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1 Déc 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

CFP : Early Music Editing. Principles, Techniques, and Future Directions

Early Music Editing: Principles, Techniques, and Future Directions
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
3-5 July 2008
Keynote speaker: Dr. Margaret Bent (All Souls College, Oxford)
Program committee: Marnix van Berchum, Theodor Dumitrescu, Eric Jas, Karl Kügle, Rudolf Rasch
In the study and performance of pre-Classical western music, few elements fluctuate so rapidly as fashions in the interpretative and presentational aspects of music transcriptions. Often unspoken and unscrutinized editorial decisions play a key role in shaping the modern reception and understanding of early repertories. With the advent of significant new technologies changing the face of publishing across the entire globe, the time is ripe for a critical reevaluation of the principles and assumptions which inform the creation and distribution of early music scores for modern readers.
Proposals on any aspect of edition-making and transcription regarding repertories up to c. 1750 are welcome, including but not limited to: music philology and the status of textual criticism; lessons from past and current edition projects; impact on performance and analysis; editing and music pedagogy; the role of information technology and digital media in music editing.
Paper length: 30 minutes
Proposals for round tables and special sessions/workshops are also welcome.
Proposal deadline: 1 February 2008
Abstracts: Please send abstracts of no more than 250 words, including title, author name, and affiliation/location, either via e-mail to EditingConference_at_cmme.org or via post to:
Dr. Theodor Dumitrescu
Universiteit Utrecht
Kromme Nieuwegracht 29
3512HD Utrecht
The Netherlands

16 Nov 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

Music Sources in Private and Civic Contexts (c. 1480-1550)

International Conference Music Sources in Private and Civic Contexts (c. 1480-1550)
29-31 July 2008, Bruges (Belgium)
Organised by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Research Unit of Musicology and Alamire Foundation
Conference Theme
This conference will discuss music sources which were created c. 1480 – 1550 and commissioned, owned and/or used by private individuals or civic organisations such as guilds and confraternities. The main focus is on manuscript sources, though printed sources (especially anthologies) might be introduced as well. Contributions concerning sources of both polyphony and monodic song are welcomed.
Papers may examine matters of
– Codicology and palaeography; scribal aspects; history of origin, creation and survival
– Repertoire of the source(s) and its connection to specific contexts (e.g. civic/religious culture; incentive for the creation of the manuscript; etc.)
– Musical/performance practice as revealed in the sources
– Patronage; function and use of the sources
– Ownership and musical libraries of private individuals or civic institutions
We invite proposals for panel sessions as well as for individual papers of twenty-five minutes in the form of an abstract not exceeding 300 words to be sent as an e-mail attachment to Nele Gabriëls (nele.gabriels[at]arts.kuleuven.be) by 18 January 2008. Notification of acceptance will be given by 29 February. The preferred conference language is English, though exceptions can be made for contributions in French or German.
Programme Committee: Ignace Bossuyt (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B); David Burn (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B); David Fallows (University of Manchester, UK); Kristine Forney (California State University, US) ; Nele Gabriëls (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B); Eric Jas (Universiteit Utrecht, NL); Eugeen Schreurs (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B); Henri Vanhulst (Université Libre de Bruxelles, B)
Organisation Committee : Sofie Taes (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B); Nele Gabriëls (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B)

For further information, please contact : Nele Gabriëls
Research Unit of Musicology & Alamire Foundation
Blijde-Inkomsstraat 21 – bus 3313
3000 Leuven. Belgium
Tel.: +32 16 324903. E-mail: nele.gabriels[at]arts.kuleuven.be
Websites : Alamire Fondation [Link] – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven [Link]

9 Oct 2007
Jean-Luc Deuffic

Second Annual Sacred Leaves Graduate Symposium

Religions of the Book: Manuscript Traditions in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, 1000-1500
The Special Collections Department of the Tampa Library, University of South Florida seeks papers from graduate students and recent M.A. or Ph.D. recipients for its Second Annual Sacred Leaves Graduate Symposium. This year’s theme is \”Religions of the Book: Manuscript Traditions in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, 1000-1500.\” We encourage interdisciplinary topics with comparative emphases on monotheistic religions in the medieval world.
Subjects for proposals may include, but are not limited to: * sacred myth and narrative
* interreligious dialogue
* scriptural exegesis
* modes of representation
* traditions of illumination
* methods of manuscript production
Please email an abstract of no more than 250 words to Dr. Jane Marie Pinzino, Symposium Coordinator, at jpinzino@lib.usf.edu.
Notification of acceptances will be emailed by January 4, 2008. Please include the title of your paper, name, affiliation and email address. Each paper selected will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation.
The Annual Sacred Leaves Graduate Student Symposium is organized by the Special Collections Department and the Humanities Institute, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Keli Erin Rylance, Ph.D.
Assistant Librarian,
Special Collections Department
University of South Florida Libraries
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, LIB 122
Tampa, FL 33620-5400

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