Great Lakes

Friday, March 30, 2001

Presser Recital Hall

Rebellion for Trombone, Piano, and Percussion (1983) by Stephen Rush (University of Michigan)

William Mathis, Assistant Professor of Trombone, Bowling Green State University
Roger Schupp, Associate Professor of Percussion, Bowling Green State University
Robert Satterlee, Assistant Professor of Piano, Bowling Green State University

Three Songs on Poems by Terry Jacobson (2000) by Michael Wittgraf (University of North Dakota)

Anne Christopherson, Soprano/Assistant Professor of Music, University of North Dakota
Humberto Almieda, Piano/Graduate Student, University of North Dakota

Duolog III for Bassoon and Piano (1998) by Ernesto Pellegrini (Ball State University)

Keith Sweger, Associate Professor of Bassoon, Ball State University
Hideko Fujiyama, Piano/Graduate Student, Ball State University


Mount Union College Women’s Chorus
Dr. Scott W. Dorsey, Conductor

Saturday, March 31, 2001

8:15 - 9:15 a.m. SESSION 2 - Assessment Techniques
Cope 114

Rubrics: Do They Measure Up?
Joseph Eppink, Ball State University
Developing Listening Skills: Alternative Assessments for Music Appreciation
Jennifer Mishra, The University of Northern Iowa

8:15 - 9:15 a.m. SESSION 2 - Technological Applications
Presser Recital Hall

Interactive Computer Use for the Music Appreciation Classroom
Roberta Lindsey, Indiana University - Purdue University
Music Instruction for the Visually Impaired: A Different Sort of Digital Divide
Julianne Miranda, Depauw University

9:30 - 11:00 a.m. SESSION 3 - Innovations in Teaching Music Theory
Cope 114

Popular Music as a Tool for Teaching Undergraduate Chromatic and Twentieth-Century Theory
Kevin Holm-Hudson, University of Kentucky
Peer Instruction in Music Theory
Eleanor Trawick, Ball State University
Relating Music Theory with Performance: The Freshman Lecture-Recital
Shellie Gregorich, Mansfield University

9:30 - 11:00 a.m. SESSION 3 - Technology and Music
Presser Recital Hall

Technology and Music: Parallel Universes
Peter McAllister, Ball State University
Expressive Conducting
Paul Wiens, Wheaton College
Yamaha Disklavier: Rehearsal and Performance Partner and Teacher
Robert Hall, Huntington University

Presser Recital Hall

Dr. Peter Webster (Northwestern University)
Creative Thinking, Technology, and Constructionism: Crossing the Streams for Better Music Teaching

1:30 - 3:00 p.m. SESSION 4 - Curricular Approaches
Cope 114

The Relationship Between The Undergraduate Music Methods Class Curriculum and the Use of Music in the Classrooms of In-Service Elementary Teachers
Tonya Gray, Forestbrook Middle School
Development and Implementation of a Community College Music Technology Degree
Richard Repp, Terra Community College
Raising the Standards: An Innovative Music Teacher Education Curriculum
Don Ester, Ball State University

1:30 - 3:00 p.m. SESSION 4 - Performance Practice, Multiculturalism
Presser Recital Hall

Advanced Studies in Performance - Basic Information
Lorna MacDonald, University of Toronto
The Powerful Mind: How Musicians Can Mentally Prepare for Performance
Tess Miller, Michigan State University
From What Does it Matter to the Heart of the Matter: The Application of a Multicultural Education Framework in Undergraduate Music Programs
David Harnish, Bowling Green State University;
Barbara O’Hagin, Bowling Green State University

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. SESSION 5 - Learning Communities and Aural Skills
Cope 114

Light Refreshments Will Be Served; or How to Get the Senior Faculty to Attend a Teaching Circle
Denise Seachrist, Kent State University
Post-Tonal Improvisation in the Aural Skills Classroom
Peter Silberman, Oberlin Conservatory

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. SESSION 5 - Community College Issues
Presser Recital Hall

Panel Discussion: The Role of Community Colleges in Music Higher Education
Mary Scanlan, Grand Rapids Community College (moderator);
Barbara Bowker Ellis, William Rainey Harper College;
Richard Repp, Terra Community College;
Carol VanRandwyck, Grand Rapids Community College

Great Plains

FRIDAY, March 2

Session I Chair: Mary Lee Cochran, Kansas State University

Women Brass Players in Jazz 1860-1960
Mary Woodbury, University of Tennessee at Martin

