AMSGNY Meetings

Spring 2014 Meeting

The spring meeting will take place at New York University on April 26th. The location is room 220 in the Silver Center of Arts and Science, which used to be called Main Building--100 Washington Square East.

12-1 Music and Other Arts
Victoria Aschheim: Seeing Different Trains through Walter Benjamin and Photography
Jeff Dailey: Sullivan on the Titanic

1-2 Performance Practice
Jane Hettrick: Musical Treatment of the text Sub tuum praesidium in Connection with Marian Worship in Viennese Liturgical Practice of the Eighteenth Century
David Hurwitz: Vibrato, the Orchestral Organ and the ‘Prevailing Aesthetic’ in Nineteenth-Century Symphonic Music

2-3 Break and Business Meeting

3-4 Problems with Text
Lawrence Ferrara: “The Amount of Music Copied in Copyright Litigations: How Much Is Too Much?"
Andrew Unger: Recollection, Inner Feelings, and Actuality: Exploring Text and Music in A Child of our Time

4-5 Nineteenth Century Topics
Catherine Ludlow: "Ancient wonders reappear in moonlight": Nighttime in Robert Schumann's Text Settings
Styra Avins: Brahms in the Wittgenstein Homes

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