Saturday midday, November 7, 1–1:50 CST
Russian Music Theory Interest Group
Ellen Bakulina (University of North Texas), Chair
The Russian IG meeting will consist of four lightning talks. These papers were accepted through a peer-review process, and the reviewing committee consisted of Inessa Bazayev, Simon Prosser, and Ellen Bakulina.
Attingent Harmonic Function in Zara Levina’s Poem for Viola and Piano
Christopher Segall is Associate Professor of Music Theory at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati. He is contributing co-editor, with Inessa Bazayev, of Analytical Approaches to 20th-Century Russian Music (Routledge, 2020). His research on Russian music theory, musical transformation, and formal function appears in the Journal of Music Theory, Journal of Musicology, Music Theory Online, Music Theory and Analysis, Theoria, Theory and Practice, and Music and Politics.
Ivan Wyschnegradsky and the Enigma of Modern Music
Twelve-Tone Technique as a Formal Device in the Works of Shostakovich
Musical Forces in the Serial Music of Igor Stravinsky