-6:30, EMA Singing from Renaissance Notation: This event is canceled due to the weather emergency

7-9 pm, Session 2-50, Ariadne at 100: La folle soirée, Revisited: Paul-André Bempechat is unable to attend; a replacement session chair is forthcoming.

8-10 pm: Indiana University Dept. of Folklore and Ethnomusicology Reception canceled. Please attend the joint (ethnomusicology, musicology and music theory) Indiana University reception on Saturday, November 3, 9 to 11 pm, S: Sheraton Grand Ballroom E.

8-11 pm, Session 2-55, Music and Video Games: Add (before Kiri Miller): William Cheng (Harvard University), “Minima Opera: Silent Bullets, Digital Divas, and the Case of Inge Wagner”; Emend Kiri Miller title to italicize "Dance Central"

Please note: Each paper will be approximately twenty minutes in length. The session will conclude with a half-hour general discussion with the audience.

 

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