Musicology and Sister Disciplines: Past, Present, Future: Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of the International Musicological Society, London, 1997

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Drawing on the work of leading experts from around the globe, Musicology and Sister Disciplines provides the definitive, authoritative statement on the scope of musicology today and its relationship to other fields of academic endeavour, including philosophy and aesthetics, literary studies, art history, mathematics, computer science, historiography, and sociology. These groundbreaking papers represent the outcome of a major musicological conference in 1997, and include contributions from the philosopher Bernard...
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Drawing on the work of leading experts from around the globe, Musicology and Sister Disciplines provides the definitive, authoritative statement on the scope of musicology today and its relationship to other fields of academic endeavour, including philosophy and aesthetics, literary studies, art history, mathematics, computer science, historiography, and sociology. These groundbreaking papers represent the outcome of a major musicological conference in 1997, and include contributions from the philosopher Bernard Williams and world-famous mathematician Roger Penrose.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780198167341
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 2/15/2001
  • Pages: 712
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Table of Contents

Editor's Foreword Introduction, Julian Rushton
PART 1: KEYNOTE PAPERS
Scholarship, Authenticity, Honesty, Bernard Williams
The Heritage of Pythagoras: Nineteen to the Dozen, Roger Penrose
PART 2: ROUND TABLES
Round Table 1: Perception and Cognition
Brain and Music: An Electrophysiological Approach, Mireille Besson & Pascaline Regnault
Perception of Tonal Pitch Space and Tonal Tension, Lola L. Cuddy & Nicholas A. Smith
The Timing Implications of Musical Structures, Bruno H. Repp
Listening to a Piece of Music: A Schematization Process Based on Abstracted Surface Cues, Irène Deliège
Music and Affect: Empirical and Theoretical Contributions from Experimental Psychology, Carol L. Krumhansl
Strong Experiences of and with Music, Alf Gabrielsson & Siv Lindström Wik
Response, John Sloboda
First Response to the Respondent, Eleanor Selfridge-Field
Second Response to the Respondent, Christian Kaden
Round Table 2: Literary Studies
Music and Narrative in Recent Theory, Christopher Butler
All Russian Music is So Sad: Two Constructions of the Russian Soul, through Literature and Music, Marina Frolova-Walker
Drowning in Music: Ophelias Death and Feminist Hermeneutics, Heather Hadlock
The Study of Medieval Music: Some Thoughts on Past, Present, and Future, Susan Rankin
The Music of Rhetoric, Elaine Sisman
Round Table 3: Directions in Musicology
Statement, Andrew DellAntonio
Statement, Stefano Castelvecchi
Response, Margaret Bent
Response, Suzanne G. Cusick
Response, Annegret Fauser
Response, Ralph P. Locke
Response, Jürg Stenzl
Response, Rose Rosengard Subotnik
Closing Remarks, Andrew DellAntonio
Closing Remarks, Stefano Castelvecchi
Round Table 4: Historiography
Music Historiography, Critical Theory, and Other Tales, John Deathridge
The Problem of the French Revolution in Music Historiography and History, Michael Fend
Difficoltà della storiographia dell'opera italiana, Fabrizio Della Seta
Collapsing the Dialectic: The Enlightenment Tradition in Music and its Critics, Reinhard Strohm
Round Table 5: Sociology
Music and Sociology: Perspectives, Horizons, Christian Kaden
Ethnomusicology and Music Sociology, Philip V. Bohlman
