7.C. Performance and Analysis: An Empirical Research on the Interactions between Analysts and Performers Mario Baroni, Anna Maria Bordin, Antonio Grande, Luca Marconi et Egidio Pozzi - 29 juin 2017, 17h00-17h45, amphithéâtre Cavaillès


Le 29 juin 2017
de 17h00 à 17h45

Le Patio (université de Strasbourg)
22 rue René Descartes, 67000 Strasbourg
amphithéâtre Cavaillès

Conférence semi-plénière

Pré-acte / Acte

Auteurs : Mario Baroni, Anna Maria Bordin, Antonio Grande, Luca Marconi et Egidio Pozzi

     The analysis of performance can normally take into account two different methods and aims: an analysis of the score useful for a performance and an analysis of the performance itself, which is often carried out with the support of technological means. A form of empirical research with the aim of investigating the possible interactions between an expert of theory and analysis and a professional performer has not so far been developed. The nature of this interaction is the focus of the present proposal. It was conceived by GATM, the Italian society of analysis and theory of music, which launched a call for participation in Italian Conservatories and Universities.
The project has the intent of deepening the knowledge of such interactions not from psychological or social points of view but in order to catch the most relevant and effective modalities of communication between the members of the pair. For this reason we requested a specific working method based on a recording of the discussions and of the different productions both of the analyst and the performer in the various phases of their relationships.

     The project was accepted by RAMI (an association for musical and artistic research) and involved 8 pairs of not only single participants: 21 musicologists and musicians from 10 Conservatories (Bologna, Cagliari, Como, Castelfranco, Ferrara, Genoa, Novara, Pescara, Turin, Trento), 4 Universities (of Calabria, Venice, Bologna, and Graz in Austria) and 2 other institutions (Teatro Comunale and Fondazione Liszt in Bologna).

Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg
Opéra National du Rhin
Conservatoire de Strasbourg