Activities

SENFL’S MAGNIFICAt Settings in the Age of the Reformation

Vienna, 3–5 November 2022
(more information to be announced)

SINGER PUR TAGE

5–7 August 2022
Adlersberg, Regensburg

Heidrun Lange-Krach / Marius Mutz (Augsburg): 1523: „Weltstadt München“? … Geschichte und Kunst
Annerose Tartler (Munich, DE): Senfl in den Münchener Quellen
Stefan Gasch (Vienna, A): Kontexte: Ludwig Senfl und seine Motetten
Sonja Tröster (Vienna, A): Volgen die mit fünffen/mit sechsen – größer besetzte Liedkompositionen Senfls
Ben Schaffer Ory (Regensburg, DE): Musikhistoriographie im frühen 20. Jahrhundert und die Rolle Senfls

The NEW SENFL EDITION: Book Launch with Music. An Festive Evening of the DENKMÄLER DER TONKUNST IN ÖSTERREICH with the vocal Ensemble SOURCEWORK

2 June 2022, 6:30 pm
Vienna, Department of Musicology, University of Vienna, HS 1

Brett Kostrzewski, Ensemble Sourcework

The Motet in the German-Speaking World, 1500–1550
A WORKSHOP

Vienna, 1–3 June 2022 (preliminary programme)

with a guest lecture by Fabrice Fitch (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow)

THE FORGOTTEN REPERTOIRE: MOTETS IN GERMAN-SPEAKING REGIONS
Annual Meeting of the RENAISSANCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA

Dublin, 30 March–2 April 2022

Alanna Ropchock Tierno (Shenandoah University, US): Old Music, New Places: Heinrich Finck’s Liturgical Music in the Czech and Slovak Lands
Jennifer L. Thomas (University of Florida, College Of Fine Arts, US): Close Relations and Extended Families: The German Motets on ‘In Pace in Idipsum’
Megan K. Eagen-Jones (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US): Aspects of Style in the Motets, Fragments, and Quodlibets of Leonhard Paminger’s ‘Ecclesiasticae cantiones’ (1495–1567)

Neue Forschungen zu Isaac & Senfl
Musik und Wissenschaft zum Maximilian-Jahr

(New Research on Isaac & Senfl; Music and Science for the Maximilian Year)
11 November 2019
Aula on the Campus of the University of Vienna

3:30–9:30 pm
Book launches – project presentations – research discussions – concert (Ensemble Parnassvs)

Nicole Schwindt (Trossingen, DE): Lieder am Hof Maximilians I.
Grantley McDonald (Vienna, A): Maximilians Hofkapelle
Helen Coffey (Milton Keynes, GB): Instrumentalists at Maximilian’s Court
Fabrice Fitch (Glasgow, GB)
Thomas Schmidt (Huddersfield, GB)

Workshops AND LECTURE RECITAL

11 May 2018
Campus of the University of Vienna, Old Chapel

7:00 pm: Lecture Recital
Von der Tinte zum Ton: Renaissancemusik zum Klingen gebracht
(with the Ensemble Stimmwerck)

Further information on the concert

11/12 May 2018
Department of Musicology, University of Vienna: Workshops

Voice reconstructions for fragmentary surviving motets by Senfl

Jan Bilwachs (Prague, CZ)
Marc Busnel (Tours, F)
Oliver Korte (Berlin, DE)
Friedrich Neubarth (Vienna, A)
Annerose Tartler (Vienna, A)

Approaches to the editorial problem of text underlay – setting, transmission and edition of Senfl’s motets

Irene Holzer (Hamburg, DE)
Grantley McDonald (Vienna, A)
Bernhold Schmid (Munich, DE)
Thomas Schmidt (Huddersfield, GB)

HENRICUS ISAAC (c.1450–1517): Composition – Reception – Interpretation
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH

1–3 July 2017
Department of Musicology, University of Vienna / Department of Musicology and Performance Studies, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna

7 July 2017
Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2017, Prague (MedRen, Praha)
Panel session “Henricus Isaac”, 9 am – 1 pm

To the conference programme

Werk_raum_SENFL

9–11 June 2011
Department of Musicology, University of Vienna

To conclude the first project phase of the catalogue raisonné, the project team of Ludwig Senfl – Verzeichnis sämtlicher Werke organised an interdisciplinary conference on the premises of the Department of Musicology, University of Vienna (conference programme).

→ Report on the conference in Early Music (August 2011) by Jaap van Benthem

→ German version of the report on the pages of the Gesellschaft für Musikforschung

Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference

5–8 July 2011
Barcelona, Institut d’Estudis Catalans

Panel session “Ludwig Senfl”

Joseph Sargent (University of San Francisco, US): The Modal Affect Effect in Senfl’s Magnificats
Jacobijn Kiel (Utrecht, NL): Senfli’s “Salves
Wolfgang Fuhrmann (University of Vienna, A): Senfl’sQuid vitam sine te” and the Consolations of Music
Royston Gustavson (The Australian National University, AU): Senfl in Print II: The “Einzeldrucke” (single prints)
Markus Grassl (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, A): Senfl among the Theorists
Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl (University of Salzburg, A): Ludwig Senfl, a German Hero of Early Times

The lectures from both conferences have been published as Senfl-Studien 2 in the series Wiener Forum für ältere Musikgeschichte.

Further Activities

Project presentations

Annual Conference of the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft, poster presentation 23 November 2017 (Vienna, A)

Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2017 (5–8 July, Prague, CZ)

Annual Conference of the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft, poster presentation 18 November 2015 (Graz, A)

Annual Conference of the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft, poster presentation 15 October 2014 (Klagenfurt, A)

Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2013 (4-7 July, Certaldo, I)

RISM International Conference Music Documentation in Libraries, Scholarship, and Practice, Academy of Sciences and Literature Mainz, 4-6 June 2012 (Mainz, D)

Conference “Ludwig Senfl in Zurich”, 26/27 March 2010 (Zurich, CH)

Jour fixe of the Institute for Analysis, Theory and History of Music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, 28 October 2009 (Vienna, A)

Workshop “Who was Ludwig Senfl?” at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, 24/25 October 2009 (Basel, CH)

Annual Conference of the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft 2008 (Graz, A)

Exhibition of the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, University of Vienna, 26 June-17 July 2009 (Vienna, A)

Medieval & Renaissance Conference 2008 (Bangor, GB)