The American Fuguing Tune Marks of Distinction
Maxine Fawcett-Yeske, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Lincoln, NE)

Like a Beam of Light at the end of a tunnel...Motivic Transformation in Joan Tower's 'Night Fields'
Karen Ernst, Graduate Student, University of Kansas, (Lawrence, KS)

The Symphonies of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich
Craig B. Parker, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS)

Session II Chair: Byron Jensen, Ottawa University, Ottawa, KS

Nichols George Julius Ballanta-Taylor, An Introduction to his Opera 'Afiwa'
Dyke Kiel, Cottey College (Nevada, MO)

Iron, Lion, Zion Biblical References in the Lyrics of Bob Marley
David Moskowitz, Graduate Student, University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS)

Lecture/Recital: The Journey of the Soul in Walt Whitman's 'A Clear midnight' and 'Joy, Shipmate, Joy!' seen through the musical perspective of Ralph Vaughan-Williams and Lee Hoiby
Robert Jones, baritone; Andrew Froehlich, piano, North Dakota State University (Fargo, ND)

Great Plains Chapter Composers' Recital Featuring the music of Andrew Houchins, Jeffrey L. Prater, Darleen Mirchell, Thomas Ediger, Timothy R. Crowley


Session III Chair: Ian Coleman, Manhattan Christian College, Manhattan, KS

Penderecki's Violin Concerto Pitch Organization and Motivic Usage
Mark L. Holmberg, University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS)

Lecture/Recital: Ragtime Women
Mary Lee Cochran, flute; William Wingfield, piano, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS)

Session IV Chair: Ian Coleman, Manhattan Christian College, Manhattan, KS

Chansons a la Mode Pietro Aron and his elusive Processo
Michael D. Jones, University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA)

A History of Kansas State's Music Department Liberalizing an Agricultural College
Byron Jensen, Ottawa University (Ottawa, KS)


Friday, 23 March

2:00-4:00 p.m.
Session I

Jean Cocteau: The Composer's Muse
Rebecca Ocampo
Early Romantic Songs of the Harp
Emily Laurence
Szymanowski's Children's Rhymes
Laura Kafka Karol
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's Twenty- Four Negro Melodies, op. 59
David Shaffer-Gottshalk

Session II

The Dommusikkapelle of St. Stephan's in Vienna
Geraldine Rohling
The Luigi Silva Collection at UNC Greensboro
J.W. Turner
Give Me Silence, Space, and Dance: The Pianistic Style of Thelonius Monk
Kwasi Ampene
Asheville, Winter of 1943-44: Béla Bartók in North Carolina
Carl Leafstedt

4:30-5:30 p.m.
Composers' Recital No. 1

8:00 p.m. - Keynote Presentation by David Amram, Author, Composer, Performer
Mr. Amram will speak on the breaking down of barriers between diverses musics and what this portends for the future of music.

Saturday, 24 March

8:30-10:30 a.m.
Session I

The Piano Music of Albert Roussel
Patricia Brady
Why Not Griffes?
Lise Keiter-Brotzman
Selected Elementary and Intermediate Piano-Teaching Repertory by Brazilian Composers
Maritza Mascheras-Sadowsky
Armorial Trumpet Music: Brazilian Folklore in the Works of Jos‚ Ursicino da Silva
Luis Engelke

Session II

A Course in International Music Education
Stephen Zdzinski
The Sounds and Science of Surprise: Chaos Theory and Musical Improvisation
David Borgo
Charles Ives: Music of a Mongrel Civilization
Mairi Thompson
Approaching Mosaics: The Menuet and Trio from Schoenberg's Suite, op. 25
John Vander Weg

CMS Composers' Recital No. 2

12:00-1:00 p.m.
CMS-MA Workshop with David Amram on the Bebop Generation of Jazz Musicians


Friday, April 27, 2001

Paper Session I:

1:30 – 3:30 pm The Community College in Music Higher Education

Session Chair: Barbara J. Liebhaber, Moravian College

Music for All? How Community Colleges Fulfill the Needs of Their Music Students, Marianne M. Murawski, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

The Community College Music Major Transfer Student – Real Problems and Real Solutions, Michael Kinney, SUNY Broome Community College

Creating a Curriculum for the Instrumental Studio in the Community College: Expectations and Reality, Petar Kodzas, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester

Noteworthy Exchange: The Benefits, Challenges and Future of Videoconferencing Technology for Music Performance and Education, Christianne Orto, Manhattan School of Music

