FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 2014, 7 30 a m 5 00 p m Conference Registration Natalie L Haslam Music Center First Floor. 8 00 a m Concurrent Sessions,Powell Recital Hall Room 101. Session Chair Ann Silverberg Austin Peay State University. Bach and the Breath of God Pentecostal Rhetoric in the Prelude and Fugue in D Major BWV 532. Douglas Buchanan Peabody Conservatory of Music, Benjamin Britten s Realizations of Henry Purcell Songs Two of England s Finest Composers in a. Single Repertoire,Stephen Bomgardner Drury University not attending. Rebecca Coberly University of Texas Pan American, Daniel Hunter Holly University of Texas Brownsville. Juan Pablo Andrade University of Texas Brownsville. Session Chair Kim Wangler Appalachian State University. Fulfilling STEM Objectives through Improvisation and Composition in Elementary Music. Eric Branscome Austin Peay State University, Teaching Upside Down Inverting the Classroom to Create Significant Learning Experiences. Linda K Thompson and Diette Ward Lee University, Session Chair Paul Osterfield Middle Tennessee State University. The Hunt for Form in Wolfgang Rihm s String Quartet no 9 Quartettsatz. Robert Baker Catholic University of America, The Art Of Collaborating in the 21st Century Supporting Your Local Composers. Liana Valente Centreville Virginia,9 05 a m Concurrent Sessions. Powell Recital Hall Room 101, Session Chair Thomas Dempster South Carolina State University. The Chamber Music for String Instruments of the Ecuadorian Composer Luis Humberto Salgado. Three Years of Discoveries,Juan Carlos Ortega Ohio State University. Mei Hsuan Huang Iowa State University, Session Chair Brendan McConville University of Tennessee Knoxville. Schoenberg s Grundgestalt and Scriabin s Etudes Opus 8 An Analysis. Laura Mason Knoxville Tennessee,Baccalaureate Degrees in the Field of Jazz. Jeremy Carter West Virginia University, Ruskin Cooper Outstanding Student Paper Award Finalist. Session Chair Carys Kunze Appalachian State University. The Language of Johannes Brahms s Theme and Variation A Study of His Chamber Works for. Joanna Pepple Florida State University,Southern Chapter Student Paper Contest Finalist. Contemporary Musicianship The Integration of Popular Music and Culture into the Music Theory. Bradley Green and Jennifer Sterling Snodgrass Appalachian State University. Choral Room Room 12, Session Chair Gene Peterson University of Tennessee Knoxville. Common Core State Standards Implications for Music Methods Courses. Sarah E Burns Freed Hardeman University,The Intrinsic Value of Performance. Julia Mortyakova Mississippi University for Women,10 10 a m Concurrent Sessions. Session Chair Robert Baker Catholic University of America. A Theory of Bi Tonal Quartal Harmony Concepts and Applications in Music Composition. Bruce P Mahin Radford University, The Larsen Motive Evolving Motivic Connectivity in Libby Larsen s Corker Slang and String. Symphony III, Shelise Washington University of Tennessee Knoxville. Session Chair Barbara Murphy University of Tennessee Knoxville. The Music Man As American As Apple Pie Or Is It, La Wanda Blakeney Louisiana State University Shreveport. The French Connection Stravinsky and Les Apaches,Michael Palmese University of Miami. Skype Session Barbara Murphy,Session Chair Omri Shimron Elon University. Five Part Rondo Form Teaching More with Less, John Ferri University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Skype Presentation Omri Shimron,Concurrent Collaborative Analysis. John Leupold Washington College, Jennifer Sterling Snodgrass Appalachian State University. 11 15 a m Keynote Address by Doc Severinsen, Session Chair David Royse University of Tennessee Knoxville. Sandra G Powell Recital Hall,Natalie L Haslam Music Center. 