UCLA faculty, emeriti, graduate students and alumni represented UCLA Musicology at the national American Musicological Society meeting in San Francisco, CA from November 10th-November 13th, 2012.

The schedule of UCLA presenters/moderators were as follows:

Thursday, November 10th:

Emeriti Professor, Frank D’Accone:  “Liturgy, Polyphony, and Tradition: An Episcopal Entrance into Florence in 1567”

Hyun Kyong Chang : The Meaning of Piano in Colonial Korea: Womanhood and Nationalism in Yi Kwangsu’s Fiction”

Friday, November 11th:

Professor Robert Fink,  Chair of Highbrow/Nobrow Panel

Alumna, Julianne Lindberg, “Satie’s Looking Glass World: Pedagogy, Play, and the Future of France”

Saturday, November 12th:

Joanna Love-Tulloch:  “When Soda Met Pop: Representing Michael Jackson and His Music in Pepsi’s 1984 Campaign”

Zarah Ersoff: “’Succumbing to the Orient’: Homoerotic Orientalism and the Arabesque in Ravel’s Shéhérazade

 

** First ever all University of California Party from 10:00pm- 1:00am**


Sunday, November 13th:

Professor Elisabeth Le Guin: Chair of Instruments from the Inside Out Panel

Professor Raymond Knapp: “Getting off the Trolley: Musicals contra Cinematic Reality”

Professor Olivia Bloechl: “The Tormenting Orchestra”

Alumnus, Eric J. Wang:  “The Quiet Hand: Aesthetics of Bodily Decorum in the Keyboard Music of François Couperin”

 

More information can be found at: http://www.ams-net.org/sanfrancisco/