Musical Practices and Hidden Musicians: A Perspective from Sociology and Anthropology, Ruth Finnegan
Music from an Anthropological Perspective, Volker Kalisch
From Music-Makers to Virtual Singers: New Musics and Puzzled Scholars, Tullia Magrini
Music and Cultural Practices, Peter J. Martin
The Sociology of Music as Self-Critical Musicology, Mario Vieira de Carvalho
Bibliography
Round Table 6: Philosophy
New Music and Philosophy, Lewis Rowell
Absolute Music and the New Musicology, Peter Kivy
Signs and Trancendence, Eero Tarasti
Authenticity, Interpretation, and Practice: Probing Their Limits, Ruth Katz
Response: Four Philosophies of Musical Interpretation, Naomi Cumming
Round Table 7: Cultural Politics
Musicology and Sexuality: The Example of Edward J. Dent, Philip Brett
Beethoven's Ironies, Arthur Nestrovski
Ethnography, Ethnomusicology, and Post-White Theory, Deborah Wong
PART 3: REPORTS ON STUDY SESSIONS
Music in Tuscany: Past Research and Future Projects, Carolyn Gianturco
The Circulation of Music in Europe 1700-1850, Rudolf Rasch
Music and/as Ethics, --
The Dating and Chronology of the Works of Josquin des Prez, Eric Jas
Musicology, Popuar Music Studies, and Political Economy; Musicology, Popular Music Studies, and Cultural Geography; Musicology, Popular Music Studies, and the Interpretative Sciences, Dai Griffiths
Berlioz et autour de Berlioz: Un artiste en son temps, Peter Bloom
Portuguese Musical Outreach: Five Centuries, Robert Stevenson
Research in Music Performance: New Methods and Tools, José Bowen
Feminist Epistemologies in Ethnomusicology, Elizabeth Tolbert
Musicology and Biography, Philip Olleson
Opera Orchestras in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Europe, Franco Piperno
The Early Violin, Peter Walls
Auditory Scene Analysis: Future Directions for Musicological Research, Maria Anna Harley
Chant and Liturgy: Compositional Planning in Liturgical Chant, Roman Hankeln
Music Iconography: Transmission and Transformation of Symbolic Images, Ann Buckley
Repertory and Canon: The Dynamics of Canon Formation, 1700-1870, William Weber
Perspectives on Instrumental Music of the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries, John Kmetz & Keith Polk
Theatrical Dance and Music, 1650-1850, Sarah McCleave
British Music Since Britten, Alastair Borthwick
Semiotics, Structural Semantics, Rhetoric: Musical Language Sciences in Contemporary Musicology, Márta Grabócz
Interpreting Performance: Chopin-Playing in Perspective, John Rink
Theorizing the Transnational, Ingrid Monson
Sense and Sonority in Aquitainian Polyphony and the Conductus, --
The Evolution of Musical Instruments, Laurence Libin
Der Mensuralcodex St Emmeram (Clm 14274): Eine zentrale Quelle für die Musik Mitteleuropas im 15. Jahrhundert und musikalischen, liturgischen, und theologischen Voraussetzungen, Bernard Schmid
Opéra et mélodrame en France, 1800-30: Une enquête sur les genres, David Charlton
Music, Politics, and Patronage in Spanish and Portuguese Dominions in the Early Modern Period, Michael Noone
Chant and Analysis: Where Are We, and Where Do We Go?, Barbara Haggh
Musicology, Popular Music Studies, and the Interpretative Sciences, --
Musical Data and Computer Applications, John B. Howard
Keyboard Organology: Past, Present, and Future, John Koster
Kulturelle Traditionen in Mitteleuropa: Musikleben zwischen Zentralismus und regionaler Spezifik am Beispiel der Rolle von Vereinen, Cornelia Szabó-Knotik
Implications for Mainstream Musicology of Recent Research in Music Cognition, Richard Parncutt
La vie musicale sous Vichy, 1940-1944, Myriam Chimènes
Chant and Palaeography, Charles T. Downey
Music between East and West: The Work of Lutoslawski, Penderecki, and Górecki in the context of Culture and History, Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski
