IMS 2017 in Tokyo, Congress Schedule & Room Assignments

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1 IMS 2017 in Tokyo, Congress Schedule & Room Assignments SUNDAY, MARCH 19 16:00-21:00 FP= free papers RT= roundtables SS= study sessions IMS RT=IMS round tables SG= IMS study groups CONCERT / WELCOME PARTY MONDAY, MARCH 20 09:00-09: A B C D E F G H J FP-1A (4) HIGH DRAMA AND ITS SATIRE: FREEDOM, DESIRE, AND DUTY IN THE ROMANTIC ARTIST FP-2A (3) RENAISSANCE THEORY-- EAST AND WEST ATTUNED FP-3A (5) THE DAWN OF OPERA AND EARLY MODERN SINGING FP-1B (4) JAZZ FP-2B (3) ELECTROACOUSTIC TRANSFER FP-3B (5) HAYDN AND BEETHOVEN - IN AND OUT OF CONTEXT FP-1C (4) CHOREOGRAPHING FP-2C (3) THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF IN FRANCE, FP-3C (5) UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES - OLOGY LOOKS AT OLOGY FP-1D (4) META PERSPECTIVES: NEW METHODS AND FRAMEWORKS FP-2D (3) RITUALS: THE SPIRITUAL IN FP-1E (4) NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR OLD KEYNOTE 1 FP-2E (3) ANALYZING OPERA FP-3D (5) OPERA - IN THEORY AND PRACTICE FP-3E (5) COLD WAR ENCOUNTERS FP-1F (4) ETHNOOLOGY - JOURNEYING EAST FP-1G (3) COLONIAL EDUCATION FP-2F (3) WOMEN - A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH FP-2G (3) STAGING THE BAROQUE FP-3F (5) FP-3G (4) EASTERN MEDIEVAL EUROPEAN IN THEORY - EAST AND THE 20TH CENTURY: WEST IDENTITY AND ALTERITY FP-1J (4) AUDIENCE FP-1H (3) RESEARCH RELIGIOUS IN LATIN AMERICA SINCE 1800 FP-2H (3) PERFORMING THE WESTERN IN TAIWAN FP-3H (5) COLONIAL RITES: AND CATHOLICISM IN LATIN AMERICA FP 2J (3) MAKING US WHOLE - AND THE MIND FP-3J (5) THE MANAGEMENT: OFF-STAGE POWER IN US CONCERT LIFE 19:00-21:00 CONCERT

2 MONDAY, MARCH 20 Sogakudo Hall Hall 6 Central LR Rs JOINT SESSION KEYNOTE LECTURE 1 RT-1 INTERCULTURALITY IN SS-1 EAST ASIA ONLINE RESOURCES (Rao) FOR BACH (Tomita) RILM 1 RILM 2 KEYNOTE LECTURE 1 SS 2 TRANSFORMATIONS AND TRANSITIONS IN HISTORICALLY INFORMED (Holden) RT-3 ETA HARICH- SCHNEIDER (Wilson) RT-2 EAST-WEST RUSSIAN OLOGY (Zuk) TRANSMISSION OF KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCATION (La Face Bianconi) (closed meeting, 4 hours, break from 16:00 to 16:30) 19:00-21:00 CONCERT

