Great Lakes

Friday, March 15, 2002


7:30 PM CONCERT, ST. OLAF ORCHESTRA -- Skoglund Center (St. Olaf College campus)

Saturday, March 16, 2002

8:15-9:15 AM SESSION I
Theory and Analysis

Diatonic Spaces and Tonal Ambiguity in Steve Reich's Tehillim
(Linda Garton, Northwestern University)

8:15-9:15 AM SESSION I
Performance and Analysis

What Performance Tells Us About Analysis
(Diane Urista, Oberlin Conservatory of Music)

The Art and Science of Combining Analysis and Performance in the Applied Studio
(Stephanie Rea, Murray State University)

9:30 - 11:00 AM SESSION II

The Distributed Music Appreciation Class and the Indiana University Digital Music Library Project: Phase One
(Roberta Lindsey, Indiana University)
Erik Scull (Indiana University)
Jay Fern (Indiana University)

Introduction to Music Technology: Challenges and Decisions in Cross-Disciplinary Instruction
(Elainie Lillios, Bowling Green State University)

Developing "The Seeing Ear and the Hearing Eye": a Web site to Promote Skill Acquisition in the Aural Skills Curriculum
(Susan M. Piagentini, Northwestern University)

9:30 - 11:00 AM SESSION IIa
Teaching Approaches in the Applied Studio

Tai Chi and the Violin Studio: Using Tai Chi Exercises to Improve Violin Performance
(MJ Zank, Ohio Northern University)

Encountering the Aesthetic in Applied Teaching
(Matthew Hill, Goshen College)

Let's Play a Game: Ways to Release Performance Energies in the Applied Voice Studio
(Matt Bean, Western Illinois University)

Tormodsgaard-Bakken Recital Hall

Dr. Robert A. Duke (University of Texas-Austin)
A Vision of Students as Accomplished Learners

1:30 -- 3:00 PM SESSION III
Jazz and Improvisation

Capturing Jazz with Caper's "Portraits"
(Siok Lian Tan, Miami University (Ohio))

Taking a fresh Look at the Collegiate Jazz Vocal Ensemble: Where, How and What
(Sarah J. Hintz, Michigan State University)

Teaching Classical Improvisation in Your Private Studio
(Arthur T. Johnson, Lakeland College)

1:30 -- 3:00 PM SESSION IIIa
Performance and Analysis II

Bring out the Counterpoint: The Relationship between Implied Polyphony and Expressive Performance in Bach's Unaccompanied String Works
(Stacey Davis, Northwestern University)

Analysis as Guide to Interpretive Decisions in "La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune" by Debussy
(Janet M. Joichi, Northwestern University)

Teaching Bartók's Piano Music: tempo rubato for non-Hungarians
(Stephen Satory, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto)

3:30 - 5:00 PM Session IV

Web-based Portfolios: Reflective Thinking in Action
(Joseph A. Eppink, Ball State University)

Peeling the Onion: Assessing Multiple Layers of Thinking that occur while Reflecting about Composing
(Betty Anne Younker, University of Michigan)

Talent, Temperament, and Personality: Educating and Supporting the Whole Musician
(Janis Weller, St. Mary's University of Minnesota)

3:30 - 5:00 PM Session IVa

Der Baartli gaat a Gyger: a quasi jazzisch Glaner Maer by Tom Schnauber (University of Michigan)
Alan Huckleberry, Piano/Graduate Student, University of Michigan
Three Jacobson Songs 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
Low Hangs the Moon by Scott Miller (St. Cloud State University)
Susan Flaskerud-Rathmell, Adjunct Professor of Piano, Hillsdale College
Hillary Vermillion, Soprano
Dead End for Clarinet and Toys by Amnon Wolman (Northwestern University)
Gregory Barrett, Assistant Professor of Clarinet, Northern Illinois University
Three Dances by Thomas Zugger (Capital University)
Thomas Zugger, Assistant Professor of Trombone and Euphonium, Capital University
Gail Lehto, Assistant Professor of Clarinet, Capital University

Great Plains



Wayne A. Baughman: Increasing Demand for the Performing Arts: Toward Defining Public Tastes and Participation Requirements

