IMJ 2002 Papers in English

[=> Pepers in Japanese, Saturday 2nd 2002]

Sunday, November 3rd 10:30-12:30

Anthony PRYER: Vivaldi's Four Seasons and the globalization of musical taste
Motomi TSUGAMI: What incited the 'Monteverdi Renaissance'?
Akitsugu KAWAMOTO: Beyond "cover": Emerson, Lake, and Palmer's Restructure of Pictures at an Exhibition
Michael MALKIEWICZ: Court-dance in the late middle-ages and early Renaissance era: an intercultural approach

Qin LUO: The socio-cultural significance of the musical bar in Shanghai
Ruediger PFEIFFER: German Baroque music as a tourist tool in Central Germany
Lara ALLEN: The performance of 'airport art' in Johannesburg, South Africa
Guido BIMBERG: Musical terra-forming as a creation of new city identities in sociological context

Ghyslaine GUERTIN: The universal and the particular in the musical aesthetics in the 18th century: Michel-Paul-Guy de Chabanon's premises (1730-1792)
Akiko KOANA: The question of national styles and the disputes in musical aesthetics in 18th century France.
Tanehisa OTABE: 'The universal' and 'the particular' in aesthetic theory: from the Enlightenment to early Romanticism
Hiroshi YOSHIDA: J. G. Herder's conception of Volkslied and an invention of the universal taste

Martin ELSTE: When regional and national performing styles become global: the case of Mozart
Junichi MIYAZAWA: Glenn Gould and acoustic space: the media compositions and the theory of Marshall McLuhan
Ingrid FRITSCH: Some considerations on early wax cylinder recordings of Japanese music in the Berlin Phonogramm Archiv (Germany)
Yo TOMITA Breaking the limits: some preliminary considerations on introducing e-Science model to the source studies

Ieda BISPO: Japonisme in Sept Haikai by Olivier Messiaen
Linda M. ARSENAULT: Iannis Xenakis: "I am a Japanese"
David CRILLY: "There's no theatre like noh theatre...": cultural montage in Britten's Curlew River
Naomi SHIMOISHIZAKA: Global representations of madness in musical theatres: a comparative study of Benjamin Britten's Curlew River and Juro Motomasa's Sumidagawa

Marika LEININGER-OGAWA: Waon orchestra: Japanese traditional music and the live club scene in Tokio
Miki YAMAMOTO: The international music festival in Asia as an example globalization: the Pacific Music Festival
Kimi COALDRAKE: Traditional Japanese music instruments in the concert hall

Sunday, November 3rd 13:30-15:30

Seishiro NIWA: Attribution of madrigals in sixteenth-century printed anthologies
Denis COLLINS: Compositional strategies in sixteenth-century three- and four-part canons
Megumi NAGAOKA: Ruffo, Palestrina, and Animuccia: composers' responses to the Catholic Reformation
Tsuneko ARAKAWA: The influence of the German college in Rome on music of the Dresden court under the reign of J. Georg II (1656-1680)

Nancy Hao-Ming CHAO (CHIN): Aspects in modernization of Chinese vocal music from May Fourth movement (1919) to 1945
Natsuko ARAI: Japanese art songs - its historical development and performance practice
Hermann GOTTSCHEWSKI: Europe, America and the "national music" of Japan at the end of the 19th century
J. Mischele EDWARDS: Constructing identity: interplay of Japanese and global elements

Claire LEVY: Music and exoticism: exploring the "otherness" in late modernity
Drew Edward DAVIES: Fashion at the fringe: a proto-globalizing musical past from a globalizing present
Jim SAMSON: Music at the edge
Andy FRY: Embodied difference, disembodied same: the black and white of jazz in interwar Paris

Tina FRUEHAUF: Finding new methods for new musicology: "kabbla and tango" or globalizing the discipline
Takayuki NITTA: Why is the new musicology called so?
Hon-Lun YANG: Globalisation and Western music historiography in the PRC, Taiwan, and Hong Kong
Jose MACEDA: A search in Asia for a new theory of music

Brooke JOYCE: A broadway hybrid: Stephen Sondheim's Pacific Overtures
Rie YAMAMOTO: Signs and silence: elements of Japanese in Gyorgy Kurtag's musical language
Domingos de MASCARENHAS: Words are not enough: minimalism, Japan-bashing and dissent in Schrader's Mishima
Yuji NUMANO: Some aspects of indeterminacy since 1970: the conjunction of Eastern and Western music via indeterminate notation

Jason STANYEK: Volta do Mundo (Mundo da Volta), Camara: the global capoeira academy and affinity intercultures in Brazil, Japan and the United States
Minako WASEDA: The bon dance in Hawaii and Southern California: localization of a Japanese folk dance in the immigrant communities
Frederick LAU: Serenading the ancestors: Honolulu Quingming Festival as multicultural extravaganza
Nobuko AMEMIYA: Pluralism and sonic synthesis in Crumb's world: pitch, rhythm, and color in apparition

