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Subject:

[Fwd: CFP: Sixth Biennial ICMSN, Keele University, 2-5 July 2009]

From:

Jane Susanna ENNIS <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Discussion of developments in opera scholarship <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 14 Oct 2008 14:07:11 +0100

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Subject: CFP: Sixth Biennial ICMSN, Keele  University, 2-5 July 2009
From:    "Harper-Scott JPE" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:    Tue, July 22, 2008 10:43 am
To:      [log in to unmask]
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****Forwarded message from Nick Reyland <[log in to unmask]>****

Call for Papers

SIXTH BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL

CONFERENCE ON MUSIC SINCE 1900

Keele University, 2-5 July 2009

Conference to include:

* Keynote lectures by Professor Lawrence Kramer (Fordham University) and
Trevor Wishart (Composer in Residence in the North East of
England/Durham University)

* Plenary sessions on socio-political contexts of electro-acoustic music
and musical narrativity since 1900

* Composer workshop on audio-visual composition

* Digital Arts concert event including Trevor Wishart’s _Red Bird_

* Recital for soprano and piano by Karen Radcliffe and Michael Bell of
Berio, Berg, Britten, Dallapiccola, Messiaen, Poulenc, Ravel, Satie and
Webern

* Bursaries available

The Sixth Biennial ICMSN is generously supported by:

* Research Institute for the Humanities, Keele University

* Cambridge University Press

* _twentieth-century music_

* The Society for Music Analysis

* The Institute of Musical Research

* Ashgate Publishing

The conference’s theme is music since 1900 and the conference’s
programming policy is best described as whole-heartedly pluralist.
Proposals are therefore invited on ANY topic and/or repertoire (popular,
art, jazz, folk, world, commercial, political, religious, ‘everyday’,
film, TV, games, online, etc.) relating to the musics of the 20th and
21st centuries, and utilizing any scholarly approach from within the
fields of musicology or other relevant intellectual disciplines.

Proposals are also invited in relation to the following conference
sub-themes:

* Cultural identity

* Electro-acoustic music and related digital arts (acousmatic, live
electronics, mixed media with live acoustic voices/instruments,
audio-visual, electronica, glitch, lower case, hacking and bending,
noise art, installation, etc.)

* Music and narrative

Proposals blurring the boundaries between different topics (including
the conference sub-themes) are naturally welcome.

Proposals are invited for any of the following:

* Papers (20 minutes maximum, with 10 minutes for discussion)

* Paper sessions (three or four papers, each 20 minutes maximum, with 10
minutes for discussion)

* Roundtable discussions (up to 6 participants, each giving a short
position paper, followed by a general discussion)

* Recitals, lecture-recitals and lectures illustrated by sound
diffusions or audio-visual screenings

Abstracts and proposals should be prepared as follows:

* For individual papers: up to 250 words

* For paper sessions: 250-word (maximum) summary and up to 250 words for
each session participant

* For roundtable discussions: 250-word (maximum) and up to 150 words for
each panel participant

* For recitals, lecture-recitals and lectures illustrated by sound
diffusions or audio-visual screenings: 250 word (maximum) summary, plus
participant CVs and recordings/scores/other details of works to be
included in the event

Further information for applicants:

* Only one proposal of each type is permitted per applicant

* Proposals should not substantially duplicate presentations being given
at conferences or other events proximate in time or place to ICMSN 2009

* All proposals must be sent by email as a MS Word attachment

Programme committee: Dr Jenny Doctor, Prof. Simon Emerson,

Prof. Rajmil Fischman, Prof. Barbara Kelly, Prof. Fred Maus,

Dr Alastair Williams, Dr Nicholas Reyland (Chair)

Composition subcommittee: Prof. Mike Vaughan, Dr Miroslav Spasov,

Dr. Sohrab Uduman, Dr Diego Garro (Chair)

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: 1 DECEMBER 2008

Successful applicants will be informed by 12 January 2009

Details of bursary application procedure will also be announced in
January 2009.

