4 décembre 2015
Beethoven and the Last Generation of Court Musicians in Germany
Call for Papers
4-7 décembre 2015, Bonn
The theme of this conference is the “Beethoven generation” of court musicians from German-speaking Europe (timeframe c. 1780-1820), who made their careers in the rapidly changing musical landscape after the French Revolution. Based on the results of the Austrian research project “The Operatic Library of Elector Maximilian Franz, 1780-1794,” the Bonn court and its operatic productions form a starting-off point, but we especially welcome proposals with a trans-regional perspective and a wide range of interdisciplinary approaches.
Organizing committee: Birgit Lodes, John Wilson, Elisabeth Reisinger (University of Vienna)
Further details at http://www.univie.ac.at/opernbibliothek/?page_id=571
Deadline for Proposals is November 5, 2015
The Enterprise of Musicology: Trends in our New Age
Call for Papers
CFP Deadline: 15 April 2015
The East Asian Regional Association of the International Musicological Society (IMS-EA)
Musical and musicological trends are ever changing with evolving sociological, economic, and political climates; at the same time, trends can also be geographic-specific. IMS East Asia 2015 sets out to examine current trends of musicological thoughts, and in particular, ‘Asian trends' – if such a phenomenon could be discerned. Asian countries are some of the fastest growing in the world: in technology, in science, in cultural development, and in educational innovation. Are such elements influential factors in musicological trends in Asia and world-wide?
Read More: http://www.imsea2015.org/
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