Monday, November 4th 10:30-12:30

Akira ISHII: The four Berlin Froberger manuscripts (Berlin Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preusischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung, Mus. ms. 30142; Ibid., Mus. ms. 6715; Ibid., Mus. ms. 6715/I; and Ibid., Mus. ms. Amalien-Bibliothek 434)
Nanon BERTRAND: Discovering the musical collections of the library of the Orchestre de Paris-Societe des concerts du Conservatoire. From 1828 to our days
Rika SHISHIDO: A communicative approach to music journals
Hiromi HOSHINO: A newly-discovered Mendelssohn autograph in Japan: an vocal score of Die erste Walpurgisnacht (op. 60)

Aijun BAO: Multi-cultural traits of Mongolian Buddhism music of Surat-chanting
Hidetoshi KOBINATA: Sangeet in Japan since 1960s: its reception and application
Ying-Fen WANG: Traditional music and "soundly organized humanity" in the global society: using Nanguan music as an example
Chien-Chang YANG: Beethoven and Confucius: a case study in trasmission of cultural values

Rachel BECKLES WILLSON: Oppositional narratives and national authenticity: Bartok from inside and out
Mineo OTA: Toward "lack of sentimentalism" in music: on the reformation of Bartok's modernist strategy in post-war Hungary
Murray DINEEN: Schoenberg, Adorno, Adler, and Dahlhaus: musicology and globalization
Andreas JACOB: Schoenberg's plans and drafts for a theory of orchestration

Bonnie C. WADE: Perspectives on national cultural policies
Franz KRIEGER: Fundamentals and implications of the global music transfer up from the beginning of the modern times
Ekaterina SEDOVA: Unification of musicological conceptual framework as an important aspect of globalization in musicology

Alain POIRIER: On Takemitsu's music
Hugh de FERRANTI: Takemitsu's music for biwa, including an unpublished introduction to Eclipse (1966)
Marie-Raymonde LEJEUNE LOFFLER: Musical and musicological globalisation from a European perspective - exemplified at the work of Toshio Hosokawa
Walter KREYSZIG: Japanese chamber and orchestral music under the influence of the Second Viennese School of composition: an example of East-West acculturation, globalization, and interculturality in the post-1945 era

Wei DAI: The study of the structure of Qin music on Shenqimipu
Sachiko DEGUCHI : The temperament, scale and mode of koto music
Tsan-Huang TSAI: Returning tradition: global impact and global recognition of qin practices and its notations
Shui-Cheng CHENG: Evolution of musical instruments in changing contexts: the case of Japanese Biwa, Chinese and Korean Pipa

Monday, November 4th 14:30-16:00

Maria Alexandra Inigo CHUA: Church music in the Philippines during the Japanese occupation (1941-1945)
Eugene de los SANTOS: Musical theatre and other related forms of entertainment in Manila during the Japanese occupation
Julie Ann HALLAZGO: Filipino concert artists during the Second World War: an account of their triumphs and tribulations

Francesco FACCHIN: Vocal gesture in the Middle Age: images of voice and perception in the illumination of the Fourteenth Century
Kinuho ENDO: An early attempt to mass ordinary set: a case of Antonio Zecara da Teramo and Guillaume Dufay
Jane ALDEN: Reading chansonniers: musical patrons, scribes and fifteenth-century visual culture

Junko KONISHI: The global songs from Bonin: the origin and dissemination of officially recognized songs of Ogasawara islands
Kenichi TSUKADA: Traditional "copyright" in Fante music and Nkrumah's cultural policy in postcolonial Ghana
Daniell BENDRUPS: The contemporary music culture of Rapanui

Tatsuo MINAGAWA: Reception and transformation of Western music in Japan in the 16th century
David IRVING: Iberian influences at the ends of the earth: cultural reciprocity between Japan and the Philippines in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Ching-Wah LAM: Musical exchanges between China and the West in the nineteenth century

Tatsuhiko ITOH: The meaning of music education in college: the case of American colleges at the end of the Nineteenth Century
Lyn LAMERS: West meets East: Dr. Shinichi Suzuki's talent education, history, reception, and impact upon North American music education
Nico SCHULER: Towards a methodological glabalization of teaching music and of music research (from a world music perspective)

Henry JOHNSON: Japanese roots and global routes: the place of Japanese music in the world music industry within and across cultural borders
Rika ASAI: Parody and pastiche: musical appropriations in Juzo Itami's Tampopo
Nao MAZAKI: Understanding Japanese popular music: gender and sexuality in the music videos of Ringo Shina

Nobuko SAJI: A study of assessment on music therapy for persons with senile dementia through EEG analysis
Marina V. KARASSEVA: "Listening-visualising-feeling-changing": social psychocorrection by means of music