3:45 – 5:30 pm The Undergraduate Music Curriculum

Session Chair: Diane Follet, Muhlenberg College

The BA in Music: the Possibilities and Challenges for Interdisciplinary Education in Music, Stan Pelkey, Gordon College

Perspectives on a Liberal Arts Music Program (Including Jazz Studies), Norman David, Ursinus College

Panel: Structuring the Undergraduate Music Education Program: Meeting State Program Certification Requirements While Keeping Philosophical Integrity, John C. Coggiola, Syracuse University; Keith Kaiser, Ithaca College; Katia Madsen, Syracuse University; Linda Thompson, State University of New York at Potsdam; Linda Thorton, State University of New York at Fredonia

CMS Composers Concert #1 (Reception following)

Works by Brickman, Gerard, Sacco, Stewart, Pardus, Mattingly, and Nelson

Saturday, April 28, 2001

Paper Session II:

9:00 – 10:30 am Active Learning

Session Chair: Barbara J. Liebhaber, Moravian College

Using the Dalcroze Approach at the College Level: A Tool for Sparking Active Learning, William R. Bauer, Rutgers University

Beginning Conducting as Applied Study, Wayne Abercrombie, University of Massachusetts

Transformative Teaching and Learning: The Perils of Active Learning Styles, Cathy Kassell, New York University

10:45 – 12:15 pm Love, War, and Death

Session Chair: Diane Follet, Muhlenberg College

Lasciatemi morire: Love and Death in the Biographies of Claudio Monteverdi, Sebastian Zubieta, Yale University

A Voice for theTwenty-First Century: John Williams’ Star Wars, Nelly Maude Case, State University of New York at Potsdam

Recomposing a Requiem: An Examination of Robert Levin’s Completion of the Mozart Requiem, David A. McConnell, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

Business Meeting/Lunch Banquet with Panel Discussion: "The Role of the Community College in Music Higher Education", Moderator: Edward Bedner, Berklee College of Music

Paper Session III:

2:00 – 3:45 pm Performance Studies

Introducing World Music to Beginning Pianists, David Patterson, University of Massachusetts Boston

Debussy, His Way: The Piano Rolls, Eleanor Carlson, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Stravinsky’s Pianism in "Three Movements from Petrouchka", Omri Shimron, Eastman School of Music

CMS Composers Concert #2

Works by Sachdev, Ferguson, Wiemann, Sherman, and Matthews

Pacific Central

Registration: 12:30 to 1:10 p.m.
Opening Remarks: 1:15 p.m.

"The Question of Keyboard Idiom in the Sonatas of Joseph Haydn"
Jonathan Rhodes Lee, San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Excerpts from Antigone - Mark Alburger

"All About Sibelius Software"
Ted Peterson, Sibelius Software
"Reflections on the Collaborative Process: Interpreting Music for Dance"
Renee Bond, University of Arizona

Sketches for Cello and Electronics - Bruce Christian Bennett

Mists of Sound for Piano Solo - Helena Michelson

Panel Discussion: "The Role of the Community College in Higher Education"

Pacific Northwest

Saturday, February 3

9:00 A.M. - 10:15 A.M.: Session I: Music and Culture

"J.S. Bach and Biblical Mathematics"
Julia Rice, College Park, GA

"N.A. Rimskii-Korsakov’s Sinfonietta on Russian Themes: The Creation of a Russian Collective Cultural Identity in Music"
Barry T. Bilderback, University of Oregon

10:30 A.M. -11:45 A.M.: Session II - Music and Culture

"Cantata Interrupta: The ‘Storm Clouds’ music in Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much"
James Wierczbicki, Seattle, WA

"Sankota in New Orleans: Ed Blackwell, the Second-Line Tradition, and Patterns in the Extended Drumset Solo"
Gregory A. Campbell, University of Washington

"Native American and Eastern European Influences on a Compositional Process"
Greg A. Steinke, Marylhurst University

1:00 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.: Business Meeting

1:30 P.M. - 2:45 P.M.: Session III - Theory and Pedagogy

"Hooks: Popular Music as a Teaching Tool in Theory and Ear Training"
R. Dickow, University of Idaho

"Analyzing Dissonance: A Place for Timbre in Musical Analysis"
Jonathan N. Middleton, Eastern Washington University

3:00 P.M. - 4:15 P.M.: Session IV - Recital, Administration Auditorium

"Sonata for Flute and Piano"
by Samuel Zyman, Merrie Siegel, flute, University of Idaho

