Veranstaltungen | Events - Part 77

posted by PP on 2006/03/02 15:47

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The 8th International Symposium of the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology (Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade) will be dedicated towards
Musical culture and memory (Belgrade, April 11-14, 2006)
The two issues in the title - CULTURE and MEMORY - are intermingled: culture is considered collective memory, designated by united geographical or linguistic space and, therefore, undoubtedly connected with tradition.

The first preliminary program was published here (and also on Kakanien revisited [.pdf]). Now there are some significant changes (especially regarding the contributions), so here's the programm up to date ...

The two issues in the title of the conference - culture and memory - are intermingled: culture is considered collective memory, designated by united geographical or linguistic space and, therefore, undoubtedly connected with tradition. The emphasis on musical culture and memory shows both the ideological and methodological orientation towards new or cultural musicology instead of traditional musicology based on the idea of autonomy of a work of art, or composition. Thus, music has its significant place in socio-political research, in the process of (re)defining cultural memory through political strategies in the conception of repertoire, or in the organization of musical life. In that context, multi/inter/national culture can be profiled in semiotical (by constituting mechanisms and its recognizable codes) and postsemiotical, or poststructural ways (cultural studies). Intertextual relations between different cultures includes processes of migration, acculturation, in which music has an important role as a signifer of national identity. Beside music itself, the world around and about music,
embodied in writings on music - historiography, musicology - is also in the focus of the attention at the conference in a given theoretical coordinates.
The question of musical memory can be also answered from the point of view of preserving music material in the multimedia archives, or of the psychology of music.

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd

  • 12.00-15.45: Registration of participants
  • 16.00: Opening Ceremony
  • 16.15-17.45 (Chair: Vesna Mikić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd): Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Musicology Between a National and International Musical Culture
    Cornelia Szábo-Knotik, Institut für Analyse, Theorie und Geschichte der Musik der Universität für Musik Wien, Vienna: "The National" in Germanophone Musicology
    Tatjana Marković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: From Cultural Memory to Multiplying National Identities
  • 17.45-18.00: break
  • 18.00-19.30: James Deaville, School of Art, Drama, and Music, McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario; Hon-Lun Yang, Hong Kong Baptist University; Michael Saffle, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia: Sites, Scores, and Screens: (Mis)Remembering National Musical Cultures [Panel!]
  • 19.45: Concert: Serbian traditional vocal and dance music
  • 20.30: Cocktail


Wednesday, 12 April 2006 - Session I/A (Chair: Miško Šuvaković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Antoni Pizà, Foundation for Iberian Music, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York: Songs of Themselves: The Tradition of Autobiography in Music or Why Do Composers Write about Themselves?
    David L. Mosley, University of Louisville, Kentucky: Music in Service of Life: Friedrich Nietzsche's Cultural Acoustics
    Stephen Downes, University of Surrey, Guildford: Forgetful Music and Music for Amnesiacs: Wagner, Strauss, and Nietzsche's Dionysian Doubleness
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.00: Tijana Popović-Mlađenović, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Music “Language Games“ in the Space of Cultural Memory
    Klemen Fele, Ljubljana: Music as a Metaphor for the Stream of Consciousness

Wednesday, 12 April 2006 - Session I/B (Chair: Cornelia Szábo-Knotik, Institut für Analyse, Theorie und Geschichte der Musik der Universität für Musik Wien), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Richard Elliott, International Centre for Music Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne: Searching for Blue Unicorns: Popular Music and the Persistence of Memory in Postdictatorial Chile
    Marta R. Norese, Professional School of Music of Astorga: Lunafardo and Tango in the Search for Argentinian Identity
    Vesna Mikić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: The Way We (Just Me, Myself, and I) Were: Recycling (National) Identities in Recent Popular Music
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.30: Catherine Baker, University College London: From Thompson to Turbofolk: Contesting Croatian Cultural Boundaries Through Popular Music
    Emanuele D'Onofrio, University of Manchester: Film Music as lieu de memoire of National Identity: The Case of the Contemporary Italian Cinema
    Snježana Dobrota, Filozofski fakultet, Sveučilište u Splitu: Socio-cultural Significance of Popular Music

