Great Lakes

Friday, April 1

8:00 p.m. - CMS Composers' Concert

Mare Tranquillitatis for Steelpan, Crotales, Digital Delay, and Pitch Shifter By Mark Berry (Western Kentucky University)

Tabla rasa for Flute, Cello, Piano, and Computer
By Ivica Ico Bukvic (University of Cincinnati, C CM)

Autumn Heart for Soprano, Vibraphone, and Cello
Reminiscence for Vocal Quartet and Piano
By Chin Chin Chen (Grand Valley State University)

Wild Peace for Medium voice, Cello and Piano
By Deborah Netanel (Wright State University)

Brief Interval

Sonata for Trombone and Piano
By Thomas Zugger (Capital University)

Todayesterday for Clarinet and Trombone
By Thomas Zugger (Capital University)

Concerto for Mallet Percussion and Brass Quintet
By Randall E. Faust (Western Illinois University)

Saturday, April 2

8:15 a.m. - Session 1A: "In the Classroom and Beyond"

The Hymn Book: An Untapped Classroom Resource
Robert Hall (Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario)

Making an Analysis Paper Informative and Engaging: Techniques of Teaching Technical Writing
Claire Boge (Miami University)

Dr. Gen. Ed., Or How I Learned to Love Music in General Studies
James E. Perone (Mount Union College)

8:15 a.m. - Session 1B: "From the Studio of . . ."

Klezmer for Clarinet: The Use of Folk Music in the Applied Studio
Ann Hicks (Ball State University)

Teaching Chopin's Etudes for Piano: Focus on Technique for College Piano Majors
Ani Gogova (Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University)

Learning Modalities and Teaching Strategies: Teaching Advanced Solo Repertoire to University Music Students in the Studio Class
Nicole L. Molumby (Otterbein College)

9:55 a.m. - Session 2A: "Youth and Music"

Opera Outreach Project
Drs. Frederick B. Burrack, Carla Jo Maltas, & Craig Priebe (Ball State University)

Beginnings: A Multi Volume Set of Pedagogical Pieces (In Progress) Employing Cultural and Folk Elements, Visual Illustrations, and Extra Musical Connections as a Means of Introducing Piano Technique and New Music to Children
Robert Rollin (Youngstown State University)

9:55 a.m. - Session 2B: "The Boys from Liverpool: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah"

Pop Pedagogy in the Twenty First Century: Teaching the Music of the Beatles to Millennials
Vincent Benitez & Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

Using Songs of the Beatles to Illustrate Concepts of Chromatic Harmony in the Music Theory Classroom
Matthew C. Schildt (Kent State University)

11:00 a.m. - KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Do You Hear What They Hear?
Professor Henry Panion, III (University of Alabama, Birmingham)
Dr. Panion will discuss his use of music technology as an arranger and conductor for superstars such as Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin and how the incorporation of current trends in popular music throughout the curriculum can be used to enhance traditional course offering and provide a greater sense of relevance for today¹s music students.

1:30 p.m. - Session 3A: "String Music and More"

String Quartet #2, "Arava"
By Deborah Netanel (Wright State University)

Sonata on Zuni Ceremonials and Dances for Solo Violin
By Robert Rollin (Youngstown State University)

Approaching Northern Darkness for Piano and Viola
By Kenneth A. Jacobs (University of Tennessee)

Drei Leider für Stimme, Bb Klarinette, und Klavier
By Douglas Harbin (Ball State University)

CMS Common Topic: "Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning."

1:30 p.m. - Session 3B: "Expanding Experiences"

Why Not Griffes?
Lise Keiter Brotzman (Mary Baldwin College)

Grab It!: "Hybrid" Music and Expanding the Contemporary "Classical" Experience
Mike Anklewicz (Toronto, Ontario)

Yellow River Piano Concerto: Politics and Pianos in China During the Cultural Revolution
Jackson Leung (Wright State University)

3:25 p.m. - Plenary Session 4: "Ensemble" Reconsidered

"Pidgen": A Piece for Turkish Electric Saz and Frame Drum
Andy Baxter (Valdosta State University)
The Conceptualization of a Faculty Student Performing Ensemble
Jackson Leung (Wright State University)
The Roles of the Collegiate Steelband: Multi cultural educator, Musical Ambassador, Stylistic Tutor, and Rhythmic Trainer--Integrating It All!
Mark Berry (Western Kentucky University)

Great Plains

Saturday, March 12

9:00 - SESSION 1. Music Theory: Form, Structure and Meaning
Chair: Maxine Fawcett-Yeske, Nebraska Wesleyan University, CMS Great

