Indiana University

Musicology Department

Colloquium

Musicology Department Colloquium Series

Fridays, 12:30-1:30 PM, M267

Spring 2014
  • January 17: Halina Goldberg, “‘On the Wings of the Beautiful Towards the Radiant Spheres of the Infinite’: Maskilic Views on Liturgical Music in 19th-Century Warsaw”

  • January 24: No colloquium

  • January 31: Professional development event—“Get a Job!”

  • February 7: Daniel R. Melamed, “Did J. S. Bach’s Listeners Analyze?”

  • February 14: Marcin Konik (Jagiellonian University), "Cosmology of 16th-Century Music Treatises"

  • February 21: Professional development event—“Get a Grant!”

  • February 28: Molly Ryan, “The Motet and Savonarolan Spirituality in Florence, ca. 1530”

  • March 7 (Society for American Music meeting): No colloquium

  • March 14: Matthew Leone, “Albert Lortzing’s Szenen aus Mozarts Leben: A Reading of Mozart’s Myth and Music”

  • March 21 (Spring Break): No colloquium

  • March 28: Ayana Smith, “Specularity: La forza della virtù (Venice, 1693) and the Reflected Gaze”

  • April 4: Laura Stokes, “Felix Mendelssohn’s Deutsche Liturgie and
    the Medievalist Political Imagination”

  • April 11: Giovanni Zanovello, “Jacobetus, Marchetus, Perinus, and Other Little Ones: For a Small-Men Music History of the Padua Cathedral”

  • April 18: Virginia Whealton, “Henri Herz’s Mes Souvenirs de Voyage en Amérique and Mes Voyages en Amériques: Autobiographical Self-Fashioning within the Genre of Travel Literature”

  • April 25: Marysol Quevedo, "Experimental Music for the People: Avant-garde Composition in Post-1959 Cuba"

  • May 2: Information session on the MA Exam

Colloquium Talks from Previous Years