The Art of Music Edition II


8. September:


Welcoming address by Bjarne Rogan, centre director


10.15-13.00 Keynotes


Theodora Psychoyou, Paris/Sorbonne:

Editing French manuscripts of the late 17th Century: stakes of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's holograph sources


Clive Brown, Leeds University:

Editing Brahms sonatas: reading between the lines of the notation


Bjarte Engeset, University of Oslo:

Fartein Valen's orchestral works: the sources



Moderator: Ståle Wikshåland


13.00: Lunch



Peter Hauge, DCM

Reconstructing a musical work on the basis of incomplete performance material: Scheibe’s Passion Cantata “Sørge-kantata ved Christi Grav” (1769)


Margrete Bue, Norwegian National library

Scholarly Editing and Performing Arts - Music and Dance as Text


Lars-Thomas Holm, NMH

Ludvig Irgens-Jensen: The editing of his Piano Quintet



Moderator: Clive Brown


9. September:


Thomas Erma Møller, IMV/UiO:

Editor's Choice: Catholic or Protestant Mary. The Text Issue in a Critical Edition of Fartein Valen's Ave Maria for Soprano and Orchestra, Op. 4


Jan Gunnar Sørbø, NMH

Von Bülow’s performance editions: Giving new life to a lost performance practice



Moderator: Ståle Wikshåland


13.00: Lunch


The afternoon is at free disposal for all participants


10. September:




Morten Christophersen, IMV/UiO

Johan Svendsen as a revising Composer


Hans Olav Gorset, NMH

Hand-written Norwegian music books - documentation and inspiration


Ståle Wikshåland
A new digital Review for critical editing – plans and prospects


13.00: Lunch












Norsk musikkarv
Publisert 5. aug. 2014 11:05 - Sist endret 5. sep. 2014 15:58