[ANPPOM-L] CFP: Música Instrumental e a Revolução Industrial

Carlos Palombini palombini em terra.com.br
Dom Maio 22 01:45:34 BRT 2005

International Conference, Cremona, 1-3 July 2006
Ad Parnassum Journal
Fondazione-Stichting P.A. Locatelli

The editors of "Ad Parnassum. A Journal of Eighteenth- and 
Instrumental Music", in association with the "Fondazione-Stichting P.A. 
Locatelli", are pleased to invite submissions from scholars of proposals 
for the symposium on "Instrumental Music and the Industrial Revolution", 
to be held in Cremona from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 July 2006.  The 
Symposium aims to investigate different aspects of the relationship 
between the Industrial Revolution, with its peculiar ideological and 
political values and social needs, and the aesthetic-musical sphere. An 
awareness of this relationship in specific cases could greatly assist 
the stylistic and comparative scrutiny of composers like Haydn, 
Boccherini, Clementi and Viotti, and perhaps might even generate some 
welcome de-mystifying repercussions concerning the legitimacy of certain 
primacies of dubious acquisition.

Conference committee: Roberto De Caro, Roberto Illiano, Fulvia Morabito, 
Michela Niccolai, Claudio Nuzzo, Luca Sala, and Massimiliano Sala.

Keynotes will be announced in due course.

The programme committee encourages submission within the following 
areas, although other topics are welcome:
·               The commercial development of musical instruments
·               Private music-making and the 'middle class'
·               The composer and his 'public'
·               The musician, the musical institutions and the social 
·               Music publishing and the 'new market'

Proposals of an interdisciplinary nature are also encouraged. The 
official languages of the conference are English and Italian.

Papers are limited to 20 minutes in length, with time following for 
discussion. For proposals please submit an abstract of no more than 300 
words and one page of biography. The abstract should be included in the 
body of the e-mail or as attachment, including the submitter's name, 
telephone number, e-mail address and institutional affiliation.

All proposals should be submitted by email no later than Sunday 30 
October 2005 to Massimiliano Sala (msala em adparnassum.org).

The committee will make its final decision on the abstracts by the end 
of November 2005, and contributors will be informed immediately thereafter.

Selected papers presented at the conference will be published in the Ad 
Parnassum Journal or in a volume of proceedings.

Further information about the programme, registration, travel and 
accommodation will be announced by the end of March 2006.

For further questions, please contact:
Dr Massimiliano Sala
Via Bertesi 10,
I-26100 Cremona
msala em adparnassum.org

carlos palombini
centro de pesquisa em música contemporânea
universidade federal de minas gerais
<palombini em terra.com.br>

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