Conferences of past years

Vienna, 9. – 11. June 2011

The research project Ludwig Senfl – A Catalogue Raisonné organised an interdisciplinary conference on Ludwig Senfl at the department of musicology of the University of Vienna.
Further information

→ Review of the conference by Jaap van Benthem in Early Music (August 2011)

→ German version of the review at the pages of the Gesellschaft für Musikforschung


Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference
Barcelona, 5. – 8. July 2011

Panel session on Ludwig Senfl:

J. Sargent (University of San Francisco, US): The Modal Affect Effect in Senfl’s Magnificats
J. Kiel (Utrecht, NL): Senfli’s „Salves
W. Fuhrmann (University of Vienna, A): Senfl’sQuid vitam sine te“ and the Consolations of Music
R. Gustavson (The Australian National University, AU): Senfl in Print II: The „Einzeldrucke“
M. Grassl (University of Music and Peforming Arts Vienna, A): Senfl among the Theorists
A. Lindmayr-Brandl (University of Salzburg, A): Ludwig Senfl, a German Hero of Early Times

The papers of both conferences will be published as Senfl-Studien 2 in the series Wiener Forum für ältere Musikgeschichte (expected date of publication: 2013)

Further activities

Presentations of the research project:

Presentations of further research findings by: