Historiae Programma

Thurday, 26 January h. 19:30

 

WELCOME
Luisa Zanoncelli, Fondazione Ugo e Olga Levi
David Hiley, University of Regensburg

 

KEYNOTE PAPER
The Romano-Frankish basis of the office chant repertory
Susan Rankin, Emmanuel College, Cambridge University
The office in Carolingian hands
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Friday, 27 January, h. 9:00
FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS IN OFFICE CHANT RESEARCH
&nbsp
Henry Parkes, Yale University
Teology and teleology in early matins responsories
&nbsp
Benjamin Brand, University of North Texas
Psalm paraphrase and biblical exegesis: an early office for Saint Stephen
&nbsp
Harald Buchinger, University of Regensburg
On the hermeneutics of saints’ offices. A response to the papers of Henry Parkes
and Benjamin Brand

&nbsp
Roman Hankeln, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
Music and text in saints’ offices. Two approaches
&nbsp
Nils Holger Petersen, University of Copenhagen
Emotion and human identification in medieval saints’ offices.
A response to the paper of Roman Hankeln

 

h. 15:00
COMPUTER-AIDED RESEARCH: ANALYSIS OF MELODIES, REPERTORY CONTROL
&nbsp
Morné Bezuidenhout, University of Cape Town
Mark Brand, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
A web-based interface for the computational analysis and recognition of interval patterns in chants from late medieval saints’ offices
&nbsp
Kate Helsen, University of Western Ontario
Working with the research legacy of Andrew Hughes
&nbsp
Giacomo Baroffio, Santu Lussurgiu Sardegna
«Iter liturgicum italicum». Alla ricerca di historiae e di liturgie locali
&nbsp
Eva Ferro, University of Freiburg
From the saint’s historia to the saint’s feast?
Some reflections on the methods of textual edition of saints’ offices

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POSTSCRIPTUM MUSICO-THEORETICUM
&nbsp
David Hiley, University of Regensburg
«Musicus et cantor». Some theorist-composers of historiae
&nbsp
Saturday, 28 January, h. 9:00
HISTORIAE IN THE NORTH
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Barbara Haggh-Huglo, University of Maryland, College Park
Some medieval offices from Ghent and a new way of interpreting their melodies
&nbsp
Jean-François Goudesenne, IRHT, Orléans
Territory and historiography of “Gregorian” chant in early western Frankish historiae (750-950)
&nbsp
Danette Brink, University of Regensburg
The seven historiae for the medieval cathedral of Trier. A conservative point of view
&nbsp
Robert Klugseder, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Wien
Saints offices from Austria
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Zsuzsa Czagány, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Historiae in the central European area. Repertorial layers and transmission in Bohemia, Poland and Hungary
&nbsp
Jurij Snoj, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana
Late liturgical offices in Aquileian manuscripts
&nbsp
h. 15:00
HISTORIAE IN ITALY
&nbsp
Marco Gozzi, University of Trento
Research on historiae in Italy: desiderata and opportunities
&nbsp
Cesarino Ruini, University of Bologna
The offices of the Saints Adalbert, Hedwig and Stanislaus at Trent: a history of exclusion
&nbsp
Gionata Brusa, University of Würzburg
Giulia Gabrielli, Free University of Bolzano
Historiae in the Alto Adige. Competing influences and historical developments in local chant composition
&nbsp
Stefania Vitale, University of Torino
L’ufficio di Sant’Eusebio a Vercelli tra XI e XX secolo.
Prime riflessioni

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POSTSCRIPTUM E TERRA NOVA
Barbara Haggh-Huglo
Post-Tridentine Marian offices in Mexico and their old and new chant
&nbsp
Sunday, 29 January, h. 9:00

DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS
Possibilities for international cooperation and networking
in repertorial research
Desiderata and priorities in editing historiae