Wednesday, 5 June (Morning)

Wednesday, 5 June (Afternoon) →

Wednesday, 5 June (Morning)


(Note that Congress registration badges and packets are to be picked up at the Congress Hub in the AMS Nest building)

8:30-9am     OPENING REMARKS (Roy Barnett Hall)

9-11am        SESSION 1

1.1 Musical Perception and the Emotional Life of Videogames (Room 339)
   Chair: Stephanie Lind (Queen's University)

A Musical Identity Crisis: Communicating Morality and Humanity in War Games
    Stephanie Lind, Queen's University

“Epic” Orchestration in First-Person Shooters
    Andrew Bennett, Queen's University

Donkey Kong Country(1994)’s Use of Progressive Rock Style
   Brooke Spencer, Queen's University

Music and Time Perception in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017)
   Kaitlin Saari, Queen's University

Please note that the four papers in this session will be presented back to back, with time for questions after the last paper.

1.2 Music in France (Room 116)
   Chair: Jon-Tomas Godin (Brandon University)

On Auditors and Spectators: Tracing the “Pre-Cinematic” Sensibility in Nineteenth-Century French Critical Discourse
   Catrini Flint de Médicis, Vanier College

Mystery and Musical Style in Debussy’s Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien
   Geoffrey Wilson, University of Calgary

Less Parry than Riposte: one Gallic Response
   Gregory Marion, University of Saskatchewan

Honegger’s and Obey’s Running Ghosts: 800 mètres, Music, and Sport
   Federico Lazzaro, University of Ottawa

1.3 Lecture Recitals and Mini Concerts I (Room 116)
   Chair: Terence Dawson (University of British Columbia)

Lecture Recital: Music Unearthed from the Silk Road
   Nathania Ko, University of British Columbia

Mini Concert: Music for a Big Sky: Piano Works from Western Canada
   Stephen Runge, Mount Allison University

Mini Concert: The Unconventional Trio: Music for Trumpet, Bass Trombone and Piano
   Josh Davies, Nick Sullivan, and Deanna Oye; University of Lethbridge

11-11:30am     COFFEE BREAK (Lobby)

11:30-12:30    SESSION 2

2.1 Opera: Wagner and After (Room 116)
   Chair: Claudio Vellutini (University of British Columbia)

“Wandering through the shadows”: Modernism, Late Romanticism, and Dvořák’s Rusalka in the Contemporary Czech Press
   Eva Branda, Wilfrid Laurier University

Understanding Wagner’s Orchestration through the Orchesterskizze for Tristan und Isolde
   Julie Anne Nord, Western University

2.2 Music and the Visual Arts (Room 113)
   Chair: Ariane Couture (Université Laval)

Painting as the Other: The Formation of Music’s New Identity in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries
   Morteza Abedinifard, University of Alberta

Embodied Sonorities versus Conceptual Sounds: A Reading of Music (1920) by Florine Stettheimer as a Visual Conversation with Marcel Duchamp
   Cintia Cristia, Ryerson University/University of Toronto Scarborough

2.3 Film Series I (Room 339)

Boya Boya (Shine Shine) 18m 21s
   Karen Boswall, University of Sussex

Rehavi (Timekeepers) 23m 6s
   Juan Castrillon, University of Pennsylvania

12:30-2pm     LUNCH BREAK (on own)

Wednesday, 5 June (Afternoon) →

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