3–5 April 2019, Vienna
Arnold Schoenberg Center, Vienna
Theodor W Adorno’s notes, draft texts and excerpts for his unfinished project of a "Theory of Musical Reproduction" make for fascinating reading: They not only give a musico-philosophical account of the interpretational act of music-making, but include a theory of notation which proves to be adaptable to contemporary discourses.
Building on new insights from research on writing, we invite scholars to re-examine Adorno’s thoughts and concepts, and to expand on them within a productive interdisciplinary dialogue. The lectures at this symposium will reflect Adorno’s considerations from the perspectives of musicology, notation and image theory, performance practice, philosophy, cognitive psychology and art history.
The conference languages are German and English. The attendance of the symposium is free of charge.
Contact: Julia.Freund -at- musik.uni-giessen.de
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