12 20 p m CMS Composers Concert 1, Featuring new works for jazz ensemble and combo performed by the UT Big Band and UT Jazz. Session Chair Paul Osterfield Middle Tennessee State University. Sandra G Powell Recital Hall,Natalie L Haslam Music Center. In Dreams Roger W Petersen Del Mar College,University of Tennessee Concert Choir. Gene Peterson conductor, Nasty Blues Pete McGuinness William Patterson University. Gato Rayado Michael Kocour Arizona State University. Boogaloo Clarence Hines University of North Florida. University of Tennessee Jazz Big Band,Keith Brown conductor. Como Sea Michael Geib University of Central Oklahoma. University of Tennessee Jazz Combo, Kyle Bothof saxophone Tylar Bullion trombone Geoff Deane piano. Kevin Nolan guitar Matt Nelson bass Garritt Tillman drums. Category 4 Jeff Jarvis California State University Long Beach. The Mild Mild Midwest Mike Conrad Waterloo Iowa,University of Tennessee Jazz Big Band. Keith Brown conductor, the home of Happy Feet Jeff Rupert University of Central Florida. University of Tennessee Jazz Combo, Kyle Bothof saxophone Tylar Bullion trombone Geoff Deane piano. Kevin Nolan guitar Matt Nelson bass Garritt Tillman drums. Door Number Four John Mills University of Texas Austin. University of Tennessee Jazz Big Band,Keith Brown conductor. 1 25 p m Concurrent Sessions,Session Chair Terry McRoberts Union University. Enhancing the Applied Studio Repertoire with the Music of William Grant Still. Karen H Garrison and Liza Weisbrod Auburn University. Using Music and Sound for Physical Healing A Historical Perspective From Ancient. Civilizations to Current Practice, Kim L Wangler Lynde Wangler and Amanda Vollrath Appalachian State University. Session Chair La Wanda Blakeney Louisiana State University Shreveport. Out of the Archives into the Classroom New Models for Music Learning and Research. Deborah Schwartz Kates University of Miami, A Turn in Music Education The Tanglewood Symposium. Lydia Kabalen University of Tennessee Knoxville,Southern Chapter Student Paper Contest Finalist. Skype Theory Session, Session Chair Brendan McConville University of Tennessee Knoxville. Acquisition of Keyboard Skills through Bart k s Mikrokosmos A Pilot Study. Courtenay L Harter Rhodes College, Reflections on Reflections of Serialism Three Metaphors that Enhance Student Learning. Keith P Salley Shenandoah Conservatory,2 30 p m CMS Composers Concert 3. Session Chair Dennis Kam,Sandra G Powell Recital Hall. Natalie L Haslam Music Center, Deep 7 Scenes of Underwater Exploration Peter Learn University of Miami. Shelley Binder University of Tennessee Knoxville flute. Fay Adams University of Tennessee Knoxville piano, No Balm in Gilead Michael Rickelton Peabody Conservatory of Music. Marjorie Bennett Stephens University of Tennessee Knoxville soprano. Cecily Nall University of Tennessee Knoxville soprano. Lorraine DiSimone University of Tennessee Knoxville mezzo soprano. Andrew Skoog University of Tennessee Knoxville tenor. Andrew Wentzel University of Tennessee Knoxville narrator. Kevin Class University of Tennessee Knoxville piano. Duet for Quartet Philip Schuessler Southeastern Louisiana University. University of Tennessee Percussion Ensemble,Andrew Bliss conductor. The Book of the Living Mark Volker Belmont University. Alyssa Volker mezzo soprano,Mark Volker Belmont University guitar. Images of Isabella s Dream Ivan Elezovic Jackson State University. Two channel audio, to correspond with sparrows Thomas Dempster South Carolina State University. i gleeful sparrows and telegraph lines,ii seeing into tomorrow. iii a bell in soft twilight,iv blacksmithing the crescent moon. v trilling sparrows,vi noisy sparrows fall silent,vii autumn pine. viii twisting tendrils in sunshine sparrows return. Jessica Dunnavant Middle Tennessee State University flute. Paula Van Goes Middle Tennessee State University alto saxophone. Five Preludes for Piano Roger Vogel University of Georgia. I Allegro con brio,IV Adagio espressivo,V Allegro appasionato. Kristian Klefstad Belmont University piano, Ala Barocca Gregory Carroll University of North Carolina Greensboro. Keith McClelland University of Tennessee Knoxville bassoon. Fay Adams University of Tennessee Knoxville piano, Beauty is Not Enough Suzanne Seals University of Georgia. 1 Spring b 1983, Southern Chapter Student Composition Contest Finalist. Caitlin Bolden Carson Newman University alto,stereophonic digital playback. 