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09:00 to 09:15Registration - Coffee
Oastler Building - Floor 4 Foyer
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09:15 to 09:30
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10:00 to 10:15PLENARY WELCOME TO TCPM 2017
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01
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10:30 to 10:45Session 1A: Writing and reporting the creative process
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01

Anna Stoll Knecht: “In the beginning, there was nothing…”: Genesis and creation myths


Tasos Zembylas: Writing and its various contexts in the creative process


Karlin Love: What about the Muse? An investigation of composers’ reported experiences of influences beyond their conscious control
Session 1B: Cognition
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/02

Joseph Browning, Jane W. Davidson: Roles, works and reflexivity: reproducing and reconfiguring creativity in Western art music

Ivan Jimenez Rodriguez, Tuire Kuusi: Associative Listening as a Creative Act in Composition, Improvisation, and Analysis

Ulla Pohjannoro, Antti M. Rousi: Music information entities in composer’s thinking. Composing as information processing
Session 1C: Ethnomusicology and Studio Production in the Digital Era
Oastler Building - Floor 6 - Lecture Room OA6/10


Leila Adu-Gilmore: Studio Improv as Compositional Process Through Case Studies of Music Production in Accra

Emmanuelle Olivier: Musical creation and recording studio in ethnomusicology. A reflection from Bamako (Mali)

Amandine Pras: Incorporating improvisation processes into the art of studio production
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10:45 to 11:00
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12:00 to 12:15
LUNCH TIME - POSTER PRESENTATIONS 1
Oastler Building - Floor 6 Foyer (Posters) - Floor 5.5 Foyer (Lunch)

Vincent Caers: LS Live: Towards an extended and interdisciplinary contemporary percussion performance

Angelo Pinto: Mahler’s search for lost time: a ‘genetic’ perspective on musical narrative
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12:15 to 12:30
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13:15 to 13:30KEYNOTE ADDRESS
LAUDAN NOOSHIN
The Elephant and the Blind Men: Myth-Making,
Musical Tracking and the Creative Process
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01
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13:30 to 13:45
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14:30 to 14:45Session 2A: Stravinsky
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01

Maureen Carr: The many voices of Stravinsky’s Babel (1944)

Mai Ikehara: Compositional process in Stravinsky’s Requiem Canticles: a shift in his attention from parts into a whole
Session 2B: Parametric Approaches
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/02

Nathalie Hérold: Timbral Analysis in the Mirror of Compositional Process: A Case Study of Chopin’s Berceuse Op. 57

Stijn Vervliet: Tracking the performer’s creative space: Tempo, rubato and expressive timing in recordings of Alexander Scriabin’s early piano preludes
Session 2C: Songwriting
Oastler Building - Floor 6 - Lecture Room OA6/10

Chris Whiting: Observing and Theorising the Songwriting Praxis through Autoethnography



Jacob Arthur: “Always Keep a Diamond in Your Mind:” Musical Genesis, Lyric Distillation, and Inebriated Travelogues in Tom Waits
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15:30 to 15:45Session 3A: Early Music
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01

Hugo Sanches: Exploring the evidence of the compositional process in 17th century Portuguese vernacular repertoire - the case study of a romance in Musical Manuscripts 229 and 235 of the Coimbra University General Library
Session 3B: 20th Century
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/02

Shigeru Fujita: After the dodecaphonism: Dutilleux’s free writing in Tout un monde lointain and Timbres, Espace, Mouvement

Pablo Fessel
: Rsch: Escenas - Eusebius. A collage by Gerardo Gandini


Session 3C: Technological Setups
Oastler Building - Floor 6 - Lecture Room OA6/10

Úna Monaghan: Prioritising performance: Technology, tradition and a performer-composer

Si Waite: The Use of Metaphor in Interactive Systems for Singer-Songwriters
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15:45 to 16:00
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16:30 to 16:45Tea break
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 Foyer
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16:45 to 17:00
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17:00 to 17:15Session 4A: Dance
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/01
except the final workshop as noted below


Stephanie Jordan: Dissolving Boundaries: The Choreographer-Composer Duo Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion

Stephanie Schroedter: Artistic Research in Interdisciplinary Collaborations: The Challenge of Counterbalanced Dialogues

Kara Yoo Leaman: From Music to Dance: How George Balanchine Begins Ballets



- Workshop -
Creative Arts Building - Ground Floor - CAMG/01
Nana Wang:
Translator, Architect and Creator: a study of piano response to the Ballet of the Nuns

Session 4B: Performance Practice of Technology
Oastler Building - Floor 6 - Lecture Room OA6/10

Julie Mansion-Vaquié: From disc to stage: creative and re-creative stakes in Nosfell


Cyril Délécraz: When technology meets the orchestra to manage dramaturgy. The example of Maria Republica, “opera for seven singers, fifteen musicians and technology” (François Paris, 2016)

Pascal Decroupet, Jean-François Trubert: Brian Ferneyhough’s Time and Motion Study II. Possibilities and limitations of a gestural realisation in live electronic context – a practical observation

- Workshop -
Andrea Giomi: For a phenomenological approach to interactive musical gesture. Embodied metaphors and multimodal feedbacks in digital mediated creative processes.
Session 4C: Jazz
Oastler Building - Floor 5.5 - Lecture Theatre OA5.5/02

Marta Casals Balaguer: Creativity and Professionalization on Jazz Musicians

- Workshop -
Pei Yeoh
: Self-portraits in Jazz


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19:30 to 19:45Dinner Time
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20:30 to 20:45LECTURE-RECITAL - John Bryan, Alison Crum, Roy Marks, "Varieties of Viols"
Creative Arts Building - Floor 2 - Phipps Hall
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