Congress Programme Congress Programme

Program 26.02.2010  

ROOM 105
[Sesja przedpoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Zbigniew Skowron

9 am - 9.30 am  Jeffrey Kallberg »
Chopin’s Pencil

9.30 am - 10 am  Jonathan Bellman »
Consumer Music as a Stylistic Context for Chopin

10 am - 10.30 am  Jolanta T. Pękacz
Chopin and the Discourse on the Old Regime under the July Monarchy

10.30 am - 11 am 
Break

11 am - 11.30 am  Ljudmila Volskaya »
Fryderyk Chopin. Overview from Ukraine

11.30 am - 12 am  Pierre Goy
Joseph Christoph Kessler - Frédéric Chopin

12 am - 12.30 am  Bożena Schmid-Adamczyk »
Le manuscrit autographe de F.Chopin, l’Etude en fa-mineur op.25 no 2 dans l’Album d’Antoni Teichman de la collection du Musée F. Chopin et G. Sand a Valldemossa

1 pm - 2 pm 
Lunch

2 pm - 2.45 pm 
Concert (Casimir Palace)

[Sesja popoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Zofia Helman

3 pm - 3.30 pm  Jordi Desola
New Research about Diseases Suffered by Frédéric Chopin

3.30 pm - 4 pm  Halina Goldberg »
Chopin and the Stammbuch Tradition: Conventions and Contexts

4 pm - 4.30 pm 
Break

4.30 pm - 4.45 pm  Mariola Nałęcz »
Old and New Chopiniana in the National Library in Warsaw as a Contribution to Research on Fryderyk Chopin’s Life and Work (research report)

4.45 pm - 5.15 pm  Jerzy Miziołek »
Chopin and the University of Warsaw: A ‘Musical Genius’ among Artists and Scholars (presentation)

5.15 pm - 5.45 pm 
Discussion

ROOM 106
[Sesja przedpoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Anna Czekanowska

9 am - 9.30 am  Piotr Dahlig »
Fryderyk Chopin’s Experiences with Folk-Ethnic Music in Europe

9.30 am - 10 am  Raul Meloncelli »
Chopin, Bellini and Italian Bel Canto

10 am - 10.30 am  Marco Bizzarini »
New Observations on Chopin and Contemporary Italian Vocal Treatises

10.30 am - 11 am 
Break

11 am - 11.30 am  Artur Szklener »
Rhythm of Variability in Chopin Themes

11.30 am - 12 am  Ewa Dahlig-Turek »
The Mazurka before and after Chopin

12 am - 12.30 am 
Discussion

1 pm - 2 pm 
Lunch

2 pm - 2.45 pm 
Concert (Casimir Palace)

[Sesja popoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Jeffrey Kallberg

3 pm - 3.30 pm  Zofia Chechlińska »
Chopin and the Meaning of Keys

3.30 pm - 4 pm  Andrzej Tuchowski »
The Tragic, Pathos, Heroism: The Expressive Meaning of Chopin’s Use of the C Minor Key in the Context of the Romantic Tradition

4 pm - 4.30 pm 
Break

4.30 pm - 5 pm  Stefan Keym »
The Historical Context of the Tonal Dramaturgy in Fryderyk Chopin’s Piano Sonata, Op. 35

5 pm - 5.30 pm  Petra Weber-Bockholdt »
F-Dur bei Chopin

5.30 pm - 6 pm 
Discussion

ROOM 107
[Sesja przedpoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Alicja Budziłło-Jarzębska

9 am - 9.30 am  Irina Nikolska
Stasov on Chopin

9.30 am - 10 am  Maja Trochimczyk »
From “Eternal Eloquence” to “What Does He Know?” – Images of Chopin in English-language Poetry

10 am - 10.30 am  David Kasunic »
The Legacy of Chopin’s Dance: Taglioni, Fokine, Mikuli, and Schenker

10.30 am - 11 am 
Break

11 am - 11.30 am  Magdalena Dziadek »
The Dispute Concerning Chopin Piano Competitions and the Polish School of Chopin Performance

11.30 am - 12 am  Irena Poniatowska »
Le piano de Jane Stirling au Musée de l’Université Jagellonne. Une fausse attribution (rapport des recherches)

12 am - 12.30 am 
Discussion

1 pm - 2 pm 
Lunch

2 pm - 2.45 pm 
Concert (Casimir Palace)

[Sesja popoludniowa]
[Przewodniczy]: Sławomira Żerańska-Kominek

3 pm - 3.30 pm  Katarzyna Naliwajek-Mazurek »
Chopin inter arma

3.30 pm - 4 pm  Sławomir Wieczorek »
Chopin in Stalinist Poland

4 pm - 4.30 pm 
Break

4.30 pm - 5 pm  Anna Nowak »
Chopin’s Influence on Piano Mazurkas Written by 20th- Century Polish Composers: From Borrowings to Inspirations

5 pm - 5.30 pm  Małgorzata Gamrat »
«Le Syndrome Chopinien» dans l’oeuvre pianistique d’Alexandre Tansman

5.30 pm - 6 pm 
Discussion