Great Lakes

Friday, April 4, 2003

4:00 PM CMS-GL OFFICERS MEETING, Moreau Hall 210


8:00 PM CMS-GL COMPOSERS CONCERT --Little Theatre, Moreau Center for the Arts
Session Chair: Gene S. Trantham, Bowling Green State University

"Endangered Species (2002): 1. The Dragon 2. The Unicorn 3. The Werewolf 4. The Sphinx 5. The Mermaid 6. The Phoenix by Eleanor F. Trawick (Ball State University)
Scott Russell, horn (Ball State University), Carol Bullock Russell, cello (South Bend Symphony Orchestra)
Liebeslieder mit Vögel (1997) 3 Duets for Soprano, Alto, and Piano: Sommerlied; Wach auf! Waldvögelein by Tom Schnauber (University of Michigan)
Caroline Helton, soprano (University of Michigan); Anne Adams, mezzo-soprano (St. Olaf College); Kent McWilliams, piano (St. Olaf College)
"Piano Portraits: Nightwatch 1. In Memorium 2. Bluesy Cantabile" by Marjorie M. Rusche (University of Notre Dame)
Maria Stäblein, piano
"Nocturne" for Piano Four Hands (2002) by Robert Rathmell (Hillsdale College)
Susan Flaskerud-Rathmell (Hillsdale College), piano; Robert Rathmell (Hillsdale College), piano
"Pythagorean Triple" for solo guitar by Michael Wittgraf (University of North Dakota)
Jesse Langen, guitar
"Canyon Music" by John Steffa (Murray State University)
Scott Locke, clarinet (Murray State University)
"Trilogy for the Millennium" (1999) by Janice Misurell-Mitchell (DePaul) 1. Give Me an A! (1999)
Janice Misurell-Mitchell, Voice and flute
"Three American Ballads" (2001) by Stephen Coxe (Madison Wisconsin)
Stephen Coxe, piano
sirens by Leon Couch III (Texas A & M)
electronic media

Saturday, April 5, 2003

8:15-9:15 AM Session I

Moreau 114
Session Chair: Todd Welbourne, University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Addressing the Music of the Church: Curricular Implications"
Charlotte Kroeker (University of Notre Dame)
"Introducing Electronic Music in the Undergraduate Classroom: Efficient Teaching and Intriguing Results"
Leon W. Couch III (Texas A&M University)

Moreau 210
Session Chair: Michael Wittgraf, University of North Dakota

"Transculturation in the Cuban Diaspora: Musical and Cultural Identity in the Lansing Cuban Community"
Mary J. Procopio (Michigan State University)
"Teaching African-American Students Western and Non-Western Music: An Ethnomusicologial Approach"
Jane L. Florine (Chicago State University)


9:30-11:00 AM Session II

Moreau 114
Session Chair: David Harnish, Bowling Green State University

"Debussy, Orff and Twinkle Gamelon"
Anne Prescott (Indiana University)
"A Recital of Chinese Folk Songs"
Mei Zhong (Ball State University)
"Synthesis and Integration: World and Electro-Acoustic Music in the Applied Studio through Songs in Tribute
Robert Murray (Murray State University)

Moreau 210
Session Chair: James Perone, Mount Union College

"Art, Society and the Environment"
Henry A. Alviani (Northland College)
"The Key to Interdisciplinary Courses: Finding Common Themes"
James M. Larner (Marian College)
"Interdisciplinary Collaboration: A Project between the classes of Band Literature and Art History"
Frederick Burrack (Ball State University)


11:15 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS, Moreau 114
Dr. Gene Aitken (Mahidol University, Thailand)


"What can students do with a degree in music, besides teaching and performing?" Wedge Room, Dining Hall


1:30-3:00 PM SESSION III

Moreau 114
Session Chair, Matthew Hill, Goshen College

"Jazz Substitution and Re-harmonization Explaining Coltrane Changes and Some New Cycles With Neo-Riemannian Theory"
Adam W. Gaines (Ball State University)
"InForm: The Integration of CAI into the Form and Analysis Classroom"
Jennifer Sterling (Indiana University PUI)
"Listen, Image, Unveil: Strategies for guided listening analysis"
Susan Piagentini (Northwestern University)

