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Bach and Mendel Symposium at Princeton University, November 19 - 20, 2005

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    Bach and Mendel A Special Symposium in Celebration of the Centenary of Professor Arthur Mendel and the Sixtieth Anniversary of The Bach Reader Saturday,
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      Bach and Mendel


      A Special Symposium in Celebration
      of the Centenary of Professor Arthur
      Mendel and the Sixtieth Anniversary
      of The Bach Reader


      Saturday, November 19, 2005

      11:30 a.m.—1:00 p. m.

      "Music is Something People Do":
      Arthur Mendel and the Indispensability of Recorded Music


      Woolworth Center for Musical Studies

      Teri Noel Towe '70

      1:30—2:50 p.m.

      Arthur Mendel and the World of J. S. Bach

      Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

      Michael Marissen
      Daniel Underhill Professor of Music History,
      Swarthmore College

      Robert L. Marshall, *68
      Louis, Frances and Jeffrey Sachar Professor of Music,
      Emeritus,
      Brandeis University

      William H. Scheide '36 H94
      Bach scholar

      Christoph Wolff
      Adams University Professor,
      Harvard University

      2:50—3:05 p.m.

      Break

      3:05—4:30 p.m.

      The World of Arthur Mendel

      Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

      Philip Gossett *70
      Robert W. Reneker Distinguished Service Professor
      of Music,
      University of Chicago

      Thomas B. Hall *71
      Co-Founder, Musicnotes.com

      Peter Jeffery *80
      William H. Scheide Professor of Music History,
      Princeton University

      Kenneth Levy *55
      William H. Scheide Professor of Music History, Emeritus,
      Princeton University

      Paula D. Matthews
      Director, Mendel Music Library,
      Princeton University

      Victor Parsonnet P75, P78
      Medical Director, The Pacemaker Center, and Director
      of Surgical Research, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center;
      Chairman of New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

      Harold S. Powers *59
      William H. Scheide Professor of Music History, Emeritus,
      Princeton University

      Katherine Rohrer *80
      Vice Provost for Academic Programs,
      Princeton University

      Elaine Sisman *78
      Anne Parsons Bender Professor of Music,
      Columbia University

      8:00 p.m.

      Music of Bach in the Princeton University Chapel

      Eric D. Plutz, Principal University Organist
      Peter Velikonja *04, oboe
      Jennifer L. Borghi '02, mezzo soprano
      Alexis A. Kende '05, violin

      Sunday, November 20, 2005

      11:00 a.m.

      Worship in the University Chapel
      Selections from Cantata BWV No. 70
      Princeton University Chapel Choir and Orchestra 

      Program subject to change

      For further information, please call 609-258-6421, and mention the Bach and Mendel Symposium.



      Teri Noel Towe

      The Face Of Bach


      "Those in charge are odd and ambivalent towards music, which means I have to live with almost non-stop vexation, envy, and persecution."
      Johann Sebastian Bach, October 28, 1730



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