Diane Thome, University of Washington

The Telephone
(Menotti), Palouse Opera Project, University of Idaho

4:30 P.M.- 5:30 P.M.: Session V - Panel Discussion

'The Role of the Community College in Music Higher Education'
Panelists to include: William Perconti, Lewis and Clark State College and Richard Bishop, University of Idaho

Sunday, February 4

9:30 A.M.- 11:15 A.M.: Session V - Music and Performance

"Circular Breathing and the Wind Performer"
Joseph Brooks, Central Washington University

"A Discussion and Performance of the Sonata for Flute and Piano by Samuel Zyman"
Merrie Siegel, University of Idaho

"For God Alone My Soul Waits in Silence"
Walter B. Saul II, Warner Pacific College

"Elena Firsova’s Monolog: Continuing the Legacy of Edison Denisov"
Shirley A. Diamond, University of Alaska - Fairbanks

Pacific Southern

Dan Hoskens — 10:30
Analyzing Texture in Varese's Octandre

Lorraine Min — 11:00
Style Characteristics of Gabriel Fauré’s Middle and Late Period (Lecture demo)

John Weiss — 11:30
Vocal Health in Choral Rehearsals

Panel Discussion: Role of Community Colleges in Music Education — 1:30
Barbara Bennett

David Ward-Steinem — 2:30
Recording in the Czech Republic

Alex Shapiro — 3:00
Music for Two Big Instruments

Holly Roadfeldt-O'Riordan — 3:15
Interdisciplinary Connections: Piano Works Inspired by Poetry, Art, and Architecture (Lecture demo)

Dave Kopplin — 3:45
Chronicle of an American Original: The Stormy Monday Blues

Rocky Mountain

FRIDAY, March 23

1:30-3:00 Session I: Topics in Romantic Music: Schubert and Liszt

Musical Metaphor in Franz Schubert's Rast
Sylvia Parker, University of Vermont
Schubert's Erlkönig in the Theory Class
Paul Metz, Colorado State University
Tonal Experimentation in Liszt's Late Works: The Weakened Dominant
Stefanie Dickinson, University of Georgia

3:30-4:30 Session II: Lecture Recitals

Enhancing the Quality of a Weak Poem: Two Musical Settings of
Whitman's "O Captain! My Captain!" by Kurt Weill and Lee Hoiby
Robert Jones and Andrew Froelich, North Dakota State University
The Accompanied Guitar Sonata in the Classical Era
Kevin Garry, Front Range Community College

8:00 Concert of Music by CMS Composers and Performers


SATURDAY, March 24:

9:00-10:30 Session III: Diverse Approaches to Teaching Music History/World Music

Session Chair: Gail Woldu, College Music Society National Board Member for Musicology
Stephanie Berg, Red Rocks Community College
David Brinkman, University of Wyoming
Larry Worster, The Metropolitan State College of Denver

10:45-11:45 Session IV: Panel Discussion: The Role of the Community College in Music Higher Education

Chair: Tom Brosh, Aurora Community College
Keynote Address by Gail Woldu

1:45-3:15 Session V: Topics in World Music and History

Ancient Music Prior to the Greeks: Unlocking Ancient Egyptian Music Notation
K Marie Stolba, Colorado Christian University
The Jakob H. Wiebe Choir Book Manuscript: A Link in the Choral
History of the German Mennonite Community in Canada
Lyn Lamers, University of Saskatchewan
World Flute Book Project
Rod Garnett, University of Wyoming

3:30-5:00 Session VI: Topics in Pedagogy

Developing Critical Listening and Observational Skills in Young Voice Teachers
John Nix, University of Colorado at Denver
Ferdinand Beyer's Vorschule im Klavierspiel, Op. 101 and Piano Pedagogy in Japan
Hidemi Matsushita, Arapahoe Community College
Isabella Vengerova, the Extraordinary Piano Pedagogue
Zoe Erisman, University of Colorado at Denver

South Central

Friday, February 23

Session I

9:15 An American Treasure: The Vocal Works of Royal L. Brantley
Joe Ella Cansler, West Texas A&M University
9:45 Spoken and Intoned Text as Structural Elements in Percussion Ensemble Compositions
Daniel Adams, Texas Southern University

Session II

10:30 The Art and Science of Practice: A Review of the Literature
Nancy Barry, University of Oklahoma
11:00 Pythagoras, Guido, and the Undergraduate Music Major
Chris K. Thompson, Williams Baptist College
11:30 Shared Experience: Crossing the Boundaries Between Instrumental and Vocal Thinking
Priscilla Ochran Holt, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Session III

