Thursday, November 4, 12:45 ET

12:45-2:15 ET


Robert Hatten, Chair

  • Kyle Hutchinson, Black Narratives in the White Racial Frame: Dialogue, Persistence, and Structure in Florence Price’s Piano Sonata in E Minor
  • David Orvek, “Like a Piece of Woven Material”: Unity and Organicism in Elizabeth Maconchy's String Quartet No. 11
  • Lindsey Reymore, A Timbral-Motivic Analysis of Obermüller’s different forms of phosphorus for Solo English Horn
Flexible Themes and Forms

Peter Smucker, Chair

  • Joan Huguet, Montage Form and the Evolution of the Musical Theater Ensemble
  • Christopher Gage, Filling in the Blanks: Formal Ambiguity in Game Show Themes of the 1970s
  • Nathaniel Mitchell, Variations on a Theme by K. K. Slider: Variation Sets and the Hourly Music of Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Songs In Flux

Christine Boone, Chair

  • Clare Sher Ling Eng, Exploring A Rhizomatic Model of Engaging Non-Canonic Music with Teresa Teng’s “Hai Yun” as Intertext
  • Micheal Sebulsky, Improvised Structures in the Music of the Dave Matthews Band
  • Stephen A. Spencer, Textural Problematics in The Jesus and Mary Chain’s Psychocandy
Sonata Forms

Joel Galand, Chair

  • Desirée Mayr, Sonata Form Through the Eyes of Leopoldo Miguéz
  • Graham G. Hunt, Redundant, Lesser, and Inconvenient Sonata-Rondo Forms?: Mozart’s and Haydn’s Late 18th-Century Rondo Finales Revisited
  • Alexis Millares Thomson, Form-Functional Roles of the Symphonic Motto

12:45-4:00 ET

Whose Voices? Epistemic Injustice and Exclusion in Music Academia

Sponsored by the Committee on Accessibility and Disability
Anabel Maler (University of Iowa), Chair and Organizer

  • Stefan Sunandan Honisch, Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Measures
  • Richard Beaudoin, ‘We like no noise, unless we make it ourselves’: Music Theory’s (Insidious) Norms
  • Stephanie Ban and Andrew Dell’Antonio, Rousseau as Neurodivergent Music Theorist: Thoughts on Disrupting Cognitive Barriers
  • Sumanth Gopinath, Not Doing Music Theory: Reflections on My Path Through (and Around) the Profession
  • Jennifer Iverson, Music Sociality
  • Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, Epistemic Injustice and Deaf ‘Hearers’ of Music