Moreau 210
Session Chair, Clayton Henderson, St. Mary's College

"Two Approaches to Teaching World Music Topics in Music Appreciation Courses"
Joanne Swenson-Eldridge (Beloit College)
"World Music in the Western Music Theory Curriculum: Teaching Chromatic Harmony through Non-western Music"
Stuart Folse (Roosevelt University)
"Teaching World Music in the Undergraduate Music History Sequence"
Scott Locke (Murray State University)


3:30-4:45 PM Session IV

Moreau 114
Session Chair: Eleanor F Trawick, Ball State University

What would Verdi Do? A Practical Toolkit for Contemporary Composers of Dramatic Music
Larry Schanker (Lake Michigan College)
Neglected Chamber Music for Flute And Its Correlating Historical Background: The Baroque Era
Jennifer Kennard (Michigan State University)
"Toward Real-Time Program Notes Using Interactive Soft Ware"
Todd Welborne (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Moreau 210
Session Chair: Cynthia Benson, Bowling Green State University

"Two Twentieth Century Song Cycles for Horn, Voice and Piano"
Scott Russell (Ball State University)
"Heitor Villa-Lobos-creator of new genres: Choros and Bachianas Brasileiras as composed for piano solo"
Alexandre Dossin (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)
"Teaching Error Detection: An Approach"
Richard O. Devore and Ralph Lorenz (Kent State University)

Great Plains

Saturday, March 15

8:25 Paper Session 1a. Music in Europe
Chair: Roberta Freund Schwartz, University of Kansas

8:25 "The Unique Harmonic Language of Joseph Marx as Exemplified in His German Lieder"
Mark Holmberg, University of Kansas
8:55 "A Little Night Music from an Irishman's Viewpoint"
Robert L. Glarner, Central Connecticut State University


9:30 Paper Session 1b. Music in Nebraska
Chair: Sandy Schaefer, Chadron State College

9:30 "The Best Laid Plans . . : The Fate of Art Music at the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition Omaha, 1898"
H. Bruce Lobaugh, Omaha, Nebraska
10:00 "'Pioneering Women' and the Search for an American Musical Identity in Early 20th-century Nebraska"
Peggy A. Holloway and Linda Christensen, Wayne State College


10:45 Conference Address: "Fleshing Out the Half-Skeleton: What Speculation Revealed about an 1810 Hymnal"
Chair: Hali Fieldman, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kay Norton, Arizona State University


11:30 Panel: "Responding to Institutional Threats to Music Units and Programs: A CMS National Committee on Advocacy Initiative"
Tayloe Harding (Valdosta State University), CMS National Committee on Advocacy Chair, moderator


12:15 Lunch and time to visit Spencer Art Museum


1:45 Paper Session 2a. Multiculturalism (Spencer Art Museum)
Chair: Helena Vasconcellos, Our Lady of Angels Catholic School and Kansas City Children's Chorus

1:45 "Bringing Global Music to a Small Community in the Heartland"
Eugenia Oi Yan YAU, Terry Quiett, and Global Voices, Southwestern College
2:15 "Old World, New Tradition: Multicultural Music Education in Teacher Training"
Seppo Saari, University of Turku


2:45 Paper Session 2b. Bach and Liszt (Spencer Art Museum)
Chair: J. Bunker Clark, University of Kansas

2:45 "J. S. Bach's French Suite No. 5 in G, BWV 816 in Transcription: Finding a Two-Part Texture for Flute and Baroque Cello"
The Spencer Consort (Joy Laird, Baroque flute and Paul Laird, Baroque cello), Lawrence, Kansas
3:15 "Liszt's Piano: The 1886 Bechstein at the Spencer Art Museum"
J. Bunker Clark, University of Kansas and Vincent van Gelder, University of Missouri-Kansas City


4:00 Panel: "What You Can Do with a Degree in Music: Career Options"
William A. Everett (University of Missouri-Kansas City), CMS Great Plains Chapter President, moderator


5:00 Composer's Concert and Messiaen
featuring the Valdosta State University Percussion Ensemble and New Music Ensemble
Chair: Ian Coleman, William Jewell College

