The 8th Annual Moravian Music Conference Program
Thursday, October 9 and Friday, October 10
Lectures in Peter Hall, Brethren's House

Thursday, October 9 Schedule

8:00am

 

Registration (Hearst Hall, Brethren's House)

8:30-8:45am   Welcome
8:45-10:15am   Allen Viehmeyer, "Schwenkfelder Hymn Books"
Sarah Eyerly, "Soul Poetry"
Hilde Binford and Allen Viehmeyer, "The Music of Conrad Beissel and Hymns of the Ephrata Cloister"
10:30am-12:00pm   Laurence Libin, "Recent Archival Discoveries Relating to John Clemm and David Tannenberg"
Lanie Graf, "The Use of the Cittern in Moravian Worship"
Craig Kridel, "The Serpent and the Moravian Bass Horn in the early 19th century Northern Province
     of the Moravian Church"
12:00-1:00pm   Lunch (Clewell Dining Hall, $8/person)
1:00-2:30pm   David Blum, "'Too much fiddling;' Editing the Works of C. I. Latrobe"
Jonathan Yonan, "Christian Ignatius LaTrobe and the New Moravian Hymnal of 1789"
Philip Dunigan, "Johann Friedrich Peter: The Salem Years (1780-1789)"
3:00-4:00pm   Paul Peucker, "Origins and Sources for Moravian Liturgical Practice"
Peter Vogt, "The German Moravian Hymnal of 2008 in the Context of the Moravian Hymnal Tradition"
4:00-5:00pm   Jewel A. Smith, (Lecture/Recital) "Piano Repertoire Studied and Performed at the Moravian Young Ladies' Seminary, Bethlehem (1816-1860): A Window on the Past"
5:00-7:00pm   Dinner Break
7:00-9:00pm   Moses Lectures, Dr. Paul M. Peucker, Director of the Moravian Archives,
"Beyond Beeswax Candles and Lovefeast Buns: The Role of History in Finding a Moravian Identity"
at Moravian Theological Seminary, 60 W. Locust Street More information
     
Friday, October 10 Schedule
8:00am   Registration (Hearst Hall, Brethren's House)
8:30-9:15am   Panel Discussion: "Future Directions in Moravian Music Scholarship" (Nola Knouse)
9:30-11:00am   Pauline Fox, "'The FemSem Collection': From the Past to the Future"
Donna Rothrock, "The Salem [North Carolina] Orchestra: 1883-1907"
Alice Caldwell, "Building a Collegium Musicum for Authenticity and Beyond"
11:15am-12:15pm   Lauren Jennings, "Haydn's Die Schöpfung and the Creation of Elevated Moravian Culture"
Christina Ekström,"'Gefühl der Sache': A Key for Understanding the Sound of Singing in
     Moravian Spirituality?"
12:15-1:30pm   Lunch (downtown establishments)
1:30-2:30pm   Lecture/Recital: Singers from the Old Economy Village
2:30-5:30pm   Moravian History and Culture Conference (Peter Hall)
7:30-9:00pm   Concert: An Evening of Moravian Music; featuring the Choirs of Moravian College and Central Moravian Church (Central Moravian Church)