一、会议时间  

     2015610 -13

    二、会议地点  

    老挝琅勃拉邦

    三、会议议题  

    1、舞蹈乐器-歌唱乐器  

    1)双重性表演功能

    2演奏技法或节目的变异

    3)表演中乐器的物理内含

    4)乐器在唱词中作为主体

    5)声音模仿中的声音表现,以及其他值得研究的领域

    2、乐器声音的情感暗示  

    1)音乐心理学

    2)声学和社会行为

    3)群体内动态的审美规范

    4)种族(民族)标签

    5)根据音质划分乐器的性别或年龄群(组)

    6)乐器声音感觉中的相关组织(构造)

    3、新研究  

    四、陈述形式  

    1、陈述20分钟,问答10分钟

    2、探讨共同议题的三人发言小组可视情况做相应安排

    3、电影会议中,如果是2个短片,则每个不超过25分钟,如果是1个长片,则每个不超过55分钟。开始时需进行介绍,对于研究背景的介绍不能超过10分钟。

     

          20th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments
          Luang Prabang, 10-13 June, 2015
          Call for Papers


    Dear ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments members, dear colleagues, dear
    students, dear friends,


    Please find attached call for papers for the 20th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on
    Folk Musical Instruments to be held in Luang Prabang, Laos, from 10-13 June, 2015.
    The call for papers is early in order to ensure a good time for your preparation and for your
    travel arrangements. Details can be found in the attached call for papers, which will also be
    included in the next ICTM bulletin being published in short.
    Participants who are not yet a member of the Study Group and/or ICTM are welcome to
    submit abstracts. Anyone who wants to contribute to the topics proposed can participate.
    (Active membership in ICTM is expected for the year 2015. You can obtain membership
    status online at any time.)
    Please, do not hesitate to get back to me with any question that may arise. The program
    committee and the local organisation try their best to make all your plans fitting into the
    frame of this exciting event in an exciting place.
    I wish all of you a healthy, happy and successful year 2014!
    Gisa Jähnichen
    (Study Group Chair)
    TOPICS
    1) Dance Instruments - Song Instruments
    Many local music traditions are complex and involve to a big part dance alternating with
    songs. The idea to deepen insights on instrumental functionality from the perspective of
    performative demands is, therefore, of some urgency, especially in times of increasing
    substitution of live music through fixed and pre-produced media items. Studies on
    • the duality of performance functions,
    • observed differentiation in playing techniques or repertoire,
    • the physical inclusion of musical instruments in the performance and
    • musical instruments as subjects in song texts or
    • vocally represented in sound imitation might be some research fields that deserve to
    be looked at.
    2) Emotional Implications of Instrumental Sound
    This topic includes cross-disciplinary studies that investigate into instrumental sound with
    regard to
    • music psychology,
    • acoustics and social behaviour,
    • dynamics of aesthetic norms within communities,
    • ethnic labelling,
    • gendering / age grouping of musical instruments according to sound qualities, or
    • any associative structuring in the perception of instrumental sound.
    Until today, only few previous researches were dedicated to aspects of religious, therapeutic
    and ritual ideas that base on the effect of instrumental sound. Insofar, this second topic can
    open up new research areas bridging disciplinary boundaries with the means of modern
    analytical tools.
    3) New Research.
    Any really new research is welcome to be introduced to the participants of the symposium.
    PRESENTATION FORMATS
    • Single paper of 20 Minutes followed by 10 Mintues Q&A.
    • Panel of 3 papers on a joint topic that can be arranged accordingly.
    • Film session with 2 short films (each of not more than 25 Min) or 1 long film (not
    more than 55 Min). Film sessions should come with an introduction and research
    background of not more than 10 Minutes.
    Abstracts of not more than 250 words plus biodata plus technical needs (including media-file
    extensions, in case you want to screen video or audio) have to be sent to the program
    committee members Rinko Fujita, Manfred Bartmann and Rewadee Ungpho. One copy
    should go to the local organizer Thongbang Homsombat. Here are the relevant emails:
    rinko.fujita@gmail.com
    manfred.bartmann@sbg.ac.at
    tukta2520@yahoo.com
    thongbang9@yahoo.com
    IMPORTANT DATES
    • Deadline for abstract submissions: 1 March, 2014
    • Decision on abstract acceptance: 1 May 2014
    • Expected arrival date: 9 June 2015
    • Deadline for submission of print version: 20 July 2014
    Please, consider to submit an abstract only if you really intend to attend the symposium and
    to submit a print version of your paper / a publication version of your film.
    Since this call for papers is going out in a good time prior to the symposium, try to write out
    your paper in time, best before the symposium. Then you need only few changes resulting
    from exchange and discussions and you can enjoy the symposium well prepared without
    spending much time on your last second arrangements.
    SOME DETAILS ABOUT THE CONFERENCE SITE AND THE ORGANIZATION
    The symposium will take place in the World Heritage City Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang
    can be reached by airplane from Bangkok, Hanoi, Vientiane, Pakse and Siem Reap. Changing
    planes in Vientiane increases the options for arriving from Kunming, Seoul, Singapore and
    Kuala Lumpur. From Vientiane, busses are going on a wonderful 8 hrs ride over the
    mountains to Luang Prabang. Conference rooms and hotel will be in the same place (Villa
    Ban Lao: http://www.villa-ban-lao.com/). Accommodation will include airport transfer,
    breakfast, free wifi, optional half or full board. The price per person per day is ranging from
    18 USD up to 72 USD accordingly. Other possibilities to stay (from 8-120 USD per night)
    can be found in walking distance.
    Please, let us know in long term if you will need to obtain a visa in advance. If so, the local
    organizer will send you all necessary documents in time. Usually, most countries get visa on
    arrival for a visa fee between 15-35 USD (different from country to country), some do not
    need any visa (ASEAN). Visa on arrival is not available to citizens of Afghanistan, Algeria,
    Bangladesh, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau,
    Jordan, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya), Mozambique, Nauru,
    Niger,Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Syria, Swaziland,
    Tonga,Turkey, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. In case you are a citizen of one of these countries
    you have to apply in the nearest Lao embassy or consulate using the documents that will be
    provided by the local organizer.
    The conference fees will not exceed 120 USD for Study Group members. Students will get
    special discount as well as local participants. The fees collected on site will cover the costs
    for meeting room rent and service, print material, tea breaks, welcome dinner, two evening
    performances, and the use of the business centre.
    https://drlatiffah.academia.edu/GisaJ%C3%A4hnichen
    --
    Prof. Dr. Gisa Jähnichen
    Comparative Musicology - Audiovisual Media
    Music Department
    Faculty of Human Ecology
    Universiti Putra Malaysia
    UPM Serdang, Selangor
    MALAYSIA
    Poscode 43400
    Tel +603-8946-7127
    or:
    Mühsamstr. 64
    D-10249 Berlin
    GERMANY
    Tel +49 (0)30 4292829

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