for Papers (deadline 10 December):
Conference on Music Analysis
message to all members of SMI, from Áine Heneghan.
If you wish to respond, contact Áine at firstname.lastname@example.org --------------
** Call for Papers ** Dublin International Conference on Music Analysis University
College Dublin, Ireland 23rd25th June 2005 The Dublin International Conference
on Music Analysis will be held in University College Dublin, Ireland, from
23rd to 25th June 2005.
The conference will be hosted by the Department of Music, University College
Dublin, in association with the School of Music at Trinity College Dublin, the
Society for Musicology in Ireland, and the Society for Music Analysis. Keynote
addresses will be given by Carl Schachter (Distinguished Professor Emeritus
of Queens College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York)
and Nicolas Meeùs (Directeur, UFR de Musique et Musicologie, Université
de Paris Sorbonne).
The Programme Committee invites proposals for individual papers and panel sessions
on any topic relating to music analysis. Proposals in the following subject
areas are particularly welcome: - Musical form, including the Austro-Germanic
_Formenlehre_ tradition and the theory of deformation - Neo-Riemannian
theory and transformational networks - Contemporary and electro-acoustic music
Proposals for individual presentations should be in the form of an abstract
of 500700 words and should contain a clear outline of the papers
aims and subject matter, a description of its research findings, and an assessment
of its contribution and significance to scholarship. Proposals for panel sessions
should include an abstract of 500 words demonstrating the rationale for the
session, as well as an abstract for each paper conforming to the above guidelines.
papers will be limited to 30 minutes duration. Proposals should be submitted
by e-mail to both Julian Horton (email@example.com) and Áine Heneghan
(firstname.lastname@example.org). Attachments (in Word) are preferred for the text of abstracts;
please include a plain-text version in the body of the e-mail. All proposals
will be acknowledged. Deadline for proposals: Friday, 10th December 2004 Conference
organisers: Julian Horton (University College Dublin) and Áine Heneghan
(Trinity College, Dublin).
full programme will be announced by February 2005.