2 30 p m Concurrent Sessions, Session Chair Eric Branscome Austin Peay State University. Pedagogical Strategies for Children with Special Needs. Melissa Martiros Martin Methodist College, Meet the Community Presenting Music in Meaningful Ways. Ashley Danyew Eastman School of Music, Haslam Music Center Hallway 2nd Floor Poster Session ADDED SESSION. Session Chair Deborah Schwartz Kates University of Miami. Improvisation in Group Piano Curricula A 10 Year Study. Mark Laughlin Georgia Southwestern State University. The Beginning Piano Artistry Method,Patricia Carter University of Tennessee Knoxville. Achievement Goals of College Musicians and the Implications for Music Educators. David Wilson Appalachian State University,The Power of Group Dynamics in Musical Ensembles. Carys Kunze Appalachian State University, George Whitefield Chadwick and the Creation of an American School of Music. Kathryn White Mercer University,Movement in Piano Playing. Ka Man Melody Ng University of Alabama Huntsville,Joshua Straub University of Texas Austin. Inviting the Widest Possible Audience An Analysis of Community Outreach and. Engagement Techniques Used to Introduce Classical Music to New Listeners. Valentin Mihai Bogdan Mississippi University for Women. 3 35 p m Concurrent Sessions,Session Chair John Turner High Point University. Violin Treasures Unveiled Bulgarian Pedagogical Methods and Literature for Developing. Violinists, Miroslav P Hristov and Maria N Hristov University of Tennessee Knoxville. Pedagogical and Performance Aspects of Folk Music,Ka Man Ng University of Alabama Huntsville. Nicholas Reynolds University of Texas Austin,8 00 p m CMS Composers Concert 4. Session Chair Brendan McConville University of Tennessee Knoxville. James R Cox Auditorium,Alumni Memorial Building,1408 Middle Drive. Evening Canticles David Pegel University of Miami,I Magnificat. Southern Chapter Student Composition Contest Finalist. University of Tennessee Chamber Singers,Angela Batey conductor. John Brock organ,Trepidations Doug Harbin Arizona State University. David Brunell University of Tennessee Knoxville piano. David Northington University of Tennessee Knoxville piano. Valence IV Robert A Baker Catholic University of America. University of Tennessee Contemporary Music Ensemble. Andrew Bliss conductor, The Gathering Jonathan McNair University of Tennessee Chattanooga. 1 Gathering b 1959,2 Solemn Prayer, Nikolasa Tejero University of Tennessee Chattanooga clarinet bass clarinet. Heather Small University of Tennessee Chattanooga flute alto flute. Caterina Bristol Alabama State University oboe, Desert Games Nicola Straffelini Riva del Garda Italy. Murphy Ryan Olson,Wendy Andrea Markowitz, Dr Bernadette Lo The University of the South Sewanee coach pianist. University of Tennessee Opera Theatre,Kevin Class Music Director Conductor. James Marvel Director of Opera,Intermission, Manhattan Ted King Smith University of Missouri Kansas City. I Grand Central b 1988,University of Tennessee Symphonic Band. Michael Stewart conductor, The Doc Severinsen International Composition Contest. Awards Presentation,Doc Severinsen,Jeffrey Pappas Director of the School of Music. University of Tennessee Knoxville, Jennifer Sterling Snodgrass Vice President of The College Music Society. Appalachian State University, Ann Silverberg President of the Southern Chapter of The College Music Society. Austin Peay State University,Contest Winners, Third Place The Doc Severinsen International Composition Contest. Up All Night Eric Knechtges Northern Kentucky University. Gabriel DiMartino trumpet,University of Tennessee Wind Ensemble. Donald Ryder conductor, Second Place The Doc Severinsen International Composition Contest. The Tao of Infinity Daniel McCarthy University of Akron. Vince DiMartino trumpet,University of Tennessee Symphony Orchestra. James Fellenbaum conductor, First Place The Doc Severinsen International Composition Contest. Concerto Alfresco Peter Lieuwen Texas A M University. Allen Vizzutti trumpet,University of Tennessee Symphony Orchestra. James Fellenbaum conductor, Commissioned By Doc Severinsen and the University of Tennessee. Joy Ride Peter Lieuwen Texas A M University,Doc Severinsen trumpet. Alen Vizzutti trumpet,Vince DiMartino trumpet,Gabriel DiMartino trumpet. Cathy Leach trumpet,SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 2014, 7 30 a m 10 a m Conference Registration Natalie L Haslam Music Center First Floor. 