Society for Music Theory
39th Annual Meeting

Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel
Vancouver, BC
November 3–6

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We look forward to seeing you next year in Arlington!

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Friday, November 7

(All times are PST)

9:00-12am - New Perspectives in the History of Music Theory

Susannah Clark (Harvard University), Chair

Maryam A. Moshaver (University of Alberta) Rameau, the Subjective Body, and the Forms of Theoretical Representation

August Sheehy (Stony Brook University) A. B. Marx and the Politics of Sonata Form

Rodney Garrison (SUNY Fredonia) Schenker’s Elucidations on Unfolding Compound Voices from Der Tonwille 6 (1923) to Der freie Satz (1935)

Áine Heneghan (University of Michigan) Rethinking Repetition: Schoenberg and the “endless reshaping of a basic shape”

2:00-5:00pm - Meters in Global Perspective

Noriko Manabe (Temple University), Chair

Chris Stover (The New School) Timeline Spaces: A Theory of Temporal Process in African Drum/Dance Music

Fernando Benadon (American University) Polymetric Phrasing in Rumba’s Quinto

Daniel Goldberg (Yale University) What’s the Meter of Elenino Horo? Rhythm and Timing in Drumming for a Bulgarian Folk Dance

Peter Selinsky (Yale University) Conceptualizing Meter in Early Indojazz

8:00–9:30pm - Analyzing Beethoven

Alexander Rehding (Harvard University), Chair

John Z. McKay (University of South Carolina) Formalizing the Eroica: The E Minor Theme and the Structure of Analytical Revolutions

Mark Evan Bonds (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Positively Ironic: Beethoven’s “Serioso” String Quartet in F minor, op. 95

9:30-11pm - Performance and Analysis

Alan Dodson (University of British Columbia), Chair

Andrew M. Friedman (Harvard University) Reimagining (Motivic) Analysis in Light of Performance

Su Yin Mak (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Communications about Musical Structure in Professional String Quartet Rehearsal

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