Academic Presentations

MUSICKING
DAY
Wednesday – April 13, 2016
TIME
2:00pm – 4:00pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Robert Walser The Legacy of Musicking
Jeffrey Noonan Musicking, Musical Significance and Historical Performance Practice: Lessons from Christopher Small and Mantle Hood for Early Music Performance
Geoffrey Burgess Beyond the End: From Flute Tooter to Whistleblower: Bruce Haynes and the Rhetoric of Early Music
ROMANTICISM & HPP
DAY
Wednesday – April 13, 2016
TIME
4:30pm – 6:30pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Brian Wilcoxon Benedictinism and the New Romantics
Dagmar Reichardt Johann Friedrich Reichardt’s Mignon: from an educational Kunstlied to a transcultural vision
Alexis Smith Scientific and Poetic Embodiments of Music in Early German Romanticism
ROMANTICISM & HPP
DAY
Friday – April 15, 2016
TIME
10:00am – 12:00pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Mark Samples Branding the Nightingale: Promotion of Star Performers as Cultural Practice
Mark Bailey Re-Imagining Romantic Music: What Historical Recordings Reveal about Performance Practice
Richard Sutcliffe Sources of early 19th century violin performance practice in the Brussels Conservatory
Amanda Lalonde Senza Tempo: Liszt’s Harmonies poetiques et religieuses and the Rhetoric of Prophecy
MUSIC & RHETORIC
DAY
Friday – April 15, 2016
TIME
4:30pm – 6:30pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Stacey Helley Musica Poetica: Antonio Cifra’s Solo Settings of Petrarch’s Sonnets as Teaching Tools
Natascha Reich On the Importance of Affect in Harpsichord Tuning
William Teixeira da Silva On the Possibility of a Contemporary Musical Rhetoric
MATH, SCIENCE, & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
DAY
Saturday – April 16, 2016
TIME
10:00am – 12:00pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Chelsey Belt The Peripheral Violin: What Can Nineteenth-Century Fiddlers Tell us About Historical Violin Technique
Fabienne Moore Germaine de Stael Defines Romanticism, or the Analogy of the Glass Harmonica
Shanti Nachtergaele Pragmatic vs Idealistic Approaches to Double Bass Playing in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Frances Feldon Musica Poetica and the Surrealistic Recorder: Pop Recorder Players from the 1960s to the Present
WHAT IS ITALIAN IN ITALIAN MUSIC?
DAY
Saturday – April 16, 2016
TIME
2:00pm – 4:00pm
LOCATION
Collier House – University of Oregon
PRESENTER TITLE
Jacob Mariani Vielle or Viella: What makes the Trecento Fiddle Italian?
Marylin Winkle Back that Bass Up: A Historically-Informed Approach to Orchestrating Basso Continuo in Francesca Caccini’s ├«La Liberazione di Ruggiero a l’Isola Alcina
Guido Olivieri The Aesthetic of Italian Instrumental Music in France: Performance vs Composition
Marc Vanscheeuwijck “Signor Stradella, Indisputably Acknowledged to be the Magnus Apollo of Music”

 

 

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