John Cipolla: Sydney Bechet: A Retrospective of the Great New Orleans Jazz Musician

Stephanie Dickinson: Incorporating Kinetic Learning into the Undergraduate Theory Classroom

Mary Ferer: Haydn and Mozart: Taste and a Profound Knowledge of Composition

Jonathan Green: Hymns on the Twilight of Faith: Atheism, Skepticism, and Discontent in Sacred Music

Jennifer Sterling: Reinventing Music Theory Pedagogy: Incorporating Technology Into the Traditional Form and Analysis Classroom

Meg Freeman Whalen: Politics and Music Pedagogy: The Metropolitan Music School

Lecture Recitals

Lise Keiter-Brotzman: The Piano Works of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel

Ruskin Cooper: From Miniature to Masterpiece: A Schubert Waltz Becomes Schumann's Carnaval, op. 9

Laura G. Kafka: The Songs of Fryderyck Chopin: A Polish Expression of the Slavic Soul

Linda Li-Bleuel: Lucie Robert's Cadenza (1974) for alto Saxophone and piano


Saturday, April 6, 2002
Berklee College of Music
1140 Boylston St. Bldg

9:00-10:30 Concurrent Session I
Concepts in Mentoring

Are We Responsible? A Model for Community Service through Musical Mentoring
Delvyn Case
The Art of Successful Mentoring
Jane Fiske, Fitchburg State College
The Legacy of Helen Hosmer: A Teacher of Teachers
Nelly Maude Case, Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam

9:00-10:30 Concurrent Session II
Jazz Topics

Hard Bop, Before Parkers Demise
Lewis Rosengarten, Skidmore College
Sources for Latin Big Band Performance: An Examination of the Latin American Stocks in the Library of Congress
George Torres, Grinnell College
From Jazz Improv to Scored Arrangement
Joe Utterback, Sacred Heart University

10:45 - 12:30 Plenary Session/Workshop Room 1A

Mental Rehearsal, Learning Music, and the Theory Classroom
John Buccheri, Northwestern University, National CMS President

Saturday 3:45-4:15 and Sunday 10:00-10:30
Special Concurrent Session/Demonstration
Berklee 150 Massachusetts Avenue Bldg.

Using MIDI Technology in the Conducting Class
Jack Jarrett, Berklee College of Music (in a specially equipped conducting room).

3:00 - 5:00 Concurrent Session III
Composer Studies and Lecture/Performances

Trills and Trill Passages in Beethoven's Sonata, Opus 106: The Demonic on the Way to the Devine (Lecture/Performance)
Elizabeth Wolff, Hunter College
Variety and Pattern in Bach's Goldberg Variations: A Schenkerian Approach
Jason Haney, James Madison University
Hybrid Forms: the "American" Music of Kosaku Yamada
David Pacun, Ithaca College
The Cosmic Metaphor of Toru Takemitsu's Rain Tree Sketches (Lecture/performance)
Tomoko Isshiki, Ichimura Music School

3:00 - 5:00 Concurrent Session IV
Songwriting and Jazz Pedagogy

Hearing the Changes
Roberta Radley, Berklee College of Music
A New Empowering Vocabulary and Methodology for Teaching Songwriting
Jack Perricone, Berklee College of Music
The Creative Process: In Defense of Daydreaming
Henry M. Gaffney, Berklee College of Music
Melodic and Lyric Treatment in the Songs of John Lennon
John Stevens, Berklee College of Music

Sunday, April 7, 2002

9:00 - 10:30 Concurrent Session V
Jazz Improvisation and Jazz Pedagogy

Non-Functional Harmony
Wayne Naus, Berklee College of Music
The Jazz Conductor's Baton: A Violinist's Bow or a Drummer's Stick
Michele Caniato, Fitchburg State College
Exploring Russell's Ideas While Improvising Over Davis' All Blues (Lecture/Performance)
Lisa Silver, Columbia University

9:30 - 10:30 Concurrent Session VI
Compositional Strategy, Theoretical Analysis

Sound Synthesis as Composition
Douglas Geers, Columbia University
Non-Conventional Wisdom and Practices
Robert L. Glarner, Central Connecticut State University

