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Tou-tou-tou, vous saurez tout sur le carnyx !

C.M.
Tou-tou-tou, vous saurez tout sur le carnyx !

Et ça se passe à Viterbo, en Italie, à 1h au nord de Rome.

Et je suis très heureux de revoir l'équipe de Sanzeno et l'équipe anglo-écossaise !

International Conference on Brass Instruments

from Ancient Europe

Viterbo, November 11th – 13th, 2015

Complesso di S. Maria in Gradi, Aula Magna

 

Wednesday 11th November

09:30 – 10:00
Introduction and Welcome Address

Session 1: Tintignac Carnyx
Chair: Alessandro Ervas
10:00 Christophe Maniquet (INRAP)
Les carnyx de Tintignac: une découverte archéologique exceptionnelle.
10:25 Joël Gilbert (CNRS- Université du Maine)
La copie du Carnyx de Tintignac, le point de vue de l'acousticien.
10:50 Jean Boisserie (Cublac, craftsman),
Techniques et commentaires sur la fabrication et la reproduction des objets archéologiques en feuille de bronze et laiton.
11:15-11:30 Discussion

Session 2: Sanzeno Carnyx
Chair: Christophe Maniquet
12:00 Paolo Bellintani (Soprintendenza per i beni archeologici di Trento)
Il karnyx di Sanzeno (Trentino - Italia): il progetto
12:20 Rosa Roncador (Soprintendenza per i beni archeologici di Trento)
Riscoprendo il karnyx di Sanzeno: lo studio archeologico
12:40 Alessandro Ervas (Preganziol, Treviso, craftsman)
Dalla teoria alla pratica. Sperimentazione, progettazione e realizzazione del karnyx di Sanzeno
13:00 Ivano Ascari (Conservatorio di Trento)
L'esperienza di un trombettista.
13:20-13:30 Discussion

Session 3: Northern Europe in Antiquity
Chair: Paolo Bellintani
14:30 Peter Holmes (Middlesex University, London)
Brass Instruments in Ancient Europe
14:55 Murray Campbell (University of Edinburgh)
What Acoustic Analysis can add to our Knowledge and Understanding of ancient Instruments
15:20 John Creed (Glasgow, craftsman)
Reconstruction of the Loughnashade Horn.
15:45-15:55 Discussion

Session 4: Study cases
Chair: Marina Micozzi
16:30 Raquel Jiménez Pasalodos (University of Valladolid)
The Celtiberian Clay Trumpets (1st-2nd Centuries B.C): the Valorization of Music-Archaeological Heritage through Experimental Archaeology
16:55 Luca Fiorini (Università di Perugia), Jacopo De Grossi Mazzorin (Università di Lecce)
Una conchiglia-tromba dal contesto cultuale di Gravisca
17:20 Discussion

Thursday 12th

Session 1: Instrument Replicas
Chair: Joël Gilbert
09:30 Peter Holmes (Middlesex University, London)
The EMAP Approach to Etruscan and Roman Brass.
09:50 Murray Campbell (University of Edinburgh)
Acoustic and Performance Aspects of the Etruscan and Roman Lituus,Cornu and Tuba
10:10 John Creed (Glasgow, craftsman)
The Litui from the Tomba dei Rilievi Dipinti
10:30 Alessandro Ervas (Preganziol, Treviso, craftsman)
Reconstruction of the Roman Cornu.
10:50 Discussion

Session 2 : Bronze Soundscapes
Chair: Stefano De Angeli
11:30 Claudia Pelosi, Giorgia Agresti (Università della Tuscia, Viterbo)
X-ray techniques for analysis and comparison of two Etruscan bronze lituui from Tarquinia and Cortona
11:50 Claudia Pelosi, Giorgia Agresti (Università della Tuscia, Viterbo)
Non-invasive X-ray fluorescence for the investigation of ancient bronze and brass musical instruments: an overview
12:10 Marina Micozzi (Università della Tuscia, Viterbo)
Lituui e cornua nei contesti etruschi
12:30 Giovanna Bagnasco Gianni (Università di Milano)
Il lituus di Tarquinia
12:50 Discussion

14:30 Paolo Giulierini (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli)
Il lituus di Cortona
14:50 Chiara Bernardini (Università della Tuscia, Viterbo)
Cornua e Tuba nei contesti romani
15:10 Discussion

Session 3 : Round Table
16:00-17:00
Ancient Bronze Instruments in Etruria and Rome
Moderator: Alessandro Naso (CNR-ISMA)
Participants:
Chiara Bernardini, Paolo Giulierini, Giovanna Bagnasco Gianni, Marina Micozzi, Peter Holmes, Murray Campbell, Claudia Pelosi, John Kenny, Ivano Ascari.

Session 4: Experimental Performances 
Chair: Emiliano Li Castro
18:30-20:00
Participants:
Peter Holmes (London, musician), John Kenny (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow), Patrick Kenny (London, musician), Ivano Ascari (Conservatorio Musicale di Trento), Gaetano Delfini (Rome, musician), Daniele Ercoli (Rome, musician).

Friday 13th
Session 1: Historic Brass Society
Moderator and session organizer: Jeffrey Nussbaum, Historic Brass Society
Views of Ancient Brass through a Modern Prism
09:00 Trevor Herbert (Open University)
Introduction and presentation of the Christopher Monk Award to Wim Becu
09:30 Keith Polk (University of New Hampshire)
Knowledge of and Reflection on Trumpets of Antiquity in the Renaissance
10:00 Annemies Tamboer (Driebergen, Independent Researcher)
The Medieval Ban Horn, Symbol of Secular Authority and Legitimacy
10:30 Jeremy Montagu (Oxford University)
The Shofar
11:30 Gabriele Cassone (Conservatorio “Guido Cantelli”, Novara)
A Demonstration and Evaluation of Ancient Brass Instruments
12:00 Chris Hasselbring (Music Institute of Chicago and Kirsty Montgomery, Northwestern University)
Intersecting History and Pedagogy: Using the Natural Trumpet and the History of Lip-blown Instruments to Teach Beginning Brass Students

Session ends 

English, French and Italian are the official languages of the conference.

 

 

 

 

 

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