Blue Flower

6th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group for Multipart Music 

23-27 September 2019 

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Preliminary program

 

 23 September 2019 

Arrival of the participants 

Registration: 13:00-14:30 

14:30–15:00 Opening ceremony 

 

15:00-16:30 Emotion and aesthetic experience during the performance act 1. 

Jasmina Talam 

Bosnian traditional multipart music in Sweden: case study of the ensemble Izvorni dar 

Naila Ceribašić 

Choral sevdalinka: from Zagreb, to arrangement, to heritage, and back to emotion 

Mirza Kovač 

From the masjid to the scene - choir nešidu-l-huda 

Identity, ethics and estetics of the performance of ilahias and kasida 

16:30 – 17:00 Coffee and Tea Break 

 

17:00-18:30 Emotion and aesthetic experience during the performance act 2. 

Anda Beitāne 

Different performances: Changing emotion and aesthetic experience 

Scott Swan 

“Nous chantons memoire vivante”: Exploring the Role of Embodied and Affective Performance in the Formation of Cultural Memory and a Cultural Heritage Community in Southern France. 

Mojca Kovačič 

Emotional and affective experiences of the collective singing 

19:00 – 20:00 Concert: Students on stage

 

24 September 2019 

10:00-11:30 Emotion and aesthetic experience during the performance act 3. 

Ardian Ahmedaja 

Emotion and aesthetic experience in the performances of “indulged songs” 

Urša Šivic 

Singing as a Space for Multilingual Intertwining 

Thea Tiramani 

Emotion and aesthetic experience in the Sikh kirtan performances in Italy 

11:30 - 12:00 Coffee and Tea Break 

 

12:00-13:30 Emotion and aesthetic experience during the performance act 4. 

Thomas Hochradner 

“Silent Night” as a message of emotion, enclosing links to a multipart realization 

Frances Wilkins 

Intransigence and Adaptation in Contemporary Performances of Scottish Gaelic Psalmody 

Fulvia Caruso 

Music and emotion in religious performances in a migratory context 

13:30 – 15:00 lunch break 

15:00-18:00 Visit to the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Free evening 

 

25 September 2019 

Full day excursion: 

Franciscan Monastery Kraljeva Sutjeska and the Fortress Vranduk. 3 

 

26 September 2019 

10:00-11:30 A capella singing 1 

Ignazio Macchiarella 

Why four? A-cappella quartets in Sardinia 

Zoe, Dionyssiou 

The transformation of being in the multipart singing tradition of Kato Garounas in Corfu 

Žanna Pärtlas 

Experiencing Seto leelo: On the performing practice of the Seto choir Verska Naase´ 

11:30-12:00 Coffee and Tea Break 

 

12:00-13:30 A capella singing 2 

Jakša Primorac 

Between Monody and Polyphony: Traditional Singing in the Dubrovnik Area and the Bay of Kotor 

Joško Ćaleta 

Klapa singing – Dalmatian Popular a capella Singing Tradition 

Marko Kölbl 

Klapa in Burgenland. Musical Ethnicity and Sonic Appropriation 

13:30–15:00 Lunch break 

 

15:00-16:30 A capella singing 3 

Guja, Zorana 

Multipart singing in Sarajevo-Romanija region in example of female group „Planinke“ 

Fatima Hadžić 

A Multipart a capella singing in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Case of the female vocal ensemble Corona 

Petra Ćaleta, Ema Miličević, Hana Zdunić 

(Dis)harmony of emotional expressions in a distant music repertoire: three examples 

16:30–17:00 Coffee and Tea Break 

 

17:00-18:30 Bussiness Meeting of the StG 

19:00-20:00 Concert: Etnoakademik and guests

 

27 September 2019 

10:00-11:30 A capella singing 4 

Tamara Karača Beljak 

Old Polyphonic Vocal styles of Bosnia and Herzegovina 

A relic of the past or a challenge of the present 

Daiva Račiūnaitė-Vyčinienė 

Multipart Singing in Nibragalys: Vocal Parts, Singer Roles, and Aesthetics 

Chia-Yin Hung 

Thick Descript Ciwkangan 1967Polyphony Songs of Taiwanese Amis 

11:30-12:00 Coffee and Tea Break 

 

12:00-13:30 New Research 

Stephan Hackl 

The influence of Alpine Folk Music in the Repertory of the Classical Guitar 

Gertrud Maria Huber 

Challenges of social interaction in a traditional Alpine zither trio 

Eno Koço 

The Saze Instrumental Ensembles of South Albania and Beyond 

13:30 – 15:00 Lunch break 

15:00–16:30 Final Discussion and Closing Ceremony