Musikvidenskabeligt Institut, Københavns Universitet

PhD Course in Musicology at Department of Musicology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, May 8-12, 2000

Description and Interpretation
Programme

Programme Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Morning lecture + discussion
9:00-11:30 am
Description and interpretation in the study of improvisation: An ethnomusicological perspective.
 
Emer. prof. Bruno Nettl
University of Illinois
In Search of the Black-Other.
 
Prof. Richard Middleton
University of Newcastle
Hermeneutics (and/or?) Historical Understanding: What is the Status of Present Interpretations of Music of the Past, What are their Claims, What are the Attendant Obligations Upon Interpreters?
 
Prof. Leo Treitler
City University of New York
Temporality and narrativity in St. Augustin and Claudio Monteverdi.
 
Prof. Ståle Wikshåland
Universitetet i Oslo
The Metaphysics of the Musical Work.
 
Prof. David Osmond-Smith
University of Sussex
  Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
Afternoon session 1
12:30-2:30 pm
Guest lecturer will be present
Presentations by PhD students and discussions of papers (+discussion(s) of texts) Presentations by PhD students and discussions of papers (+discussion(s) of texts) Presentations by PhD students and discussions of papers (+discussion(s) of texts) Presentations by PhD students and discussions of papers (+discussion(s) of texts) Presentations by PhD students and discussions of papers (+discussion(s) of texts)
  Coffee/tea Coffee/tea Coffee/tea Coffee/tea Coffee/tea
Afternoon session 2
3:00-4:30 pm
Follow-up: Discussions in Danish/Scandinavian Follow-up: Discussions in Danish/Scandinavian Follow-up: Discussions in Danish/Scandinavian Follow-up: Discussions in Danish/Scandinavian Follow-up: Discussions in Danish/Scandinavian

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Latest update: February 11, 2000