Sessions at Seventh International Conference on Music since 1900 & the International Conference of the Society for Music Analysis on Sunday 31st July

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  • Parallel session 7 (Jack Hylton Room): Cage and Zappa

    by Rebecca Sau-Woon Au, Joti Rockwell and Luk Vaes

    Luk Vaes (Orpheus Institute, Belgium) For prepared pianist: meeting the challenge of performing Cage’s solo prepared piano pieces.

    Rebecca Sau-Woon Au (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
    Chance–“Change”— Cage and the I Ching

    Joti Rockwell (Pomona College, California, USA)
    “While You Were Art”: Frank Zappa, the Synclavier, and the Construction of New Music

    At 9:00am to 11:00am, Sunday 31st July

    In Jack Hylton Room, Great Hall Complex, Lancaster University

  • Parallel Session 7 (LICA A05): Harmonic Practices

    by Hoi-Yan Wendy Wong, Vincent Benitez, Russell Knight and Robert Riggs

    Robert Riggs (University of Mississippi, USA)
    Leon Kirchner’s Late Style: Forbidden by the Devil

    Vincent Benitez (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
    Harmony and Transformational Voice Leading in the Later Music of Olivier Messiaen

    Russell Knight (University of California, Santa Barbara and Northern Arizona University)
    Linear Formations in Atonal Music: Diachronic Constructions

    Hoi-Yan Wendy Wong (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
    Diversified Twelve-Tone Techniques in the Music of Luo Zhongrong

    At 9:00am to 11:00am, Sunday 31st July

    In A05 LICA Building, Lancaster University

  • Parallel Session 7 (LICA A27): Lateness and Abstraction

    by Ivana Medić, Nicholas Reyland, Lisa Jakelski, Martha Sprigge and Bogumiła Mika

    Martha Sprigge (University of Chicago, USA)
    Recovering Memories, Representing Loss:
    Ritual and Recurrence in the Mourning Music of Arvo Pärt and Giya Kancheli
    Chair: Nicholas Reyland (Keele University)

    Ivana Medić (University of Manchester, UK)
    ‘The Twilight Of Gods’: The Employment of Monograms in Alfred Schnittke’s Third Symphony

    Lisa Jakelski (Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, USA)
    Witold Lutosławski and the Ethics of Abstraction

    Bogumiła Mika (University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland)
    Playing with Times. Polish Sur-conventionalism of the 1980s

    At 9:00am to 11:00am, Sunday 31st July

    In A27 Event Space, LICA Building, Lancaster University

  • Parallel Session 7 (LICA A29): Canons and Margins

    by Liam Maloy, Anne Desler, Alisun Pawley, Lauren Redhead and Daniel Müllensiefen

    Anne Desler (University of Glasgow, UK)
    History Without Royalty - Why Queen Don't Rock Academia

    Lauren Redhead (University of Leeds, UK)
    Relational Aesthetics and the Western Canon of Increasingly Historical Works

    Liam Maloy (University of Liverpool, Institute of Popular Music, UK)
    ‘Most parents were children long ago’: Subversion in children’s music

    Alisun R. Pawley (University of York, UK) and Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK)
    An empirical field study on sing-along behaviour in the North of England.

    At 9:00am to 11:00am, Sunday 31st July

    In A29 LICA Building, Lancaster University

  • Parallel Session 7 (Nuffield Theatre): Approaches to Opera

    by Lydia Rilling, Emma Gallon, Emily Richmond Pollack and Jeongwon Joe

    Emily Richmond Pollock (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
    The Significance of Nonsense: Boris Blacher’s Abstrakte Oper Nr. 1

    Lydia Rilling
 (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
    Amanda and Amando: Poetics of Love in Avant-garde Operas from the 1960s and 1970s

    Jeongwon Joe (University of Cincinnati, USA)
    Beyond Meaning: Voice as a Geno-song in Contemporary Opera

    Emma Gallon (Lancaster University, UK)
    ‘The island’s full of noises, sounds and voices’: Bakhtin’s chronotope and the desert island in Thomas Adès’s The Tempest

    At 9:00am to 11:00am, Sunday 31st July

    In Nuffield Theatre, Great Hall Complex, Lancaster University

  • Plenary Session 5: Analysing Jazz on Audiovisual Resources

    by Björn Heile, Peter Elsdon, Paul McIntyre and Jenny Doctor

    Analysing Jazz on Audiovisual Resources: Performance, Embodiment and Mediatised Representations

    Peter Elsdon (Hull University, UK)
    Jenny Doctor (York University, UK)
    Björn Heile (Glasgow University, UK)
    Paul McIntyre (Sussex University, UK)

    At 11:30am to 1:30pm, Sunday 31st July

    In A27 Event Space, LICA Building, Lancaster University