2006: Calvin College

FMCS Calvin College 2006

Friday Sessions

Session 1 (1:00 – 2:30)
Musical Performance in Ecclesiastical Context

Music as Local Praxis: Liturgical Music at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Durham, NC

Douglas Shadle, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

What the Dutch Sang in Brazil

Dorotéa Kerr, Instituto de Artes da Universida de Estadual Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil, and Any Raquel Carvalho, Instituto de Artes da Universida de Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Session 2 (2:45-4:15)
Topics in Music before 1600

Peñalosa’s Passion: The Influence of Rhetoric and Humanism on In passione positus and Transeunte Domino Iesu

Alyson Payne, Bowling Green State University

Reading the Song: On the Development of Musical Syntax, Notation And Compositional Autonomy: A Comparative Study of Hebrew Bible Cantillation and Ninth Century Plainchant from St. Gallen

Dániel Péter Biró, University of Victoria

Session 3 (4:30-6:00)
Music, Mysticism, and Ineffability

The Relationship of Music, Theology, and Ineffability in J. S. Bach’s Cantatas

Elizabeth Joyce, Brandeis University

To Compose Heaven: Paradiso Portrayed (or Not) in Dante, Liszt, and Pacini

Charles Freeman, Palm Beach Atlantic University

Session 4 (7:30-9:00)
Music and the Formation of Religious Humanity

Samuel “Golden Rule” Jones and the Place of Music in Urban Reform

Mary Natvig, Bowling Green State University

The Wesleys, Jung, and Wittgenstein: Unlikely Intersections in Aesthetics, Ethics, and Music Education

Stanley C. Pelkey, Western Michigan University

Saturday Sessions

Session 5 (8:30-10:00)
Christianity and the Music Industry

“I Can Change”—But Maybe Not Too Much, or Mediating the Tension between Gospel and Hip Hop on John Legend’s Get Lifted

Francine Fledderus, Toronto, Canada

Sheep in Wolves Clothing: Appropriation and Adaptation of Imagery in “Heavenly Metal”

Eric S. Strother, University of Kentucky

Session 6 (10:30-12:45)
Hidden‑-and Not So Hidden‑‑Agendas

Anti-Jewish Triumphalism in Handel’s Messiah

Michael Marissen, Swarthmore College

A Man For All Seasons: Scoring Hagiography

Linda K. Schubert, Anderson University

The Religious Substance of Charles Ives

John-Bede Pauley, St. John’s Abbey, Collegeville, MN/Indiana University