The Music Theory Society at Florida State University will host its 24th Annual Music Theory Forum on January 27, 2007, in Dohnányi Recital Hall. The forum co-chairs cordially invite you to attend. The schedule of events is as follows:
Greg Decker, Chair
9:00 Michael Baker (Western Carolina University)--"Mendelssohn's "Allnächtlich im Traume,' Op. 86 no. 4: Music, Text, and Meaning in a Nineteenth-Century Song"
9:30 Danny Arthurs (Indiana University)--"Irony and Illusion in the Second Movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata, Op. 101"
10:00 Richard Randall (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)--"Understanding Hybridity: Comparing Geometric Models of Tonal Hierarchy"
Sarah Sarver, Chair
10:45 Sean Atkinson (Florida State University)--"Process and Intuition: Narration in Three Tales by Steve Reich"
11:15 Alan Theisen (Florida State University)--"With Pipes, Drums, and French Horns: Pitch (Space) Amid Stylistic Conflict in György Ligeti's Hamburg Concerto"
11:45 Shannon Groskreutz and Crystal Peebles (Florida State University)--"Spiral Form: Reconceptualizing Thematic Returns in Developing Variation"
Chris Endrinal, Chair
2:15 Meghann Wilhoite (Columbia University)--"Getting Close To NARC"
2:45 Bryn Hughes (Florida State University)--"Rock's Compositional Space"
3:15 Rob Bennett (Florida State University)--"Dramatic Formal Dichotomies in Indie Rock of the 1990s"
4:00 L. Poundie Burstein (Hunter College and the Graduate Center at the City University of New York)--"Schenkerian Analysis and the Long Range"