Mark Davenport

Conference Chair/Presentations/Papers/Theses

 

 

 

"Tradition and Trust in (Music) Education." Panelist and Presenter at the Fall Faculty Conference. Regis University, Denver, CO, 5 October, 2012.

 

"Essential Graces: Ornamenting Baroque Music." Lecture and Demonstration at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference ("The Recorder: Past, Present and Future"), Reed College, Portland, OR 7 July 2012.

 

"New Paths for Teaching the Recorder." Session Moderator at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference ("The Recorder: Past, Present and Future"), Reed College, Portland, OR 7 July 2012.

 

"Leading a Group: Recorder Orchestras, Collegia and Consorts." Session Moderator at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference, University of St. Louis, MO, 1 August 2009.

 

"The Art of Dying." Session Chair for the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society, Quebec City, Quebec, November 2, 2007.

 

"Between Fantazy and Aire: The 'Active Braine' of William Lawes." Performance/Lecture presented at the Fortieth Annual Conclave of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, Franklin Pierce College, Rindge, New Hampshire, 22 July 2002.

 

"The Dances and Aires of William Lawes (1602-1645): Context and Style." 3 Vols. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Colorado, Boulder (May, 2001).

 

"Thematic Transformation and Other Abstract Tendencies: Decoding an Early-Seventeenth Century Autograph Manuscript by William Lawes (c. 1635-38)." Paper read at the annual meeting of the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music held at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, 20 April 2001. Paper first read at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Musicological Society held at Arizona State University in Tempe, 11 March 2000.

 

"The Aire in William Lawes's Five- and Six-Part Consort Setts: A Comparison and Analysis." Selected for presentation at the William Lawes Conference and Festival, 22-24 September 1995, Oxford University, England. Paper first read at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Musicological Society held at Brigham Young University, April, 1995.

 

"Handel's Opus I Solo Sonatas." Paper/performance presented at the Colorado Recorder Festival, Colorado Springs, and San Francisco Early Music Society, Dominican College, San Rafael, California, 1993 and 1997 respectively.

 

"Erick Katz: His Early Years in Berlin and Freiburg, 1900-1939." Masters Thesis, University of Colorado at Boulder (1994).

 

"Student Evaluations of College Music Professors: Differences Between Professors With a Background and Without a Background In Music Education." Paper presented at the 51st Annual Colorado Music Educators Association (CMEA), Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado (January, 1994).

 

"Rock in the American University: Popular Vs. Classical Musical Systems - Bridging The Gap," Senior Project/SUNY New Paltz (1992).

 

"Aspects of Mixing Popular Music: The Relationship of Electronic Music Technology to Acoustics and the Physical and Psychological Properties of the Auditory System." Paper read at the International New Music Seminar, Hyatt Regency, New York City (June, 1991).