Plains Chapter Secretary
9:00 "Traditional Forms in a Modern Work: Janácek's String Quartet No.2"
Susan L. Kim, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
9:30 "He Could've Been a Contender: Motivic Integration in Leonard Bernstein's Score for On the Waterfront"
Anthony Bushard, University of Kansas*
10:00 "Meaning(s) and Structure in Per Bloland's Wondrous Delight of Profound Ineptitude: A case study in meaning and electroacoustic music"
J.C. Batzner, University of Missouri - Kansas City*

11:00 SESSION 2. Jazz Developments in the Twentieth Century
Chair: Robert Mitchell, Southeast Community College, Beatrice, NE

11:00 "The Third Stream Composition of Gunther Schuller"
Craig Parker, Kansas State University
11:30 ""Post-Swing Mainstream: An Alternative Model for the Jazz Narrative 1944-1959"
Robert L. Hughes, St. Louis University

Chair: Darleen Mitchell, University of Nebraska at Kearney - CMS Great Plains Chapter President

"Entrepreneuring 'Aesthetic Thrills': Leveraging the American's Love for Music"
Tayloe Harding, Valdosta State University, CMS National President

Cathedral Brass Quintet, Daniel Schmidt, Director, Hasting College, Nebraska Works by CMS members Jason Bahr, Ian Coleman, William Funk, James Geiger, and Darleen Mitchell

2:30 - SESSION 4: Insights into Vocal Music - Opera and Song
Chair: William Everett, University of Missouri - Kansas City, CMS Great Plains Chapter Past President

2:30 "Metastasio's La Clemenza Di Tito as Veiled Political Propaganda"
D. Adam Kirkpatrick, University of Nebraska at Kearney
3:00 "Jasmine Flower in Three Different Lights"
Gloria Tham, Wichita State University
3:30 "Rossini's Songs"
Pamela Shannon, Northwest Missouri State University

Compositions by Kenton Bales, Tayloe Harding, Barry Ford, Jay Batzner, Nathan Woodward and Ralph Russell

Sunday, March 13

Facilitator: Ian Coleman, William Jewell College
Participants: Ting-lan Chen, University of Nebraska at Kearney; Ralph Russell, Grinnell College (Grinnell, IA); Andy Houchin, Emporia State University (Emporia, KS)
Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Students and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning.

10:00 SESSION 6. Twentieth-Century French Composers
Chair: J.C. Batzner, University of Missouri-Kansas City

10:00 "Ravel on Record: Interpretative Paradox and the Composer's Creed in Historical Vocal Recordings"
Jessie Fillerup, University of Kansas*
10:30 "L'usage raisonnable des invraisemblances - Looking for Surrealism in Poulenc's Les Mamselles de Tirésias"
Francesco dalla Vecchia, University of Iowa*

11:15 - SESSION 7. Building Bridges
Chair: Ian Coleman, William Jewell College

11:15 "From My Grandmother's Piano Bench"
Peggy Holloway, Dana College, Blair, NE. CMS Great Plains Chapter Secretary
11:45 "Comparing Notes: Bridging the Gap between Print and Braille Music Notation in the Classroom"
Shersten Johnson, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN



Friday, March 18

1:30 - 3:00 Session 1 Papers: Issues in Music Theory Pedagogy
Moderator: Tom Erdmann, Music Education Chair

"Contemplating the Neapolitan: Undergraduates and the Theoretical Tradition"
J. W. Turner UNC, Greensboro/Guilford College
"Not so Large a Leap: Introducing Students to the Pitch Organization of Charlie Parker as an Extension of Chopin and Modal Theory"
Mark Feezell, Claflin University
"New Paradigms for Multiple Dimensions of Learning in Music: Applying Finks' theories of learning to the music curriculum"
Bruce Kelley, Shepherd University

3:30 - 5:30 Session 2 Papers: Issues in Artistic Practice and Compositional Problem Solving
Moderator: Reeves Shustad, Musicology Chair

"Musical Propositions and Their Formative Relations: Deductive Logic as Generative of Musical Form and Content in Bach's Inventions"
Jack Crotty, West Virginia University
"Cumulative Quotation Technique and the Influence of Charles Ives in Frederic Rzewski's North American Ballads for Solo Piano"
Vanessa Cornett-Murtada, North Carolina A&T University
"Time, Culture, King Lear, and Nohkan Music: An Interdisciplinary Demonstration Utilizing Kurosawa's Film Ran."
Tomoko Deguchi, Winthrop University
"Non Linear Temporal Constructs and the Loss of `Self' in Edgard Varese's Octandre, Jackson Pollock's Lavender Mist, and Rober Penn Warren's Being Here
Bruce Mahin, Radford University

8:30 Composers' Concert

Approaching Northern Darkness by Kenneth Jacobs
Sheila Browne, viola
David Brunell, piano

Two Songs by David Taddie
Cynthia Conner Bess, soprano
Catherine Crotty, piano

Test Pieces for Piano, Numbers 1 through 7 by Ronald Parks
Tomoko Deguchi, piano
Athens Sonata by Pete Zambito
I. Freely-Moderato
II. Andante
III. Allegro
  Andrew Necessary, trombone
  Pete Zambito, marimba


Sonata for Piano by Sean Moore
Sean Moore, piano

Three Remembrances by Marshall Onofrio
Branita Holbrook, soprano
KaCee Booth, horn
Michelle Hontz, piano

Polka Diabolique by Jon Grier
John Ravnon, viola
Jack Cohan, piano

Saturday, March 19

8:30 - 9:30 Session 3 Lecture Recitals
Moderator: Linda Apple Monson, Performance Chair

"The Early Piano Music of John Powell"
Nicholas Ross, Sweet Briar College

"Scriabin Piano Sonata No. 5: Demystifying the Mystical"
Gerald Lee, West Liberty State College

10:00 - 11:30 Plenary Session "Musical Inclusiveness: the Catawba College Initiative"
Moderator: Ruskin Cooper, President

"Creating a Musicially Inclusive Curriculum that Embraces Contemporary Popular Music"
David Lee Fish, Catawba College

"Rethinking Traditional Piano Teaching Practices"
Julie Chamberlain, Catawba College

"Musical Inclusiveness in the Early Music History Survey"
Renee McCachrea, Catawba College
11:45 - 1:00 Keynote Speaker Harry Pickens
Radical Relevance Arid All that Jazz! How to Reach EVERY Student with the Beauty, Magic and Power of Music.

1:00 Lunch and Business Meeting


Friday, March 11, 2005

10:30 a.m. - Ethnomusicology
"Facts, Fieldwork, and Function: What Happens When Music Education Students Encounter World Cultures"
Sarah Meredith (Buffalo State College)
"Here, There, and Everywhere: The Impact of Popular Music from the United States on the Youth in the People's Republic of China"
Dennis Cole (Kent State University)
"Betty Jackson King Revisited: African-American Composer of Note (1927-1994)"
Beverly Vaughn (The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey)

1:30 p.m. - CMS Composers' Concert #1
Jason Schwartz - Shadows of an Unknown Haiku for chorus a capella
Delvyn Case - Gemini Variations for two saxophones
Eric Sawyer - Vocalise for voice and electronic playback
Kirk O'Riordan - Three Pieces for piano

2:45 p.m.- Film Music
"See Lola Run"
Ronald A. Hemmel (Westminster Choir College of Rider University)
"Film Music as a Component of the Traditional Music History Curriculum"
Franco Sciannameo (Carnegie Mellon University)


4:00 p.m. - Lecture Recitals
"'Jewishness' in the Clarinet Repertory"
Sandra Mosteller (Wayland Baptist University) and M. Rahima Hohlstein (The College of St. Rose)
"Aspects of Toru Takemitsu's Compositional Style Found in Rain Tree Sketch and Rain Tree Sketch II"
Edward C. Bedner (Berklee College of Music)

5:30 p.m. - Executive Board Meeting

7:30 p.m. - Concert ~ Firebird Ensemble

Saturday, March 12, 2005

9:00 a.m. - Pedagogy
"What We Learned Through the Spring Musical"
Scott Brickman (University of Maine)
"Popular Music and the Gestural Aural Skills Pedagogy"
Kirk O'Riordan (Susquehanna University)
"Progression Vectors: A New Pedagogical Method for the Analysis of Chord Progressions"
Paul A. Siskind (SUNY Potsdam)
10:45 a.m. - Lecture Recitals
"Selected Songs of Argentine Composer Carlos Guastavino (1912 - 2000)"
Shellie Gregorich (Mansfield University) and Douglas M. Crowder (Mansfield University)
"Rzewski's Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues"
Holly Roadfeldt-O'Riordan (Susquehanna University)

12:05 p.m. - Luncheon, Business Meeting

1:30 p.m. - Curricular Paradigms and Critical Thinking
"Categorization as a Problem in Jazz History Pedagogy"
Sonya R. Lawson (Westfield State College)
"Outsourcing Foundations"
Patrick Jones (The University of the Arts)
2:45 p.m. - Panel ~ Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning
Panelists: Roger Johnson, Ramapo College of New Jersey School of Contemporary Arts Patrick Jones, University of the Arts George Torres, Lafayette College.

4:15 p.m - Performance/Workshop ~ Salil Sachdev, African Drumming

7:30 p.m. - CMS Composers' Concert # 2
Ian Geller - Songs of Death for baritone and piano
Jan Krzywicki - Partita for oboe and piano
Kenneth A. Jacobs - Drifter's Heart for viola and synthesized sound
Brian Kershner - Alliterations for bassoon and marimba
Cynthia Folio - Two Songs on Poems by Stephen Dunn for soprano, flute and viola

Pacific Central

Friday, March 18

2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Session chair: John Cuciurean (Arizona State University)

Session 1: Stravinsky's Rotational Arrays
"Symmetrical Properties of Rotational Arrays in Stravinsky's Late Music"
Paul Lombardi (University of New Mexico)

Session 2: Neo-Riemannian/Transformational Topics
"Parsimonious Cycles, the Hyper-Octatonic System, and Group-Theoretic Potentials of the Octatonic Scale"
Luke Ma (University of California at Santa Barbara)
"Common-Tone Progressions and their Tonnetz Representations in Orlando di Lasso's Prologue to Prophetiae Sibyllarum"
Mariusz Kozak (University of New Mexico)

"Triadic Transformation and Parsimonious Voice Leading in the Music of Gavin Bryars"
John Roeder and Scott Cook (University of British Columbia)

5:00 p.m. - West Coast Conference and Rocky Mountain Society Business Meetings

Saturday, March 19

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Session chair: Steve Larson (University of Oregon)

Session 3: Messiaen's Birdsongs
"Messiaen's Birdsong Music: Birdsong Analysis and its Musical Setting"
Martin Lee (State University of New York at Buffalo)

Session 4: Tonal and Registral Space
"Perception of Harmonic Attraction in Diatonic Seventh Chords"
Greg Bulls (Texas Tech University)
"A New Model for Voice Leading in Pitch Space"
Sean Carson (New York University)

"Registral Zones, Spatial Structure, and Viscous Musical Space"
Terrence Paynter (Pennsylvania State University)

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Session chair: Jack Boss (University of Oregon)

Session 5: Sonata Form in Shostakovich
"Centricity and the Sonata Principle in the First Movement of Shostakovich's Second String Quartet"
David Castro (University of Oregon)

Session 6: Vocal Music of the Second Viennese School
"'What Profound and Moving Little Motives': A Comparison of Text-Painting and Motivic Structure in Songs by Wolf and Schoenberg"
Jennifer Russell (University of Oregon)
"The Musical Language of Obsession: Arnold Schoenberg's 'Traumleben,' Op. 6, no. 1"
Gordon Root (University of California at Santa Barbara)

"Harmonic Stability in Webern's First Cantata, Op. 29"
Darin Hoskisson (University of Oregon)

8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Session of the CMS Pacific Central Chapter

"Convergent Voices: Berio, Lutoslawski, and Perception
Aaron Einbond (University of California at Berkeley)

"Updates to Csound"
Jim Hearon (University of San Francisco, Dolby Laboratories)

"Feminist Musical Aesthetic in the Choral Music of Karin Rehnqvist"
Rebecca Seeman (University of San Francisco)

"Urban Music Education: A Curricular Challenge"
Luis Mojica (Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico)

"Machaut or Metallica? Teaching Modal Theory to a Post-Rock'n'Roll Generation"
Dan Pinkston (Simpson University)

"Chopin's 'Prelude' Op. 28, No. 14: A Case of Monophonic Counterpoint in Romantic Music"
Ilias Chrissochoidis (Stanford University)

"Hearing Music Differently: A Shona Perspective"
Erica Azim (MBIRA Organization)

12:00 p.m. - CMS Pacific Central Chapter Business Meeting

1:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Roundtable Discussion on music copyright law
Fredric Lieberman (University of California at Santa Cruz)

Paper and Panel Discussion on non-traditional repertoire in the music theory curriculum, sponsored jointly by CMS, RMSMT and WCCMTA

"Variations on Variations"
J. Daniel Jenkins (Eastman School of Music)
Panel Discussion

RMSMT/WCCMTA Keynote Address: "Continuity and Discontinuity in Stravinsky"
Pieter van den Toorn (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Tremble for Flute and Piano (2003)
Hubert Ho, composer and pianist (University of California at Berkeley) Amelia Archer, flute

The Rehearsal, a Chamber Opera in One Act (2004)
David Evan Jones, libretto and music (University of California at Santa Cruz)
Aleksey Bogdanov, baritone
Chad Kranak, tenor
Sheila Willey, mezzo
Vlada Volkova-Moran, piano
Lucik Aprahamian, conductor
Brian Staufenbiel, director

Sunday, March 20

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Session chair: Keith Waters (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Session 7: Rhythm
"Pacing Transformations and Metrical Change in Brahms's Violin Sonatas"
Austin Patty (Eastman School of Music)

"Metrical Dissonance in Paderewski's Recordings of Chopin's Mazurkas"
Alan Dodson (University of Alberta)
Session 8: Jazz and Blues
"In its Own Sweet Way, a Well-Known Jazz Standard Reveals Structural Secrets"
Keith Salley (University of Oregon)

"Every Note Counts: Motivic Development, Hidden Repetition, and Turnarounds in Nat King Cole's 'Blues in My Shower'"
Caitlin Snyder (University of Oregon)

Pacific Southern

MARCH 25, 2005 Beam Music Center
University of Nevada-Las Vegas

CMS Composers Concert: 7:00 pm

Featuring works by CMS composers

Kirk O'Riordan - Three Pieces for Solo Piano
Rodney Oakes - Bone of Contention
Mark Dal Porto - Selections from Song of the Night
Greg Steinke - Memories of Chief Joseph

MARCH 26, 2005
Beam Music Center
University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Staying in Touch with the Circle: A Methodology and Philosophy for Teaching and Reviewing Fundamental Tonal Theory
John Gerhold, DMA

Mother Earth - A Native American View - A Musical Work in Progress (Lecture-Recital)
Greg A Steinke, Ph.D.

Immaterial: Physical Concerns in a Musical Context
Jason Thomas
The Reverse Evolution of Musical Expression Through Notation
Dr. William Belan; California State University, Los Angeles

"Mundus Canis: Five Humoresques for Guitar and Percussion" by composer George Crumb (Lecture-Recital)
John Kennedy, percussion/double bass/electronics, Satik Andriassian, guitar


Popular Music and the Gestural Aural Skills Pedagogy
Dr. Kirk O'Riordan

The Value of Traditional Music: Standing by Time-Honored Repertoire with an Ever-Changing Modern Student
Greg Gentry, DMA

COMMON PANEL TOPIC: "Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning."
Panelists to include Gerald Seminatore and William Belan

Comparing Notes: Bridging the Gap between Print and Braille Music Notation in the Classroom
Shersten Johnson, Ph.D.
Frederic Rzewski's Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues: An Introduction to Musical Activism
Dr. Holly Roadfeldt-O'Riordan

Lecture-Recital: Manuel de Falla's Piezas Espanolas
Dr. Minasian

Rocky Mountain


11:00-12:00 Session I: Topics in American Music

Session Chair: TBA

Irene Britton Smith: A Portrait in African-American Music
Gregory Walker, University of Colorado at Denver

12:30-1:30 (Session I: Continued)

The “Indianist” Piano Music of Arthur Farwell
Justin Badgerow, University of Colorado at Boulder

Three Women and the Search for an American Musical Identity in Early 20th-Century Nebraska
Peggy Holloway, Dana College ( Blair, Nebraska)

1:45-2:45 Session II: Workshop: North Indian Classical Music as Taught in the West: The Reshaping of Tradition?

Chad Hamill, University of Colorado at Boulder/Naropa University

3:00- 4:00 Session III: Topics in Music Education

Diversity in the Undergraduate Music Teacher Education Curriculum
Matthew Okun, University of New Mexico

A Preliminary Comparison of Music Education in American and German Higher Education
Larry Worster, Metropolitan State College of Denver

4:14-5:00 Session IV: Folk Influences in Contemporary Piano Music

Polish Dances Op. 20 by Feliks Nowowiejski (1877-1946)
Magdalena Adamek, University of Alberta ( Canada)

Six Etudes on Greek Folk Rhythms by Yannis Constantinidis: How the Ancient Greek Poetic Meter Find an Application in the Contemporary Pianist’s Quest for Cross-Hand Balance
Athina Fytika, Florida State University


7:30-8:00 Registration

8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast and Roundtable Discussion:

CMS Common Topic: Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning

9:00-10:30 Session V: Topics in Classical and Romantic Music

Mozart nach Paradis: Fact, Fiction, and Speculation
Hidemi Matsushita, Arapahoe Community College

Teaching Sonata Form
Sylvia Parker, University of Vermont

Aspects of Franz Schubert’s Last Compositional Style Found in Sonata in A Major, D. 959
Edward C. Bedner, Berklee College of Music

11:15-12:00 Session VI: 20th Anniversary Presidents Reminiscence Roundtable

Session Chair: Stephanie Berg-Oram, Rocky Mountain Chapter President

12:00-1:15 Lunch, Annual Business Meeting and Keynote Address : Entrepreneuring “Aesthetic Thrills”: Leveraging the American's Love for Music

Tayloe Harding, President, College Music Society

1:15-2:45 Session VII: Issues in Contemporary Music

Post-Common Practice Period Undergraduate Music Theory in the 21st Century
Paul Metz , Colorado State University

Self-Conscious Periods in Progressive Rock and the Problem of Authenticity
John J. Sheinbaum, University of Denver

“You don’t think I count this, do you?”: David Tudor’s Seminars at Darmstadt
Eric Smigel , Utah State University

3:00-3:45 Concert of CMS Composers and Performers

David King, Moderator

4:00-5:30 Session VIII: Music of Colorado Composers

The Solo Songs of Colorado Composer Robert Edward Kreutz
Juliana Bishop Hoch, Colorado State University

Extemporaneous Audience-Inclusive Composition and Performance
David Wohl , Colorado State University

Six Songs for Soprano and Tuba by Roger Vaughn
Cynthia Vaughn , Colorado State University

South Central

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Marvin Lamb, OU College of Fine Arts Dean; Kenneth Fuchs, OU School of Music Director; Nancy Barry and Paula Conlon, Conference Co-Chairs

9:25 – Musicology I – Sharp Hall, CMC

9:25 “Formal Repeats, Tonal Expectation, and ‘Tonal Pun’ in Bach’s Suites for Unaccompanied Cello,” paper, Michael Baker, Indiana University

9:50 “Concert Music?: Shostakovich’s Score for King Lear,” paper, Erik Heine, University of Texas at Austin

10:15 “Goethe’s Faust and Berlioz’s The Damnation of Faust: A Comparison of the Religious Dimension,” paper, Celine Cheret, University of Oklahoma

11:00 – Musicology II – Sharp Hall, CMC

11:00 “An Introduction to Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto,” lecture-recital, Jesse W. Heetland, University of Oklahoma

11:25 “An Early Crusader for Music as Culture: W. H. Riehl,” paper, Sanna Pederson, University of Oklahoma

1:30 – Music Education / Research I – Pitman Hall, CMC

1:30 “The Tale of Two Oklahoma Festivals: Arts Festival Oklahoma and OK Mozart International Festival,” paper, Manuel Prestamo, OK Mozart Festival

1:55 “The Relationship of Goal and Reward Structure and the Meaning Non-Select Choir Members Attach to Their Choral Experience,” paper, Susan Bruenger, University of Texas-San Antonio

2:20 “The Rural Music Teacher: A Study of Socialization Factors and Career Satisfaction,” paper, Carla Jo Maltas, Ball State University

2:45 “Shared Mission, Individual Success: The Economics of Collegiality,” paper, David Bruenger, University of Texas-San Antonio

3:30 – Theory – Pitman Hall, CMC

3:30 “The Evolution of Harmonic Analysis,” paper, Paul Tompkins, University of Oklahoma

3:55 “Colour My Chord: Harmonic Transformations in Early Songs of Chicago,” paper, Ken Stephenson, University of Oklahoma

4:20 “D. A. Kolb’s Theory of Experiential Learning: Implications for the Development of Music Theory Instructional Material,” paper, Michael Lively, University of North Texas

4:45 “A Study on the 19th Century Revival of Palestrina and its Effects on the Ideals and Compositional Practices of German Romanticism,” paper, Gary Seighman, University of Oklahoma



Friday, March 11, 2005

9:00 – Applied Studio I – Sharp Hall, CMC

9:00 “Philosophies of Teaching Adult Group Piano Revisited,” paper, Sunnie Oh, First Protestant Church (New Braunfels, Texas) & Oh Piano Studio

9:25 “Selected Chamber Music for Saxophone, Winds and Percussion,” paper, Cheryl Fryer, Professional Performer

9:50 “Conducting for the Pianist,” paper, Cina Crisara, Texas State University - San Marcos

10:15 “‘Sound Judgment’ in the Applied Music Studio,” paper, Christopher K. Thompson, Williams Baptist College

11:00 – World Music I – Sharp Hall, CMC

11:00 “Kiowa Gourd Clan: Cultural Revival through Song and Dance,” paper, Courtney Crappell, University of Oklahoma

11:30 “Identity and Homeland: Nostalgia and Argentinean Classical Music,” paper, Rachel McCarthy, University of Oklahoma

11:55 “Rough Guide to Conjunto in the Valley of Texas,” paper, Richard Davis, University of Texas - Pan American

12:20-2:00  – CMS South Central Luncheon and Business Meeting

Associates Room, Oklahoma Memorial Union, 900 Asp, 3rd floor (on campus)

Speaker: Tayloe Harding, National CMS President - “Entrepreneuring “Aesthetic Thrills”: Leveraging the American’s Love for Music”

2:00 – Popular Music & Jazz – Pitman Hall, CMC

2:00 “Here, There & Everywhere: The impact of Western popular music on the youth in the People’s Republic of China,” paper, Dennis Cole, Kent State University

2:25 “Melodic and Rhythmic Patterns in Jazz Improvisation: Toward a New Analytical Approach,” paper, Ryan Davis, Texas State University

2:50 “A Survey of Pedagogical Practices in Vocal Jazz Improvisation,” paper, Cherilee Wadsworth Walker, Illinois Central College

3:30 – Film Music – Pitman Hall, CMC

3:30 “Ravel and Mahler? Don’t Forget Fats Waller: Louis Armstrong in the Movies, 1931-1969,” paper, Michael Meckna, Texas Christian Univeristy

3:55 “The Sound of Laughter: The Role of the Soundtrack in the Parodies of Mel Brooks,” paper, Rebecca M. Doran, University of Texas at Austin

4:20 “The Use of Music as Emotion in Film,” paper, Cheryl Bates, Tomball College

4:45 “Praying to Get Out of Here: A Tripartite Reading of Sound and Silence in The Exorcist,” paper, Rachel Mitchell, University of Texas at Austin



Saturday, March 12, 2005

9:00 – Music Education / Research II – Pitman Hall, CMC

9:00 “Perception of the Elementary Music Classroom Experience among Non-Major University Students,” paper, Ray Wheeler & Joseph Sullivan, University of North Texas

9:25 “Exploring the Interaction Between Melodic Complexity and Memory During an Error Detection Task,” paper, Stacey Davis, Institute for Music Research, University of Texas-San Antonio

9:50 “The Poster Session in the University Classroom,” paper, J. Drew Stephen, University of Texas-San Antonio

10:15 “Philosophy of Music Education,” paper, Tina Raymond

11:00 – World Music II – Pitman Hall, CMC

11:00 “Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning,” panel, David H. Evans, Henderson State University; Stuart Hinds, Professional Performer; Larry McCord, Jarvis Christian College; Steven Paxton, College of Santa Fe; Nico Schüler, Texas State University; Zoe Sherinian, University of Oklahoma, panel chair

2:00 – Applied Studio II – Pitman Hall, CMC

2:00 “Superflute: Modern Works for Multiple Flutes / One Performer,” lecture-recital, Leonard Garrison, University of Tulsa

2:25 “The Art of the Piano Transcription,” lecture-recital, Robert McFadden, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

2:50 “Who’s Charley? A Lecture Recital of 20th and 21st Century Music for Trumpet,” lecture-recita, Priscilla Ochran Holt, John Holt (trumpet), and Natalia Bolshakova (piano), Austin College & University of North Texas

3:15 “A Musical Timepiece: Harrison Birtwistle’s Clock III for Solo Piano,” lecture-recital, James L. Pitts, Stephen F. Austin State University

4:00 –Applied Studio III – Pitman Hall, CMC

4:00 “Contrapuntal Music for Solo Voice,” lecture-recital, Stuart Hinds, Professional Performer

4:25 “Flute Literature: Exploring Other Alternatives,” lecture-recital, Karen Garrison (flute), Nancy Barry (piano), Auburn University

4:50 “A Shropshire Lad: In Verse and Song,” lecture-recital, Frank W. Ragsdale, Oklahoma City University



Sunday, March 13, 2005

9:00 – Native American I – Pitman Hall, CMC

9:00 “Native American Culture Unit with Music Integration,” paper, Karen D. Nathman, University of Oklahoma

9:25 “Northern Plains Powwow Singing,” paper, Kent Graber, University of Oklahoma

9:50 “Pawnee Young Dog Ceremony,” paper, Jeffrey Palmer, University of Oklahoma

10:30 – Native American II – Pitman Hall, CMC

10:30 “Reflection of Ethnic Identity in Native American and Irish Music Activities,” paper, Sheaukang Hew, University of Oklahoma

10:55 “Remembering Dr. Richard W. Payne,” paper, Jennifer Tompkins, University of Oklahoma

11:20 “Doc Tate Nevaquaya,” paper, Paula Conlon, University of Oklahoma

11:45 – Farewell


Thursday, February 24

10:00 a.m.
Session IA: Twentieth-Century Composers (UMA)
"An Analysis of Elliott Carter's Gra"
Kenneth Long (Georgia State University)

"Serialism and Coherence in the Sonata for Trumpet and Piano by Peter Maxwell Davies"
Kenneth Kirk (Valdosta State University)

"The Percussion Music of Lukas Foss"
Jeremy Kushner (Missouri Southern State University)
Session IB: Cultural Diversities (FOM)
"Intercultural Composers in Tajikistan"
John Robison (University of South Florida)

"International Transmission of Songs of Cultural Heritage"
Marilyn Ward (Orange Park, Florida)
1:30 p.m.
Keynote Address (UMA)
Jan Lauridsen, Assistant Chief, Music Division, Library of Congress
2:30 p.m.
Session IIA: Women of Note (UMA)
"An Afternoon with Barbara Strozzi"
Ellen Ritchey (University of Georgia)

"Maria Szymanowska (1789-1831): Polish Pianist and Composer"
Sandra Stewart (University of North Florida)

"Early Literary Tendencies in the Piano Music of Dame Ethel Smyth"
Amy Zigler (University of Florida)
Session IIB: Cultural Diversities (FOM)
"Turkish Women Composers: Past to Present"
Delek Göktürk (University of Florida)

"The Bodhran: Historical Paths and Modern Trends"
Brian Holder (University of Florida)

"Afro-Cubanism, Negritude, and the Construction of a Syncretic Identity in the 20th-Century Art Music of Cuba"
Mario Rey (East Carolina University)
4:15 p.m.
Session III: Performers Concert (UMA)
Chair: Kevin Orr (University of Florida)
Performers: Solange Navarrete, Goheun Lee, Bosco Cardenas, Peter Gwynn-Sackson, Lin-Chi Wang. Eugenia Garrity, Lyle Indergaard, Cary Brague, Estibaliz Gastesi, Tantalus Quartet (Kristian Anderson, Matthew Cochran, Matthew Dunlap, Stephen Mattingly)
7:30 p.m.
Session IV: Composers Concert I (UMA)
Chair: Ryan Garber (Carson-Newman College)
Composers: TBA

Friday, February 25

9:00 a.m.
Session VA: Multiple Personalities (UMA)
"The Uniquely Eclectic Musical World of Gilberto Mendes"
Márcio Bezerra (Palm Beach Atlantic University)

"Lili Boulanger: Victories over Adversity"
Christina Reitz (University of Florida)

"Always with love, Carl"-the Ruggles-Cowell Correspondence, 1920-1934"
Gary Galván (University of Florida)
Session VB: Impacting Musical Trends (FOM)
"Abraham A. Schwadron (1925-1987): A Scholar's Life in Music Education"
Patricia Reeves-Johnson (Bethune-Cookman College)

"The Cecilian Movement in America"
Ann Silverberg (Austin Peay State University)

"The Music Encyclopedia Wars, or Die Music! In the Past and Present"
Charles M. Carroll (St. Petersburg, Florida)
11:00 a.m.
College Music Society National Panel Discussion Topic for 2005.
"Considering Curricular Challenges: Balancing Emerging Student and Cultural Demands with Traditional Music Teaching and Learning"
Facilitator: Keith Koons (University of Central Florida)
CMS Luncheon
Luncheon Speakers: Raymond Barr and Charles M. Carroll
2:00 p.m.
Session VIA: Teaching and Learning Skills (UMA)
"Monochromatic Teaching in a Multi-colored World: The Arts and Humanities as a Cross-Disciplinary Model"
Jerry Ulrich (Georgia Institute of Technology)

"Connecting the Eye, Ear, and Mind: Techniques for Developing the Single-Line Player's Recognition of Chord Scale Relationships"
Randall Sorenson (Louisiana Technological University)

"Integrating Aural Skills and Aural Modeling into Undergraduate Instrumental Methods Courses"
Warren Haston (Georgia State University)
Session VIB: Collegiate/Curriculum Issues (FOM)
"Development of Master's Degree Emphasis in Music Technology"
Richard Repp (Georgia Southern University)

"Contemporary Music in the Undergraduate Voice Studio: Philosophy, Methodology, and Suggested Resources"
Kathryn Gresham (University of Georgia)

"Effective Membership Recruitment Strategies for Collegiate MENC Chapters"
David Royse (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
3:45 p.m.
Session VIIA: Baroque, Classical and Romantic Genres (UMA)
"Spirits of the Baroque: Denis Gaultier and "The Rhetoric of the Gods"
Christopher Cary (University of Florida)
"Liberation as a Theme in Revolutionary Era Opera: The Rescue Genre"
Sarah Satterfield (Lake City Community College)
"Artistic Influences on Liszt's Sposalizio and Il Penseroso from Années de Pèlerinage-Italie"
Terry McRoberts (Union University)
Session VIIB: Textual Matters (FOM)
"Ernest Bloch's Sacred Service: An Exegetic Model Applied in Text-Setting Analyses of Selected Prayers"
David Goldblatt (University of Florida)
"'His child…must not be born': Revising Erika in Samuel Barber's Vanessa"
Stephanie Poxon (Library of Congress)
7:30 p.m.
Session VIII Composers Concert II (UMA)
Chair: Ryan Garber (Carson-Newman College)
Works TBA

Saturday, February 26

9:00 a.m.
Business Meeting (FOM)

10:00 a.m.
Session IXA: Anglo-American Topics (UMA)
"Celt and Professor: Charles Villiers Stanford's "Irish" Symphony"
Aaron Keebaugh (University of Florida)

"German Musicians, American Composers, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra"
Charles Freeman (Palm Beach Atlantic University)

"Melody Maids"
La Wanda Blakeney (Louisiana State University-Shreveport)
Session IXB: Student Voices (FOM)
"Christianity and Composition"
David Davies (University of Miami)

"A Comparison of Academic Achievement between Ensemble and Non-Ensemble Students at a Rural East Tennessee High School"
Tiffany Wild (University of Tennessee-Knoxville)