1:30 The Role of Gesture Within the Second Piano Sonata of Roger Sessions
Bonnie S. Jacobi, University of Houston
2:00 The Menuett and Trio from Schoenberg's Suite, op. 25
John D. Vander Weg, University of Texas-San Antonio
2:30 Expectations in Barbara Kolb's Umrian Colors
Kristy Bryden, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Session IV

3:15 On the Canon of Musical Excellence and Alberto Ginastera
Deborah Schwartz-Kates, University of Texas-San Antonio
3:45 Choral Music of Columbia: an Introductory Survey
John McIntyre and Julian Gomez, Texas Christian University
4:15 Unity in Diversity: Form in Lutoslawski's Piano Concerto, Mvt. 4
Laura Beech Kelly, University of Texas-San Antonio
4:45 The Performance of Rhythm: Interpreting Meter and Notation in Piano Literature
Carol Leone, Southern Methodist University
Opening Evening Concert
Lyrique Woodwind Quintette
University of Arkansas Scola Cantorum, directed by Dr. David Saladino

Saturday, February 24

Session I

9:00 Tippett, Jung, and the Power of Opposites
Amanda Stringer, University of Oklahoma
9:30 Psalms: A Link Between Jewish Temple and Synangogye and Byzantine Liturgical Traditions
David and Kelley Puttmann, University of Central Arkansas
10:00 World Music: A Concert Presentation
University of Central Oklahoma Cello Ensemble, Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher, Director

Session II

10:45 Some Legal Implications in Academic Advising in Music
Jeffrey Showell, University of Central Arkansas
11:15 Panel Presentation: The Role of the Community College in Music Higher Education

Session III

2:00 Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue
University of Central Oklahoma Trumpet Ensemble, James Klages, Director
2:30 Mallarme's L'Apres-midi dun faune and Debussy's Musical Analogue: a Study in Poetical - Musical Intertextuality
John E. Crotty, West Virginia University
3:00 Lecture Recital: Allusion in William Albright's Five Chromatic Dances for Piano
Randall Sutton, East Texas Baptist University

Concert of CMS Composers

The Risk of Birth
Mark Dal Porto
Three Pieces for Clarinet
Paul Dickinson
Two Pieces for Piano
Playscapes for Solo Piano
Ken Metz
Spider Etudes
Mark Francis
Spirits of the Dead (Poems of Edgar Allen Poe)
Phillip Schroeder


Thursday, March 1

SESSION 1A Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

1:30 On the Various Fugue Subjects from Gradus ad Parnassum by Johann Joseph Fux
J. Ryan Garber, Florida State University
2:00 Piecing Together the Past
Jacquelyn A. Royal, Florida State University
3:00 There But for the Grace of God Goes Tom King: A Spotty History of the Operatic Castrato, from Eighteenth Century Accounts to Twentieth Century CD's
Robert F. Schmalz, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

SESSION 1B Room 156 Fine Arts Building

1:30 Fanny in Italy: The Composer as Travel Writer
Marian Wilson Kimber, University of Southern Mississippi
2:00 Diana McIntosh: A Canadian Original
Linda M. Black, University of Florida
2:30 Amy Cheney Beach's Robert Burns Songs: American Nationalism?
Jennifer Oates, Florida State University

SESSION 1C Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

3:15 Text Inspired Works by Georgia CMS Composers
Brent Weaver, Clayton State College and University, Daniel Taddie, Columbus State University, Roger Vogel, University of Georgia, Carol Gingerich, State University of West Georgia, Larry Frazier, State University of West Georgia, Ann Taddie, Columbus, Georgia, and Gerald Farmer, State University of West Georgia
3:45 A Lecture/Recital on Paul Turok's Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano, Op.73 (1988)
Linda Li-Bleuel, Clemson University and John Bleuel, University of West Georgia
4:15 Liza Lehmann - (1862-1918) Or That's Liza (Leezaaa) - if you please
Cheryl Boyd-Waddell, Clayton College and State University

SESSION 1D Room 156, Fine Arts Building

3:15 A Pedagogy of Tolerance: Teaching Schoenberg's Expressionist Melodramas
Elizabeth L. Keathley, University of Tennessee
3:45 Irish Rock Music: The Codes of Nationalism
Kathleen Ross, University of Tennessee
4:15 Intercultural Trends in South Korean Music, c. 1960-1999
John O. Robison, University of South Florida

