AMSGNY Meetings

Spring Meeting -- April 27, 2013

The spring meeting will take place on April 27th at Columbia University. 

 It will be held in room 622 Dodge, which can be found by looking at this map:

You will need to enter from College Walk, up the steps, to the left, into the main door of Dodge, which is actually on the third floor above campus level.
This is the program:

Catherine Ludlow: Melodrama in Schumann's Manfred, Amplifying the "Most Bright Intelligence" Central to Byron's Play

Tina Fruehauf: Exploring New Territory during the Cold War Era: Jewish Music Studies in Postwar Germany

Nicholas Chong: Beethoven's Favorite Theologian? Johann Michael Sailer, the Missa Solemnis and the Question of Beethoven's Faith.

Lunch/Business Meeting/Elections/Special Presentation/Announcement of Student Prize Winner

Lawrence Ferrara: Music and Copyright Law

Sylvia Kahan: “La musique faite femme" Poulenc, Vilmorin, Polignac, and the Gendered Mélodie

Robert Waters: Music and Politics: Nationalism and Anti-Semitism in American Music Societies, 1918-1939

 The Chapter will be providing lunch.

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