2017-04-21 13:00:00 - 17:00:00 West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis School of Music - concert@uvic.ca MACLAURIN BUILDING,Rm. B037, B-Wing The annual meeting of this organization with presentations by music theorists about a wide variety of topics. The West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis was founded in 1992. Its principal purpose is to assist with the dissemination of scholarly work in music theory, analysis, and related fields, and to provide music scholars with opportunities to make contact with others in their field. PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 21 1:00-2:00 PM Conference registration 2:00-5:00 PM Serialism and Indeterminacy | Jack Boss, University of Oregon, chair “Space and Time in Ursula Mamlok’s From My Garden”, Ronald Squibbs, University of Connecticut “Ursula Mamlok’s Path to Serialism”, Barry Wiener, New York, NY “Icare obstiné: Pousseur, Serialism and the Open Work”, André Brégégère, Queensborough Community College, CUNY “Derivation and Succession as Thematic Development and Form in Donald Martino’s Parisonatina al’Dodecafonia”, Bruce Quaglia, University of Minnesota