CRIM@Haverford October 20-22, 2022

Our Aims, In Brief

  • To explore the idea of musical borrowing and similarity from two disciplinary perspectives: musicology and data science.

  • To build communities of scholars, students, and musicians, and to create new kinds of collaborative research, teaching, and publication.

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Conference Program

Last Updated September 21, 2022

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Thursday October 20

Location: Lutnick Library, Room 200, except for 5:30 rehearsal, which is Jaharis Recital Hall

9:00 Session 1: Welcome and Orientation

  • Richard Freedman. CRIM Past, Present and Future

9:30 Session 2: Lessons from the Classroom

  • Gabriele Taschetti and Marina Toffetti (Padua University), “Learning with CRIM Tools: using the Notebooks to advance Skills with Music Analysis”

  • Esperanza Rodriguez-Garcia (Universidad Complutense, Madrid), “Iberian Traditions in the Musical Classroom”

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 Session 3: Training the Machine Ear: Workshop with CRIM Tools

12:00 Lunch

1:30 Session 4. The Josquin Generation and Beyond

        • Fabrice Fitch (Manchester University), “Senfl’s revision of Josquin’s Ave maria”

        • Simon Frisch (The Juilliard School), “E pluribus unum: The Challenge of Sermisy’s Missa plurium motettorum

        • Ben Ory (Williams College), “Conclusions from a Big Batch of Music: Applying CRIM’s Analysis Tools to Music from The 1520s Project”

        • Ian Lorenz (McGill University), “Contrapuntal Form and Play in Manchicourt's Quo abiit

3:30 Coffee Break

4:00 Session 5: Thinking about Cadences, Then and Now

  • Alexander Morgan (ECO Rate, New York) “The Sense of an Ending: Cadential Voice Functions and Cadences in CRIM Intervals”

  • Jessie Ann Owens (University of California), “Thinking about Cadences: Vicentino, Tigrini, Morley”

4:30 Session 6:

5:30 Session 7: Open Rehearsal with Chamber Singers

Location: Jaharis Recital Hall

  • Open rehearsal, sing-in, and discussion of Palestrina Veni sponsa Christi, the Mass, and other works, with the Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chamber Singers, Dr. Nate Zullinger, Director

6:30 Dinner

Location: Lutnick Library, Room 200

8:00 Return to Hotel

Friday October 21

Location: Jaharis Recital Hall, except dinner in Lutnick Library, Room 200

9:00 Session 8: Madrigalists and Mass Composers

  • Julie Cumming (McGill University), “The Madrigal and the Mass: What can CRIM teach us?”

  • Sylvain Margot (McGill University) and Peter Schubert (McGill University), “Ippolito Baccusi, the Madrigal, and the Motivic Impulse”

  • Alessandra Ignesti (KU Leuven), “Baccusi and Contino: Connections beyond the Model”

10:30 Coffee Break

Location: Jaharis/Roberts Atrium Lobby

11:00 Session 9: English Traditions: Counterpoint and Cadences

  • Michael Winter (Newcastle University), “What CRIM can teach us about the Music of Eton Choirbook (and the reverse)”

  • Erik Bergwall (Uppsala University), “Cadential tones and intertextual features of the English In Nomine tradition”

12:30 Lunch

Location: Jaharis/Roberts Atrium Lobby

1:30 Session 10: Echoes of Lasso

  • Vlad Praskurnin (McGill University), “Lassus Remembers Pierre Sandrin’s Most Famous Chanson: Quotation and Form in Missa Doulce Memoire”

  • Andrea Puentes-Blanco (Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and Institución Milá y Fontanals de Investigación en Humanidades, Barcelona), “Echoes of Lasso: Susanne un jour and the Imitation Mass Tradition”

  • Jonathan Stroh (Augsburg University), “Words and Music: What CRIM Intervals can Teach us about The Connections”

3:00 Coffee Break

3:30 Session 11: ​​Institutions and Collaboration

  • Philippe Vendrix (University of Tours), “A Collaborative Initiative for Early Music : EarlyMuse COST Action”

  • Russo-Batterham (Melbourne University), “Institutional Perspectives on Digital Collaboration: A view from Down Under”

5:00 Session 12: CRIM Tools Hands-on Workshops and Discussion

6:30 Dinner

Location: Lutnick Library, Room 200

8:00 Return to Hotel

Saturday October 22

9:00 Session 13 Machines and the CRIM Corpus

  • Fabian Moss (Würzburg University), “Learning about Machine Learning with CRIM”

  • Laurie Tupper (Mt Holyoke College) , “Dynamic Time Warp and Melodic Analysis”

10:30 Coffee Break

Location: Jaharis/Roberts Atrium Lobby

11:00 Session 14 Iberian Traditions

  • María Elena Cuenca Rodriguez (Universidad Autónoma, Madrid), “The Imitation Mass in Renaissance Spain: Pedro Buch listens to Francesco Guerrero”

  • Maura Sugg (Case University), “Victoria’s Second Thoughts”

12:30 Lunch

Location: Jaharis/Roberts Atrium Lobby

1:30 Return to Hotel or Departure

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