Part I. Composer's Concert
Part II. "Catalogue of the Birds by Messiaen: A Philatelic Flight" Richard Reber, University of Kansas

Sunday, March 16

9:00 Paper Session 3. Singing and Song
Chair: Maxine Fawcett-Yeske, Nebraska Wesleyan University

9:00 "A Model for Vocal Pedagogy"
Katherine Eberle, University of Iowa
9:30 "The Application of Laban Movement Theory and Bartenieff Fundamentals to the Choral Rehearsal"
Lisa A. Billingham, Central Missouri State University
10:00 "A Touch of Class in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night"
Cathryn Wilkinson, Concordia University


10:45 Paper Session 4. Twentieth-Century Topics
Chair: Steven Maxwell, Kansas State University

10:45 "Look What I've Found!: Three Etudes for Clarinet with Piano Accompaniment by José Siqueira"
S. Diane Fukunaga, Shawnee Mission Public Schools
11:15 "Being Eonta: A Guide to Xenakis' Style for Listeners without Advanced Degrees in Mathematics"
Jay C. Batzner, University of Missouri-Kansas City
11:45 "Stravinsky and Ingolf Dahl: Portrait of a Collaboration"
Craig B. Parker, Kansas State University
12:15 "Stravinsky's Trois Mouvements de Petrouchka"
Momoro Ono, University of Nebraska-Omaha


12:50 Chapter Business Meeting


Friday, March 28

1:00-3:00 Lectures, Tyler-Tallman Hall

Bright Cecilia: Great Patroness of Us and Harmony
Mary Ferer, West Virginia University
Recovering an Exiled Master [Ernst Krenek]
Bruce Samet, Mt. Airy, NC
Cultural Reference and Reverence in William Grant Still's Symphonic "Prayer"
Horace J. Maxile, Jr., University of North Carolina at Asheville
Clarifying the National Instinct: European Song in Modern American Musical Thought
Travis D. Stimeling, West Virginia University

3:30-5:00 Lecture Recitals, Tyler-Tallman Hall

Density 21.5: Analysis and Performance Practice
Irna Priore, North Carolina School of the Arts
Measuring Distance: Form and Phrasing in Takemitsu's Piano Distance
Tomoko Deguchi, Winthrop University
Ross Lee Finney's Creative Use of Aspects of Tonality Within a Twelve-Tone Framework
Linda Apple Monson, George Mason University

7:30 Composers' Concert, Tyler-Tallman Hall

Saturday, March 29

9:00-10:30 Lecture Recitals, Tyler-Tallman Hall

Alexis: A favourite Cantata
Jennifer Cable, University of Richmond
Brahms Lieder on Texts of the Sufi Poet Hafiz
Marjorie Rahima Hohlstein, Coastal Carolina Community College
The Luso-Hispanic-French Folk Music Influence on Brazilian Children's Singing and Dancing Games
Maritza Mascarenhas-Sadowsky, Renaissance Music Academy of Virgina and Virginia Polytechnic University

11:00-12:30 Panel Discussion, Tyler-Tallman Hall

What Can One Do with a Degree in Music: Career Options Outside of Teaching and Performance
Benjamin Tomassetti, American University
Other panelists TBA

1:00 Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting


Friday March 14, 2003

1:00 p.m. - Lecture Performances

"Music in the Ottoman Imperial Harem: The Life of Leyla Hanimefendi"
Kathryn Woodard
"Aspects of Leon Kirchner's Compositional Style Found in Piano Sonata (1948)"
Ed Bednar (Berklee College of Music)
William Pfaff and Whitman Brown (Boston University and Brandeis University)
"Choral Performance Practice in the Classical Part Song: An Alternative Arrangement of Haydn's Abendlied zu Gott"
Steve Grives (Colby College)
"Strings in the Shadows: The Violinists of Terezín"
Aleeza Wadler (Boston University)
"Fuel: Depicting Emergent Behavior through Choreography and Composition"
Paula Mathusen (New York University)

3:30 p.m. - Opportunities For The Music Professional In The 21st Century

Panel Discussion With:
John C. Coggiola, Chair, Music Education, Syracuse University
Nicolas Scherzinger, Chair, Theory and Composition, Syracuse University
William Dicosimo, Assistant Professor of Music Industry, Syracuse University