SESSION 1E Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

5:00 Twentieth-Century Brazilian Female Composers for the Piano
Luciana Soares, University of Southern Mississippi
5:30 Early Music Publishers and Dealers in New Orleans
Anne K. Simpson, Lafayette, Louisiana

SESSION 1F Room 156, Fine Arts Building

5:00 Liszt's Marche funbre for Maximilian I: A Musical Apotheosis
Timothy D. Watkins, Florida State University
5:30 The Life and Music of Scott Joplin
John De Chiaro, University of Southern Mississippi
8:00-Composers and Performers Concert #1, Sawyer Auditorium
Works by Brownlow, Castelli, Harding, Kam, Kimber, Turner

Friday, March 2

SESSION 2A, Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

8:45 Progress of a Method: Modes of Limited Transposition in the Early Works of Bela Bartok
John Schuster-Craig, Clayton College & State University
9:15 The Genesis and Fate of Bela Bartok's 1907 Violin Concerto
Alicja Irena Usarek, University of Texas at Austin

SESSION 2B Room 156, Fine Arts Building

8:45 Ethics and Aesthetics in Music Scholarship: An Exploration
James M. Amend, Tallahassee, Florida
9:15 Raymond Ericson: Music Critic
Irene Murphy, University of Florida

SESSION 2C Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

10:00 Alberto Ginastera's Pampeana No. 1: a Lecture/Recital
Michelle Tabor, Tallahassee, Florida and Camilo Acosta, Caracas, Venezuela
10:30 The Effect of the Revolution of 1930 upon Music Education in Brazil as Evidenced by Heitor Villa-Lobos's Program
Elisa Macedo Dekaney, Florida State University
11:00 Music Education and Fascism: Villa-Lobos, the Estado Novo, and a National Music Education System
Thomas George Caracas Garcia, State University of West Georgia

SESSION 2D Room 156, Fine Arts Building

10:00 An Analytical Perspective on the Wind Ensemble Music of Donald Grantham
Greg Danner, Tennessee Technological University
10:30 Points of Departure: Aspects of Style in Cecil Taylor's Jazz Advance
Douglas Corbin, Florida State University
11:00 The Re-Emergence of the Tango in the Last Quarter of the Twentieth Century
James N. Anderson, Armstrong State University

SESSION 2E Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

1:30 Messiaen's Technique du mon langage musical as illustrated by Primiere communion de la Vierge from Vingt regards sur l'enfant-Jesus
Terry McRoberts, Union University
2:00 Songs by African-American Composers Published in the American Popular Press
Bonny H. Miller, Southeastern Louisiana University
2:30 An Evening in Puerto Rico: The Piano Music of Gonzalo de J. Nunez
Felix Rivera-Guzman, University of Puerto Rico

SESSION 2F Room 156 Fine Arts Building

1:30-3:00 Panel Discussion: Specific Concerns of Community and Junior Colleges
3:15-4:45 Composers & Performers Concert #2, Sawyer Auditorium
Works by Doppler, Garber, Hatfield, Jacobs, Sherr, Simpson, Tammereau, Vogel, and Wilson

SESSION 2G Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

5:00 A Foggy Day in Valdosta: Song Settings of Carl Sandburg's Fog
Marlane Fairleigh, Jacksonville, Alabama
5:30 Three Musical Snapshots of Asia Found in Gareth Farr's Kempang Suling for Flute and Marimba
Lana Johns and Robert J. Damm, Mississippi State University

SESSION 2H location TBA

5:00 J. S. Bach and the Clavichord
George Lucktenberg, Reinhardt College

8:00-VSU Opera presents, THE MAGIC FLUTE, Whitehead Auditorium, Fine Arts Bldg

Saturday, March 3

8:00-9:00 CMS Southern Chapter Annual 2001 Business Meeting, Sawyer Auditorium

9:00-9:45 Sawyer Auditorium
KEYNOTE LECTURE: The History of the Piano, Eva Badura-Skoda

SESSION 3A Student Papers, Sawyer Auditorium, Fine Arts Building

10:00 The Life and the Career of the 17th Century Italian Singer
Boguslava Dimitrova, University of Louisiana at Monroe
10:30 Prokofiev's 'War' Sonatas and Matters of Interpretation
Jason Hibbard, University of Florida
11:00 Nationalistic Aspects in the Piano Music of Villa-Lobos
Ilka Vasconcelos Araujo, University of Florida
11:45-1:15 Composers & Performers Concert #3, Sawyer Auditorium
Works by Francis, Matascik, Montalto, Schirmer, Sung, and Taylor