[MEI-L] WG: New Perspectives in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Music Notations

Stefan Münnich stefan.muennich at unibas.ch
Mon Nov 29 16:09:01 CET 2021

(With apologies for cross-posting)

Dear MEI-L members,

The following CfP may be of interest to some of you.

(Disclaimer: I am just forwarding the announcement. For any questions, please contact the organizers indicated in the CfP.)

All best,

Von: Notation Study Group <notation.studygroup at gmail.com>
Gesendet: Montag, 29. November 2021 15:53
An: Notation Study Group
Betreff: CFP: New Perspectives in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Music Notations

CFP: New Perspectives in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Music Notations
CFP deadline: 15 February 2022
Conference dates: 4-7 May 2022
Alamire Foundation / KU Leuven Department of Musicology
Leuven, Belgium

This conference aims to bring together scholars working on music notations from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from a wide range of perspectives and seeks to advance scholarship in a number of different areas relating to notation. Keynote addresses will be delivered by Margaret Bent (All Souls College Oxford) and Emily Zazulia (UC Berkeley). The conference concert will feature Cappella Pratensis singing Jacob Obrecht’s Missa Maria zart. See the conference website<https://alamirefoundation.org/en/research/conferences/notations> for more information.

We are interested in papers on topics including but not limited to:

·       the history and theory of notation;

·       the notational practice of composers, scribes, and music printers;

·       interactions between different types of notation (monophonic/polyphonic, chant/mensural);

·       the notation of canons;

·       optical music recognition (OMR) and music encoding;

·       notation and performance practice;

·       notation and editing techniques;

·       notation and rhetoric; and

·       notation and society.

Please send titles and abstracts for consideration to Paul Kolb at paul.kolb -at- kuleuven.be<http://kuleuven.be/> by 15 February 2022. The conference language is English. For those unable to attend in person, it will be possible to present virtually.

Convener: Paul Kolb (KU Leuven)

Scientific Committee: David Burn (KU Leuven), Marie-Alexis Colin (Université libre de Bruxelles), Barbara Haggh-Huglo (University of Maryland), Paul Kolb (KU Leuven), Katelijne Schiltz (Universität Regensburg), Thomas Schmidt (University of Manchester)

Organizing Committee: David Burn (KU Leuven), Bart Demuyt (KU Leuven/Alamire Foundation), Ann Kelders (KBR), Paul Kolb (KU Leuven), Ryan O’Sullivan (KU Leuven), Miriam Wendling (KU Leuven)
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