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'Behind the Music' presents intimate insights from leading musicians into what happens ‘behind the scenes’ as they prepare their art. In music performance, technology, composition, education and research, creative activities are often a response to musical questions arising directly from their artistic practice. These presentations offer a valuable opportunity to reveal a range of creative processes as artists share their personal approaches to such issues.

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    • Darstellende Kunst

'Behind the Music' presents intimate insights from leading musicians into what happens ‘behind the scenes’ as they prepare their art. In music performance, technology, composition, education and research, creative activities are often a response to musical questions arising directly from their artistic practice. These presentations offer a valuable opportunity to reveal a range of creative processes as artists share their personal approaches to such issues.

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    The (50) Variations (not by Beethoven) on a Theme by Diabelli: Case Study of a Composers' Collective

    The (50) Variations (not by Beethoven) on a Theme by Diabelli: Case Study of a Composers' Collective

    Speaker: Peter Roennfeldt

    Diabelli's massive commissioning project of variations on his waltz from 50 composers came to fruition in 1823. The fascinating kaleidoscope of inventive techniques and textures offers intriguing insights into many composers who warrant further investigation. The innocuous theme also inspired Beethoven’s final monumental piano work. This presentation examines some questions that arise: the notion of collaborative composition, the question of performance practice in a work that rests virtually unacknowledged in the shadow of the ‘canon’, and the ways that artistic coherence can be imbued into such a diverse creative concept. An original piano of the period is featured.

    The (50) Variations (not by Beethoven) on a Theme by Diabelli: Case Study of a Composers' (Abstract) Collective

    The (50) Variations (not by Beethoven) on a Theme by Diabelli: Case Study of a Composers' (Abstract) Collective

    Speaker: Peter Roennfeldt

    Diabelli's massive commissioning project of variations on his waltz from 50 composers came to fruition in 1823. The fascinating kaleidoscope of inventive techniques and textures offers intriguing insights into many composers who warrant further investigation. The innocuous theme also inspired Beethoven’s final monumental piano work. This presentation examines some questions that arise: the notion of collaborative composition, the question of performance practice in a work that rests virtually unacknowledged in the shadow of the ‘canon’, and the ways that artistic coherence can be imbued into such a diverse
    creative concept. An original piano of the period is featured.

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    CreateWorld09 keynote: Sonic Babylon

    CreateWorld09 keynote: Sonic Babylon

    Speaker: Bill Duckworth & Nora Farrell live from New York

    CreateWorld09 keynote: Sonic Babylon (Paper)

    CreateWorld09 keynote: Sonic Babylon (Paper)

    Speaker: Bill Duckworth & Nora Farrell live from New York
    Sonic Babylon is a global art project planting interactive gardens of sound. The intent of Sonic Babylon is to surround the world with music, sounds, and stories, local and universal, ancient and of tomorrow, easily accessible on everyday mobile devices.

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    Music Research & RHD Training: Local and international perspectives (Part 1)

    Music Research & RHD Training: Local and international perspectives (Part 1)

    Speaker: Scott Harrison (chair), with Peter DeJans & Joost VanMaele (Orpheus Institute, Belgium), Jonty Stockdale (Royal Northern College of Music, London), Huib Schippers & Paul Draper (QCRC).
    RHD Colloquium, 21 Oct 2009, QCGU Boardroom.

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    Music Research & RHD Training: Local and international perspectives (Part 2)

    Music Research & RHD Training: Local and international perspectives (Part 2)

    Speaker: Scott Harrison (chair), with Peter DeJans & Joost VanMaele (Orpheus Institute, Belgium), Jonty Stockdale (Royal Northern College of Music, London), Huib Schippers & Paul Draper (QCRC).
    RHD Colloquium, 21 Oct 2009, QCGU Boardroom.

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