10:45 - 11:45 Concurrent Session VII
Jazz Improvisation and Composition

Concepts in Jazz Composition as Illustrated in Masterworks of Jazz Composition
Andy Jaffe, Williams College
Breakthrough to Improv
Dave Frank, Berklee College of Music

10:45 - 11:45 Concurrent Session VIII
Music of Armenia and Turkey

When East Meets West: Armenian Connection to the Preludes of Dianne Goolkasian Rahbee
Deborah Nemko, Bridgewater State College
Evoking the Sound of Turkey: Nationalism in the Piano Works of Adnan Saygun
Kathryn Woodard, Hunter College

1:00 p.m. College Music Society Composers Concert
David Friend Hall

Pacific Central

Friday, February 22, 2002

7:30 p.m. Lecture/Recital featuring Guest Composer BERNARD RANDS. As part of the CSUS University Lecture Series, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Bernard Rands, will conduct the Stanislaus Wind Ensemble in his work, "Ceremonial," and present a lecture on "Transcribing the Visual into Aural - Musical Musings on Themes by Van Gogh." Reception follows.

Saturday, February 23, 2002

9:35-9:55 a.m. Presentation #1 by Jim Hearon

10:00-10:20 a.m. Presentation #2 by Jim Chopyak

10:30-11:10 a.m. Panel discussion: "Full and Part-time Non-Tenure Track Instructional Faculty and Staff."

11:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Presentation #3 by BERNARD RANDS

2:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Concert of members' works (in alphabetical order): Mark Alburger, Bruce Christian Bennett, Deborah Kavasch, John Marvin, Helena Michelson, Charles Nichols, Dan Pinkston

Pacific Northwest

February 23, 2002

Session I - Paper Presentations: Creation and Performance
9:00 A.M. - 10:15 A.M.

"Make That Two Quintets and a Schnitzel": Compositional Modeling in Beethoven's Quintet for Piano and Winds, Op. 16"
Carol Padgham Albrecht, University of Idaho
"Confucian Philosophy and the Jazz Improvisor: Thinking through Jazz Performance and Education"
Jared Burrows, Simon Fraser University
"Proto-Minimalist Techniques in the Music of Beethoven"
Lesley Sommer, Western Washington University

Session II - Recital/Lecture
10:30 A.M. -11:45 A.M.

"From Alpha to Omega"
Walter B. Saul II, Warner Pacific University
"The Unfinished Chopin"
Arthur Houle, Albertson College
Terry Longshore, Southern Oregon University

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

Session III
1:30 P.M. - 2:45 P.M.

"String Quartet #4," Jason Heald, Umpqua Community College
performed by The Tapestry Quartet
"Windows," Petr Eben (b. 1929)
performed by Joan Paddock, trumpet; Greg Bowers, organ, Linfield College
"Meldings" Todd Barton (b. 1949)
performed by Rhett Bender, saxophone, and Terry Longshore, vibraphone, Southern Oregon University
"C.F.M." for alto saxophone, John Kline (b. 1970)
Rhett Bender, saxophone
The Knotty Ensemble
Portland-based improvisation ensemble

Session IV - Panel Discussion
3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Topic: Full and Part-time and Non-Tenure Track Instructional Faculty and Staff.

Session V - Music and Performance
7:30 P.M.

Composers in Skirts
Linda Smith, piano; Kate Hawkes, actress, Costumes by Margaret Louise Chapman

Pacific Southern

Saturday, March 23, 2002

8:45 Houle: "The Unfinished Chopin"
9:15 Osborne: Improvisation in Armenian Music (Title TBD)
9:45 Hanawalt: "Flowers in the Musical Canon: A Transformed, Gender Inclusive, Culturally Pluralistic Model Core Curriculum in College Music."

10:30 Hoskins: "Interdisciplinary Arts at CSU Northridge"
11:00 Brock: " Blooming Hard at the Crossroads: Appropriation in Popular Music as a Folk Process"

11:30 MESTO (performance)

1:30 Panel: The Part-time and Non-tenure faculty appointments in 2- and 4-year colleges & universities.
Panel Moderator: Dr. Kathleen Lamkin, National Vice-president, CMS Panelists: Dr. David Kopplin, Dr. JanClaire Elliot, Dr. Ray Briggs, and Dr. Linda Holland.

