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Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

Forschung an der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

Die Forschungsabteilung der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis betreibt Forschung im gesamten Bereich der Historischen Musikpraxis, von den Grundlagen der überlieferten musikalischen und theoretischen Quellen über die Aufführungspraxis bis zur Organologie (historische Musikinstrumente). Ein Team von Musikwissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern unterstützt damit die Lehre wie die musikalischen Produktionen der Hochschule. Zugleich ist sie eng mit der internationalen wissenschaftlichen Community vernetzt, führt teils vom Schweizerischen Nationalfonds unterstützte Forschungsprojekte durch, veranstaltet wissenschaftliche Tagungen und betreut eigene Publikationsreihen. Beispielhaft genannt seien hier die seit 1977 erscheinenden Basler Jahrbücher für Musikpraxis, die Reihe der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Scripta für Monographien wie auch die Basler Bibliographie für Historische Musikpraxis.

Ausführliche Informationen zur Forschung an der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis finden Sie auf der Website der Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz sowie auf www.rimab.ch.

 

Basler Bibliographie zur Historischen Musikpraxis

Die seit 1974 geführte Bibliographie erfasst Publikationen zum Bereich "Historische Musikpraxis", die inhaltlich die Zeit von den Anfängen der westlichen Musik bis ca. 1850 abdecken. Besondere Berücksichtigung finden Beiträge aus Zeitschriften, Kongressberichten und Sammelbänden, die kaum in online-Bibliothekskatalogen oder Repositorien verzeichnet sind. Die Bibliographie erfasst Publikationen von 1974 bis 2017 (ca. 30'000 Titel).

Basler Bibliographie zur Historischen Musikpraxis  

Betreuung und Kontakt
Martina Wohlthat, MA

 

Mittwoch 09.01.2019

19:00

3 Lecture-Recitals by Nicholas Kitchen im Rahmen Reihe 'Interpretationsforum'

Studio Eckenstein, Musik-Akademie Basel

Hochschule für Musik, Klassik

«Beethoven manuscript expression marks and the Missa Solemnis»

The lecture on January 9 will be about Beethoven's Missa Solemnis and will co...

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«Beethoven manuscript expression marks and the Missa Solemnis»

The lecture on January 9 will be about Beethoven's Missa Solemnis and will conclude with a hearing of the whole Credo watching a projection of the manuscript during the listening. Beethoven used a very elaborate set of expressive marks in his manuscripts and we are not familiar with these markings as they have not been included in print. In the Missa Solemnis the expressive content of these markings is illuminated by the words of the Mass. Combining the awareness of the words with the manuscript expressive markings deepens our appreciation of this stunning music and Beethoven's vivid and multi-faceted way of achieving expressivity.

Nicholas Kitchen, Violinist, has performed throughout the world both soloist and in chamber musician, most significantly as founding member and first violinist of the Borromeo String Quartet. He has done extensive projects with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Library of Congress and has initiated many innovative projects combining artistic expression with the performance of classical music. For the past 25 years he has served on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music. Nicholas is Artistic Director of the Heifetz International Music Institute where the Borromeo Quartet is Quartet in Residence, and the Borromeo Quartet has also been in Residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Taos School of Music, NEC and NPR's Performance Today.

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Donnerstag 10.01.2019

19:00

3 Lecture-Recitals by Nicholas Kitchen im Rahmen Reihe 'Interpretationsforum'

Studio Eckenstein, Musik-Akademie Basel

Hochschule für Musik, Klassik

«Viewpoints on working together: Leopold Mozart and Haydn, Ligeti and the Borromeo String Quartet»

The lecture on January 10 will look at th...

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«Viewpoints on working together: Leopold Mozart and Haydn, Ligeti and the Borromeo String Quartet»

The lecture on January 10 will look at the manuscript of Haydn op. 71, No. 1 and view it in the context of the Violinschule of Leopold Mozart, and then will jump in time to the working sessions that the Borromeo String Quartet had with György Ligeti himself on Ligeti String Quartet No. 2. Haydn would sometimes provide detailed instructions to performers and other times he would seem to leave everything unresolved. Haydn's approach becomes much more understandable when we read the advice of Leopold Mozart about how to elaborate "unadorned" sections of music. This will be compared with working directly with Ligeti on his own composition.

Nicholas Kitchen, Violinist, has performed throughout the world both soloist and in chamber musician, most significantly as founding member and first violinist of the Borromeo String Quartet. He has done extensive projects with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Library of Congress and has initiated many innovative projects combining artistic expression with the performance of classical music. For the past 25 years he has served on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music. Nicholas is Artistic Director of the Heifetz International Music Institute where the Borromeo Quartet is Quartet in Residence, and the Borromeo Quartet has also been in Residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Taos School of Music, NEC and NPR's Performance Today.

Lecture-Recitals Nicholas Kitchen PDF, 154 KB

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Freitag 11.01.2019

19:00

3 Lecture-Recitals by Nicholas Kitchen im Rahmen Reihe 'Interpretationsforum'

Studio Eckenstein, Musik-Akademie Basel

Hochschule für Musik, Klassik

«Beethoven manuscript expression marks and op. 127, in collaboration with the Pacific Quartet Vienna»

The lecture on January 11 will be in c...

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«Beethoven manuscript expression marks and op. 127, in collaboration with the Pacific Quartet Vienna»

The lecture on January 11 will be in collaboration with the Pacific Quartet Vienna. The lecture will explore Beethoven op. 127 and will conclude with a complete performance of the work by the quartet, where the audience will have the opportunity to read Beethoven's manuscript during the whole performance. Beethoven used many detailed expressive markings in his manuscripts and these markings are not reflected in print. There are 20 dynamics instead of 9, four staccato markings instead of 1 or 2, and 2 types of expressive swell pair instead of one. In the discussion, we will share with the audience the working process to try to bring this more varied information into performance.

Nicholas Kitchen, Violinist, has performed throughout the world both soloist and in chamber musician, most significantly as founding member and first violinist of the Borromeo String Quartet. He has done extensive projects with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Library of Congress and has initiated many innovative projects combining artistic expression with the performance of classical music. For the past 25 years he has served on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music. Nicholas is Artistic Director of the Heifetz International Music Institute where the Borromeo Quartet is Quartet in Residence, and the Borromeo Quartet has also been in Residence at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Taos School of Music, NEC and NPR's Performance Today.

Lecture-Recitals Nicholas Kitchen PDF, 154 KB

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Dienstag 15.01.2019

19:00

«Intercomunicazione»

Vortragssaal 6-301

Hochschule für Musik, Klassik

Musik von Bernd Alois Zimmermann. Reenactment eines Berner Zimmermann-Abends mit Jacques Wildberger

colloquium 48 mit Kaspar Wildberger, Rol...

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Musik von Bernd Alois Zimmermann. Reenactment eines Berner Zimmermann-Abends mit Jacques Wildberger

colloquium 48 mit Kaspar Wildberger, Roland Moser, Michel Roth und Studierenden der Hochschule für Musik FHNW

Einstudierung: Michel Roth
N.N., Violine
Berber Heerema, Violoncello.
Edoardo Milanello, Klavier

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