“Analysis and the Listener” Symposium Schedule
Friday, February 17–18, 2012
Ford-Crawford Recital Hall, Simon Building
Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University
Hosted by the Graduate Theory Association and
Graduate Musicology Association of Indiana University
For more information, please contact Mark Chilla (mchilla @ indiana . edu)
Friday, February 17th:
2:00–2:15. Opening Remarks
2:15–3:15. Listening Habits
Music Analysis and Enjoyment of Music
Olga Sánchez Kisielewska, Northwestern University
A Listener’s Perception of Irony in Music: A View from Beethoven
Janet Bourne, Northwestern University
3:30–5:30. Sonata Workshop with James Hepokoski.
To participate in the workshop, please contact Ruthie Umthum
(rumthun @ indiana.edu)
Beethoven Scores: Symphony No. 1, Mvt. I (Expo); Symphony No. 2, Mvt. I
5:30–7:30. Dinner Break
7:30–8:15. Invited Paper Session 1.
The Acoustic Mirror as Formative of Auditory Pleasure and Fantasy
Michael Klein, Indiana University.
8:30–10:30. Reception at the IMU State Room East
Saturday, February 18th:
8:30–9:30. Breakfast Reception. Lobby of Ford Hall
9:30–11:00. Instructions for Listening
A Theoretical Application of Mathis Lussy’s Tripartite Classifications of “Accent” in Chopin’s Nocturne in D-flat Major, Op. 27, No. 2
Tim Saeed, Louisiana State University
Is Zarlino Overrated? Descriptive Music Treatises and Listening in the Sixteenth Century
Samuel Brannon, UNC-Chapel Hill
Hearing Improvisation in the French Baroque Harpsichord Prelude
Steve Grazzini, Indiana University
11:15–12:15. Listening to Signs
“Resident Disturbances”: Transcendentalist Symbolism in Ives’s Experimental Songs
Chelsey Hamm, Indiana University
“I’m a Lot Like You Were”: Politics of Nostalgia in the Retro Audio Signifiers of Arcade Fire
Erin Smith, Case Western Reserve University
12:15–2:00. Lunch Break
Shostakovich’s Eleventh Symphony and the Soviet Listener
Simon Prosser, Indiana University
Mahler’s Untimely Voice: Transcendental Narrative in the Sonata-Form Movement of the Seventh Symphony
Heung Fai Lee, The University of Hong Kong
3:15–4:15. Listening in Time
Repetition, Vertical Time, and “Stuplimity” in Morton Feldman’s For Samuel Beckett
Phil Duker, University of Delaware
Radiohead’s Euclidian and Maximally Even Grooves and What, if anything, They Might Mean
Brad Osborn, DePauw University
4:30–5:30. Invited Paper Session 2.
Did J. S. Bach's Listeners Analyze?
Daniel R. Melamed, Indiana University.
5:30–7:30. Dinner Break.
7:30–9:00. Keynote Speaker.
Gottheit, Silence, Life, and Death in Beethoven’s Heiliger Dankgesang.
(Score. Optional Readings on Heiliger Dankgesang: Cooper, Huxley, Kerman)
James Hepokoski, Yale University.