Music Theory Colloquium Series
All events are on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. in M 267 unless otherwise noted
Upcoming Events: Spring 2015
March 25: John A. Rice (Rochester, Minnesota), "The Morte: A Galant Voice-Leading Schema as Emblem of Lament and Compositional Building Block"
April 1: Roman Ivanovitch (Indiana University), "The Brilliant Style: Light and Heat"
Monday, April 6 (3:00 p.m., Ford Hall): Robert Gjerdingen (Northwestern University), "Little Angels: Turning Orphans into Musicians in 18th-Century Italy"
April 8: Robert Gjerdingen (Northwestern University), "Harmony: A Love Story"
April 15: Nate Mitchell (Indiana University), "Zerlina on the Metrical Stage: The Dramatic Fluidity of Metrical Consonances"
April 22: Nathan Blustein (Indiana University), TBD
Past Events: Fall 2014
August 27: Nathan Blustein (Indiana University), "Erwin Schulhoff’s Cinq études and European Jazz in the 1920s"
September 10: Workshop—Article Discussion Session (Led by Profs. Horlacher, Samarotto, and Brody)
September 24: William Thomson (Retired Dean, University of Southern California School of Music; Former Chair, Indiana University Department of Music Theory), “Musical Savvy and the Systems Malady”
Tuesday, October 7 (7:30 p.m., M242): Christopher Hasty (Harvard University), “The Union of Performance, Theory, and Analysis in Music and in General”
October 8: Christopher Hasty (Harvard University), “Experimenting with Rhythm”
October 22: Christopher Brody (Indiana University), “The Second-Reprise Medial PAC and the Form of Bach’s Binary Dance Movements” [CANCELED]
Tuesday, October 28 (7:30 p.m., M242): Scott Burnham (Princeton University), “The Beethoven Difference”
October 29: Scott Burnham (Princeton University), “On the Last Bar of Schubert's String Quintet”
November 12: Eric Isaacson (Indiana University), “Show Me What You’re Hearing: Musical Communication Through Pictures”
December 10: Professional Development—CV and Conference Proposal Review (Drop-In Session)
Past Events: Spring 2015
January 21: Julian Hook (Indiana University), "Key-Color Invariance"
February 4: Andrew Mead (Indiana University), “Domesticating Wagner: Heroic Subversion in Alexander Zemlinsky's Der Traumgörge”
February 11: GTA Symposium previews—Nathan Lam (Indiana University), "Jean Langlais's Sharpwise Inflections"; and Craig Duke (Indiana University), "Three Composers' Approaches to the 'English' Dorian Mode"
February 25: Jessica Sommer (Indiana University), "Flowing like a Fountain: Musical Motion Redefined"
March 4: Work-in-Progress Workshop