Musicology and Art History, Timan Seebass
Theorizing Mixed Media, Nicholas Cook
To the Ends of the Earth: Refugee Musicians in East Asia and Latin America, 1933-1945, Horst Weber
The History of the Papal Chapel, Richard Sherr
Rapporti tra testo, musica e scena nello spettacolo a Napoli nel Settecento, Franco Carmelo Greco
The Early Sixteenth-Century Organ in England: Its Form, Music, and Place in the Liturgy, John Harper
Contexts for Brass: History, Performance, Culture, Jeffrey Nussbaum
Race and Culture in the Aesthetics of William Grant Still (1895-1978), Catherine Parsons Smith
Redefining the Low Countries, Karl Kügle
Recent Mozart Research and Der neue Köchel, Neal Zaslaw
Music, Healing, and Culture: Towards a Comparative Perspective, Penelope Gouk
Facism and Music, Karen Painter
New Methods, New Visions: Computational Initiatives for a New Millennium, John B. Howard
PART 4: ABSTRACTS OF FREE PAPERS
Session 1: Liturgy and Homiletics
The Emerging Chant Repertory in Early Roman Sermons and Commentaries (Fifth-Seventh Centuries), Peter Jeffery
The Influence of Homiletic and Exegetical Literature on the Fleury Lament of Rachel, Susan Boynton
Le vocabulaire de la psalmodie dans Règle de St Benoît, à la lumière des données musicales traditionnelles, Olivier Cullin
How to Build an Alleluia, Mitchell P. Brauner
History and Liturgy: The Historia of Thomas Becket, Kay Brainerd Slocum
Session 2: The Historiography of Early Music
Towards a Theory of Musical Patronage in the Rennaisance and Baroque Eras: A Proposal between Anthropology and Semiotics, Claudio Annibaldi
Inaudible Efforts, Labeur des doigts, and the Monumentalizing Impulse: Towards a Sociology of Musical Auctoritas in Francophone Europe, 1200-1600, Sebastan Klotz
Music in Seventeenth-Century Emblem Books: Mass Manipulation of Cultural Values, Linda Phyllis Austern
Artusi's Rage: Fear and Loathing in the Prima prattica, Vivian S. Ramalingam
Enemies of Love: Staging Female Excess in Monteverdi's Il ballo delle ingrate, Bonnie Gordon
A Jungian Perspective on Monteverdi's Late Madrigals, Jeffrey Kurtzman
Study Session 3: Eighteenth-Century Opera
The Rhetoric of the Enlightened Hero: Gender and Operatic Reforms in Early Eighteenth-Century Italy, Wendy Heller
Les éditions parisiennes de livrets d'opéras et leur contrefaçon bruxelloise dans le seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle, Marie Cornaz
Trembley's Polyp and the Natural History of Opera buffa, Wye J. Allanbrook
Alfieri and the Transformation of Opera Seria, Marita P. McClymonds
The London Opera of Joseph Haydn: Loss, Lament, and Lieto fine, Caryl L. Clark
Session 4: Broadcasting and the Media
Opera Studies, Film Studies: Gounod's Faust and the History of Early French Cinema, Rose M. Theresa
A Spectre-World Cuts Through Our Space: Early German Radio Criticism and the Listening Subject, Nathan E. MacBrien
Unión Radio: Música, communicación e ideología, Julio Arce Bueno
La zarzuela como material ideológico en el cine y la televisión 1940-70, Juan P. Arregui
New Music on the New Third: Exploring BBC Music Policies and Practices in the Post-War Decade, Jenny Doctor
When Teaching Ten Thousand was Not Enough: E. Azali Hackley and African-American Music Journalism, Juanita Karpf
Session 5: Early Polyphony
Is it Polyphony?, Manuel Pedro Ferreira
The Medieval Motet in Occitania and the Occitanian Motet, Elizabeth Aubrey
The Study of Pigments in Medieval Manuscripts, Mary E. Wolinski
Secular-Song Tenors and the Fourteenth-Century Motet, Alice V. Clark
Added Contratenors in the Ballades of Gullaume de Machaut, Elizabeth Leach
Session 6: The Sixteenth-Century Tradition
Sacred Music at the Court of Fernando de Aragón, Duke of Calabria: The Context of Barcelona M. 1166/1967 and a Parody Mass on Josquin's Inviolata, Bernadette Nelson