5:00 p.m. - Executive Board Meeting

7:30 P.M. - Composition Recital I

Saturday, March 15, 2003

8:30 a.m.
Women Composers, Russian Organ Music, The Beatles and Lutheran Chorales
William Melin (Lafayette College), Chair

"Fin de Siecle and Beyond: Women Composers in the New Century"
Deborah Nemko (Bridgewater State College)
"Russian Organ Music"
Iain Quinn (Yale University)
"Identification of the Instrumentation and Orchestration of Selected Beatles Songs"
Paul Barkan (Five Towns College)
"Melodic and Harmonic Expression in the German Lutheran Chorale at the Time of J.S. Bach"
Diane McMullen (Union College)

10:15 a.m.
Education Issues
Elliott Schwartz (Bowdoin College), Chair

"A Comparison of the Effects of Two Instructional Approaches to Teaching Middle School Instrumental Music: An Approach Using Music Performance and Listening, and an Approach Using Music Performance, Listening, and Composition"
Patricia Riley (SUNY-Potsdam)
"Ney Rosauro: A Comprehensive Instructional Video And Reference Study Guide On The Composer And His Concerto For Marimba And Orchestra"
Dominic Zarro (Palisades Park School District)
"Band Assessment Strategies"
David Garcia (Bridgewater State College)
"Changing Trends in Preparing Students for College-Level Theory"
Carol Livingston (University of Rhode Island) and James Ackman (Pittsburg State University)

Noon - Careers in Music

"Career Options for Musicians"
Susan Medley (Carnegie Hall)
"So You Want to Teach?: Possibilities for Teaching Music in Places You Don't Think Of -- Business and Computer Schools"
Hilde Binford (Moravian College)
"Is There Life After a Degree in Music?"
Diane Follet (Muhlenberg College)

3:00 p.m. - Keynote Speaker

Mariella Squire, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Maine at Fort Kent "Wabanaki Drum Song: Tradition in an Era of Change"

4:00 p.m.
Teaching Outside of Your Specialty: World Music for the Unworldly
Scott Brickman (University of Maine at Fort Kent), Chair

"Taking a Byte out of World Music"
David Patterson (University of Massachusetts-Boston)
"The World at Our Fingertips"
Stan Pelkey (Gordon College)
"A Holistic Experimental Sound-Art Curriculum"
Mark Nelson (Wesleyan University)
"Teaching Outside My Specialty: World Music for the Unworldly"
Lindsay Weightmann (Penn State and Temple Universities)

7:00 p.m. - Composition Recital II

Pacific Central

Friday, February 22, 2002

7:00 p.m.

Sonata No. 2 by John Hersh
Patti Deuter
Tlon by Mark Applebaum
Mark Applebaum, Giancarlo Aquilanti, and Christopher Jones
Under the Knife by Laurie Amat
Laurie Amat
21 by D'Arcy Reynolds
D'Arcy Reynolds
Still Harmless [BASS]ically by Brian Belet
Brian Belet
Snap Out of It by Jim McManus
Jim McManus
Meditation by Bruce Christian Bennett
Matt Ingalls
Jagged by Michael Cooke
Michael Cooke
I Do Not Love Thee Three Ways by Gary Friedman
Anne Freeman, Amy Hanson, Sheng-Wen Liu,Gary Friedman
New Work by Tom Heasley
Tom Heasley

8:00 p.m.

Prologue to the Villa of the Mysteries by Jim Hearon
Jim Hearon
Waiting for the Rains by Hubert Ho
Jody Redhage and Hubert Ho
Music by Owen Lee
Owen Lee
Quartet No. 2 by Daniel Asia
quartetto ricercare by Dan Coleman
Quartet No. 5 by Benjamin Lees
The Cypress Quartet

9:00 p.m.

