International Council for Traditional Music

A Non-Governmental Organization in Formal Consultative Relations with UNESCO

Preliminary programme of the Fifth Symposium

Preliminary programme of the
Fifth Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Multipart Music
7 – 12 May 2017
Nanning, China
 
Sunday, 7 May 2017
Arrival of the participants
19:30 Welcome dinner
 

 

Monday, 8 May 2017
Venue: Guangxi Arts University, Lijiang painting art Center exhibition hall, Meeting room(18st)
 
08:30 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 –09:30 Welcome Addresses
 
09:30 –10:30 Keynote: Fan Zuyin (China)
Analysis of the Reason for Multi-Sound Structural Differentiation between Chinese and Western Music
Chair: Chen Kunpeng (China)
 
10:30  - 11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
 
11:00 – 12:00 Keynote: Rudolf M. Brandl (Austria)
The Magical Anhui Nuo Ritual Luogu (Gong & Drum-)Pattern in Time and Space (China)
Chair: Ardian Ahmedaja (Austria)
 
 
12:00 –15:00 Lunch Break
 
 
15:00 – 16:30 Session I:
The Understandings of Multipart Music in Diverse Research Traditions
Chair: Zhanna Pärtlas (Estonia)
 
Ignazio Macchiarella (Italy)
Shared Creative Musical Constructions
Chong Pek Lin (Malaysia)
Comparing kerintuk and belian dado’ (Kenyah multipart vocal genres) and Exploring Features in Common with the Choral Traditions of the Indigenous Groups of Taiwan
Ardian Ahmedaja (Austria)
On Designations of Local Multipart Music Practices and their Understandings in Albania
 
 
20:00-21:30 Workshop on Multipart Music of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Venue: Lijiang painting art Center exhibition hall (13st)
 
 
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Venue: Guangxi Arts University, Lijiang painting art Center exhibition hall, Meeting room(18st)
 
08:30 – 10:00 Session II:
Research on Polyphonic Folk Song in Dong and Zhuang Ethnic Groups, 1.
Chair: Li Xiuqin (Taiwan)
 
Yang Xiuzhao (China)
Summary of Zhuang-Dong Two-Part Folk Songs
Wu Rongshun (Taiwan)
The Research and Observation on the Diachronic of Taiwan Bunun Polyphonic Song Pasibutbut
Chu Zhuo (China)
Discussion on Organization Principles of Zhuang-Dong Ethnic Group’s Multi-Voice Folk Song
 
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee and Tea Break
 
10:30 – 12:00 Session III:
Research on Polyphonic Folk Song in Dong and Zhuang Ethnic Groups, 2.
Chair: Wu Rongshun (Taiwan)
 
Chen Kunpeng (China)
On Heteroglossia of Lyra in Zhuang - Dong Ethnic Group
Lê Văn Toàn (Vietnam)
Conserving Traditional Music in the Contemporary Life—Take Vietnam national music and the Quan họ Folk song for example
Liu Wen (China)
On Dual Yin Yang Structure Mind of Chinese Traditional Polyphony Music
 
12:00 – 15:00 Lunch break
 
15:00 – 16:30 Session IV:
A specific use of sound in space and time: polymusic and soundscape.
Chair: Ignazio Macchiarella (Italy)
 
Anda Beitāne (Latvia)
Is it a Competition? Sound in Space and Time for Suiti Singers
Bernd Brabec de Mori (Austria)
Simultaneously Creating Common Landscapes: Polyphonic Singing among the Shipibo-Konibo (Western Amazon Lowlands)
Zhanna Pärtlas (Estonia)
The Phenomenon of Polymusic in the Seto Song Tradition: the Case of the Wedding Songs Called kaasitamine
 
18:30 Dinner in Xingfu Xiaoyuan offered by the local organisers
 
 
Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Venue: Guangxi Arts University, Lijiang painting art Center exhibition hall, Meeting room(18st)
 
08:30 – 10:00 Session V: New Research, 1.
Chair: Ulrich Morgenstern (Austria)
 
Lin Wei-Ya (Austria/Taiwan)
Local Bi-/Multi-Musicality: A Case Study about the Musical Self-Conception of Professional Musicians at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Lu Yu-Hsiu (Taiwan)
Study on Melodic Texture of Septet Ensemble in Dishi
Tamaz Gabisonia (Georgia)
Practice and Challenges of the Terminology Denoting Polyphony Using the Example of Georgian Traditional Music
 
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee and Tea Break
 
10:30 – 12:00 Session VI: New Research, 2.
Chair: Anda Beitāne (Latvia)
 
Larisa Khaltaeva (Russian Federation)
Bourdon Multi-Voice: Its Genesis and Evolution in the Traditional Music of Turkic-Mongolian Peoples
Ulrich Morgenstern (Austria)
The 14th-Century Triple-Chanter Bagpipe from Stara Russa. Reconstructing Early Multipart Textures in Russian Instrumental Music
Gertrud Maria Huber (Germany)
Viennese Sound vs. Munich Sound. A Study on Standardized Zither Tuning in Comparison to Older Varying Tunings and Their Consequences for Multipart Zither Music.
 
12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Break
 
13:30 Visit to the Guangxi Ethnic Museum
 
 
 
Thursday, 11 July 2016
 
With Local Musicians in Ma Shan.
 
 
Friday, 12 May 2017
 
08:30 – 10:00 Final Discussion
 
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee and Tea break
 
10:30 – 12:00 Bussiness Meeting and Closing Ceremony