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(US) CFP -- 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies: Musicology at Kalamazoo (2011 September 15 - deadline)
Call for Papers (CFP)
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
May 10-13, 2012
We invite abstracts for the following sponsored sessions:
|* Regional Musical Practices||* Chant & Liturgy|
|* Performance & Polyphony||* Language & Music|
|* Vernacular Music||* Source Studies|
|* Theory Manuscripts||* Neo-Medievalism|
|* Pedagogy Roundtable|
(US) Dancing, Whistling, and Vivaldi’s Lute: Hightlights from IEMF (By Anna Pranger -- Harmonia Review)
“The Indianapolis Early Music Festival kicked off June 24, but this intrepid blogger was unable to attend that first weekend, so I bring you a summary from the second weekend of the festival.
News from (UK) Dance Books, that their new site is now open. Of particular interest is the “Early Dance Books” section.
(DE) Recently Published: "The Schwerin Lute Book", "Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in C and Partita in D" (Tree Edition)
New items published by TREE EDITION July 2011
The Schwerin Lute Book
(Schwerin Ms Mus 641)
This manuscript contains 86 pieces for Baroque lute and is the main source for the music
of the Paris master Germain Pinel of whom we find many unica in this handwritten lute book.
Other composers include Dufaut, Denis & Ennemond Gaultier, Strobel, Dubut, Gumprecht
and Mercure. The edition comes in two volumes and contains a complete reprodution of
the manuscript as well as a large essay (in German) on this source and full index
and concordances by François-Pierre Goy.
2 volumes / French tablature / Baroque tuning
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