Waking in the Dirt by Shaun Naidoo
Marty Walker
Cats, Dogs, and Divas (Harriet March Page) by Mark Alburger
VII. Make a Man a God
XI. A Father Can Be a Bother
XV. Mother
Music by Julian White
Anne Oliver
Prelude to Pensiveness by Denise Matzion
Denise Matzion Duo
Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano by Yuan-Mei Chou
Lei Zhang, Meng-Ying Chou, Yuan-Mei Chou
Tunes by Rory Snyder and Fred Zimmerman
Rory Snyder, Fred Zimmerman
CSUS Latin Jazz Ensemble, Steve Roach

Pacific Northwest

March 22, 2003
Portland State University

Session 1: (9:00 am - 10 am)

"The Role of the Basso Continuo Cellist In the Italian Violincello Sonatas of the Late Baroque"
by Ms. Theresa Archer
"New Twists for Old Endings: Cadenza and Apotheosis in the Romantic Piano Concerto.,"
by Dr. Robert Gauldin / Eastman School of Music

Session 2: (10:00 am - 11:00 am)

"Prima Donnas and Archival Trails: The Quest for Madame Tomeoni's Jewish Husband"
by Dr. Carol Padgham Albrecht / University of Idaho
"The Forgotten Clementi: His 'Considerable Improvements' on Op.36"
by Dr. Arthur Houle / Albertson College

Session 3: (11:00 am - 12:30 pm)

"The Characteristics of Teacher Directed Modeling"
Dr. Fredna Grimland / Southern Oregon University
"Pacific Northwest Perspectives on Vocal Jazz Education"
Ms. Jessica M. Bissett / Central Washington University
"Stompin Through the Savoy": A Pedogogical Perspective on a Reinvented Jazz Classic"
Prof. Stephen Kravitz and Dr. Barry T. Bilderback / Linfield College

Session 4: (2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)

"Analyzing Dissonance with a Critical Bandwidth Extraction Algorithm"
Dr. Jonathan Middleton / Eastern Washington University
"Crystal-Gazing," (In Memory of Jim Edmonds) / Solo Piano, Dr. Margaret Brink / Pianist
Dr. Jonathan Middleton

Session 5: (3:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

"Music Theory Mastery: Online Practice and Assessment
Dr. Brad Hansen / Portland State University
"Classroom, Lab, and Technology: An Integrative Approach to Music Theory Instruction"
Prof. Michael Nord and Prof. Marva Duerkesen / Willamette University

Session 6: (4:00 -- 5:00)

"Some Personal Reflections on Past Methods of Teaching Theory and What They Can Tell Us About Current CMS Initiatives."
Dr. Robert Gauldin / Eastman School of Music

Panel Discussion: (5:30 pm)

Dr. Robert Gauldin / Eastman School of Music
Dr. John F. Paul / Marylhurst University
Dr. Brad Hansen / Portland State University

Pacific Southern

March 22, 2003
California State University, Fullerton

9:00—Junko Ueno Garrett: Piano Music in Japan, Before and After WWII

9:30—Will Stewart: Art Music and the Evangelical Church

10:00—Kathryn Pisaro: The Addition of Culture: Sociological Inflections in Indeterminate Music Analysis


10:45—Anita Hanawalt: Online Class Development for Music Appreciation and Music Fundamentals

11:15—David Ward-Steinman: Two Piano Works
Dublin Dawn
David Ward-Steinman and Patrice Madura, pianos

11:45-1:15—Lunch and Business meeting

1:15—PANEL: "What you can do with a Degree in Music: Career Options Outside of Music Teaching and Performance."
Dr. Ray Briggs, CSU San Bernardino
Sarah Hughes, Ripon College
Dr. Dave Kopplin, Cal Poly Pomona
Michael Millar, University of Colorado School of Music Entrepreneur Center
Elizabeth Sellers, CSU Northridge
Moderator: Dr. Kathleen Lamkin

2:30—Cathy Kassell Benedict: Communicating with the Student Teacher: Whose Job is it to Listen?

