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Royal Musical Association Study Day
The Analysis of Baroque Music, c.1630-1730

Music Department, King's College, London
Saturday 12 November 2005


Outline Plan

A study day for postgraduates and other musicologists, devoted to the
exploration of analytical approaches to the music and music theory of the
seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Sessions will begin with
formal presentations from participants, giving way to wider discussion
among the group. Those giving papers will be asked to submit detailed
summaries of their papers by September 2005, in order that the organisers
can suggest preparatory material for those attending the sessions. The day
will close with a keynote address (speaker to be confirmed), and, for
those who can stay, a short concert in the evening.

Call for Papers

Those interested in presenting work on any topic involving musical
analysis, theory of music and their aesthetic and historical contexts in
the period 1630-1730 are invited to contact either Alan Howard
(alan.d.howard@kcl.ac.uk) or Michael Quinn (michael.quinn@kcl.ac.uk) by 10
July 2005. Ideas for themed sessions are also welcome from individuals or
groups.

Further information will appear on the King's college website in due
course:  www.kcl.ac.uk/kis/schools/hums/music. To register to receive
updates by email, please use either of the addresses given above.

Attendance

To register, please send your name with electronic and postal addresses
(enclosing the 10 registration fee) to the RMA Student Liaison Officer:

Susan Bagust
Wold Farm Cottage
Bishop Wilton
York  YO42 1SX
UK

RMA and King's College music department members will be entitled to a full
refund on the day.

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