The study and performance of early music (pre-1700) requires us to recreate and represent past musical practices through consulting a variety of sources available to us today. The theme of the conference seeks to encourage an interdisciplinary exploration of the ways in which we engage with these sources of and for early music and the degrees of mediation intrinsic to them. This symposium highlights perspectives from disciplines such as music theory and analysis, musicology, performance practice, the history of music theory, codicology, art history, and digital humanities that take into consideration the sources for music and music theory, broadly construed.
Co-sponsored by the Society for Music Theory’s Early Music Analysis Interest Group and organized by Ryan Taycher.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration in advance is required. Registration will open on May 1, 2020.