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Music Printing and Publishing in Modern Italy. New Approaches, Venezia, 13 e 14 febbraio 2014

Music Printing and Publishing in Modern Italy – New Approaches

International Workshop
Venice, 13-14 February 2014

Printed music is quantitatively the most important source for the study of European music of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Since a significant part of the music editions printed before 1800 were produced in Italy, with a peak between the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century, there is a clear need to investigate this production from many points of view: production contexts, repertoire selection processes, marketing strategies, processes and canals of international dissemination and reception, transmission history of surviving editions, historiographical perspectives on these sources as tools for the study of musical phenomena of the past.

The international workshop Music Printing and Publishing in Modern Italy – New Approaches has three main objectives:

to discuss the latest results of recent research in the field of music printing and publishing in Italy before 1800.
to encourage exchange of scholars working in this area and develop new research approaches and perspectives.
to present and discuss some innovative research tools, as the new database Printed Sacred Music in Europe 1500-1800.

Contacts

David Bryant – david.bryant@unive.it
Ca’ Foscari University, Venice
Luigi Collarile – luigi.collarile@unifr.ch
University of Fribourg / Ca’ Foscari University, Venice

Organised by

University of Fribourg – Switzerland

Institute of Musicology

Ca’ Foscari University, Venice – Italy

Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage

Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice – Italy

Institute for Music

Swiss Consulate in Venice – Italy

Program

Thursday, 13 February 2014

Swiss Consulate in Venice (Palazzo Trevisan)

9.00h Opening

David Bryant, Luigi Collarile, Jacqueline Wolf, Gianmario Borio

9.30h Key Note

Chair – David Bryant

Respondents – Neil Harris, Luca Zoppelli

Luigi Collarile (University of Fribourg – Ca’ Foscari University, Venice)

Edizioni musicali italiane perdute. Nuove prospettive bibliografiche e storiografiche

11.00h Study Session I

Respondents – Patrizio Barbieri, Iain Fenlon

Bianca Maria Antolini (Conservatorio di Perugia)

Il «Dizionario degli editori musicali italiani». Bilancio di una ricerca

Rodolfo Baroncini (Conservatorio di Adria)

«In Merzaria»: l’officina Gardano e il contesto socio-antropologico delle contrade di San Salvador e San Zulian (Venezia, 1580-1610)

15.00h Study Session II

Chair – Luigi Collarile

Respondents – Marco Di Pasquale, Rudolf Rasch

Patrizio Barbieri (Rome)

Prime testimonianze sui librai musicali di area veneta a Roma: nuovi documenti, 1567-1569

Rebecca Edwards (St. Martin’s University, Washington)

A Valuable Perspective on the Relationship between Musicians and Printers in 16th-Century Venice: the Case of Claudio Merulo

Carrie Churnside (Birmingham City University)

Reflections upon Working on Italian Music Printing and Publishing in the Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Centuries Italy

17.00h Study Session III

Respondents – Rodolfo Baroncini, Rebecca Edwards

Iain Fenlon (King’s College, Cambridge)

Composers, Dedicatees and Publishers

Marco Di Pasquale (Conservatorio di Vicenza)

Intorno alla pratica della dedica. Il caso dell’Accademia Filarmonica di Verona
Friday, 14 February 2014

Fondazione Giorgio Cini (Island of S. Giorgio) Sala Barbantini

9.00h Study Session IV

Chair – David Bryant

Respondents – Bianca M. Antolini, Carrie Churnside

Constance Frei (University of Geneva)

I primi tipografi musicali bolognesi

Giulia Giovani (Istituto Storico Germanico, Rome)

Riflessioni sulla stamperia Silvani «all’insegna del violino»

Rudolf Rasch (Utrecht University)

Italian Engraved Music Editions before and after Corelli’s Sonatas Opus 5 (1700)

11.00h Study Session V

Respondents – Constance Frei, Giulia Giovani

Paolo Giorgi (Bologna)

Maurizio Cazzati (1616-1678) compositore e stampatore: un esempio di autoimprenditoria musicale seicentesca

Daniele Torelli (Libera Università di Bolzano)

L’impronta dei piombi: il riconoscimento dei caratteri in edizioni musicali sconosciute

15.00h Study Session VI

Chair – Luigi Collarile

Respondents – Neil Harris, Daniele Torelli

Laurent Pugin (RISM Switzerland)

Aruspix – A Software Suite and its Applications

Rodolfo Zitellini (University of Fribourg – RISM Switzerland)

Mapping Music Typefaces. Toward a Digital Catalogue

17.00h Printed Sacred Music in Europe

Chair – Gianmario Borio (Fondazione Giorgio Cini)

Key Note

David Bryant, Elena Quaranta

(Ca’ Foscari University, Venice)

How does Printing Reflect Patterns of Consumption in the Church Music of Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Italy?

Presentation of the New Database
Luca Zoppelli (University of Fribourg)
with David Bryant, Luigi Collarile, Laurent Pugin, Elena Quaranta, Rodolfo Zitellini

Per maggiori informazioni:
http://www.cini.it/en/events/music-printing-and-publishing-in-modern-italy-new-approaches-2