3:00—Mini Concert:

Bach Variations for Alto Saxophone and Pre-recorded Sound by Liviu Marinescu
sirens by Dr. Leon W. Couch III
Dr. Bonnie Miksch
Biller by Matt Elgart
Matt Elgart, Peter Yates, Buzz Gravelle, Walter Marsh, guitars
Distant Summers by Jon Murray
Deanna A. Murray, soprano

4:00—Jeff Benedict: The Teaching of Improvisation: an Oxymoron

4:30—Dr. Leon Couch III: Introducing Electronic Music in the Undergraduate Classroom: Efficient Teaching and Intriguing Results

Rocky Mountain


1:00-2:30 Session I: Teacher and Pupil

Understanding the Expressionistic Music of Arnold Schoenberg through Interdisciplinary Connections
Holly Roadfeldt-O’Riordan, Glendale Community College/Paradise Valley Community College
Arnold Schoenberg’s Opus 2 Songs and Wassily Kandinsky’s Definitions of Color
Emily Bullock, Belmont University
Aspects of Leon Kirchner’s Compositional Style Found in Piano Sonata (1948)
Edward Bedner, Berklee School of Music

2:45-4:15 Session II: Eastern European Composers of the Twentieth Century

The Life and Works of Grazyna Bacewicz
Lois Geertz, University of Wyoming
Ligeti’s Piano Etudes
Mayron K. Tsong, University of Lethbridge
Arvo Pärt and the Tintinnabuli Style
Kenneth Johnson, Taylor University - Fort Wayne

4:30-5:30 Session III: African Drum Circle Workshop
Bruce Anderson, Adams State College

7:30 Concert of Music by CMS Composers and Performers


8:00-9:00 Roundtable Discussion: College Music Programs at Risk: The State of the Arts

9:00-10:00 Session IV: Romantic Composers of the British Isles

A Little Night Music From An Irishman’s Viewpoint
Robert Glarner, Central Connecticut State University
The Piano Music of William Sterndale Bennett (1816-1875)
Christelle Menth, Colorado Christian University

10:15-11:15 Session V: Topics in Music Theory

The Evolution of Mozart’s Transitions
Paul Metz, Colorado State University
Bartok at the Crossroads: A Classical Sonatina from Five Rumanian Folk Dances
Sylvia Parker, University of Vermont

11:15-11:45 Session VI: Clinic: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sight-Singing Pedagogy Incorporating Jazz Improvisation
Peter Madsen, University of Nebraska at Omaha

11:45-1:45 Lunch and Keynote Address by Judith Zaimont

1:45-2:30 Session VII: Panel Discussion:
What You Can Do with a Degree in Music: Career Options Outside of Music Teaching and Performance
Panel Moderator: Judith Coe, University of Colorado at Denver

2:45-3:45 Session VIII: Topics in Music Literature

Some Thoughts on Performing the Fugues of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier on the Modern Piano
David Korevaar, University of Colorado at Boulder
A Unique Repertoire: The American Wind Symphony Orchestra
Warren Olfert, North Dakota State University

3:45-5:00 Session IX: Japanese Instrumental Music

Introspection and Expression through Shakuhachi—the Bamboo Flute of Japan
Aura Newlin, University of Wyoming
Japanese Taiko Drumming Workshop
Bruce Anderson, Adams State College

South Central

Friday, February 28, 2003

Session I
Moderator – Lon Chaffin, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

9:15 – 9:45 "Enhancing Musical Imagination Through Writing and Drawing"
Bernard Scherr, Hardin-Simmons University
9:45 – 10:15 "Singers as Authors: Teaching the Art of Writing Program Notes for Choral Music Educators"
Michele Henry and Laurel Zeiss, Baylor University


Session II
Markham Organ Studio
Moderator – Gary Mizener, University of Texas - Pan American

10:30 – 11:00 "Understanding Polyrhythms Through Their Divisions"
Maurice Nick Rissman, Lamar University
11:00 – 11:30 "The North German Toccata as Dramatic Speech"
Leon Couch III, Texas A&M University
11:30 – 12:00 a.m. "The Circle of Gian Francesco de Majo (1732-1770) and his una bellibima Musica"
Sheryl K. Murphy-Manley, Sam Houston State University


Session III

1:45 – 2:45 Concert of CMS Performers

Performers: David Asbury, guitar (Southwestern University); Sarah Gill, flute, and Jason Kwak, piano (Texas A&M University - Kingsville); Starla Hibler, piano (East Central University); Deborah Williamson, soprano, and Andrew Hudson, piano (Baylor University, McLennan Community College); Kenneth Saxon, piano (University of Texas - Pan American); Helen Ann Shanley, flute, Kathryn Steely, viola, and Delaine Fedson, harp (Baylor University, The University of Texas at Austin)

