Presenters

Lea Fink

Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics

`Beautiful passages´. Formal aspects of listeners’ preferences in pop music

Matthew Arndt

University of Iowa

Was ist Satz?

Matthew Riley

University of Birmingham

The Viennese Waltz and Post-Classical Syntax

Oliver Chandler

Keble College, University of Oxford

Structural Dissonance Re-Imagined: The Finale of Elgar’s Violin Sonata, Op. 82

Rafael (Ardi) Echevarria

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

The Deformational Titan: Mahler 1/IV and History within the New Formenlehre

Ruixue Hu

Durham University

A Recollective Closure:
The Coda of Majestoso of Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony

Samuel Lord Kalcheim

The University of Oregon School of Music and Dance

The Sentence as Large Scale Form in Wagner’s Late Operas: A Preliminary Study

Sebastian Wedler

University of Oxford

Impulsive Sonata Agitations: Anton Webern’s Piano Quintet (1907)

Sunbin Kim

Durham University

Bruckner’s ‘Gesangsperiode‘ and its Temporal Implications

Yosef Goldenberg

Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance

Continuous Question-Answer Pairs Extended: Beyond Common-Practice Tonal Music

Lucia Pasini

Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle; Università di Torino

Musical choice and poetic expression: the negotiation of meaning in Debussy’s Clair de lune

Matthew Poon

University of Toronto

Formal Fusion in Robert Schumann’s Sonata Forms

Nathan John Martin

University of Michigan

Fischer, Ratz, and the Eight-Measure Satz

Rachel Gain

University of North Texas

Post-Sonata Space Resolutions in Hindemith’s Sonatas for Flute, Clarinet, and Trombone

Rebecca Long

University of Louisville

Reinforcing Weak Expositional Midpoints Using Extra-Formal Insertions

Sam Reenan

Miami University

Generic Hybridity in Gustav Mahler's Late Symphonies

Sarah Moynihan

Magdalen College, University of Oxford

‘Living’ Tonal Processes in Sibelius’s Seven Songs, Op. 17

Stefan Keym

Universität Leipzig
Institut für Musikwissenschaft

Dramaturgies of Dynamics in Sonata Form

Yonatan Bar-Yoshafat

The Open University of Israel

Dussek, Reicha, Hummel and the “Linear Roundabout”: Retracted Tonal Zones (RTZ) in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Three-Key Expositions