2014 Program

SCSMT 2014: Program

SCSMT Session 1 (Friday, 9:00-10:15, Location TBA): Modulation Chair: TBD

Welcome from Dr. Robert Riggs, Chair of the Music Department, The University of Mississippi

John Muniz (Yale University): Rethinking Enharmonic Modulations: Notation and Tendency

Matthew Steinbron (University of Louisiana at Lafayette): Modulating Primary Themes in Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Recapitulations

SCSMT Session 2 (Friday, 10:30-12:00), Location TBA): Meter and Rhythm Chair: TBA

Joseph Chi-Sing Siu (Eastman School of Music): Hypermetrical Shift in Haydn’s Late Monothematic Sonatas

Austin Patty (Lee University): Harmonic Rhythm and the Articulation of Musical Form in Sonata-Form Movements from Mozart’s Violin Sonatas

Yung-Ching Yu (University of Kentucky): Schumann’s Trick on the Poet: Metrical Reinterpretation, Expansion, and Irregularity in Dichterliebe

SCSMT Session 3 (Friday, 2:00-3:00), Nutt Auditorium: Pop Music Chair: TBA

Brian D. Hoffman (Butler University): Mapping the Modulation Zone: A Formal and Stylistic Study of Stepwise Modulation in Pop- Rock

Trevor de Clercq (Middle Tennessee State University): Ionian Tonic Arrivals as Generators of Chorus Quality in Pop/Rock Songs

SCSMT Session 4 (Friday, 3:15-4:45), Nutt Auditorium: 20th Century Composers Chair: TBA

Michael Gardiner (University of Mississippi): Boulez, Envelope-form, and Mahler: An Analysis of Der Abschied

Nolan Stolz (Southeast Missouri State University) Unity and Distortion in Peter Maxwell Davies’s Eight Songs for a Mad King

Tae Young Hong (The University of Southern Mississippi) Dual-Interval Spaces: Interrelations between Interval Classes 1 and 5, Local Pitch Centers and Form in Dmitri Shostakovich’s Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 12.

SCSMT Session 5 (Saturday, 9:00-10:00), Nutt Auditorium: Color Chair: TBA

Mike Rogers (University of North Texas): Coloring Outside The Lines (Thad Jones’ Use of Altered Chord Tones)

Andrew Pokorny (University of Oregon): Shedding Light on FaureĢ’s Scalar Colors

SCSMT Session 6 (Saturday Friday, 10:15-11:45), Nutt Auditorium: Theory Stew Chair: TBA

Tim Saeed (Louisiana State University): Expressive Performance and Interpretation: Lussyian Analysis of Chopin’s Etude in E Major, Op. 10, No. 3

Joshua Albrecht (The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor): Understanding the Expression of Beethoven: Building and Testing a Generalizable Model of Emotional Expression in the Beethoven Piano Sonatas

Joe Brumbeloe (The University of Southern Mississippi): Joseph Sauveur’s Contribution to 18th c. Music Theory