Performing, Recording and (Re)Constructing - A Guide for Historically Informed Performance
This talk introduces the Leverhulme-funded research project “(Re)constructing Early Recordings: a guide for historically-informed performance”, which focusses on the reconstruction and simulation of the mechanical recording process to capture performances using wax cylinders and digital technologies. Through the presentation of research findings, it will discuss the value of reconstructions of passed recording techniques in terms of preserving forms of performance practice, and propose a method for their future analysis and use.
Dr Stanović is a pianist, researcher, and Leverhulme Trust Early Career Research Fellow at the University of Huddersfield.
The Music Research Series invites researchers from across the country, and from within the department, to present and discuss their work. The Series is a space for the development of cutting-edge research in music, and for the training of postgraduate and Early Career Researchers from Goldsmiths and elsewhere. The sessions bring together scholars, practitioners, and people working in music outside the university. They may include formal papers, panel discussions, conversations, or any other format that suits the research.
Free, open to all
Dates & times
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|26 Nov 2019||5:30pm - 7:00pm|
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