2:30 Safari: "Pitch JND and the Tritone Paradox: The Linguistic Nexus"

3:00 CMS Composers Mini-concert
Lathan Four Violin Duets
Hoskin Blackbird Fly
Grasse Flutations
Muczynski Quintet for Winds

3:45 Sancho-Velázquez: "Making Sense of Eccentricity: Carlo Gesualdo and the Aesthetics of Mannerism"

4:15 Heftler: "Performing Outreach Concerts"
4:45 Grasse: "Conflation and Conflict in Brazilian Film Music: Forty Years between the Bossa Nova of Black Orpheus and Rap in Orfeu"

Rocky Mountain

FRIDAY, 22 March

1:30-3:00 Session I: Topics in Music Theory and Technology

Session Chair: William Kearns
The Modal Paradox of Recapitulation Subordinate Themes in Minor-Key Sonata Forms
Paul Metz, Colorado State University
Schubert's Last Settings of "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt"
Joice Waterhouse Gibson, University of Colorado at Boulder
Understanding the Science of Music Through Software Sound Synthesis
Mark Dal Porto, Eastern New Mexico University

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

Three Musical Interpretations of "The End of the World"
Robert Jones and Andrew Froehlich, North Dakota State University
Cigarettes at Midnight, Perfume and Heartbreak: Politics and Artistry in the French Cabaret Songs of Edith Piaf
Judith A. Coe, soprano, and E. J. Choe, piano, University of Colorado at Denver

4:30-5:30 Session III: World Music Workshop

UW Sikuris: Peruvian Panpipe Ensemble
Aura Newlin and Maria Gonsalves, University of Wyoming

8:00 Concert of Music by CMS Composers and Performers

Portrait for Cello and Piano
Anne M. Guzzo
Fantasy for Euphonium
Elena Roussanova Lucas
Midnight Song
Mark Dal Porto
Little Suite for Five Musicians
David Brinkman
Once Spoken
David Wohl
Trio for Oboe, Viola and Piano
Morris Hutchins Ruger
Carilynae for Marimba and Piano
Barbara Bennett

SATURDAY, 23 March

9:00-10:30 Session IV: Workshop: Teaching composition at the College level

50 Ways to Change Your Motive: Exercises in Composition
Dr. Barbara Bennett, College Music Society National Immediate Past Vice President

10:45-12:00 Session V: The American Heritage Center: Facilities and Collections

Session Chair: David Brinkman
Tour of the American Heritage Center
Carol Bowers, AHC Reference Supervisor and Anne M. Guzzo, Composer and Assistant Archivist
Accessing Music Collections at the American Heritage Center
Carol Bowers, AHC Reference Supervisor and Anne M. Guzzo, Composer and Assistant Archivist
Keynote Address by Barbara Bennett

1:45-2:30 Session VI: Panel Discussion: Full and Part-time Non-tenure Track Instructional Faculty and Staff

Session Chair: Barbara Bennett

2:30-3:30 Session VII: Twentieth-Century European Composers

Warning: the Following Music May Infect and Poison Your Culture
Carolyn Cline, University of Wyoming
Social Consciousness and Compositional Devices in the Works of Helmut Oehring
Timothy Brown, University of Northern Colorado

3:45-4:45 Session VIII: Topics in Pedagogy

Systematic Selection of Vocal Repertoire
John Nix, University of Colorado at Denver
Research in Music Education
Nancy Glen, University of Northern Colorado

South Central

Friday, March 8, 2002

Session I

9:15-9:45 "Perfectionism in Music Making: a Blessing or a Curse?"
Dylan Savage, Henderson State University
9:45-10:15 "Encouraging Interpretive Creativity in Students at All Levels"
Terry Lynn Hudson, Baylor University

