9th Biennial Conference on Baroque Music 

Detailed Timetable

This timetable is provisional. It was posted on 13 April 2000 and will be confirmed not later than 20 April.
Select the date Thursday, 13 July Friday, 14 July Saturday, 15 July Sunday, 16 July
Strand One
Strand Two
Strand Three
9-11.30 Aspects on opera and theatre music Sonata, symphony and concerto in the 17th and early 18th centuries (i) Bach studies: (a) Compositional process, analysis and performance
9.00–9.30 Carolyn Gianturco
Accompanied Recitative in 17th-century Italy: A brief history
Peter Allsop
Sets of variations in Italian ensemble sonatas of the first half of the 17th century
9.30–10.00 William Summers
The uses of Baroque music and drama in historic Manila, 1610–1710
John Suess
Ritornello form in Giuseppe Torelli’s Op. 6 Concerti musicali (1698)
Don O. Franklin
Composing in time: towards a new understanding of temporal strusture in J.S. Bach's multi-movement works
10.00–10.30 Sarah McCleave
The style and purpose of all things furious
Eleanor F. McCrickard
Giovanni Battista Lampugnani as a composer of trio sonatas, or symphonies?
Rebecca Kan
Vivaldi, Bach and their concerto slow movements
10.30–11.00 Reinhard Strohm
Murder in Armenia, and voices in opera seria
Steven Zohn
The Sonate auf Concertenart and conceptions of genre in the late Baroque
Gregory Butler
The Prelude to J. S. Bach's First English Suite BWV 808/1: An Allegro Concerto Movement in Ritornello Form
-- Coffee break --
11:30–1 pm Aspects on opera and theatre music (cont.) Source studies in Ireland and Scotland Bach studies: (b) Performance concepts in the 20th century
11.30–12.00 (vacant) Donald Burrows
'Mr Harris's score' — a new look at the 'Marsh/Matthews'' manuscript score of Handel's Messiah, now in Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin
Eugenia Russell
Analysis of the J.S. Bach cello suite BWV 1011 with a view to re-composition/improvisation and performance
12.00–12.30 Hendrik Schulze
The 1657 production of Francesco Cavalli’s Artemisia
David Hunter
The Irish state musicians and trumpeters of the 1730s
Martin Elste
Bach in America during the shellac era (1900–50)
12.30–1.00 Tim Carter
Singing Orfeo
Claire Nelson
Scots song in the later 18th century: phiposophical attitudes, performance practice and dissemination
Dorottya Fabian Somorjay
Bach performances during the late 20th century: practice, scholarship and reception
-- Lunch Break --
2.00–3.30 Calendars, diaries and musical culture Spain: sacred music and opera in the 17th and 18th centuries Bach studies: (c) reception history of B-minor Mass
2.00–2.30 Eleanor Selfridge-Field
Rites of autumn, winter and spring: decoding the calendar of Venetian opera
Greta Olson
Reconsidering music in an institutional context: the real Seminario-colegio de Corpus Christi (Valencia), 1625–60
Yo Tomita
Bach's Credo in England: an early history
2.30–3.00 Janice B. Stockigt
The Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Court and state calendars 1728-1745
Juan José Carreras & José Máximo Leza
Urban nobility and Italian opera in early 18th-century Madrid
Uri Golomb
Style, expression and performance in the second Kyrie of Bach's B minor Mass
3.00–3.30 Noel O'Regan
Music in the liturgy of S. Pietro in Vaticano during the reign of Paul V (1605–21): the first liturgical diary of Andrea Amico
Alvaro Torrente
Libretti of devotional music in the Iberian world
Barra Boydell
Bach comes to Dublin: the performance and reception of Bach's music in Dublin in the 19th and early 20th centuries
-- Coffee break --
4.00–5.30 Instruments and performance practice Sacred music and source
studies in the 17th and 18th centuries
Bach studies: (d) Numerology — Bach and beyond
4.00–4.30 J. Drew Stephen
Bach's horn parts: alternatives to nodal vents and hand stopping
Mary Ann Parker
The choruses in Italianate Oratorios: a problem in 18th-century historiography
Tusharr Power
Towards a codification of Bach's golden sections
4.30–5.00 Joyce Lindorff
Perfect vibrations: Pasquali’s ‘Art of fingering’ and the new keyboard aesthetic
Jonathan E Glixon
What did they really sing in 18th-century Venetian churches?
Hermann Jung
Caution, not fully provable! Wisdom and folly in the investigation of musical number symbolism
5.00–5.30 Pierre-Yves Asselin
Susan G. Lewis
The reproduction and reprinting of Italia in Antwerp: madrigal anthologies and their northern audiences in the seventeeth century
5.30–6.00 Ido Abravaya
The Baroque upbeat: outline of its typology and evolution
Bruno Bouckaert
Music inventories as important sources for the reconstuction of church music repertory in the Southern Netherlands: five newly found catalogues from churches in Ghent (c. 1600–c. 1780)
-- Dinner break --
7.30–9.00 Public lecture and historical liturgy at St Patrick's Cathedral

Last updated on 14 June 2000 by Yo Tomita