Please e-mail proposals and enquiries to Dr Nicholas Reyland:
[log in to unmask]

Correspondence may also be directed to: Dr Nicholas Reyland, Music, The
Clock House, Keele University, ST5 5BG, UK or by telephone: +44 (0)1782
583297

CONFERENCE BOOKING AND BURSARY COMPETITION OPEN IN JANUARY 2009

Visit http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/mu/staff/conference.htm for updates

***

Call for Compositions

SIXTH BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL

CONFERENCE ON MUSIC SINCE 1900

Keele University, 2-5 July 2009

Submissions of works for electro-acoustic and audio-visual fixed media
(acousmatic, electronica, etc., with or without accompanying video
track) of up to 15 minutes duration are invited. Submissions of
miniature works of less than 5 minutes duration are also welcome.
Successful submissions will be programmed in a concert at the Sixth
Biennial ICMSN and/or be available through the a-v studio-booth at the
conference.

* There are no restrictions concerning age or nationality, and
compositions in any style or genre will be considered

* However, composers might want to note the associated Sixth Biennial
ICMSN Call for Papers, which sets out particular topics that will be
emphasized during the conference

* Composers whose pieces are selected for performance are required to
register for and attend the conference

* There may be only one composition submission per composer

Proposed compositions should be submitted by post on Audio CD or PAL
Video DVD (see next page for requirements) to: Dr Diego Garro,
Music/Music Technology, The Clock House, Keele University, ST5 5BG, UK

An accompanying submission form (see next page for requirements) should
also be e-mailed as a Word attachment to: [log in to unmask]

Composition subcommittee: Prof. Mike Vaughan, Dr Miroslav Spasov,

Dr. Sohrab Uduman, Dr Diego Garro (Chair)

Only submissions received by 1 December 2008 will be considered for
selection. Selected composers will be notified by 12 January 2009 at the
latest. Works will be selected by the programming committee. The
committee’s decision is final.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Please submit the following

1. The composition

1.1) For audio works in stereo: an Audio CD with a recording of the
work. Please write composer’s name, track title and track duration on
the disc and on the CD booklet and sleeve.

1.2) For audio works in 5.1 multi-channel format: a Data CD or Data DVD
with an interleaved uncompressed audio file. Please write composer’s
name, track title and track duration on the disc and on the booklet and
sleeve.

1.3) For audio works in multi-channel format other than 5.1: a Data CD
or Data DVD with the discreet uncompressed audio files (one file per
channel). Please write composer’s name, track title and track duration
on the disc and on the booklet and sleeve. Provide also a clear
explanation of the file-channel mapping required to playback the work
correctly.

1.4) For audio-video works: a PAL Video DVD. Please write composer’s
name, title and duration on the disc and on the booklet and sleeve.

2. One A4 submission form, e-mailed as a Word attachment to
[log in to unmask] with the following information:

2.1) Name of the composer

2.2) Title, duration and year of production of the work

2.3) Studio / facilities where the work was produced

2.4) Composer’s short biography (150 words maximum)

2.5) Short concert programme note (200 words maximum)

2.6) Composer’s contact information: e-mail and telephone

Technical specifications and requirements to perform the work submitted:

2.7) Number of channels, sample rate, bit-depth, of the relevant files

2.8) Multi-channel loudspeaker mappings

2.9) Nature of the audio and video outputs of the composers’ own
equipment (typically laptop); what type/size of audio sockets; what type
of video sockets.

2.10) Other technical requirements as necessary

All requested information must be provided in order for the work to be
considered.

Keele Audio Visual Exhibition System (KAVES) features:

- Multi-loudspeaker sound projection suite

- 16-in 16-out sound diffusion desk (analog)

- DVD player with 5.1 surround sound audio output

- LCD projector & 4x4m projection screen

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: 1 DECEMBER 2008

Successful applicants will be informed by 12 January 2009

CONFERENCE BOOKING AND BURSARY COMPETITION OPEN IN JANUARY 2009

Visit http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/mu/staff/conference.htm for updates



****End of forwarded message****

-- 
______________________________________

Dr J. P. E. Harper-Scott
Lecturer in Music
Department of Music
Royal Holloway, University of London
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX, Great Britain
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Music/jpeh-s.html
______________________________________

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