Session II

10:30-11:00 "Finding the Connection: Hafez, Daumer, Brahms"
Dr. Elizabeth Momand, University of Texas, Austin
11:00-11:30 "John DukeWritings from 1917- 45
Dr.Robin Fisher, Baylor University
11:30-12:00 "A Study of Nadia Boulanger's Pedagogical Style and Influence on American Music"
Wendy McCallum, doctoral student, University of North Texas

Session III

1:30-2:00 Albert Dietrich and His Cello Sonata, Op. 15"
Sanna Pederson, University of Oklahoma
2:00-2:30 "Sacred Suite: Mixing Bach With Hebrew Liturgy: A Lecture Recital"
Dr. Sam Magrill, University of Central Oklahoma

Session IV

3:15-3:45 Bernstein and Copland Are Alive and Well and Living on the Web" Material from the Library of Congress American Memorial Project
Dr. Anne Prestamo, Oklahoma state University
3:45-4:15 "The Deep Deuce:The Role of Cultural Influences in the Development of A Jazz Musician"
Heath Jones, doctoral student, University of Oklahoma
4:15-4:45 "Roland Hayes' 'The Life of Christ'" Lecture Recital
Dr. Jason Oby, Texas Southern University

8:00 Opening Evening Concert, Recital Hall

Saturday, March 9, 2002

Session I

9:00-9:30 "Revising the (Intra-Disciplinary) Music Theory Curriculum"
Dr. Nico Schuler, Southwest Texas State University
9:30-10:00 "Collaborative Programming and the Da Vinci Institute of Oklahoma"
Dr. Manuel Prestamo, Oklahoma City Community College
10:00-10:30 "Veux-tu decouvir le Monde?: Duplicity and Debt in Arthur Honegger's 'Petit Cours de morale'"
Dr. Keith Clifton, University of Central Arkansas

Session II

10:45-11:15 "Songs of Madeleine Dring: Variety and Unity"
Dr. Richard Davis, University of Texas-Pan American
11:15-11:45 "Women Reacting to Their World"
Marilyn Govich, doctoral student, university of Oklahoma

Session III

1:30-2:15 Panel Discussion: " Full- and Part-Time Non-Tenure Track Instructional Faculty and Staff" chaired by Dr. Daniel Adams
2:15-2:45 "From Debussy to the Didgeridu: Strategies for Incorporating World Music in the Small and Mid-Sized University Curricula"
Dr. Allen Teel and Gregory Straughn, Abilene Christian University
2:45-3:15 "Native American Music in the Undergraduate College Music Curriculum"
Dr. Nancy Barry and Dr. Paula Conlon, University of Oklahoma
3:15-3:45 Trumpet Recital, James Klages and ensemble, University of Central Oklahoma

4:00-4:45 Concert of CMS Composers


Thursday, February 28

Charles Ives: A Portrait in Song
Bradley Robinson, University of Mississippi
The A Cappella Folksong Settings of Roy Harris
Sarah Satterfield, Central Florida Community College
Characteristics of Indian Music found in Lou Harrison's Ariadne
Robert J. Damm and Lana Johns, Mississippi State University
1:45-3:15: ANALYSIS
A Review of Music Software K-12 and University Level
Sanford Hinderlie, Loyola University
Another Look at Formalizing a Textural Theory
Robert L. Glarner, Central Connecticut State University
Isang Yun's Piri for Solo Oboe - An Analysis in Perspective
Kui-Im Lee, Bethel College
Teresa Carreño, the Valkyrie of the Piano
Vicki King, Murray State University
A Study of Chromaticism in the Deep Middleground of Wolf's "Bei einer Trauung" and "In der Frühe" (Student Paper)
Patrick Tuck, Louisiana State University
An Analysis of the First Movement of the Chôro for Piano and Orchestra (1956) by Mozart Camargo Guarnieri
Rosângela Yazbec Sebba, Mississippi State University
Opera on the Beach: A Musical, Visual, and Scientific Look at the Portrait Opera Einstein on the Beach
Sonya Gable-Wilson, University of Florida
Symbolism from the Tain Bo Cuailnge in Terry Riley's Chanting the Light of Foresight
Tayloe Harding, Valdosta State University
Wind Band Literature as a Vital Component in the Study of Music History
Scott A. Stewart, Emory University