8 00 a m Business Meetings of CMS Southern and Mid Atlantic Chapters. Room 25 Mid Atlantic Chapter Business Meeting,Room 68 Southern Chapter Business Meeting. 9 05 a m Concurrent Sessions,Room 244 ATMI Session. Session Chair Brendan McConville University of Tennessee Knoxville. Using Ableton Live as a Generative Music Device in the Classroom. Todd Campbell Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Online and Happy Instruction Tools You Need To Get Started and Up To Speed. Fred Kersten Boston University, Room 68 Southern Chapter and Mid Atlantic Chapter National Topic Discussion. Confluence Music Culture and Community, Moderators Ann Silverberg Austin Peay State University and John Turner High Point University. 10 10 a m Concurrent Sessions,Powell Recital Hall Room 101. Session Chair Peter Learn University of Miami, Wang Xi Lin Human Suffering and Compositional Trends in Twenty First Century China. John O Robison University of South Florida, Repertoire and Curriculum that Shape the Collegiate Singer. Katherine Eberle Fink University of Iowa, Session Chair Julia Mortyakova Mississippi University for Women. Gender Distribution History of Women in the College Band. Natalie Renfroe University of Tennessee Knoxville,Southern Chapter Student Paper Contest Finalist. The Dalcroze Method Integration Into American Music Education. Amanda Lovell University of Tennessee Knoxville,Room 244 ATMI Session. Session Chair Barbara Murphy University of Tennessee Knoxville. Rocking the Web Teaching Music Appreciation Online. Scott Lipscomb University of Minnesota,Cloud Applications and Google Drive. Martin Camacho Zavaleta and Caterina Bristol Alabama State University. 11 15 a m Concurrent Sessions,Powell Recital Hall Room 101. Session Chair Paul Osterfield Middle Tennessee State University. Songs of the Fisherman An Opera Ballet Hybrid, Brian Arreola Miranora Frisch and Kirsten Swanson University of North Carolina Charlotte. Neglected Masterpieces A Closer Look at Mendelssohn s Variations Serieuses. Ryan Fogg Carson Newman University,Room 244 ATMI Session. Session Chair Fred Kersten Boston University,What is the Next Musician. Keith Mason Belmont University, The Effect of a Concurrent Feedback Computer Game on Pitch Matching Skills. Andrew S Paney University of Mississippi, Session Chair Kristian Klefstad Belmont University. Two Roads Diverged in a Wood A Little Night Music and A Little Morning Theory Should. We Take the One Less Traveled By OR How Theory Helps Students Perform More Musically. David Brunell University of Tennessee Knoxville, Teaching Improvisation through Awareness of Meter Scales and Chords. Terry McRoberts Union University, 12 15 p m Annual Luncheon featuring jazz legend Donald Brown and the University of. Tennessee Jazz Faculty performing the music of Donald Brown. Session Chair Barbara Murphy University of Tennessee Knoxville. UT Black Cultural Center,1800 Melrose Avenue,2 00 p m Final Sessions. Session Chair Barbara Murphy University of Tennessee Knoxville. The Hippest Etudes in Town Twenty Six Etudes for Solo Piano Part II by H Leslie Adams. Thomas Otten University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Finding the Voices of the Philippines A Cursory Glance at Philippine Music History and. Influences with Compositional Examples,Gene Peterson University of Tennessee Knoxville. 2 00 p m Performers Concert,Session Chair Mark Volker Belmont University. Sandra G Powell Recital Hall,Natalie L Haslam Music Center. Ballyhoo Seth Custer Bob Jones University,Moriah Custer piano. Three Portraits Elliott Miles McKinley University of Tennessee Knoxville. I July Watercolor b 1969, Victor Chavez University of Tennessee Knoxville clarinet. Jeffrey Brannen University of Tennessee Knoxville violin. Wesley Baldwin University of Tennessee Knoxville cello. Grace Lee University of Tennessee Knoxville piano,Invocation Lonnie Hevia Towson University. Miroslav Hristov University of Tennessee Knoxville violin.
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