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Fourth Annual Symposium on Spanish Keyboard Music (FIMTE 2003)
Mojácar (Andalusia), October 2003


4TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM ON SPANISH KEYBOARD MUSIC

Parador Nacional de Mojácar, 10th - 11th October 2003


FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER
9,15 h. Registration 9,30 h. Anglo & Spanish relations (1500-1830) Chair: Barry Ife
1. "Spain and England: cultures in contact". Barry Ife. King's College, London, U.K. 2. "Principles of Liberty and Property". Jane Clark. London, U.K. 3. "Charles Avison, Domenico Scarlatti and the Art of Transcription". Mark Kroll, U.S.A. 4. "The Scarlatti effect". Penelope Cave, London, U.K. Break 11,30 h. 5. "Scarlatti revised and improved for late 18th century players in England as evidenced in a print of c.1785". John Collins. Sussex, U.K. 6. "Scarlattian Influences in the Piano music of Muzio Clementi". Susanne Skyrm. Vermillion, Universidad de South Dakota U.S.A. 7. "La impresión de música de cámara de compositores del levante español residentes en Londres durante la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII". Dr. Miguel Ángel Picó Pascual. Conservatorio Superior de Música de Valencia. Performance: Sonata nº 6 de Xoaquín Nicolás Ximénez. Dúo Pandora. 13,30 h. Vino español 16,00 h. 8. "D'ou vient cela? Franco-Flemish influences in Spanish and English keyboard repertories during the sixteenth century". Bernadette Nelson. Oxford, U.K. 9. "Application of Santa Maria's Instructions to Forster's Indications for Fingering and Gracing." Robert J. Utterback. Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.. 16,45 h. Panel discussion: "Spread of Spanish keyboard music in England". Saturday 11 October 9,30 h. "Iberian Imperial and Colonial influences on historical keyboard instrument making". Chair: Grant O'Brien 1. "Four variations on an old Neapolitan theme". Grant O'Brien. Curator Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments, Edinburgh University, Scotland. 2. Lecture-concert: "The clavichord in England and on the Iberian peninsula (Fifteenth to Seventeenth centuries)". Bernard Brauchli. Pully, Suiza. Break 11,15 h. 3. "Los claves coloniales de Sucre y Potosí". Julieta Alvarado. Universidad Southwest State Minnesota, U.S.A. 4. "Keyboard instruments and instrumentalists in Manila, 1581-1798". David Irving. St. John's College, Queensland University, Australia. 5. "Instrumentos ingleses llegados a Nueva España de 1600 hasta 1850". Juan Luis García Orozco. México. 6. "El Velacordio". Daniel Codina, Monestir de Montserrat, Barcelona. 7. "The cembalo in the eighteenth century". Michael Latcham. Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, The Netherlands. 16,00 h. Spanish Keyboard Music: Performance and Repertoire Chair: Luisa Morales 1. "Un nuevo y breve método de órgano y monacordio del siglo XVII en un libro de poemas de Antonio Hurtado de Mendoza". Luisa Morales. FIMTE, Almería. Angel Manuel Olmos, Université Paris IV-Sorbonne. 2. "El Manuscrito de la Catedral de Tarazona 2-3 y sus arreglos instrumentales para teclado. Comparación y Estudio". Eva Esteve Roldán, Zaragoza. 1. "Fuenllana's Orphénica lyra (1554) and the reconstruction of a lost lamentation by Morales". Michael Noone. Cornell University, USA. Break 17,30 h. 4. "Quaderno de lecciones para clave y forte-piano para el uso de Doña Ma. Guadalupe Mayner (1804)". Águeda González Incháustegui.Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes México, D.F. 1. "Toe-Tapping Rhythms: The Influence of the Zapateado on Spanish Keyboard Music". Linton Powell. Texas University, Arlington, USA. 18,15 h. Panel discussion: "Instrumentos, repertorio e interpretación, una búsqueda conjunta". Symposium Fee (including symposium dinner): 85 euros FIMTE Apdo. 212 Garrucha 04630 Almería España Tel/Fax: 34-950132285 fimte@wanadoo.es www.fimte.org" Sponsors: Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música Ministerio de Cultura, Diputación provincial de Almería, Ayuntamiento de Mojácar, Ayuntamiento de Vera, Ayuntamiento de Carboneras, Holcim, Sinklim S.L.