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Early Music Pedagogy and Performance Practice

Dipartimento delle Arti Visive · Performative · Mediali (Bologna University)
February · March 2015
Palazzo Marescotti (via Barberia 4, Bologna, Italy)

The intensive course for Master/PhD students in Musicology (24h) deals with several issues about improvisation and ornamentation within learning processes in 15th-17th cent. repertoire, as well as Solmisation, Canto Fermo and Fratto, Counterpoint, and Diminutione.

Palma Choralis® · Research Group & Early Music Ensemble
Dott. Marcello Mazzetti & Dott. Livio Ticli

programme co-ordinator · Prof. Cesarino Ruini

ABSTRACT · Alongside of numerous primary sources available on the web, present artistic performance seems to be insensitive to recent research findings on performance practice and processes typical of unwritten tradition. This is the outcome from gaps between theory and practice, text and context, or musicologist and performer, although [...] Read more at http://www.palmachoralis.org/?p=2610

Thu 26 feb 11:00-15:00
Thu 5 mar 13:00-17:00
Tue 10 mar 14:00-18:00
Thu 12 mar 13:00-17:00
Tue 17 mar 14:00-18:00
Thu 26 mar 14:00-18:00

To attain 3 ECTS (Italian CFU) students are required to attend at least 16 hours plus the last date of the course: they must participate in workshops and show evidence of self-reflection and the implementation of ideas from the course during the final round table.

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Dipartimento delle Arti Visive · Performative · Mediali – Bologna University
Palma Choralis® · Research Group & Early Music Ensemble


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