Four generations of American scholarship on Russian music : a conference and concert in honor of Malcolm H. Brown's 90th birthday.

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Burkholder, J. Peter (James Peter); Webb, Charles H. (Charles Haizlip); Quillen, William (Musicologist); Valentino, Russell Scott, 1962-; Emery, Jacob, 1977-; Glen, Constance Cook; Ostrow, Elizabeth; Rabinowitch, Janet; Bartig, Kevin; Fokina, Maria (Musicologist); Huseynova, Aida; Royce, Anya Peterson; Witt, Alexis L.; Morrison, Simon Alexander, 1964-; Resur, Cyrus; Tadey, Anthony
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Speeches.; Conference papers and proceedings.
Brown, Malcolm Hamrick; Anniversaries, etc; Songs and music
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
Music Library
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1 online resource (streaming video files) : digital
Related Item
Title from program.
"This conference is co-sponsored by the Musicology Department, the Jacobs School of Music Lecture Committee, the Russian and East European Institute, the Horizons of Knowledge Lecture Fund, and the Russian Studies Workshop"--program.
Program contains full event schedule, session abstracts, program notes, and biographican information about Malcolm Hamrick Brown, the presenters, and the performers (20 pages).
Not recorded: An evening of Shostakovich quartets : featuring the Pacifica Quartet and the Dior Quartet. String quartet not. 9 in E-flat major, op. 117 (1964) . Dmitri Shostakovich (Dior Quartet (Noa Sarid, Tobias Elser, violins ; Darryl Manley, viola ; Joanne Yesol Choi, cello)) -- String quartet no. 2 in A major, op. 68 (1944) / Dmitri Shostakovich (Pacifica Quartet (Simin Ganatra, Austin Hartman, violins ; Mark Holloway, viola ; Brandon Vamos, cello)).

Creation/Production Credits

Cyrus Resur, Anthony Tadey, production.

Language Note

Presentations in English.


Opening remarks (J. Peter Burkholder, Charles Webb) --
Panel 1: Musical resonances (J. Peter Burkholder, chair). [announcement] -- The "culturological" turn ; [Question & answer session] / William Quillen (Oberlin Conservatory) -- [announcement] -- Domesticating the pretender in Agnieszka Holland's Olivier, Olivier ; [Question & answer session] / Russell Scott Valentino (Indiana University) -- [announcement] -- Mandelstam's magic wand : reading, writing, and conducting ; [Question & answer session] / Jacob Emery (Indiana University) --
[announcement] -- Tributes & reminiscenses (Constance Cook Glen, Elizabeth Ostrow, Janet Rabinowitch, Richard Taruskin) -- [announcement] --
Panel 2: In search of Soviet culture (Constance Cook Glen, chair). [announcement] -- Oranges in Leningrad ; [Question & answer session] / Kevin Bartig (Michigan State University) -- [announcement] -- Negotiating Authenticity in Arif Melikov's ballet Legend of love (1961) ; [Question & answer session] / Maria Fokina -- [announcement] -- Restructuring Soviet musical identify in the works of Gara Garayev ; [Question & answer session] / Aida Huseynova (Indiana University) -- [announcement] --
Panel 3: Russia abroad (Halina Goldberg, chair). [announcement] -- Embodying space and flow : Fokine and the Russian ballet / Anya Peterson Royce (Indiana University) -- [announcement] -- Ocular operas and the pirated pirouettes : America's first experiences with Russian ballet / Alex Witt (Indiana University) -- [announcement] -- Koussevitzky's composer / Patrick Domico (Indiana University) -- [Question & answer session] -- [announcement] --
[announcement] -- Keynote lecture: Malcolm and the Archive / Simon A Morrison (Princeton University) -- [announcement].

Venue/Event Date

Recorded live: 2019, September 28, Ford-Crawford Hall and Auer Hall, Simon Music Center, Indiana University, Bloomington.
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Catalog Key: 18574928; Other: VAE1464; OCLC: ocn1196189722; OCLC: 1196189722

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