Laura, Laura, Laurels: Strategies of Multiplication in Petrarch and Marenzio, Luminita Aluas
Carnival and Carne vale: Orlando di Lasso and Roman Courtesans, Donna Cardamone Jackson
Music in the Tragedia spirituale, Laura Macy
The Masses Salve regina and O magnum misterium: New Light on Victoria's Parody Technique, Eugene Casjen Cramer
Session 7: Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Music
Registral Direction and Melodic Implication, Zohar Eitan
An Exegisis of the Kyrie from Beethoven's Mass in C, Op. 86, Jeremiah W. McGrann
Nineteenth-Century Hallmark, Theoretical Problem: Third Relations in Schubert's Unfinished and Beethoven's Waldstein, Suzannah Clark
Rossini as Master of Instrumental Composition: Bonifazio Asioli's Analysis of the Sinfonia from Le cenerentola, Peter A. Hoyt
Brahms the Autumnal: Cyclical and Progressive Structures and Meanings in Im Herbst, Op. 104, No. 5, Frank Samarotto
Session 8: Methodologies
Ethnomusicologies of the West: Questions of Perspective and Scope, Jonathan Stock
American Musicology and the Archives of Eden, Harry White
Problems in the Application of Linguistic/Semiotic Priciples to Music, Suk Won Yi
Music in Action: The View from Sociology, Tia DeNora
Queen Elisabeth of Belgium, The A-Bomb, and Einstein's Violin: About Pacificism, Patheism, and the Passion for Music, Willem Erauw
Session 9: The Fifteenth-Century Tradition
The Wedding of Pious and Profane: A Cultural Context for the Chanson Mass, M. Jennifer Bloxham
Musical Life at the Collegiate Church of Saint-Omer, Northern France, c.1460-1504, Andrew Kirkman
The Meaning of Okeghem's Intemerata dei mater, Jeffrey Dean
Obrecht's Anchises: Virgilian Allusion in Mille quingentis, Sean Gallagher
The Controversial Indentity of an Iberian Poet-Musician of the Renaissance: Badajoz el musico, Emilio Ros-Fábregas
Session 10: Baroque Sacred Music
Music in the Cathedral of Manila: Evidence for the First Two Centuries from the Archdiocesan Archive, William Summers
Modelos de financiación de música en las catedrales españolas: Formas e implicaciones, Javier Suárez-Pajares
Music, Ritual, and the Writings of Teodosio Herrera y Bonilla (1652-1734), Greta J. Olson
The Sounding City: Urban History and Music in Baroque Jaén, Miguel-A. Marín
Icongrafia musical en la tarasca barroca madrileña: Algunos ejemplos representativos, Alicia González de Buitrago García
The Interior-Exterior Duality in the Performances of the Musical Ensembles of Granada: Non-Salaried Posts and Extravagantes Performances, Juan Ruiz Jiménez
Session 11: Music and Society in the Nineteenth Century
Salon, Gender, and Musical Culture in Sweden around 1800, Eva Öhrström
Chladni as Musician Manqué, Kathryn L. Reichard
Byron and the Poetics of Berlioz's Harold Symphony, Janet Johnson
Música sabia: The Reception of Classical Music in Madrid (c.1830-1870), Judith Etzion
Four-Hand Transcription: Changing Performing Spaces and Genres, Thomas Christensen
Early Nineteenth-Century Virtuosity and its Public: Power, Gender, and Class in the Concert Hall, James A. Deaville
Session 12: New Music
The Visual Language of American Experimental Music, Nancy Perloff
Roland Barthes's Text and Aleatory Music: Is The Birth of the Reader the Birth of the Listener?, Jeongwon Joe
Imploding the System: Kagel and the Deconstruction of Modernism, Paul Attinello
Can Literary Criticism Contribute to the Study of Musical Borrowing? The Case of Twentieth-Century Italian Music, Susanna Pasticci
An Object-Orientated Analysis of Twentieth-Century Piano Music, Didier Guigue
Musical-Historical Conceptions in the Light of the Systematic Approach, Elena Markova & Vladimir Mironov
Session 13: Early Theory and Music
