YOUNG MUSICOLOGY PRAGUE

Dovolujeme si oznámit, že Kabinet hudební historie Etnologického ústavu Akademie věd České republiky, v.v.i., pořádá mezinárodní muzikologickou konferenci

YOUNG MUSICOLOGY PRAGUE:

Czech and European Avant-garde Music of the Early 20th Century

jež se bude konat ve dnech 5.–8. září 2016 v prostorách Kabinetu hudební historie na Puškinově náměstí č. 9 v Praze. Konference je určena primárně doktorandům, a obecně muzikologům v rané fázi kariéry. Konference se soustředí na hudbu a hudební kulturu pozdního 19. a raného 20. století (tedy zhruba období let 1890–1939) s hlavním důrazem na středoevropské, bohemikální a moravikální aspekty dané problematiky. Vítány jsou příspěvky ze všech disciplín hudební vědy i příspěvky interdisciplinárního rázu. Konferenčním jazykem bude angličtina.

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PROGRAM KONFERENCE:

Monday, 5th September 2016

9:00–9:30 Registration

9:30–9:45 Opening speech

9:45–10:00 Coffee-break

10:00–12:30 Session 1: The Otherness – Outside the centers
(chairman: Miloš Zapletal)
Eva Myslivcová (Univerzita Karlova, Praha): Otilie Dvořáková – A Brief Insight into the Life and Work
Michaela Běhanová (Masarykova univerzita, Brno): Vanished Traces of Jewish Composers: Otto Zweig
Pepe Reche (Universitat Autὀnoma de Barcelona): Modernity in the Orquestra Pau Casals. The Influence of a First-Class Orchestra on Contemporary Music in Barcelona (1920–1937)
David Catchpole (Texas State University): Victor Kolar: A Czech Musician in Early Twentieth Century America
Jiří Bernkopf (Masarykova univerzita, Brno): Ludvík Kundera and his Russian handbook of Czech music
 
12:30–14:00 Lunch
 
14:00–15:30 Session 2: Music education: sociology and theory
(chairman: Pepe Reche)
Renata Horáková (Masarykova univerzita): Music Culture of Contemporary Young People in Comparison with the Findings of the Czech School Inspectorate
Ondřej Musil (Masarykova univerzita): The Term „Film Music“ against the Background of the Research on Musical Preferences of University Students in the Czech Republic to Artificial Music of the First Two-Thirds of the 20th Century
Pavel Šuranský (Masarykova univerzita): Listening to Music during Music Class in Primary Schools in the first half of the 20th Century

15:30–17:00 Coffee-break

17:00–18:00 Concert:
20th Century Czech music for flute and piano
Radana Přikrylová (flute) & Lucie Pokorná (piano)
 
 

Tuesday, 6th September 2016

10:00–10:45 Keynote lecture 1: TBA

10:45–11:00 Coffee-break

11:00–13:30 Session 3: Reception studies
(chairman: David Catchpole)
Jan Charypar (Masarykova univerzita): Reception of Josef Suk’s Orchestral Works
Robert Ferrer (Masarykova univerzita, Brno): The Reception of Leoš Janáček’s Opera Jenůfa in Spain
Marcin Bogucki (Uniwersytet Warszawski): Rediscovering Modernism: Alvis Hermanisʼ Staging of Leoš Janáčekʼs Jenůfa
Markéta Kratochvílová (Akademie věd České republiky, Praha): To Fit in the Line: Otakar Ostrčil as a Vehicle for Nejedlý’s Vision of the History of Czech Music
Elena Weyrová (Masarykova univerzita, Brno): Vladimír Helfert and his Opinions on Music Education

13:30–15:00 Lunch

15:00–17:00 Session 4: Avant-gardes: analysis
(chairman: Marcin Bogucki)
Martin Čurda (Cardiff University): Rhythm as Form-Generating Agent in the Music of Pavel Haas
Nicolò Palazzetti (École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris): Béla Bartók and Ferruccio Busoni in the Early 20th Century: Fourteen Bagatelles and a New Aesthetics of Music
Klára Hedvika Mühlová (Masarykova univerzita, Brno): Multi-dimensionality as Concept: Czech Musical Avant-garde and the Expansion of Musical Time-Space
Hamraz Lotfi (Kocaeli University): A Study of the Surreal Themes in Psychedelic Rock of the 1960s 

17:00–20:00 Wine reception

 

Wednesday, 7th September 2016

10:00–11:00 Keynote Lecture 2:
Jarmila Gabrielová (Akademie věd České republiky, Praha – Univerzita Karlova, Praha): The Stage Works of Bohuslav Martinů

11:00–11:30 Coffee-break

11:30–13:30 Session 5: Serbian connections
(chairman: Martin Čurda)
Nikola Komatović (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien): From Vltava to the Confluence of the Sava
Ana Đjorđević (independent): The View on Contemporary Music Displayed in Articles About Foreign and Domestic Music Festivals by Vojislav Vučković
Bojana Radovanović (Univerzitet umetnosti u Beogradu): The Role of the „Prague Generation“ of Serbian Composers in the Uprising of Serbian Musicological Thought
Miloš Bralović (independent): Josip Slavenski and the European Avant-garde

13:30–15:00 Lunch

15:00–17:00 Session 6: Avant-gardes: aesthetics
(chairman: David Catchpole)
Dániel Nagy (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest): Wagner’s ‘Endless Melody’ – and its Influence on the Syntax of Early 20th Century Music and Literature
Noora Tienaho (Tampereen Yliopisto): Adorno on Schoenberg’s Atonality
Miloš Zapletal (Akademie věd České republiky, Praha): Civilist tendencies in the Czech Interwar Music: Some Preliminary Considerations
David Vondráček (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München): Erwin Schulhoff and Jaroslav Ježek – How They Got into Jazz and How They Got Out

17:00–18:00 General discussion

 

Thursday, 8th September 2016

9:00–13:00 Morning Workshop (viz zde)

 
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