With compositions by Isaac Albéniz (Selections from Suite Española), Henri Dutilleux (Sonatine pour flute et piano), Daniel McCarthy (Time Out of Mind), Roger Quilter (Selections from The Arnold Book of Old Songs), Sergei Rachmaninoff (Two Preludes from Op. 32), Arnold Bax: Elegiac Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp


Session IV
Moderator – Larry McCord, McLennan Community College

3:00 – 3:30 "Relationships Between Listening Behaviors of Music Appreciation Students and Previous Concert Attendance and Musical Experience"
Charlotte Mizener, University of Texas-Pan American
3:30 – 4:00 "Online Music Appreciation: Views of a New Course"
Richard Davis, University of Texas-Pan American
4:00 – 4:30 "The Drum Set as a Solo Multiple Percussion Performance Medium"
Daniel Adams, Texas Southern University
4:30 – 5:00 "Louis Armstrong's Innovations: Let Us Count the Ways"
Michael Meckna, Texas Christian University


7:30 Evening Concert, Jones Concert Hall

Performers: University of Central Oklahoma Orchestra

With compositions by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Capriccio Italien), Claude Debussy (Nocturne), Stephen Yip, CMS (Kaph for Chamber Orchestra), Sam Magrill, CMS (Three Americans), David Heuser, CMS (Cauldron)

Saturday, March 1, 2003

Session I
Moderator – Terry Lynn Hudson, Baylor University

9:00 – 10:00 Mentoring Workshop
"Academic Passages: From Candidacy to Tenure"
Nancy Barry, University of Oklahoma, Deborah Schwartz-Kates, University of Texas-San Antonio
10:00 – 10:45 Panel Discussion

"What You Can Do with a Degree in Music: Career Options Outside of Music Teaching and Performance"
Chair – Paula Conlon, University of Oklahoma
Michael Meckna, Texas Christian University, Rob Gibson, Holze Music Company


Session II
Moderator – Ken Metz, University of the Incarnate Word

11:00 – 12:00 Guest Speaker
Peter Webster, John W. Beattie Professor of Music Education and Technology, Northwestern University


12:00 – 2:00 LUNCH / BUSINESS MEETING, Harrington House
Proceedings led by Sam Magrill, President


Session III
Moderator – Frank Heidlberger, University of North Texas

2:00 – 2:30 "Core Music Theory and Group Piano in Intra-Disciplinary Music Studies: Refining an Integrated Curriculum"
Nico Schüler and Sunnie Oh, Southwest Texas State University
2:30 – 3:00 "The Unfinished Chopin"
Arthur Houle, Albertson College
3:00 – 3:30 "Spozalizio – Liszt's First Vestige of Tribute to his Italian Sojourns"
Michael Esch, DMA student, Rice University
3:30 – 4:00 "Arnold Schoenberg, Two Songs, Opus 1: Spanning the Impassable Gulf Between Conservative and Progressive"
Stafford Turner, Hardin-Simmons University


Session IV

4:15 – 5:15 Concert of CMS Composers, Jones Concert Hall

Performers: Kathryn Steely (viola); Baylor University String Quartet; Eastern New Mexico University Trio Encantada; Michael Jacobson, saxophone, and Arthur Houle, piano; Misook Kim and Eun-joo Oh, piano; Baylor University Wind Quintet; Baylor University Jazz Ensemble

With compositions by Lynn Job (Armiger's Gate), Stephen Yip (T'ang), Mark Dal Porto (At Midnight), Arthur Houle (Interplay), Misook Kim (Seven Little Pieces for Two Pianos), Scott McAllister (With Growing Wind and Tide), Greg Duncan (This Time, This Place)


Thursday, February 27, 2003


Alfred Schnittke’s Suite in the Old Style and its Pedagogical Value
Leonid Yanovskiy, University of West Florida
Doing the Ankhrasmation: Ishmael Leo Wadada Smith’s Symbolic Language of Creative Music
Kari Henrik Juusela, Stetson University
Benjamin Britten’s Sechs Hšlderlin-Fragmente: A Lecture-Recital
Ron Brendel, Georgia State University with Kristine Mueller

