Virtual Conference for Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars

Program

Sat., October 23, 2021
Session A: Analyzing Performance, Chair: Hui Yu (Yunnan University)
13:30-15:30 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 14:30-16:30 (Tokyo, Seoul)
A-1
13:30
Fang WANG (Yunnan University, China):
Analysis on the Characteristics of Fingering and Finger-position of Chinese Buyi People’s Bayin Seated Singing Fiddles
A-2
14:00
Guorui FENG (Yunnan University, China):
Singing the Dragon and Phoenix, Accompanying the Yin and Yang - Talk from the Instrument Configuration of Funing Yi People's Bronze Drum Music and Dance
A-3
14:30
Inori HAYASHI (Ochanomizu University, Japan):
Musical Features and Theatrical Effects of Vocal Writing in Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra (1881)
A-4
15:00
Mai TAKAHASHI (The University of Tokyo, Japan):
Performance-style Visualization with Analyses of Recorded Music

Session B: Music and Politics, Chair: Hermann Gottschewski (Tokyo University)
16:00-17:30 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 17:00-18:30 (Tokyo, Seoul), 9:00-10:30am (London)
B-1
16:00
Winnie W C LAI (University of Pennsylvania, USA):
Acoustic Protest in Malls: Echoing Hong Kong’s New Economic Relations to Politics and Values
B-2
16:30
Shujun TENG (The University of Tokyo, Japan):
The Politics of Body: From School Song to Radio Gymnastics - Centered on the Development of Radio Gymnastics in Japan and its Influence on China
B-3
17:00
Juan LIU (University of Cambridge, UK):
Hearing Geopolitical Tension in Nixon in China by John Adams

Online Reception
17:30-19:30 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 18:30-20:30 (Tokyo, Seoul), 10:30-12:30am (London), Fri. 23:30- Sat.1:30 (Honolulu), Sat. 4:30-6:30am (Texas)


Sun., October 24, 2021
Session C: Rethinking Analysis, Chair: Su Yin Mak (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
9:30-11:00 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 10:30-12:00 (Tokyo, Seoul), 20:30-22:00 (Texas)
C-1
9:30
PENG Zixuan (Kyushu University, Japan):
Critical Factors Influencing the Perceptive and Cognitive Reality of Schenkerian Hierarchic Structure
C-2
10:00
Rui HARA (The University of Tokyo, Japan):
The Transition of Soumei Sato’s Early Creation from Intermedia Practices to his Piano Piece Litania
C-3
10:30
Sa Ra PARK (Texas State University, USA):
Isang Yun’s Compositional Style: Garak for Flute and Piano (1963)

Session D: Performing Multiculturalism, Chair: Hee Seng Kye (Hanyang University)
13:00-14:30 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 14:00-15:30 (Tokyo, Seoul), Sat. 19:00-20:30 (Honolulu)
D-1
13:00
Yaxin LI (Kobe University, Japan):
Multicultural Music in Qingdao during the War (1938-1945) - Compared with Shanghai at the Same Period
D-2
13:30
Fumito SHIRAI (Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Japan):
Silent Film Screenings across National Borders: Transnational Circulation of /Der letzte Mann/The Last Laugh and its Varying Accompaniment Methods.
D-3
14:00
Yuan-Hsin TUNG (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, USA):
Easier Said than Embraced: Wayang Potehi as a Means of Representing Multiculturalism Understanding

Session E: Challenging Traditional Methodologies, Chair: Amanda Hsieh (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
15:00-17:00 (Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing), 16:00-18:00 (Tokyo, Seoul), 8:00-10:00am (London)
E-1
15:00
Ryo KIUCHI (Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan):
Ambroise Thomas’s Le Caïd (1849) and the Opéra-Comique’s Comicality in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
E-2
15:30
Samuel CHAN (New York University, USA):
Conscripts of Global Music Studies
E-3
16:00
Yutaka CHIBA (Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan):
Revisiting Neue Sachlichkeit in Music Histories: Its Transition from the Prewar to Postwar Periods
E-4
16:30
Jun FENG (SOAS, University of London, UK):
Music Analysis as A Research Method in the Disciplinary Development of Ethnomusicology in China