Music Theory Colloquium Series
All events on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. in M 267 unless noted otherwise
Upcoming Events: Spring 2014
Monday March 10 (7:30 p.m., M 242): Danuta Mirka (University of Southampton), "In Search of the Historical Listener"
March 12: Danuta Mirka (University of Southampton), "Cadential Schemata and Hypermeter"
March 26: Miguel A. Roig-Francolí (College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati), "From Renaissance to Baroque: Tonal Structures in Tomás Luis de Victoria's Masses"
April 2: Nate Mitchell (Indiana University), "Sharp as a Tack, Bright as a Button: Timbral Metamorphoses in Saariaho’s Sept Papillons"
April 16: Jason Jedlicka (Indiana University), TBA
April 23: Professional Development Session, "The Dissertation Process"
Past Events: Spring 2014
January 22: Professional Development Session, "The Conference Paper from Idea to Proposal to Presentation"
January 29: Frank Samarotto (Indiana University), "The Urlinie, Melodic Energies, and the Dynamics of Inner Form"; Diego Cubero (Indiana University), "In the Process of Dissolving: Examining the Interaction between Syntactic and Statistical Form in Brahms"
February 12: Andrew Mead (Indiana University), "Hi! My Name is Andy and I'm a Sorabji Addict—or—Gradus ad Sorabji"
February 19: Lucy Liu (Indiana University), “Inner Form/Outer Form, and Questions of Ambiguity in the Adagio of Brahms's Opus 111”
March 5: Panel Discussion—Music Theory and Musicology Faculty (Mead, Melamed, Ivanovitch, Ford), "On the State(s) of Our Disciplines"
Past Events: Fall 2013
September 4 (5:15 p.m., M 267): Svetlana Sigida (Moscow State Conservatory), “Transformations of American Minimalist Techniques in the Music of Russian Composers” (sponsored by the Departments of Musicology and Music Theory)
September 11: Julian Hook (Indiana University), “Contemporary Methods in Mathematical Music Theory: A Comparative Case Study”
September 25: Robert S. Hatten (The University of Texas at Austin), "Virtual Human Agency in Tonal Instrumental Music: From Musical Forces to Subjectivity"
Monday September 30 (4:00 p.m., Ford-Crawford Hall): Jocelyn Neal (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), "More than Just a Country Song: Socioeconomic Lessons with a Twang"
October 2: Jocelyn Neal (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), "Who Owns That Song? Copyright Law and the Emergence of the Popular Music Recording Industry"
October 9: Devin Chaloux (Indiana University), “The Synthetic Scale, Space S, and Sonata Form in Charles Griffes’s Piano Sonata”
October 16: Daphne Tan (Indiana University), “Beyond Energetics: Gestalt Psychology and Harmony in Ernst Kurth's Musikpsychologie (1931)”; Kyle Adams (Indiana University), “When does the Present Become the Past? A Re-examination of 'Presentism' and 'Historicism'"
October 23: Richard Cohn (Yale University), "Meter Without Tactus"
Thursday October 24 (4:00 p.m., Ford-Crawford Hall): Richard Cohn (Yale University), "A Platonic Model of Funky Rhythms, or How to Get That Swing"
November 13: Marianne Kielian-Gilbert (Indiana University), "'Perilous Sweetness'—(De)Ciphering Subjectivities in Britten’s Late Works Death in Venice, Op. 88 and Phaedra, Op. 93"
Monday November 18 (5:00 p.m., Lilly Library): Jan Herlinger (Louisiana State University), "Marchetto and Prosdocimo: A Musician and an Astronomer on Music in Medieval Padua" (Details)
November 20 (4:45 p.m., Ford-Crawford Hall): Jan Herlinger (Louisiana State University), "Marchetto of Padua: The Legacy of a Fourteenth-Century Musician and Theorist" (Details)
December 11: Christopher Brody (Indiana University), "Medtner's Adventures in Sonata Space: Form and Intertexts in the Sonatas Op. 22"