25-28 July 2016: 7th INTERNATIONAL COURSE OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC

25-28 July 2016
7th INTERNATIONAL COURSE OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC

 

Theme of the 7th Course:
The ballads of the Italian Trecento and the Ars Nova of Antonio Zacara da Teramo.

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The program of the 7th International Course of Spello sees the study of ballads of Florentine and anonymous authors of Italian fourteenth century, along with other forms of dance. In particular, it will go to the rediscovery of the art of Antonio Zacara da Teramo who lived between the end of the fourteenth century and the beginning of the fifteenth, of which this year marks the 600th year of death (1416). Alongside the music of Zacara there will be secular compositions of Gherardello da Firenze, Lorenzo da Firenze, Donato da Firenze and Francesco Landini.

The 7th Course this year will have a special edition; In fact, 25 to 28 July, in Spello, there will be only the practical courses, while from 26 to 28 August, you’ll end up in Teramo, in the Abruzzo region, where, will take place, under the Scientific Direction of Francesco Zimei, the ” Zacara Triduum “- European paths to celebrate a protagonist of early European music – a festival with conferences, masterclasses, concerts, with the participation of three major international groups: Micrologus (Italy), Currentes (Norway) and Leones (Austria).

The program of the 7th International Course of Spello, as well as the Florentine ballads, will focus on Zacara music, whose compositions are often of considerable complexity, and in any case the expert processing, with a distinctly Italian flavor and a very precise style : secular music comes from Mancini Codex of Lucca, with ballads for 2 or 3 voices and the only caccia (from Codex Squarcialupi of Florence); instrumental versions of vocal compositions from the Codex Faenza, and some examples of music used in the papal chapel, a Credo and Gloria, the first Italian documents to put parody from the Codex Q 15 of Bologna.

In the Ordinary Courses is possible to study even more repertoire of the Italian fourteenth century.
COURSES:
Singing / Choral singing – Simone Sorini
Lute – Peppe Frana
Flutes, shawn and bagpipes – Goffredo Degli Esposti
Hurdy-gurdy and Symphonia – Giordano Ceccotti
Traditional tambourine – Francesco Savoretti
Fiddle and rebec – Gabriele Russo
Wind Instruments Ensemble/Alta Cappella – Ian Harrison
Afternoon courses:
Small Ensemble music/Orchestral – Goffredo Degli Esposti, Peppe Frana, Gabriele Russo, Simone Sorini (choir), Ian Harrison (alta cappella), Giordano Ceccotti (drone instruments)
Course structure (25 to 28 July)

The 7th INTERNATIONAL COURSE will begin on the afternoon of July 25.
MORNING (26-28 July): Main Courses
AFTERNOON: main courses, Ensemble (small groups and orchestra)
EVENING: musical evenings surprise, in various places of the city of Spello (program in preparation).

Final show evening of 28 July.

 

STUDENT FEE:

Singing/Instrument course: 200€

Percussions course: 150€

2° Course frequency: 130€
ENSEMBLE FEE (minimum 3 members):

Singing/Instrument course: 180€
DEADLINE FOR INSCRIPTIONS: 15 MAY

After this date will be still possible to apply with an additional fee of 40€.

 

For the inscription copy and compile this APPLICATION FORM:

Name:                             Surname:

Date and place of birth:

Address:

City:                               Postal code:

Mobile:

E-mail:

Application to the Course:

Instrument played and preferred tuning:

Practical vocal or instrumental since:                         at:

Knowledge of voice / instrument (specify diploma conservatory, regular school attendance

courses, private education, autodidact):

Teachers had:

Other musical knowledge:

It allows the processing of personal data in accordance with standards Decree No. 196/2003.

