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Electroacoustic Music Studies -- Sound in Multimedia Contexts (EMS-05)

University of Montréal and McGill University, Montréal, 19-22 October 2005


EMS-05 is a four day event focusing on issues relating to the history,
analysis, and archiving of electroacoustic music. The conference will
be complemented by a series of concerts at Université de Montréal
(Salle Claude Champagne) and Concordia University (Oscar Peterson
Concert Hall & The Black Box). This year's keynote speaker will be
Francis Dhomont, an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre, a
founding member and Honorary Member of the Canadian Electroacoustic
Community and a former professor at the Université de Montréal.

For further details and booking form, see
http://ems05.concordia.ca/index.shtml

Schedule

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

13:00-16:00	Université de Montréal	Registration 
16:00 		Université de Montréal  Keynote Address: Francis Dhomont  
17:45 		Université de Montréal  Wine & Cheese Reception  
20:00 		Salle Claude-Champagne  Concert 


Thursday, October 20, 2005
9:00 - 10:30  	Session I: Multimedia		Chair: Jean Piché
 
		McGill University
	John Coulter	Spiral Realization: An Action Research Model
			for Multimedia Composition  
	Diego Garro  	A Glow on Pythagoras. Curtain: A composer's
			perspective on electroacoustic music with
			video  
	Rosemary Mountain  Tool/Game/Environment: The Interactive
			Multimedia Thesaurus & Playroom  

10:30-11:00  	Break 

11:00-12:30	Session II: Visual Representation
		Chair: Danielle Teruggi 
 
		McGill University
	Brian Evans	The Graphic Design of Musical Structure:
			Scores for Listeners: Incantation and Mortuos 
			Plango, Vivos Voco  
	Pierre Couprie  (Ré)presentation de la musique
			electroacoustique  
	Evelyne Gayou	Analyser et transcrire les musiques 
			électoracoustiques: L.experience des
			Portraitspolychromes au GRM  

12:30-14:00	Lunch Break  

14:00-15:30	Session III: Terminology/Placement
		Chair: Rosemary Mountain 
 
		McGill University
	Leslie David	Blasium Electroacoustic music and its
			doubles  
	John Richards	Getting Beyond the Medium 

15:30-16:00	Break  

16:00-17:30	Session IV: Intention & Access 
		Chair: Philippe Depalle 
 
		McGill University
	Barbara Fox	Schaeffer Stands His Ground: Orfée 53
			and Sonic Musicality  
	Anna-Marie Higgins & Kevin Jennings  From Peering in the
			Window to Opening the Door: A Constructivist
			Approach to Making Electroacoustic Music
			Accessible to Young Listeners  
	Rob Weale and Leigh Landy  Discovering How Accessible
			Electroacoustic Music Can Be: The
			Intention/Reception Project  

17:30-19:30	Dinner Break  

20:00-21:30	Concert at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall  


Friday, October 21, 2005

9:00-10:30	Session I: Analysis	Chair: Marcelo Wanderley
 
		McGill University
	David Ogborn	"When they are dying, men sing". Nono's
			Diario Polacco n. 2 
	Kerry L. Hagan	Genetic Analysis of Xenakis. Analogique B 
	Doug Van Nort	The Contemporary Production of Noise and the
			Role of the System 

10:30-11:00	Break 

11:00-12:30	Session II: Analysis	Chair: Simon Emmerson 
 
		McGill University
	Kevin Austin	Analysis in Electroacoustic Studies 
	Bruno Bossis	L'analyse des musiques électroacoustiques: des
			sources aux invariants 
	Koichi Fujii	Analysis of Early Electroacoustic Music of
			Japan: In search for systematic analytical
			methodology 

12:30-14:00	Lunch Break  

14:00-15:30	Session III: Analysis	Chair: Hannah Bosma 
 
		McGill University
	Andreas Bergsland  From maximal to minimal voice - concepts
			for evaluating vocal sounds in electroacoustic
			music 
	Gary S. Kendall Juxtaposition and Non-Motion: Varése bridges
			modernism and electroacoustic music 
	John Young	Sound in Structure: Applying
			spectromorphological concepts 

15:30-16:00	Break  

16:00-17:30	Session IV: Analysis	Chair: Stephen McAdams 
 
		McGill University
	Laura Zattra	L'identité de l'oeuvre : acteurs et processus
			de la musique électroacoustique 
	Marc Battier	Création et technologie - l'ancrage génétique
			dans l'analyse du repertoire 
	Philippe Lalitte  Contrariété, contradiction et
			complémentarité dans les relations entre
			l'instrumental et l'électronique dans la
			musique mixte de la deuxième moitié du XXe
			siècle 

17:00-19:30	Dinner Break  

20:00-21:30	Visit to Hexagram 
 

Saturday, October 22, 2005

9:00-10:30	Session I: New Historical Perspectives
		Chair: Marc Battier 
 
		McGill University
	Robert Gluck	Towards An International History of 
			Electroacoustic Music: Some Preliminary
			Observations
	Nicolas Viel	Esthétique et politique de la modernité
			musicale: positivisme et "destinée manifeste"
	Joel Chadabe	TBA 

10:30-11:00	Break 

11:00-12:30	Session II: Post-Schaefferian theory + new perspectives
		Chair: John Young 
 
		McGill University
	Rolf Inge Godoy  Gestural Sonorous Objects: Rethinking
			Schaeffer's typo-morphological concepts 
	Randolph Jordan  Cause and Effect: Cinema and the Tradition of
			Acousmatic sounds 
	Dante Tanzi	Musical Objects and Digital Domains 

12:30-14:00	Lunch Break  

14:00-16:00	Session III: Archiving 		Chair: Leigh Landy 
 
		McGill University
	Hannah Bosma	Documentation and publication of 
			electroacoustic and multimedia compositions at
			NEAR: experiences and experiments 
	Simon Waters	Making the Archive and Archiving the
			Making: Insights and outcomes from a major
			research project 
	Ricardo Dal Farra  Something Lost, something hidden, something
			found: The Latin American Electroacoustic
			Music Collection 
	Simon Emmerson 	In what form can "live electronic music" live
			on? 

16:00-16:30	Break  
16:30-17:30	Session IV: The Aesthetics of preservation 
		Chair: Laura Zattra 
 
		McGill University
	Judith Michelle Crispin  Discussion of a new attempt
			to find Busoni's missing reproducing piano
			recordings and convert them into digital
			performance editions 
	Danielle Teruggi  Building an International network to preserve
			Electroacoustic heritage, a challenge for a
			community

17:30-18:00	EMS Network announcement of EMS07 & Closing 
 


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