3 TUESDAY, MARCH A B C D E F G H J FP-4A (4) RENAISSANCE MASSES FP-5A (3) RENAISSANCE THEORY IN COUNTERPOINT FP-6A (5) MEDIEVAL - SECULAR AND SACRED FP-4B (4) ROBERT SCHUMANN AND CLARA'S SCHUMANN FP-5B (3) NO PLACE LIKE HOME: UTOPIA AND THE TRANSCENDENCE OF EAST AND WEST FP-4C (4) FIGHTER PLANES AND BOMBS - JAPAN AND WWII FP-5C (2) AES- THETICS: TIME AND BEING FP-4D (5) SCHOENBERG - SOUNDINGS AND ECHOES FP-5D (3) EDITIONS, COLLECTIONS, CATALOGUES FP-4E (4) AFRICA KEYNOTE 2 SS-3 FP-5F (3) SYMPHONIC TIMBER THE IDEOLOGY OF IN FILM CONCERTS (Rossi) FP-4F (4) HOMELAND (IN)SECURITIES: RE- PLACING AND MEDIA (Wennekes) (3 hours) FP-6B (5) BAROQUE PASSIONS: THE CANTATA AND ORATORIO FP-6C (4) BORDER CROSSINGS IN OPERA FP-6D (5) ANALYZING : HAYDN, MOZART, BEETHOVEN, AND SCHUBERT SS 4 THE IMS MENTORING PROGRAM: AN INTER NATIONAL AND INTER GENERATIONAL INITIA TIVE (Hardie) FP-6F (5) IN FRANCE FP-5G (3) PERFORMING IN PARIS - THE RISE AND FALL OF TECHNIQUE FP-6G (5) BARTÓK - IN THEORY AND PRACTICE, EAST AND WEST FP-4H (5) HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, EVERYWHERE FP-5H (3) LOCATING SOUNDS IN MODERN CHINA FP-6H (5) THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FP-4J (5) THEORY AT WORK: SCALES, INTERVALS, AND RHYTHMIC PATTERNS FP-5J (3) IN FRANCE FP-6J (5) LIVING ON AIR: RADIO AND SOCIETY 19:00-21:00 CONCERT

4 TUESDAY, MARCH 21 Sogakudo Hall Hall 6 Central LR RT-4 WRITING BIOGRAPHY: EAST, WEST, NORTH, AND SOUTH (Shelemay) KEYNOTE LECTURE 2 RIdIM (open) RISM (open) RT-6 REFERENCING EAST/WEST: ENCYCLOPEDIAS (Fruhauf) IMS RT PROPAGANDA FIDE AND RT-5 MIDDLE AGES/ RENAISSANCE ISLAMO- MEDITERRANEAN (Weiss) KEYNOTE LECTURE 2 RT-7 ARABIC PRESENCE IN MIDDLE AGES/RENAISSANCE (Randel) RILM/RIPM JOINT MEETING RILM MIXTE MEETING (closed) RILM MEETING (business, closed) SS-5 DARMSTADT AND AKIYOSHIDAI (Schmidt) COFFEE 15:30 16:00 SS- 6 THE ORIGIN OF KOKYU (Kambe) 19:00-21:00 CONCERT

5 WEDNESDAY, MARCH A B C D E F G H J FP-7A (5) VOICING THE VOICE RT 9, INTEREST, AND THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY THEORY AND PRACTICE (Mathew) RT-8 ENTANGLED HISTORIES (Janz) RT-10 EARLY HISTORY OF GAGAKU AND SHÔ MYÔ (Nelson) FP-7C (5) OPERA - THE JAPANESE CONNECTION FP-8C (5) FP-8D (5) TRAVELER'S TALES - SOUNDSCAPES THE GLOBAL CIRCULATION OF FP-7D (5) FOR THE RECORD FP-7E (5) SCHUBERT - WANDERING FANTASIES FP-8E (5) FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN 18TH-CENTURY CRITICISM AND THEORY IMS GENERAL ASSEMBLY FP-7F (4) DÉTENTE - AL NEGOTIATIONS SHOSTAKOVICH (Fairclough) (3 hours) FP-7G (5) THE SEEN - INTERMEDIAL VISIONS AND ICONOGRAPHY DIGITAL OLOGY (Wiering) (3 hours) FP-7H (5) PHILOSOPHY ON EDGE FP-8H (5) POLITICAL RESONANCES: 20TH- CENTURY IN LATIN AMERICA FP-7J (5) THE PEDAGOGY OF FP-8J (5) POPULAR - IN SEARCH OF IDENTITY

