CONF: Moisa Epichorios: Regional Music and Musical Regions, Ravenna 1-3 October 2009

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MOISA EPICHORIOS: REGIONAL MUSIC AND MUSICAL REGIONS

MOISA EPICHORIOS: MUSICA REGIONALE E REGIONI MUSICALI NELL’ANTICA GRECIA

(Moisa – International Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and its Cultural Heritage
IIIrd Annual Meeting)

RAVENNA, ITALY, 1-3 OCTOBER 2009

Sala conferenze Dipartimento di Storie e Metodi per la Conservazione dei Beni Culturali
Via degli Ariani, 1 – Ravenna, Italy

Provisional Programme

Thursday, October 1st

14.30 Welcome and Opening Address

Ist Session – Local and Panhellenic in a Mobile Mediterranean

15.30 Ian Rutherford (Reading) – Local song versus Panhellenic song: a false dichotomy?
16.00 David Fearn (Warwick) – Choral Lyric and Sculpture: Local and Panhellenic Dimensions

16.30 Discussion

16.45 Barbara Kowalzig (London) – Arion in the West: musical innovation, trade and civic communities in the Archaic Mediterranean
17.15 Stelios Psaroudakis (Athens) – Musical instruments of the ancient Hellenes: inventions, influences and infiltrations
17.45 Andrew Barker (Birmingham) – Migrating myths: the case of the Libyan aulos

18.05 Discussion

18.30 Nina Almazova (St. Petersburg) – A Lyre on the ground: a vase-painting from the State Hermitage
18.45 Stefan Hagel (Wien) – Ptolemy’s homalón – a clue to local music?

19.05 Discussion
19.30 Welcome Drink

Friday, October 2nd

IInd Session – Athens the Epicentre?

8.30 Lucia Prauscello (Cambridge) and Peter Wilson (Sydney) – New Music coming into Athens rather than going out of it (tbc)
9.00 Edith Hall (London) – The geopolitics of metrical form in 5th-century Athenian theatre
9.30 Sheila Murnaghan (UPenn) – The Muse’s return: the restoration of foreign music in Athenian drama
Poster Ellen Van Keer (Brussels) – Local interpretations of mythical traditions about the music of aulos: texts and images

9.50 Discussion

10.15 Daniela Castaldo (Lecce) – Musical evidences in non-Attic pottery
10.45 Maria Broggiato (Rome) – Eratosthenes, Icaria and the origins of tragedy

11.05 Discussion
11.15 Break

IIIrd Session – ‘Orientalism’

11.45 Timothy Power (Rutgers) – Call of the wild: drums, cymbals, and ritual noise in classical Athens’ theatre
12.15 Mariella De Simone (Salerno-Naples) – La musica lidia nelle fonti greche: rappresentazioni ideologiche e dinamiche interculturali

12.35 Discussion

12.50 Anna Chiara Fariselli (Bologna-Ravenna) – Per un recupero del “sapere musicale” fenicio e punico attraverso le fonti scritte
13.10 Nicola Cucuzza (Genoa) – Musica a Creta fra Età del Bronzo ed epoca arcaica

13.30 Discussion
14.00 Lunch

IVth Session – The Peloponnese: Arkadia and Sparta

15.00 David Creese (British Columbia) – Even in Arcadia? Timotheus, Philoxenus and the geography of musical conservatism in the Second Sophistic
Posters Amedeo Visconti (Naples) – Una regione e la sua musica: il caso dell’Arcadia
Gianfranco Mosconi (Rome) – Note musicali a Polibio, iv 20-21: Eforo, gli Arcadi, la ‘vera musica’ del passato e la musica ‘nuova’

15.30 Claude Calame (Paris) – Traditions locales de la poésie érotique grecque: rituels musicaux à Sparte et à Lesbos au VIe siècle
16.00 Timothy Barnes (Toronto) – Lakonismos: the local transmission of the text of Alcman
16.20 Maria Paola Funaioli (Bologna-Ravenna) – Le canzoni spartane dell’esodo della Lisistrata (vv. 1244-72 e 1296-fin.)

16.40 Discussion
17.00 Break

Vth Session – Ancient Italy: Magna Grecia and Etruria

17.30 Antonella Provenza (Palermo) – The paean and Apollo’s cult in Magna Graecia: music therapy among the Early Pythagoreans
18.00 Marina F.A. Martelli (Milan) – L’italica armonia di Senocrate di Locri
Posters Angela Bellia (Palermo) – Mito, musica e rito nelle raffigurazioni dei pinakes del Persephoneion di Locri Epizefirii (VI – V sec. a.C.)
Anna Di Giglio (Foggia) – Strumenti a percussione nel mondo greco e magno greco: testimonianze letterarie e iconografiche
Giancarlo Germanà (Syracuse) – Gli dèi, gli uomini e la musica: analisi di un tema iconografico nelle importazioni attiche a Gela tra il VI ed il V secolo a.C.

18.20 Discussion

18.40 Carolyn Bowyer (London) – Etruscan trumpets
Poster Emiliano Li Castro (Viterbo) – Il cuore nascosto di Diòniso

19.00 Discussion
20.30 Dinner

Saturday, October 3rd

VIth Session – Musical Sanctuaries: Delphi, Epidauros, Ephesos

9.00 Egert Pöhlmann (Erlangen) – Poetry and music in Apollo’s sanctuary in Delphi from the 7th to the 2nd century B.C.
9.30 Pauline Le Ven (Yale) – Singing out of place: Isyllus’ paean to Epidaurian Asclepius

9.50 Discussion

10.10 Marcus Mota (Brasilia) – Fragments of an Archaic and noisy city: the soundscape of Ephesus according to Heraclitus

10.30 Discussion
10.50 Break

VIIth Session – Patronage and Locality

11.20 John Franklin (Vermont) – Kinyras and the musical stratigraphy of Early Cyprus
11.40 Federicomaria Muccioli (Bologna-Ravenna) – Culti cantati e culti musicali per i sovrani ellenistici. Prodromi, aspetti e problemi
Poster Paola Dessì (Bologna) – Musica nell’Egitto di Tolemeo Filadelfo
12.00 Giambattista D’Alessio (London) – L’ iscrizione lirica di Eraclea

12.30 Final Discussion
13.00 Lunch

The programme is also posted at www.dismec.unibo.it/musichegreci and on the “Moisa” website (www.moisasociety.org).

Thanks to the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, three student bursaries at £ 100 are available for students from the UK wishing to attend the conference. Please contact barbara.kowalzig AT rhul.ac.uk if you would like to apply.

For further information please contact donatella.restani AT unibo.it and barbara.kowalzig AT rhul.ac.uk

For information on travel and accommodation please contact the organization bureau directly:
Tel. 0544 936711 – fax 0544 936717
crossi AT fondazioneflaminia.it
maddalena.roversi AT unibo.it
eleonoraxconti AT gmail.com

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