AMSGNY Meetings

Winter 2017 Meeting Schedule

The winter meeting of The Greater New York Chapter of the American Musicological Society will take place on January 28, 2017 at Columbia University.

It will be held in room 622 Dodge, which is where we have met in past gatherings at Columbia.  

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.  A map of the campus is here:

Session I--Sources
Beethoven’s Footsteps and Max Kalbeck’s Brahms Biography
Styra Avins (Independent Scholar)

The Early History of Modal Rhythm: What Theory Tells us about Practice
Solomon Guhl-Miller (Rutgers University)

Lutheran Hymnody in Eighteenth-Century Vienna: Orthodox Meets “Politically-Correct”
Jane Schatkin Hettrick (Rider University)

Panel Discussion: Leadership in Music
Panelists:  Jeff Dailey (Five Towns College), Lawrence Ferrara (New York University), Robert Judd (American Musicological Society), Elaine Sisman (Columbia University)

Session 2--Reassessing Music
Haydn’s Keyboard Sonatas as a Tool for Traditionalist Ideology: A Nineteenth-Century Reappraisal
Jacob Friedman (Princeton University)

Rethinking Gustav Holst’s A Moorside Suite (1928): The First Brass Band Symphony?
Stephen Allen (Rider University)

Berlin, 1945: Towards a Ruin Aesthetic in Music
Abby Anderton (Baruch College)

The Self-Actualization of John Adams
John Kapusta (Colgate University)

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