6 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 Sogakudo Hall Hall 6 Central LR RT-11 ICONOGRAPHY RT-12 RT-13 RE-ORIENTING EARLY (Guidobaldi) WAGNERIAN PIONEERS OF AL THOUGHT (3 hours) (jointly with APPROPRIATIONS OLOGY IN (Currie) RIdIM) FROM WEST TO EAST JAPAN AND CHINA (Waltham-Smith) (Wang) RIPM: HOW RIPM WORKS Music Iconography (closed) IMS RT TOWARD A GLOBAL HISTORY OF IMS GENERAL ASSEMBLY CANTUS PLANUS (Borders) (3 hours) RIdIM MEETING (jointly with Music and Iconography) IMS GENERAL ASSEMBLY SS-7 CHINESE "PHANTOM" FILMS (Newark)

7 THURSDAY, MARCH A B C D E F G H J RT-14 OLOGY, DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS (Urchueguia) FP-10A (4) RE-ACITIVATING RT 16 MATERIALS AS A OLOGICAL SOURCE THE BEETHOVEN CASE (Siegert) FP-9B (5) REMNANTS OF A HIGHER : THE FP-9C (4) SOUL, THE COSMOS, AND THEIR AL PRACTICE IN ASIA - AFTERLIFE ANCIENT AND MODERN FP-10B (5) : US STATE OF MIND RT 17 THE ART SONG AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE COLONIAL SETTINGS OF EAST ASIA AND AUSTRALIA (Tokita) FP-10C (5) PATTERNS OF ENLIGHTENMENT FP-11C (5) AND SOCIETY IN MODERN JAPAN FP-9D (5) FILM - THE COMPOSER'S CUT FP-9E (5) ENGAGING THE PAST - IN THEORY AND PRACTICE FP-10D (5) FP-10E (5) FILM AND ORIENTATIONS: JAPAN COMPOSERS GOING EAST AND WEST FP-11D (4) THEORIZING FILM FP-11E (4) ISSUES AND RE- ISSUES IN POPULAR FP-9F EAST IS WEST AND WEST IS EAST RT-15 UTTERANCES OR ASIAN DISCOURSES (Chae) FP-10F (4) FP-10G (5) CULTURAL TRANFERS - TRANSCENDING THE LOCAL FP-11F (5) JAPAN RE-IMAGINED - HAIKU GAGAKU, AND TANGO FORMS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE LATE 20TH- CENTURY? RT 18 CITY SONIC ECOLOGY URBAN SOUNDSCAPES OF BERN, LJUBLJANA, AND BELGRADE (Atanasovski) FP-9H (5) PIONEERS IN MODERN JAPAN FP-10H (5) HISTORICAL S - NOT SO HIP? FP-11H (5) CHINESE TRADITIONAL FP-9J (5) ETHNOOLOGY - EAST-WEST INFLUENCES FP-10J (4) POLITICAL ENTANGLEMENT IN SS-8 CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI AT 450 (Ossi)

8 THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Sogakudo Hall Hall 6 Central LR RT-19 CURRENT SOURCES STUDIES IN BACH RESEARCH (Blanken) RT-21 THE WORKS OF GIUSEPPE VERDI (WGV) IN CONTEXT (Greenwald) RT-23 IN EXILE - EAST MEETS WEST (Anton) RT-22 THEORIZING BY PRACTICING PHILOSOPHY (McAuley) CONCERT RT-20 EARLY IN THE MODAL RHYTHM, EAST NEW WORLD AND WEST (Bermúdez) (Edwards) (open, 3 hours) IMS RT EAST ASIAN OLOGIES IN THE TWENTIETH-FIRST CENTURY (RAEA) SS 9 EAST ASIA AND EUROPE: FROM CULTURAL EXCHANGE TO TRANSLATION AS CULTURE (Markovic) SS-10 BREAKING RULES (Nathan)