The Cultural and Historical Significance of Three Chinese Musical Notations
Chenny Gan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Debussy’s Pagodes: A Fusion of Western and Eastern Musical Traditions
Amy E. Zigler , Belmont University
The Folk Music of African Americans: The Vocal Folk Music of African Americans in the United States
J. Robert Adams

3:30-4:30: LATIN AMERICA

La Gibarita: A Forgotten Landmark of Puerto Rican Music
Donald Thompson
Joaquin Turina’s Sonate Espagnole (1908): A Lecture Recital
Michelle Tabor with Camilo Acosta, Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, Caracas, Venezuela

3:30-5:00: PEDAGOGY I

(Re)covering Medieval Instrumental Music: A Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Approach
Sara Trotman Womack, University of Georgia with David Schiller, Erica Bass and Marlon Patton
The Use of Supertitles in a Vocal Recital
Bonnie Pomfret, Emory University
A Practical Method for Developing Aural Perception of Music Literature
Ann Hawkins, University of South Florida with David Rogers

Compositions/Performances by William Ortiz, Lawrence Sherr, Stella Sung, Kenneth Jacobs, Keith Koons, Charles Haarhues, Dennis Kam

Friday, February 28, 2003

9:00-10:30: STUDENT PAPERS

German Oratorio in the Nineteenth Century: A Comparative Study of the Works of Felix Mendelssohn and Franz Liszt
Sarah C. Hatchett, University of Florida
A Historical Survey of Marching Band Competitions
Travis Greene, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Trobairitz: Words and Songs of the Women Troubadours
Chenny Gan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Lecture/Performance Demonstrating Methodology and Performance of Animated, Interactive Scores from the Web
David Lieberman
A Review of Software K-12 and University Level
Sanford Hinderlie, Loyola University
The Art and Times of the Guitar in the 20th Century
John DeChiaro, University of Southern Mississippi


The Status of Jazz Studies in the Music Education Curriculum
David Royse, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Beyond the Jury: Assessing the College Applied Student
Kenneth Broadway, University of Florida
Outcome-Based Assessment in Applied Music: Assessing the Seemingly Non-Assessable
Jean Martin-Williams, University of Georgia

What you can do with a Degree in Music: Career Options Outside of Music Teaching and Performance

2:15-3:45: ANALYSIS

Proportional Duration Ratios in Bach’s Music
Cory Hall, St. Petersburg College
Unity in Diversity: Understanding Liszt’s Late Experimental Style
Stefanie C. Dickinson, University of Georgia
Two Versions of the Etude, Op. 8, No. 12 by Alexander Scriabin: A Comparison of How the Composer Used the Same Musical Materials in Two Different Ways
Terry McRoberts, Union University

2:15-3:30: PERFORMANCE

Multiple Perspectives: From Analysis to Performance
Robert Clifford, University of South Florida with Anne Hawkins and Kim McCormack
Mahler’s Version of Bach’s Orchestral Suites: A Guide for Conductors and Performers
Bryce Seliger, Florida Atlantic University
Neo-Conservatism in Trio Works for Soprano, Clarinet and Piano
Gerald Farmer, with Marlene Fairleigh and James Fairleigh


How to Teach Well, and to be Tolerated Even by the Most Vile and Putrid of Your Colleagues
Thomas Sovik, University of North Texas

Compositions/Performances by J. H. K. Nketia, Stephanie Wilson, Roger Vogel, Guy Vollen, William Schirmer, Carol Lines, J. B. Ashton, Orlando Garcia

Saturday, March 1, 2003

8:30-9:30: BUSINESS MEETING, Room 123

9:30-11:00: MUSICOLOGY

Kathleen Parlow: Lady of the Golden Bow
Linda M. Black, University of Florida
Mozart’s Women: Anna Maria, Nannerl and Constanze
Sandra Stewart, University of North Florida
Rossini: Sins of Youth, Sins of Old Age
David Z. Kushner, University of Florida

Compositions/Performances by Richard Montalto, Tayloe Harding, Michael Timpson, Ross Feller, Jack Wilkins, Joe Alexander, Kari Juusela, Chuck Owen