Wednesday, 12 April 2006 - Session II/A (Chair: Michael Saffle, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 16.00-17.30: Leon Stefanija, Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Ljubljana: Globalizing Musical Identities: Remarks on Semiotics of Music
    Marija Masnikosa, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Post-minimal Music: Memories of the Referent
    Ivana Medić, Radio-Beograd, Treći program, Beograd: In Search For The Material Traces Of Music
  • 17.30-18.00: coffee break
  • 18.00-19.00: Barbara Boisits, Kommission für Musikforschung der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna: Music as Monument. The Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich - A Patriotic Activity
    Nevena Daković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet dramskih umetnosti, Beograd: The Sound of Nostalgia
  • 20.00: Dinner

Wednesday, 12 April 2006 - Session II/B (Chair: Dragana Stojanović-Novičić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 16.00-17.30: Roksanda Pejović, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Music and its Function in Society
    Ivana Perković Radak, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Musical Culture or/and Lost Memories. Serbian students at Conservatory of Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna
    Haiganus Preda-Schimek, Vienna: Austrian Composers and the Europeanization of Romanian Music Between 1800 and 1859
  • 17.30-18.00: coffee break
  • 18.00-19.00: Sonja Marinković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Ideology of National Historiography
    Anica Sabo, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: A Contemporary Reading of Original Principles of the Study of Musical Forms
  • 20.00: Dinner

Thursday, 13 April 2006 - Session III/A (Chair: Philippe Vendrix, Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance de l'Université de Tours), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Bianca Robichaud, Conservatoire de Musique Francis Poulenc, Paris: French Classicism: Myth or Reality?
    Miško Šuvaković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Remembering Music: Critical Questions on New, Historicism and History of Music
    Amy Lynn Wlodarski, Dickinson College: National Identity After National Socialism: “Jüdische Chronik” and East German Cultural Memory
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.30: Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, Co.Leitrim: Ideology as a Filter for Memory: The “Imperialism” of Music, Transcedence, and Stylistic Labelling
    Ksenija Stevanović, Radio-Beograd, Treći program, Beograd: The Architecture of (Sonic) Memory in Sokurov's Films
    Boštjan Narat, Univerza u Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Ljubljana: Music as a Philosophical Term: Between Semiotics and Hermeneutics

Thursday, 13 April 2006 - Session III/B (Chair: Stephen Blum, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Panayiotis Demopoulos, University of York: The Delusional State of Global Folklore
    Jelena Jovanović, Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti, Muzikološki institut, Beograd: Searching the Right Form: From a Song “na bas” to “traveler's” Playing: Recalling Performance of dvojnice Player Miladin Arsenijević
    Selena Rakočević, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: From Field to Text: The Mystery of veliko banatsko kolo
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.30: Lynn Hooker, Indiana University: The Rural Past, the Urban Present, and the "Gypsy Question" in the Hungarian Folk Revival
    F. Merve Eken, Istanbul Technical University, Turkish Music State Conservatory: Tradition, Society, And Change: ‘Fasıl' in Turkish Music
    Berna Özbilen, Istanbul Technical University, Turkish Music State Conservatory,: The Evaluation of First Ottoman-Turkish Popular Music Kanto, Its Development Process, and Change during 135 Years

Thursday, 13 April 2006 - Session IV/A (Chair: Antonio Baldassarre, Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Zürich), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 16.00-17.30: Beat A. Föllmi, Université Marc Bloch, département de musique, Strasbourg: The Disruption and Transformation of the Collective Musical Memory Among the Urban Population During the Reformation: The Case of Strasbourg
    Elaine Kelly, School of Arts, Culture and Environment University of Edinburgh: Reshaping Cultural Memory: The Politicization of the Germanic musical canon in the German Democratic Republic
    Balázs Mikusi, Cornell University; Ithaca: An “Invented Tradition” for an “Imagined Community”: Secular Choral Singing in Nineteenth-Century Germany
  • 17.30-18.00: coffee break
  • 18.00-19.30: Irina Kotkina, European University Institute in Florence: Cultural Politics or Culture and Politics
    Karol Mullaney-Dignam, National University of Ireland of Maynooth, Co. Kildare: State, Nation and Music in Ireland: Forging a Musical Culture 1922-1932
    Ivana Stamatović, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: New Music in Belgrade in the Light of the Cycle “The Musical Moderne”: Radio Belgrade's Cultural Politics from the 1960's
  • 19.30: Presentation of the book Muzika u renesansi/Music in Renaissance by Philippe Vendrix, Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance de l'Université de Tours, Tours, France, translated and published in Belgrade 2005