Date and Signature

Please, send by mail to gabrielerusso@micrologus.it and gabrielerusso59@gmail.com

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August 3-6 2015: STAGE of HURDY-GURDY with Stéphan Durand

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July 29, 2015: MAGISTER IN CONCERT

July 29, 2015

10.00 pm, Sala dell’Editto – Town Hall, Spello

Under the 6th International Course of Medieval Music:

MAGISTER IN CONCERT

First concert of teachers with surprise musical program

Free entry

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27 July-1 August 2015: 6th International Medieval Music Course

27 July-1 August 2015

6th INTERNATIONAL COURSE OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC


Main theme of the 6th Course:
“Adam de la Halle and the Ars Antiqua of the Thirteenth Century”

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Adam de la Halle was one of the rare medieval musicians who was able    to compose monophonic and  polyphonic music, he was the last great master  and French poet (trouvère )of all musical genres of the thirteenth century.

His compositions  are  documented in numerous manuscripts, 36 chansons and 18 monophonic Jeu- partis, 16 polyphonic motets and 5 rondeaux.

We have among his poetical works “Le Jeu de la Feuillée”,   (1098 verses),    “Le Roi de Sicile”, (378 verses), and his masterpiece “Le Jeu de Robin et de Marion, composed around 1284 for the Neapolitan court of Charles of Anjou, considered to be the first “opera” in the history of music, a summa of his experiences as a composer and joculatores. Starting with the music by Adam de la Halle we will  explore the incredibly detailed sound universe of  thirteenth century’s Ars Antiqua. Part of the course will be dedicated to the study of the instrumental  estampies in the manuscript Chansonnier du Roi (Paris, Bibl. National, Ms. 844) of motets in Montpellier Codex (Facultè de Medècine Ms H 196) and in Las Huelgas Codex.

At the Main Course is possible also to study other repertories.

06huart con la cornamusaFaculty:
Solo singing: Patrizia Bovi

Bowed instruments: Gabriele Russo

Wind instruments (INTENSIVE: from 30 july to 1th august): Goffredo Degli Esposti

Choral singing (INTENSIVE: from 27 to 29 july): Simone Sorini

Lute: Crawford Young

Alta Cappella: Ian Harrison

Hurdy Gurdy (INTENSIVE: from 30 july to 1th august): Giordano Ceccotti

Percussion(INTENSIVE: from 30 july to 1th august): Paolo Rossetti


Vocal and instrumental ensemble Goffredo Degli Esposti
& Gabriele Russo

Musical Iconographies – Goffredo Degli Esposti


Conferences by:
Dinko Fabris

STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE (Except Monday 27th):

MORNING (from Tuesday to Saturday) : Main Courses
AFTERNOON (from Tuesday to Saturday): Complementary courses: Theoretical, Notation, Conferences, Ensemble
EVENING: musical evenings surprise, in various places in the city of Spello

Monday 27th:
MORNING (from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.): completing registration and payment of fees frequency
AFTERNOON: Main Courses

The full schedule, comprehensive of complementary theoretical courses, lectures and concerts, will be published soon.

 

 

STUDENT FEE:

Singing/Instrument course: 380€
Percussions course: 240€
Dance course: 240€

Only Large ensemble: 90€
Theoretical courses only: 90€

ENSEMBLE FEE (minimum 3 members):

Singing/Instrument course: 320€
Percussions course: 200€
Dance course: 200€

Only Large ensemble: 70€
Theoretical courses only: 70€

DEADLINE FOR INSCRIPTIONS : 30  JUNE

We kindly ask the students to send an advance of €. 70 from 1 to 15 July to finalize the application.

After this date will be still possible to apply with an additional fee of 40€.

DISCOUNT  of 10% FOR WHO ENTERS BY 15 of MAY

For the inscription compile the form: Application Form

and send by mail to info@centrostudiadolfobroegg.it

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The Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale "Adolfo Broegg" organizes courses, seminars, masterclasses, meetings on Medieval Music and Renaissance, with the purpose of create connection in the field of educational activities, research and performances between Umbria, Italian and foreign Universities, and International Studies Centres of Ancient Music.

Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale "Adolfo Broegg"
Via Fonte del Mastro II
06038 Spello, Perugia, Italy

+39 348 87 22 314
info@centrostudiadolfobroegg.it

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