Law as a Sister Discipline of Music in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, C. Matthew Balensuela
Time out of Time: Eternity as a Thirteenth-Century Philisophical Issue Exemplified in Music, Nancy van Deusen
Ordo naturalis in Eleventh-Century Theoretical Systems, Gabriella Ilnitchi
Glosses on Music and Grammar and the Advent of Music-Writing in the West, Charles M. Atkinson
Session 14: Music and Society Around 1700
Carnival, Commedia dell'arte and the Paris Opéra in the Late Years of the Sun King, 1697-1710, Georgia Cowart
Musicians, Amateurs, and Collectors: Early French Auction Catalogues as Musical Sources, Albert Cohen
Queen Marie Leczinska as Patron of Music: Opera and Chamber Music at the Court of Louis XV, M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet
The Personal Network: A Sociological Approach to Imported Villancico Texts and Music Supply at Segovia Cathedral (1650-1700), Pablo-L. Rodríguez
Collecting and Enlightenment: Musical Instruments in the Natural History Cabinet of Charles III of Spain (1759-88), Cristina Bordas
Session 15: Nineteenth-Century Topics
Virtue, Reform, and Pure Music in Second Empire Paris, Michael Strasser
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdys geistliche Vokalmusik: Eine Versuch ihrer chronologischen und stilistischen Einordnung, Hiromi Hoshino
The Stornello and its Popularity in Ottocento Italy, Roberta Montemorra Marvin
Apocalypse (Now?): Politics in the Sacred Music of Johann Brahms, Daniel Beller-McKenna
Orientalism in Borodin's Prince Igor, Firoozeh Khazrai
Canonizing the Dutchman: Wagnerism and Der fliegende Holländer, Stephen McClatchie
Session 16: Technology and Systematic Musicology
Music and Technology, Frank Pecquet
Did Greco-Roman Hydraules have Keyboards?, Eugene L. Szonntagh
The Applicability of Psychological Methods in the Study of Musical Rhythm, Youn Kim
Acoustique musicale et musicologie: L'apport de l'outil acoustique dans l'analyse perceptive, Marie-Cécile Barras
Stochastic Analysis and Music Predictability, Mario H.A. Koppers
Cognitive-Perceptual Effects in Music: Shepard Tones and the Canon Per tonos from J.S. Bach's Musical Offering, Denis Collins and Andrew Schloss
Session 17: Gluck and Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics
Retorica e tragedia per musica: L'Iphigénie en Aulide di Gluck (1774), Alessandra Martina
Gluck's L'Iphigénie en Aulide (1774-5): Reception and Revision Daniel Heartz
Les rêveries renouvelées des Grecs: Facture, Function, and Performance Practice in a Vaudeville Parody of Gluck's Iphigénie en Tauride (1779)
Gluck in the Age of Living Reproduction: Fin-de-siècle Critics Speak on Antiquarian Opera, Sheryl Zukowski
Romantic Music Aesthetics and its Literary Origins in the Writings of Karl Philipp Moritz, Monika Hennemann
Gothic Architecture and Baroque Polyphony: A Romantic Blend, James Haar
Session 18: The Eighteenth-Century Tradition
Rediscovered East-European Sources of Hasse's Sacred Music, Ernest Harriss II
Reading the Metre: Verse Forms in Oratorio Libretti written for Handel by Charles Jennens and Thomas Morell, Donald Burrows
Musicology, Politics, and Heraldy: The Te deum: A State Motet at the Time of Louis XIV and Louis XV, Jean-Paul Montagnier
Riepel, Leibniz, and the Ars combinatoria in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Musical Thought, Stefan Eckert
Session 19: Early Twentieth Century
Musical Symbolism in the Operas of Debussy and Bartók, Elliott Antokoletz
Loneliness and Love: The Literary Context of Béla Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle, Judit Frigyesi
David: Stravinsky's Music-Hall Ballet, Thomas P. Gordon
Schönberg ist Theosoph: Anmerkungen zu einer wenig beachteten Beziehung, Beat A. Föllmi
Schönbergs Vortagsideal rekonstruiert anhand einer Quelle zu op. 10, Hermann Danuser
Objectifs et méthodes d'une herméneutique de la création et de la réception musicales, Christan Hauer
Session 20: Ethnology
Interrogating Musicological Otherness in India: Madan-ul-Mausiqi as a Mine of Music History, Regula Burckhardt Qureshi
White Facts about Blacks: Interculturalism, Music Education, and Identity in South Africa, Eduardo Correia
Der Tonartbegriff in der traditionellen türkischen Musik, M. Erturul Bayraktarkatal
Oral Traditions and Performance Practices in the Encyclopedia Jiu gong da chen nan bei ci gong pu, Collections of Southern and Northern Chinese Songs, Lulu Huang Chang
Objectification of Music and the Domination of Nature (Naturbeherrschung): T. W. Adorno's Theory in the Light of Comparative Music Aesthetics, Ayako Tatsumura
The Body in Music, Ramón Pelinski
Session 21: Renaissance Source Studies
Identifying Composer Autographs in Pre-1600 Manuscripts, Jessie Ann Owens
In the Workshop of a Late-Medieval Editor: Johannes Martini and the Manuscript I-MOe ?.M.1.13, Murray Steib
The Structure of the Chigi Codex: An Enigma Resolved, Fabrice Fitch
Who is Katherine? The Women of the Berg & Neuber-Gerlach-Kauffmann Printing Dynasty, Susan Jackson
The Printing of the Novum et insigne opus musicum (RISM 1537/1 and RISM 1538/3), Royston Gustavson
Parthenia: A Paradigmatic Epithalamion, Janet Pollack
Session 22: Opera Around 1700
Comisión nobiliaria en la circulación de la ópera italiana en Iberoamérica en los primeros años des siglo XVIII, Annibale Cetrangolo
A New Source of Seventeenth-Century Spanish Theatre Music from Mexico City, John Koegel
Between the Market and the Public Institution: The First Spanish Opera Company in the Commercial Theatres in Madrid during the Eighteenth Century, Jose-Máximo Leza
Italian Opera and/in Spanish Theatres: Francesco Corradini in Valencia (1727-31), Andrea Bombi
Sacrilege, Power Politics, and Lèse-majesté: The Political Uses of Opera in Eighteenth-Century Gustavian Sweden, Bertil H. van Boer, Jr
Session 23: Twentieth-Century Topics
(Musical) Jugendstil Revisited: Interspecific Conceptual Modelling and the Turn-of-the-Century Peripheral Artsong, Zoltan Roman
The Piano in Gustav Mahler's Um Mitternacht: Invention or Error?, Sue Plumlee Taylor
To the Jew a Foreign Tongue: Mahler's Orchestrations as a Sign of Difference, K. M. Knittel
Machine Music, Hugh Macdonald
Rose R. and Emilia Marty: The Representation of the Human Experience of Time in Janácêk's The Makropoulos Affair, Francis Maes
Magic, Ritual, and Mystery in the Poetic Conception of Manuel de Falla's Music, Michael Christoforidis
Session 24: Jazz and Pop
What is Jazz, and How Might Scholars Write About It?, Barry Kernfeld
As Fats Waller Tells It: It's a Sin to Tell a Lie, Paul S. Machlin
We are Not Hurdy-Gurdies: Musicians in a Changing Music World, Philomeen Lelieveldt
Operatic Intersections with Rock Music: Popularizing Opera, Ken McLeod
Punk, Funk, Dub, and Disco: British Post-Funk and the Avant-Garde Groove, Theo Cateforis
Session 25: Seventeenth-Century Topics
Music and Military Virtue in Early Modern France: The Equestrian Ballet, Kate van Orden
Guido Casoni (d. 1642) on Love as Music, a Theme for All Seasons, Don Harrán
Music of Devotion in Counter-Reformation Rome: Borboni's Musicali concenti, Kimberlyn Montford
Behind the Dragon's Mask: Hidden Political Music of the Restoration, JoAnn Taricani
Baroque, musique, littérature: La nouvelle espagnole du XVII siècle, genre littéraire et source musicologique, Maria Sanhuesa Fonseca
Session 26: Eighteenth-Century Instrumental Music
The String Quartets of Franz Asplmayr and their Relationship to the Development of Haydn's String-Quartet Style, Dennis C. Monk
Trumpets, Feldmusik, Continuity, and Hierarchy: Music and the Imperial Procession during the Reign of Maria Theresia, Janet Page
Empress Maria Therese of Austria as Musician and Musical Patron, John A. Rice
The Hofkapelle under Joseph II and Mozart's Appointment, Dorothea Link
Title, Function, and the Concept of Genre: The Earliest True Symphonies, Eugene K. Wolf
Session 27: Nineteenth-Century Opera
Bellini and his Music as Political Symbol, Denise P. Gallo
Mimesis and Hysteria in La muette de Portici, Mary Ann Smart
Issues in the Reception of Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots, Kerry Murphy
Music-Literature-Theatre-History: A New Approach to Nineteenth-Century Czech Opera, Jarmila Gabrielová
Che bella cosa scrivere a tre voci: Verdi's Use of the Trio Form (Musical, Dramatic, and Aesthetic Conception), Ursula Kramer
Beyond Exoticism: Cio-Cio-Sans Screen and the Uses of Convention, Helen Greenwald
Session 28: Transnationalism
Musicology and Missiology, Ann L. Silverberg
Chinese Politics and Western Musicians in China: A Reflection on Contemporary Exchanges versus Experiences of the Eighteenth-Century Musician-Priests, Joyce Z. Lindorff
The Iwakura Missions Encounters with Western Music and their Consequence, Tatsuhiko Itoh
Russian Roots, American Branches: Music in Cognate Cultures, Margarita Mazo
The History of German-Russian Musical Contact: German Musical Families in St Petersburg from the Second Half of the Nineteenth-Century to the Beginning of the Twentieth, Janna Kniazeva
Session 29: Hildegard of Bingen
Interdisciplinary Objects: the Case of Hildegard Bingen, Honey Meconi
Rhetorical Chant? The Relationship between Music and Text in the Repertory of Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine Jeffreys
Hildegard's Ordo virtutum: Musical Rhetoric and Monastic Education, Margot Fassler
Session 30: Early Dance
Would You Like to Dance this Frottola? Choreographic Concordances in Two Early Sixteenth-Century (Tuscan?) Sources, Barbara Sparti
The Travelling Dance-Band: Patterns of Transmission of Dance and Music in Fifeteenth-Century Europe, Jennifer Nevile
The Myth of Stylized Dance, G.Yvonne Kendall
Session 31: Early Twentieth-Century USA
Revising Ives, Philip Lambert
DuBose Heyward's Drafts for the Porgy Story as Cultural Politics, John Andrew Johnson
Ruth Crawford Seeger and John Cage: New Connections between Two American Originals, Teresa Davidian
Session 32: Early Twentieth-Century France
The Symphony as Political Tool in Early Twentieth-Century France, Brian J. Hart
French Political Ideology as Performative Context: The Concert by World War I, Jane F. Fulcher
Poulenc and the Painters: The Influence of Art and Artists on his Life and Music, Carl B. Schmidt
Session 33: Renaissance Theory
On the One and the Many: Conflicting Ontologies of Sound in Late Fifteenth-Century Music Theory, Leonora Saavedra
Musica theorica and Musica practica im Lichte der Studia humanitatis: Astronomie und Medizin als Grundlage und Rechtfertigung für Franchino Gaffurios Porportionendenken, Walter Kurt Kreyzig
Compositio levis et utilis: Simple Formulas as Substitutes for Counterpoint Studies in the Teaching of Composition around 1500, Dietrich Helms
Zwischen der Musiktheorie und Poetik der Renaissance: Decorum, Ryszard J. Wieczorek
Glareanus and Vasari: Two Competing Views of Historical Progress from Late Renaissance Europe, Stefano Mengozzi
Theories, Proof, and Dissent in Spanish Music Theory, 1508-77, Wolfgang Freis
Session 34: Schubert and Song
Schubert Iconography: New and Problematic Issues, Eva Badura-Skoda
Franz Schubert and the Liederspiel: From the Kosegarten Cycle to Die schöne Müllerin, Morten Solvik
Schubert's Activities in the Unsinnsgesellschaft (1817-18): New Literary and Iconographical Documents, Rita Steblin
Schubert's Free Verse Setting, Jürgen Thym
Die Gedichte der schwäbischen Dichterin Friederike Robert in den Vertonungen von Fanny Hensel, Annegret Huber
Performing Purcell's Mad Bess in Late Eighteenth- and Early Ninettenth-Century England, Robert Toft
Session 35: Music and Literature: Twentieth Century
Indagando la musicalità della poesia di Gabriele dAnnunzio: Il Poema paradisiac, Marco della Sciucca
Faustus, Mephistopheles and Gretchen? The Significance of Thomas Mann in the Music of Luigi Dallapiccola 1947-55, Raymond Fearn
Ghost Trio: Die Musik in Samuel Becketts dramatischem Spätwerk, Michael Maier
Es lebe Kulturkampf!: Polish Parody Songs from Nazi Concentration Camps, Barbara Milewski and Bret Werb
At Home and Abroad: The Critical Reception of Ethel Smyth's Operas in England and Germany, Elizabeth Kertesz
Alexander Mikhailov as Musicologist, Larissa Kirillina
Session 36: Nationalism
General Histories of Music and the Place of the European Periphery, Melita Milin
Baltic Music-History Writing: Problems and Perspectives, Urve Lippus
Le révision de Boris Godounov par le compositeur Letton Melngailis (1924): Premiers éléments sur une version inconnue de l'opéra de Moussorgski, Jean-Marie Jacono and Arnolds Klotin
Some Premisses for the Study of Peripheral Musical Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: Fernando Lopes-Graÿa and the Problem of Tradition in Contemporay Portuguese Music, Teresa Cascudo
How Musicological and Ethnomusicological is Spanish Flamenco?, Joaquina Labajo
PART 5: ABSTRACTS OF POSTER SESSIONS
Session 1: Analytical Applications
The Antiphons for the Consecration of Virgins and the Changing Role of Plainchant in the Middle Ages, James Borders
Computer Applications to Sketch Studies: A Database with Image Access for Berg's Sketches for Wozzeck, Patricia Hall and William Koseluk
Multimedia Environments for the Study of Musical Structure, Daniel C. Jacobson
Knowledge-Based Stimulations: Technological Tools for Music Research, Deron L. McGee
Toward a Model for Background Motivic Structure, Michael Schiano
Computer Applications and Visual Aids for a Historically Orientated Structural Analysis of Pitches, Rainer Zillhardt
Session 2: New Computer Applications in Musicology
POCO: Tools for Analysing, Modifying, and Generating Performance Expression in Music, Peter Desain and Henkjan Honing
An Adaptive Optical Music Recognition System, Ichiro Fujinaga
Music, Memory, and Time, Petri Toivianen and Mauri Kaipainen
A Parallel Processing Key-Finding Model: Structure and Applications, Piet G. Vos and Erwin W. Van Geenen
Session 3: Databases
Lessico italiano della didattica vocale, Sergio Durante
Villanelle alla napolitana e canzonette alla romana, Marco Giuliani
RISM A/II CD-ROM, Klaus Keil
Hispanic Music Archive and Library Project, Paul R. Laird
Colleción musical: Fondo Canuto Berea (archivo y partituras) de la Biblioteca de la Diputación Provincial de La Coruña (España), Dolores Liaño Pedreira
An Antiphonal from Kranj: Analytical Approach to its Contents, Jurij Snoj
The Grey Collection of the South African Library, Cape Town: Studies of Western Plainchant Sources in South Africa, Carol Steyn and Morné Bezuidenhout
Session 4: Multimedia
Shepherd-Musicians in Catalano-Aragonese Iconography from the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, Jordi Ballester
How did Harry James Make us Love him?, Michael Meckna
The Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: Ballet by John Neumeier, Robert Riggs and Mary Riggs
Music Criticism Today, Michael Saffle
The Duangong: A Qian Shaman, Emma Zevik and Chen Zhong
Acknowledgements Index of Contributors

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