Thursday, 13 April 2006 - Session IV/B (Chair: Zdravko Blažeković, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 16.00-17.30: Stephen Blum, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York: Remembering Warriors in Song
    Ameneh Youssefzadeh, Paris: Singing the Martyrs: Revolutionary and Patriotic Songs in the Repertoire of Khorasani Bards
    Kofi J.S. Gbolonyo, University of Pittsburgh, US; Ghana: Want The History? Listen To The Music: Historical Evidence in Anlo Ewe Traditional Songs
  • 17.30-18.00: coffee break
  • 18.00-19.30: Yea-Tyng Chang, Humanities Research Center, National Science Council, Taipei: Taiwanese Multi–ethnic Musical Cultures
    Marta Gajić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Tracing the “Frozen” Memory
    Olivera Vasić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Contemporary Celebration Party’s Dance Characteristics
  • 19.30: Presentation of the book Muzika u renesansi/Music in Renaissance by Philippe Vendrix, Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance de l'Université de Tours, Tours, France, translated and published in Belgrade 2005

Friday, 14 April 2006 - Session V/A (Chair: Thomas Aigner, Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek, Musiksammlung, Vienna), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Philip Graydon, Department of Music, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Kildare: "...[B]etween Moscow and New York ... ": Richard Strauss's Die ägyptische Helena (1927) in Cultural-Historical Context
    Milena Medić Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Elektra's Memory: From Hysteria to Cultural History
    Dragana Jeremić-Molnar, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Back to the Past - “Eternal Return” or the Road to Salvation? Richard Wagner's and Modest Musorgskij's Critique of Modern Civilization
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.00: Jelena Janković, Jugokoncert, Beograd: Jazz opera as a Racial Manifesto
    Jelena Novak, Radio-Beograd, Treći program, Beograd: Corporal Rememberance: Singing Body of Opera

Friday, 14 April 2006 - Session V/B (Chair: Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 10.00-11.30: Antonio Baldassarre, Hochschule Musik und Theater Zurich: Joseph Haydn's “Paris” String Quartet op. 54 and 55
    Žarko Cvejić, Cornell University, Ithaca: This Composer Who Is Not One: The On-Going Sexualisation of Chopin
    Dragana Stojanović-Novičić, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001) - “Why” and “What” in his “Late Years”
  • 11.30-12.00: coffee break
  • 12.00-13.00: Nadežda Mosusova, Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti, Muzikološki institut, Beograd: The Cherubic Hymn of Stevan Mokranjac - Endless Melody, Enigmatic Harmony
    Melita Milin, Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti, Muzikološki institut, Beograd: “Ancestral Memories” in the Works of Ljubica Marić


Friday, 14 April 2006 - Session VI/A (Chair: Tatjana Marković, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd), Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca

  • 15.30-17.00: Thomas Aigner, Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek, Musiksammlung, Vienna: Johann Strauss' "Serbian" Operetta Jabuka
    Gianluigi Mattietti, Università di Cagliari: Neurosis of the Contemporary Society in the Italian Music Theater of the Sixties: Luciano Berio, Aldo Clementi, Franco Evangelisti
    Katya Slutskaya Levine, The City University of New York, Graduate Center, New York: Schnitke's Opera Žizn' s idiotom: Marking out the Dead Zones of Russian Culture
  • 17.00-17.30: coffee break
  • 17.30-19.00: Ivana Vuksanović, Univerzitet umetnosti, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, Beograd: Vis comica: Musical Comedies in Serbia During the Sixties
    Andreas Engström, Stockholms universitet, Institutionen för musik- och teatervetenskap, Stockholm: Instrumental Theatre - Traits, Discourse and Cultural Specifics
    Bojana Cvejić, Performing Arts Research and Training Studios, Brussels: Recasting The Sensible: 'Mouvements für Lachenmann'
  • 19.00: Conclusion


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Seitenwechsel. Geschichten vom Fußball. Hgg. v. Samo Kobenter u. Peter Plener. Wien: Bohmann 2008, 237 pp.
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