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Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Mirabellplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

Internationales Symposium
MIKROTÖNE ~ MICROTONES
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL

Vorträge und Konzerte zum Schwerpunkt Mikrotonale Musik

Eine Veranstaltung der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Ekmelische Musik
in Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg.

Wir freuen uns, das Programm für das Symposium bekanntzugeben (Änderungen vorbehalten).

  • Ankunft – Anmeldung

  • Eröffnung – Begrüßungsworte

Referate I

Moderation: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • Rūta Stanevičiūtė (LTU)

    Rediscovering the Lithuanian Microtonal Music: Jeronimas Kačinskas and the Hába School

  • Hans-Gunter Lock (EST)

    Organizing Microtonal Pitches. Tables of Pitch-Class Sets for 13 to 24 Equal Division of the Octave as a Tool for Composers

  • Manuel Dominguez Salas (MEX)

    Freedom and movement of microtones in ishini’ioni string quartet

  • MITTAGSPAUSE

Referate II

Moderation: Gertraud Steinkogler-Wurzinger

  • Georg Hajdu (DEU)

    Syntactic Considerations in the Modulation between Microtonal Scales

  • Johannes Kotschy (AUT)

    Microtonal Music – Just Imagination?

  • Jacob Elkin (USA)

    Just intonation quarter-tone practice for trombone

  • KAFFEEPAUSE

Referate III

Moderation: Johannes Kotschy

  • Tolgahan Çoğulu (TUR)

    The Application of Al-Kindi’s Oud Fret Values to the Guitar and Analysis of Enis Gümüş’s piece “El-Kindî”

  • Iván Cipactli Hernández Espinosa (MEX)

    Expansion of the microtonal marimba

Konzert I

  • Iván Cipactli Hernández Espinosa (MEX)

    Quarter-Tone Marimba

Konzert II

“Vom Leben das Beste” – Hommage an Franz Richter Herf

Shakespeare Kunst & Kulinarisches, Hubert-Sattler-Gasse 3, 5020 Salzburg

Konzert III

MICROTONAL JAM SESSION

Referate IV

Moderation: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • William Anderson (USA)

    Eugene Lee’s work in 18-tone combinatoriality

  • Gertraud Steinkogler-Wurzinger (AUT) und Gunda Dietzel (DEU)

    Use and effect of Shrutis and Gamakas in the “Nada-Brahma System” of Dr Vemu Mukunda

  • Jens Rossel (DNK)

    Gunnar Berg’s “Possession”

  • Christian Klinkenberg (BEL)

    “Der Gletscher”, a microtonal opera

  • MITTAGSPAUSE

Referate V

Moderation: Gertraud Steinkogler-Wurzinger

  • Richard Cameron-Wolfe (USA)

    Microtones and the Human Psyche: the Legacy of Composer John Eaton

  • Eleni Ralli (GRC)

    Harry Partch’s “The Letter”, a Comparison of the three existing versions (1943,1955, 1972)

  • Charles Corey (USA)

    The Adapted Guitar Music of Harry Partch: A Microcosm of the Composer’s Style and Ingenuity

  • KAFFEEPAUSE

Referate VI

Moderation: Johannes Kotschy

  • Georg Vogel, David Dornig, Valentin Duit (AUT)

    Navigation through 31EDO using ut-re-mi-fa-sol-la on a split-keyed instrument

  • Johnny Reinhard (USA)

    128 Tuning – or 8th Octave of the Overtone Series (Harmonic Tuning)

Konzert IV

  • Johnny Reinhard

    “The microtonal Bassoon”

Referate VII

Moderation: Johannes Kotschy

  • Elisa Järvi (FIN)

    Performing on the Quarter-Tone Piano, Re-Discovering Repertoire

  • Felipe Pinto-d’Aguiar (CHL)

    “A Horcajadas en la Luz” - Harmonic and Textural Techniques

  • Ben Lunn (GBR)

    The imaginary 128 stringed viol: an investigation of Horaţiu Rădulescu’s String Quartet No. 4

  • MITTAGSPAUSE

Referate VIII

Moderation: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • Siegfried Steinkogler (AUT)

    Teaching Microtonality

  • Navid Bargrizan (USA)

    Microtonal Pentatonic Scales as the Source for “Pictures at the Micro-Exhibition”

Konzert V

  • Laurent Estoppey (CHE)

    “Microtonal Saxophone”

  • KAFFEEPAUSE

Referate IX

Moderation: Johannes Kotschy

  • Stefan Gerritsen (NLD)

    31-tone guitar

  • Katarzyna Bartos (POL)

    Hidden mathematical processes? “Stimmung” by Karlheinz Stockhausen

Solitär, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, Mirabellplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

Konzert VI

  • Karlheinz Stockhausen

    “Stimmung”

Ende des Symposiums