Contents of the colloquium

The instrumental repertoire of the Dresden Court Orchestra in the first two-thirds of the 18th century – tradition and notators

[Wednesday 23.06.2010] [Thursday 24.06.2010] [Friday 25.06.2010]

Wednesday, 23rd June 2010

2 pm
Welcoming speech by
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bürger, SLUB Director General


2:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Karl Heller (Rostock)
Reviewing the beginnings of the writersscribes' research on Dresden instrumental music

3 pm
Dr. Karl Wilhelm Geck  / Sylvie Reinelt M.A. (Dresden)
The DFG Project "The instrumental music of the Dresden Court Orchestra in the period of the Union of Saxony and Poland"

3:30 pm break

4 pm
Prof. Dr. Joachim Veit (Detmold)
Notation-specific expectations of the scientific community regarding the web presentation of digitalised music manuscripts collections

4:30 pm
Dr. Uwe Wolf (Leipzig)
Description of writing features in digital libraries – Opportunities and limits of standardisation

5:15 pm
Dr. Ekkehard Krüger / Dr. Tobias Schwinger (Berlin)
eNoteHistory – Writing-specific and technical aspects of an electronic writer-recognition approach

5:45 pm
Matthias Röder M.A. (Cambridge)
SCRIBE – Database and digital tools to identify music copyists

8 pm Concert
Composer: Anonymus –
Unknown trio sonatas and quartets from the repertoire of the Dresden Court Orchestra
Les Amis de Philippe
Mathias Kiesling – baroque flute
Eva Salonen and Martin Jopp – violins
Gregor Anthony – cello
Ludger Rémy – harpsichord

Thursday, 24th June 2010

9 am
PD Dr. Gerhard Poppe (Dresden/Koblenz)
Organisational structure and passed-down sources – via the scope and limits of knowledge on the history and repertoire of the Dresden Court Orchestra in the 18th century

9:45 am
Dr. Ortrun Landmann (Dresden)
A few insights into Dresden scribes of the 18th century

10:30 am break

11 am
Steffen Voss M.A. (Dresden)
Pisendel estate or performance material of the Dresden Court Orchestra? Contours and functions of a  music collection between professional tasks and personal interest

11:30 am
Dr. Katrin Bemmann (Dresden)
Instrumental repertoire of the Court Church in Schrank II. Works and scribes

12 noon
Wolfgang Eckhardt M.A. (Dresden)
At the interface of scribe and watermark research – selected results of the watermark analysis of Schrank II manuscripts

12:30 pm break

2:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Manfred Fechner (Jena)
The notators A, D and P as erstwhile writers in "Schrank No: II." deposited instrumental music

3 pm
Dr. Roland Dieter Schmidt-Hensel (Berlin)
On the handing down of works by Johann Adolf Hasse in Dresden notators' transcripts

3:30 pm
PD Dr. Peter Wollny (Leipzig)
Empirical aspects on the subject of scribe assimilation

4 pm break

4:30 pm Panel discussion:
Exact distinction between similar scribes – Opportunity or chimera?

7:30 pm Public lecture
Prof. Dr. Silke Leopold (Heidelberg)
European instrumental music in the Augustan Era

Friday, 25th June 2010

9 am
Dr. Nicola Schneider (Zurich)
The significance of the Dresden collections for the preservation of Italian instrumental music from the first half of the 18th century

9:30 am
Stephan Blaut M.A. (Halle)
The scribes of the movement parts to the overture suites of Johann Friedrich Fasch preserved in Dresden

10 am
Dr. Václav Kapsa (Prague)
Bohemian composers and their instrumental works in Schrank II

10:30 am break

11 am
Dr. Janice Stockigt (Melbourne)
On the Dresden sources of Zelenka's instrumental music

11:30 am
Dr. Kai Köpp (Berne)
Methodological questions on the identification of incerta from the Dresden instrumental repertoire

12 noon break

1:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Mary Oleskiewicz (Boston)
Quantz as copyist, composer and mediator of Dresden repertoire: Rheinsberg, Bayreuth, Berlin and his European journey

2 pm
Prof. Dr. Steven Zohn (Philadelphia)
Sources of Telemann's instrumental works in Dresden and elsewhere – a view from outside

2:30 pm
Dr. Szymon Paczkowski (Warsaw)
The Library of Count Jakob Heinrich Flemming, the repertoire of his orchestra and the transfer of music in Eastern Central Europe

3 pm
Dr. Olivier Fourés (Venice)
New insights into Dresden sources of Vivaldi's instrumental music

3:30 pm Final discussion
The Dresden instrumental repertoire – Perspectives of research