1 July

9:00-17:00 Registration / pick-up of materials
Drift 21, 0.03
10:00 Opening words
Drift 21, central hall
Prof. Dr. J.C. Stoof, Rector Magnificus, Utrecht University
Prof. Dr. Karl Kügle, Professor of Musicology (History prior to 1800), Utrecht University
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
10:30 Spanish Sacred Polyphony
Chair: Theodor Dumitrescu
Notational Concepts
Chair: Michael Cuthbert
Projects and Methodologies
Chair: Rudolf Rasch
Joseph Sargent
(Stanford University)
Warwick Edwards
(University of Glasgow)
Jan Kolacek
(Charles University, Prague)
The Magnificat quarti toni and Spanish Marian Devotion Music Beyond Measure: Towards a Cognitive Approach to the Rhythms of Medieval Song The Global Chant Database Project
Noel O'Regan
(University of Edinburgh)
Helen Deeming
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans
(Musée des Instruments de Musique, Brussels / Université catholique de Louvain)
Piracy Or Parody? The Exordium of Tomás Luis de Victoria's Versa est in luctum Editing Early English Songs The Transition from the Medieval Fiddle to the Baroque Violin
11:30 Motets and Attributions
Chair: Theodor Dumitrescu
Notational Interpretation
Chair: Rudolf Rasch
Joep van Buchem
Martin Ham
(University of Surrey)
An Anonymous Tota pulcra es in London Royal 8.G.VII A Received Custom - The Meaning of 'tripla'
Stephen Rice
(University of Southampton)
Reinier de Valk
Pierre Moulu: Sources and Attributions Designing Computational Methods for Interactive Editing of Lute Tablature With a Focus on Automatic Transcription
12:30 Lunch
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
14:00 Ars Nova: Polyphony and Sources
Chair: Karl Kügle
Urban Contexts: Germany and the Low Countries
Chair: Eric Jas
Panel Session: Symbolische Kommunikation in der Messvertonung des 15. bis 17. Jahrhunderts
Chair: Jürgen Heidrich
Elizabeth Nyikos
(University of South Carolina)
Helen Green
(Open University, London)
Jürgen Heidrich
(Universität Münster)
The Columbia College Gloria: A Newly Discovered Fragment of Ars Nova Polyphony Dances and Dance Music in the Cities of Maximilian I's Teutsche Nation (1486-1519) Einführung: Formen symbolischer Kommunikation in den Messvertonungen der Renaissance
Renata Pieragostini
(University of Cambridge)
David Burn
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Andrea Ammendola
(Universität Münster)
Little-Known Fragments with Polyphony in Bologna Leonhard Päminger's Musical Offerings Herrschermessen an europäischen Höfen des 15. bis 17. Jahrhunderts
Kate Maxwell
(University of Glasgow)
Daniel Jungblut
(Universität Münster)
Understanding the Manuscript Transmissions of Machaut's Mass Machtlegitimation und Herrschaftsanspruch in den Sacrae Symphoniae von Lambert de Sayve
Daniel Glowotz
(Universität Münster)
Ludwig Daser (1526–1589): Ein süddeutscher Messenkomponist zwischen Reformation und Gegenreformation
15:30 Coffee Break
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal
16:00 Contrapuntal Technique
Chair: Margaret Bent
Medieval Liturgy
Chair: Ulrike Hascher-Burger
Julie Cumming
Peter Schubert
(McGill University)
Ute Evers
(Universität Augsburg)
Patterns of Imitation, 1450-1508 New Insights on the Quem queritis-Melodies

James Grier
(University of Western Ontario)
The Office of the Trinity at Saint Martial in the Eleventh Century
John Milsom
(Christ Church, Oxford)
Nils Holger Petersen
(University of Copenhagen)
A Composition Lesson with Josquin des Prez The Eucharist and Liturgical Representation in Music
18:00 Opening reception with book presentations:
Margaret Bent, Bologna Q15: The Making and Remaking of a Musical Manuscript (LIM)
David Fallows, Josquin (Brepols)
co-sponsored by LIM Editrice and Brepols
Academiegebouw (Domplein 29), Aula
20:00 Concert: Ensemble Clément Janequin: "Les cris de Paris"
Jacobikerk (St. Jacobsstraat 171)

2 July

Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
9:00 Milan and Music
Chair: Stanley Boorman
Panel Session: Approaching Heinrich Isaac - Some Observations on his Life, Music, and Performance Practices
Chairs: Stefan Gasch and Birgit Lodes
Cultural Resonances in Late-Medieval Theory
Chair: Karl Kügle
Rebecca Stewart
(The Hague)
Giovanni Zanovello
(Indiana University)
Christian Leitmeir
(Bangor University, Wales)
The Interrelationship between Chant, Modality and Language: Lux fulgebit, a Case Study Heinrich Isaac, the Medici, and Other Florentines Theory Encoded in Practice: The 'Flowers of Mensural Music' Revisited
Bonnie Blackburn
(Oxford University)
Leofranc Holford-Strevens
(Oxford University Press)
Katelijne Schiltz
(Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München)
David Maw
(Oriel College, Oxford)
The Music Treatise for the Cardinal The Canons in Isaac's Choralis Constantinus II Redemption and Retrospection in Jacques de Liège's Concept of Cadentia
Saskia Rolsma
Thomas Schmidt-Beste
(University of Wales, Bangor)
Luminita Florea
(Eastern Illinois University)
Motets and their Function: Some Thoughts Texture and Style in Henrich Isaacʹs Cantus Firmus Motets Sound as A Luxury Good: Textiles and Clothing Similes in Fourteenth-Century Music Theory
Christiane Wiesenfeldt
(Universität Münster)
Composing from a Distance. Heinrich Isaac's BMV Masses in Context
10:30 Coffee Break
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
11:00 Early Modern Northern Court Cultures
Chair: Kate van Orden
Panel: Approaching Heinrich Isaac continued France and Italy in the 14th Century
Chair: Jacques Boogaart
Katherine Butler
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
Sonja Tröster
(University of Vienna)
Ruxandra Marinescu
(Universiteit Utrecht)
'By Instruments her powers appeare': Music, Queenship and the Case of Queen Elizabeth I Henricus Isaac's Lieder: An Overestimated Repertoire or Sleeping Beauties? Notes on Style, Compositional Techniques and Textual Relations Fauvel's Portrait: Manipulating Vernacular Lais in the Roman de Fauvel
Kristin Rygg
(Hedmark University College)
Markus Grassl
(Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Wien)
Giuliano Di Bacco
(University of Exeter)
When Angels Dance for Princes - The First Danish Ballet de Cour Absque verbis: Einmal mehr zu Heinrich Isaacs textlosen Kompositionen Borrowing and Cross-Fertilisation of Repertories: The Case of the 14th-Century Chace/Caccia
Stefan Gasch
(University of Vienna)
Cathy Ann Elias
(DePaul University)
Hic jacet ... Isaci discipulus ... - Traces of Heinrich Isaac in Compositions by Ludwig Senfl Preaching with Songs: Music as Moral Exemplars during Warring Times and Plagues in Late Trecento Tuscany
Andreas Pfisterer
(Universität Regensburg)
Imitative Techniques in Isaac
12:30 Lunch
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
14:00 Biography and Repertory in 15th-Century France
Chair: David Fallows
Aspects of Medieval Notation
Chair: Susan Rankin
Secular Italian Texts: Form, Function, Setting
Chair: Katelijne Schiltz
Kathleen Sewright
(Rollins College)
Ulrike Hascher-Burger
(Universiteit Utrecht)
Gioia Filocamo
(Istituto superiore di Studi musicali di Terni)
Alexander Agricola in France: Evidence for his Early Years Linienlose Neumen in Handschriften um 1500: Notation in Medinger Gebetbüchern To the Madonna, Jesus, or God? Choosing a Lauda Contrafactum Text
Rob Wegman
(Princeton University)
Makiko Hirai
(Tokyo University of the Arts)
Alma van der Berg
(University of Amsterdam)
Fremin le Caron and the L'homme armé Tradition Two Notators in the Codex Calixtinus: A Hypothesis The Verse Lines of Poems: Visible to the Eye but Audible to the Ear?
The Culture of the Chanson
Chair: David Fallows
Honey Meconi
(Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester)
Judith Cohen
(Tel-Aviv University)
Chansonniers as Conduct Manuals Alfonso della Viola (c. 1508 - c. 1574): Chronology, Influences, Reception
Emily Zazulia
(University of Pennsylvania)
Daniel Donnelly
(McGill University)
"Corps contre corps," voix contre voix: Conflicting Codes of Discourse in the Late Fifteenth-Century Combinative Chanson Endless Falling: Musical Glossing in Parallel Settings of "Ma di che debbo lamentarmi"
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 Keynote lecture: Kate van Orden
Room 0.32
18:00 Reception and conference dinner
Museum van Speelklok tot Pierement (Steenweg 6)

3 July

Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
9:00 In and Around the Chigi Codex
Chair: Thomas Schmidt-Beste
Music and Performance
Chair: Jan Nuchelmans
Saints and Services
Chair: William Mahrt
Margaret Bent
(All Souls College, Oxford)
Anne Smith
(Schola Cantorum Basiliensis)
Catherine Saucier
(Arizona State University)
Ockeghem's Requiem? Rhetoric of Context Or How Our Understanding of Context Can Influence Performance Hearing Saintly Suavitas: St Lambert's Voice
Edward Houghton
(UC Santa Cruz)
Greta Haenen
(Hochschule für Künste Bremen)
Barbora Sojková
(Charles University, Prague)
Three Motets in the Chigi Codex: Connections and Contrasts Unterwegs zu einem neuen Klangideal: Sänger, Instrumentalmusiker und solistische Virtuosität The Office of St. Scholastica in Notated Manuscripts of the St. George Convent in Prague
Agnese Pavanello
(University of Salzburg)
Louis Peter Grijp
(Universiteit Utrecht / Meertens Instituut)
Michael Alan Anderson
(Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester)
Stabat mater / Vidi speciosam: Zur Entstehung und Datierung der Motette Gaspar van Weerbekes im Chigi-Codex Reflections on the Reconstruction of Niewe Duytsche liedekens ("Maastricht Song Book", 1554) The Heritage and Symbolism of the St. Anne Office in Torino, MS J.II.9
10:30 Coffee Break
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
11:00 Panel Session: Worship and Liturgy in Sixteenth-Century Bruges
Chair: Bonnie Blackburn
Voice and Weltanschauung
Chair: Ulrike Hascher-Burger
Politics and Polyphony
Chair: Lenka Mráčková
Pieter Mannaerts
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven / Alamire Foundation)
Elizabeth Mellon
(University of Pennsylvania)
Tim Shephard
(University of Nottingham)
Two Monastic historiae in Honourof St Godelieve Vox Humana: Changes in the Disciplinary Positioning of the Voice in Late Antiquity and the Early Medieval Period Princely Economies? Music, Money and Rulership in Ferrara from Ercole I to Alfonso I
Nele Gabriëls
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven / Alamire Foundation)
Grantley McDonald
(Centre d'Études supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours / Le Studium)
Pawel Gancarczyk
(Institute of Art, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
Local Repertoire in Cambrai, Médiathèque Municipale MSS 125-128: The Case of Salve quadruplicem gestans Godeleva coronam The Musical Form of Marsilio Ficino's Orphic Singing Printed Polyphonic Songs and Politics in 16th-Century Poland
Véronique Roelvink
Nicoletta Gossen
Agnieszka Leszczynska
(University of Warsaw)
There is a Time for Everything: Reconstructing a Musical-Liturgical Year in the Sint-Jacobskerk in Bruges in the 1530s La flors enversa - poetisch-musikalische Gegenwelten in Mittelalter De Drusina - A Family of Musicians from Gdańsk
12:30 Lunch
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, 0.12
14:30 Panel Session: The Acquisition and Reception of Foreign Musical Repertories in 16th-Century Portugal
Chair: Noel O'Regan
Intellectual Tradition
Chair: Leofranc Holford-Strevens
CMME Project Hands-on Workshop on Digital Editions
Owen Rees
(The Queen's College, Oxford)
Jan Herlinger
(Louisiana State University School of Music)

Northern Musical Repertories in Coimbra Prosdocimo's Expositiones on the Libellus cantus mensurabilis
João Pedro d'Alvarenga
(CESEM / University of Évora)
Linda Cummins
(University of Alabama)

Some Notes on the Reception of Josquin and of Northern Idioms in Portuguese Music and Culture Berlin 1010: A New Source for Medieval Music Theory
Filipe Mesquita de Oliveira
(UnIMeM / University of Évora)
Jane Hatter
(McGill University)

The Two Manuscript Sources 48 & 242 from Coimbra University Library and the Development of the Keyboard Tento in the Second Half of the 16th Century Musica: Music about Music in the Late-Fifteenth and Early-Sixteenth Centuries
Bernadette Nelson
(CESEM / Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Walter Kreyszig
(University of Saskatchewan / Center for Canadian Studies, University of Vienna)

Building a Library: Origins of John IV of Portugal's Livraria de Musica The Transmission of Pythagorean Arithmetic from the Greek to the Latin Orbits during the Renaissance: Establishing a Link Between Nichomachus of Gerasa and Franchino Gaffurio via Boethius, Martianus Capella, Isidore of Seville, Ugolino of Orvieto and Johannes Tinctoris
16:30 Coffee Break
17:00 Keynote lecture: Susan Rankin
Room 0.32
18:00 Business meeting
Room 0.32
20:00 Concert: Camerata Trajectina: The Maastricht Song Book
Geertekerk (Geertekerkhof 23)

4 July

Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
9:30 Panel Session: Byrd
Chair: John Milsom
Stylistic Paradigms
Chair: Giovanni Zanovello
Writing and Printing
Chair: Marnix van Berchum
Andrew Johnstone
(Trinity College, Dublin)
Ramona Hocker
(Universität Wien)
Stanley Boorman
(New York University)
Harmonic fuga in Byrd's Great Service L'homme armé, dona nobis pacem The Earliest French Music Printing
David Trendell
(King's College, London)
Jennifer Thomas
(University of Florida)
Barbara Eichner
(Goldsmiths, University of London)
Aspects of Byrd's Treatment of Dissonance in his Latin-Texted Works Renaissance Classicism and Imitatio at the French Royal Court The Afterlife of Isaac's Choralis Constantinus - A New Source from Southern Germany
Kerry McCarthy
(Duke University)
Patrice Nicolas
(Université de Montréal)
From the Library of William Byrd Georg Rhau and Jacotin's Beati omnes qui timent Dominum: A Humanist Re-Vamping of a Pre-Humanist Work
11:00 Coffee Break
Room: 0.32 Room: Sweelinckzaal Room: 1.09
11:30 15th-Century Source Studies
Chair: Michael Anderson
Politics and Diplomacy
Chair: Honey Meconi
Orthodoxy, Heresy, and Reform
Chair: Christian Leitmeir
Lenka Mráčková
(Charles University, Prague)
Evan MacCarthy
(Harvard University)
Inga Mai Groote
(Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München)
Cantio, Lied or Chanson? The Codex Strahov as a 15th Century Song Treasury Diplomacy and Music: A Case for Antoine Haneron and Francesco d'Este Melanchthon and Music
Ian Rumbold
Vassiliki Koutsobina
Dana Marsh
(Girton College, Cambridge)
Austrian or Bavarian? Hermann Pötzlinger's Music Book (Munich 14274) A King, a Pope, and a War: Economic Crisis and Faulte d'argent Settings in the Opening Decades of the Sixteenth Century Ecclesiastical Musicians and the Continuum of Henrician Religious Orthodoxy
Ralph Corrigan
(University of Manchester)
The Dating of BU 2216: Some Thoughts towards the End of my Studies
13:00 Closing canal boat tour / lunch
Gather in Drift 21, central hall, for embarcation at Viebrug