Musical culture/s of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successors states: Cultural, social and historical approaches

Ort
Vienna
Veranstaltungsort
1010 Wien, Seilerstätte 26, Room A 0201
Veranstalter
Fritz Trümpi, Tatjana Marković / Department of Musicology and Performance Studies (IMI); mdw - University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Datum
22.02.2017 - 24.02.2017
Von
Fritz Trümpi

The workshop of the Department of Musicology and Performance Studies / mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna Musical culture/s of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states is dedicated to one of its research areas – Central Europe. Twenty-four presentations by scholars from Europe and the US are focused on the ways of celebrating Empire in various parts of its territory, characteristics of musical life and historiography, activities of music institutions, media, as well as composers, musicians, instrument builders, processes of migrations, nation building, between the 18th and 20th centuries. The aim of the workshop is to open a wider international research, including discussions on current perspectives, projects, as well as the possibilities of future cooperation based on innovative approaches to music history in political, economic, social and cultural context/s. The objectives of sustainability of the network include the participation of both senior researchers and young scholars. The convenors of the workshop are Assist. Prof. Dr. Fritz Trümpi and Dr. Tatjana Marković.

Programm

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

3:00 pm Opening

3:30 pm Mapping the Field
Chair: Christian Glanz

Tatjana Marković: Lost in Europe: Music history beyond borders

Fritz Trümpi: Creating a music life in Central Europe in the long nineteenth century

4:10 pm Discussion

4:30 pm Celebrating Empire I
Chair: Cornelia Szabó-Knotik

Amy Onstot: ‘Semiramide riconosciutta’ and the construction of female queenship at the court of Maria Theresa

Răzvan Roşu: Music as expression of the Habsburg myth in Transylvania
Katalin Kim-Szacsvai: Prayers for the king, the nation, and for the country: Ferenc Erkel’s Hymns

5:30 pm Discussion

6 pm Break

6:20 pm Celebrating Empire II
Chair: Katalin Kim-Szacsvai

Lili Békéssy: The visit of King Franz Joseph and Queen Elisabeth to Pest-Buda. Celebrating the Habsburgs in the Hungarian National Theatre (1837–1873)

Christian Glanz: Two composed looks on Habsburg by an Austrian Bandmaster: References of contexts and legacy

7:00 Discussion

Thursday, 23 February 2017

10 am Institutions
Chair: Andreas Holzer

Cornelia Szabó-Knotik & Anita Mayer-Hirzberger:
Dreaming of Vienna: The Conservatory of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde and its successors as singer’s/musicians’ utopia

Nada Bezić:
Hrvatski glazbeni zavod (Croatian Music Institute) after 1918: Intimne muzičke večeri (Intimate musical evenings) and Jutarnji koncerti (Morning concerts)

10:40 am Discussion

11 am Media
Chair: Anita Mayer-Hirzberger

Maria Cáceres-Pinuel:
Overlapping management trends of performing arts: The Viennese Music and Theatre International Exhibition 1892

11:20 am Discussion

11:30 am Coffee Break

12:00 pm Migration and Identity I
Chair: Primavera Driessen Gruber

Maja Vasiljević & Haris Dajč:
Jewish identity construction in nineteenth-century Serbia: The case of musician Josif Schlesinger

David Fligg: Gideon Klein: Musical rupture and Jewish migration

12:40 pm Discussion

1 pm Lunch Break

3 pm Migration and Identity II
Chair: Martin Eybl

Kateryna Eliseeva: Music migration in the eighteenth century: Through the pages of a musical collection of Razumovskiјs

Matej Santi: Franjo (Franz) Kresnik (Kreßnik) and the “Italian violin making school”

3:40 pm Discussion

4 pm Coffee Break

4:30 pm Nation Building

Chair: Tatjana Marković
Rudolf Gusztin: Choral movement in nineteenth-century Hungary: A mean of expressing national identity through music

Otilia Constantiniu: The choir, the nation’s voice in unison. Choral movement of Romanians from imperial Transylvania and Banat in the national building

Veronika Varga: Attempts for the introduction of the ballet, as an independent genre, during the beginning of the permanent Hungarian theatrical industry in Pest-Buda (1833–1848)

5:30 pm Discussion 

Friday, 24 February 2017

9:30 am Historiography
Chair: Fritz Trümpi

Theodor Constantiniu: Common concerns, different perspectives: Folk music research in Transylvania and Bukovina in the pre-World War I period

Zsuzsanna Ràkai: Hungarian music historiography and Bence Szabolcsi
Milos Zapletal: Metahistory of creation of the modern Czech music

10:30 am Coffee Break

11:00 am
Lubomir Spurný: Music and cultural transfer: Research Centre for the study of Slavic music

11:20 am Discussion

12:00 pm Round table: State of research and further perspectives
Fritz Trümpi & Tatjana Marković with guests

END

Kontakt

Fritz Trümpi

Department of Musicology and Performance Studies (IMI)
mdw - University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna

truempi@mdw.ac.at

Zitation
Musical culture/s of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successors states: Cultural, social and historical approaches, 22.02.2017 – 24.02.2017 Vienna, in: H-Soz-Kult, 16.02.2017, <www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-33285>.