8:00: Composers' and Performers' Concert
Compositions by: Greg Danner, Mitchell Turner, Paul Dickinson, Mary Lynn Badarak, and William Price
Performances by: Mary Lenn Buchanan, Mark Butler, and Karen Fosheim

Friday, March 1

9:00-10:30: STUDENT PAPERS
Impressionism Born of Franz Liszt's "Music of Despair"
Linda M. Rodriguez, University of Florida
Ilka Vasconcelos Araujo, University of Florida
"Symphony in Yellow": Impressions
Laura Moore Pruett, Florida State University
Seulgidoong and the Fusion of Traditional with Western Elements in South Korea
John O. Robison, University of South Florida
(How) Should a Music Historian Teach Eminem's "Murder Ballads"?
Elizabeth L. Keathley, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Neglected Instruments, Neglected Musicians: Margie Hyams, Mary Osborne, and Ginger Smock
Sonya R. Lawson, Middle Tennessee State University

Full and Part-time Non-Tenure Track Instructional Faculty and Staff
Richard Montalto, moderator

10:45-11:45: PERFORMANCE
Benjamin Britten's Eclecticism as Evidenced in Selected Vocal Music for Tenor
Ron Brendel, Southeastern College
Benjamin Britten's Lachrymae Reflections on a song of Dowland, Op.48: Making the Connection
Karin Addis and Shannon Hesse, Valdosta State University
10:45-12:15: HISTORY
John Powell: His Racial and Cultural Ideologies and Their Impact on American Music
David Z. Kushner, University of Florida
Burnet C. Tuthill: American Musical Pioneer (A Lecture Recital)
Keith Koons, University of Central Florida
Between the Lines: Constructing Augusta Browne's Life Story
Bonny H. Miller, Southeastern Louisiana University
Images of Rocking in Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Georgia G. Wellborn with Terry McRoberts, Union University
A Southern Microcosm: Owen Middleton's Decoration Day
Jerry Alan Bush, University of South Alabama
Ernest Bloch's Poème mystique: A Lecture Recital
Michelle Tabor with Camilo Acosta, Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra
2:15-3:45: PEDAGOGY
Incorporating Kinesthetic Learning in the Undergraduate Theory Classroom
Stefanie C. Dickinson, University of Georgia
Phrase Structure in Prokofiev's Piano Sonatas: A Paradigm for Teaching Twentieth-Century Repertoire
Courtenay L. Harter, Rhodes College
Rethinking the Piano Education of Non-Piano Majors
Kevin Robert Orr, University of Florida

The Spirit of the New in American Experimental Music of the Twentieth Century: Charles Ives' Universe Symphony (1911-1951) and John Cage's Williams Mix (1951-1953)
Larry Austin, Keynote Speaker

8:00: Composers' and Performers' Concert
Compositions by: Al Benner, Dinos Constantinides, Aaron Johnson, Jonathan Peters, Roger Vogel, Joe L. Alexander, Larry Austin, and Kenneth R. Benoit
Performances by: Bonnie Pomfret and Laura Gordy

Saturday, March 2

9:30-11:00, LATIN AMERICA II
Where Mayos and Mestizos Meet: The Holy Week Ceremonies of San Miguel Zapotitlán, Mexico
Helena Simonett, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University
Brazilian Culture and the Role of Female Composers of the 20th Century: A Piano Lecture Recital
Luciana Soares, University of Southern Mississippi
The Life and Music of Scott Joplin
John DeChiaro, University of Southern Mississippi
Improving Students' Interest in Beginning Band: Can We Make Students Even More Interested in Beginning Band and "School Music"?
Emery C. Warnock, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Making a Good Sound: A Practical Approach to Improving Tone on Brass Instruments
Joseph Bowman, University of Tennessee at Martin
The Sacred Music of African-Americans in the United States Since Slavery
J. Robert Adams, Elizabeth City State University

11:30: Composers' and Performers' Concert, G. M. Savage Memorial Chapel
Compositions by: Mark Francis, Kenneth Jacobs, and J. Ryan Garber
Performances by: Lewis Malfatti Duo, Laurel Swinden, and Kui-Im Lee