Haydn Society of North America

Boston (2019)

HSNA Mini-Conference, Boston
”New Perspectives on
Haydn & C.P.E. Bach”

Wednesday-Thursday

(30-31 October 2019)

Westin Waterfront Hotel

(425 Summer Street Boston, MA)


PANEL #1: GENRE STUDIES (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30)
10:15 - 11:45AM
Chair: Bruce MacIntyre
Room: Otis

  • MOIRA LEANNE HILL
    THE HAMBURG RECEPTION OF HAYDN AND C.P.E. BACH THROUGH THE PASSION SETTINGS OF C.F.G. SCHWENKE

  • CARYL CLARK
    THE PREMIERE OF HAYDN’S ORFEO IN FLORENCE (1951) — A COLD WAR STORY

  • JIM DALTON
    HIN UND ZURUCK: INSIGHTS FROM THE HAYDN AND C.P.E. BACH PALINDROMIC MINUETS

PANEL #2: THE LATE C.P.E. BACH (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30)
2:00 - 4:00PM
Moderator: Paul Corneilson
Room: Otis

  • ULRICH LEISINGER:
    CARL PHILIP EMANUEL BACH’S PERSPECTIVE ON HAYDN AND MOZART

  • DARRELL M. BERG:
    CARL PHILIP EMANUEL BACH’S “KENNER UND LIEBHABER” COLLECTIONS: A SERIES FOR THE DISTANT FUTURE

  • JASON B. GRANT
    RECENTLY IDENTIFIED BORROWINGS IN THE HAMBURG VOCAL MUSIC OF C.P.E. BACH

  • PETER WOLLNY
    ”…THEY CAN BRING ME MUCH HONOR EVEN AFTER MY DEATH”: C.P.E. BACH AS A COMPILER OF HIS ESTATE CATALOGUE

PANEL #3: MUSIC THEORY (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30)
4:15 - 5:15PM
Chair: Alex Ludwig
Room: Otis

  • JAMES MACKAY
    FORMAL FLEXIBILITY AND CHALLENGING CHROMATICISM: HAYDN’S SONATA IN A-FLAT, HOB. XVI: 46/ii — A STUDY IN C.P.E. BACH’S EMPFINDSAMER STIL?

  • ZOE WEISS
    THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING SECOND GROUP: SONATA FORM IN HAYDN’S OP. 64 NO. 1

RECEPTION sponsored by the Packard Humanities Institute, Los Altos California
5:30 - 7:00PM
Room: Revere

KEYNOTE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31
10:00 - 11:00AM
Room: Otis

  • DAVID SCHULENBERG
    C.P.E. BACH AND THE EVOLVING KEYBOARD IDIOMS OF THE LATER EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

PANEL #4: HAYDN AND C.P.E. BACH CONNECTIONS (THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31)
11:15 - 12:15PM
Chair: Melanie Lowe
Room: Otis

  • DANUTA MIRKA
    C.P.E. BACH, JOSEPH HAYDN, AND FORKEL’S RHETORICAL FIGURE

  • ADEM M. BIRSON
    C.P.E. BACH, JOSEPH HAYDN, AND GALANT SCHEMATA AS FORMAL RHETORIC