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The Maynooth International Musicological Conference 1995 : selected proceedings /

edited by Patrick F. Devine & Harry White.

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Names: Devine, Patrick F. | White, Harry,
Published: Blackrock, Co. Dublin ; Four Courts Press, ©1996.
Series: Irish musical studies ; 4-5.
Topics: Music - Congresses. | Music - Ireland - Congresses. | Music - Social aspects - Congresses. | Musicology - Congresses. | Musik. | Geschichte. | Kongress. | Volksmusik.
Regions: Ireland. | Irland.
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings.
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pt. 1. Musicology in transition / J. Kerman -- The search for beauty in musical performance: the aesthetics of interpretation / F. Heneghan -- Handel's Dublin performances / D. Burrows -- J.S. Bach and the conventions of the Da Capo Aria, or how original was Bach? / S.A. Crist -- Bach's periodicities re-examined / C. Willner -- Music in late seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Dublin churches / D.M. Neary -- Sources of church music in Ireland in the eighteenth century: a report/ E.J. O'Keefe.
'Roma locuta, Causa finita?' -- the perception, interpretation and implementation of conciliar and post-conciliar directives regarding liturgical music in the Republic of Ireland, 1962-92 / H. Phelan -- [5] Czech music. Love's labour's lost: Martinu, Kapralova and Hitler / A. Houtchens -- 'The conceit of the minde': music, medicine and mental process in early modern England / L.P. Austern -- Monteverdi's 'Mass of Thanksgiving' -- aspects of tension in historical musicology / P. Downey -- Girolamo Frescobaldi and the archconfraternity of the gonfalone in Rome / N. O'Regan -- 'The unwilling doing the unnecessary for the ungrateful' (Witkin): research on music education in Ireland / A. Bradshaw -- Qualitative and quantitative approaches to research in music education: an epistemological distinction? / M. Lennon -- Childhood's pattern: the rise and decline of the child as a stimulus for music expression / I. Sharp -- Opera as literature: the rape of Lucretia / T. Power.
The decline and fall of Bruce Montgomery / D. Whittle -- The northern composer: Irish or European? / H. Bracefield -- Octatonicism in the string quartets of Brian Boydell / G. Cox -- Irish composers and foreign education: a study of influences / A. Klein -- Contemporary music in Ireland: developments in the past twenty years / J. O'Leary -- An introduction to O'Carolan's music in eighteenth-century printed collections / S. Joyce -- Style and repertoire in the Gaelic harp tradition: evidence from the bunting manuscripts and prints / C. Moloney -- Literacy as a transmission tool in Irish traditional music / N. Keegan -- The Sliabh Luachra 'Code' / M. Cranitch -- [13] Italy and Austria. Lanciani's Santa Dimna: an oratorio for a duchess in exile / V. Crowther -- Irish prince -- Austrian patron: the cult of St. Coloman and its artistic-musical legacy / R.N. Freeman.
Style and technique in the Oratorios of Carlo Agostino Badia at the Imperial Court in Vienna: a preliminary report / P.J. Kerr -- From Sepolcro to Passion Oratorio: tradition and innovation in the early eighteenth-century Viennese oratorio / R. Schnitzler -- [14] James Joyce and music. Homer -- Dante -- Joyce -- Dallapiccola: four artists in search of Ulysses / R. Fearn.
pt. 2: Schemata and numeri in the Notre Dame organum duplum / F. Flindell -- Modal identity in Renaissance polphony: history and hindsight / A. Johnstone -- The Medieval Motet-Chanson: case-studies and definition / W. Thomas -- Beethoven's folksong settings as sources of Irish folk music / B. Cooper -- Johann Schobert and Mozart's early sonatas / J. Irving -- Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: the introduction to the finale / R. Meikle -- The 'Canon' of music history: historical and critical aspects / M. Huttunen -- On the critical edge of music / J. Grier -- The iconography of the Irish harp as a national symbol / B. Boydell -- The transmission of music and the formation of national identity in early twentieth-century Ireland / M. McCarthy -- New projects in European musicology / C. Gianturco -- Dublin musical societies 1850-1900 / I. Beausang -- Elgar and J.S. Bach: a wider perspective / C. Kent.
Verdi's unwritten operas / R.M. Marvin -- Karlowicz's Lithuanian Rhapsody: an expression of Polish romantic nationalism or a skeleton in the closet? / M. Murphy -- The 'mechanisms of motion' in the first movement of Brahms's Third Symphony / J. Reidy -- Berlioz and Irlande: from romance to melodie / J. Rushton -- Modeste Musorgsky and Arseny Golenishchev-Kutuzov / The revival of plainchant in the Roman Catholic church in Ireland, 1777-1858: some sources and their commerce with England / B. Zon -- The 'Cambury' Purcell manuscript / M. Laurie -- Alternative versions of Purcell's Praise the Lord, O My Soul: O Lord My God / L. Pike -- The evolution of hierarchical pitch-levels in some early sketches for Stravinsky's Movements for piano and orchestra / F.G. Caulfield -- Time present, past and future in the writings and practice of Milhaud; comparisons with Stravinsky and Eliot / B.L. Kelly.
The Samuel Wesley Letters Edition: a report of work in progress / P. Olleson -- The Vocal Appoggiatura in England c.1780-c.1830: a regional perspective amidst a Pan-European Debate / R. Toft -- Intertextuality and meaning in Charles Ives's In Flanders Fields / A. Houtchens and J.P. Stout -- Witold Lutoslawski's Third Symphony (1983): A Hermeneutic interpretation / K. Tarnawska-Kaczorowska.

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