Symposium "Ex umbra in solem": Programm

L’viv, 2–5 November 2017

On musical works that have been lost, rediscovered or deserve reassessment

International conference organized by Haliciana Schola Cantorum

In cooperation with:

  • Mykola Lysenko National Music Academy, L’viv
  • Ukrainian Catholic University, L’viv
  • National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, L’viv
  • Ivan Franko National University, L’viv
Thursday, 2 November 2017

UKU (Kozelnytska str. 2a)

13.00: Opening: Ivan Dukhnych and Angelika Moths
13.30: Christoph Wolff: The Archive of the Berlin Sing-Akademie 18 Years later: An Interim Balance.
14.00: Jurij Jasinovskyj: Archival Research in Musicology based on the Experiences during the Soviet Times.
14.30: Vasyl’ Kmet’: Music in Manuscripts – Experiences of the University Library.
15.00: Ljubov Kyjanovs’ka: Problems and Objectives of Elaboration of Music Archives and Funds in Modern Ukraine.

15.30: Coffee break

In the Shadow: Lost documents — Hypotheses and Legends
Chair: Christoph Wolff

Traces of Eastern European Composers in Western Collections
Chair: Oleh Yaskiv

16.00 — Natalja Syrotyns’ka:

Structural Features of Sacred Monody in the Context of Liturgical Functionality (on the Material of five line Manuscripts)

16.00 — Jürgen Warmbrunn:

The Research Library of the Herder Institute and its Music Collection
– Rediscovered Music Manuscripts from East Central Europe on the Marburg Castle Hill

16.30 — Gioia Filocamo:

Accepting Death through Laude:
Lack of Music for the Bolognese Gallows during the Early Modern Era

16.30 — Bret Werb:

The Aleksander Kulisiewicz Collection at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

17.00 — Stefan Münnich:

Ontology of the Non-existent? Towards a Data Model for Missing or lost Musical Sources with regard to Anton Webern’s George Lieder op. 3 & 4

17.00 — Irena Poniatowska (not present):

The Universal Exhibition in Paris 1900. Autographs of Polish Composers

18.00: Festive ceremony for Christoph Wolff with reception

Friday, 3 November 2017

UKU (Kozelnytska str. 2a)

Completing the Picture: Newly Found Sources Pertaining to the Work and Life of Famous, lesser Known or Unknown Composers (Part One)
Chair: Ivan Dukhnych

Young Haliciana

Chair: Elena Kholodova

9.00 — Luke Dahn:
Situating the Fasch Manuscript among the Early Collection of Bach Chorales

9.00 — Tetjana Fisher:
Blank Spots in Boris Kudryk’s Artistic Biography

9.30 — Simone Walters:
Performing Christian Gottfried Krause: the Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Bassoon and Continuo (1765) from the Archive of the Berlin Sing-Akademie

9.30 — Petro Zherukha:
Alois Nanke: Composer and Founder of the Professional Music Education in Western Ukraine

10.00 — Francisco Javier Lupiañez Ruiz:
New Discoveries of Vivaldi in Dresden: Trio Sonata RV 820, Sonata RV 205/2 and a new Vivaldian Cadenza in an
anonymous concerto

10.00 — Olena Damaskina:
Palaeography of the Ukrainian Irmologians of the 17th and 18th Centuries

10.30: Coffee break

Chair: Angelika Moths

Chair: Irena Zeitz

11.00 — Thomas Fritzsch (will be read):
Johann Christian Bach:
Quartets for Abel, the celebrated viol-di-gamba player

11.00 — Daryna Chamakhud:
Unknown Pages of the Life of Jakiv Jacynevyč
(Reconstruction of the Biography of the Ukrainian Composer with Archive Records)

11.30 — Bernd Koska:
“On the Polish Parnassus” – Bach’s pupil Johann Philipp Kirnberger in Poland

11.30 — Temur Jakubov:
Sergei Bortkiewicz. Opus 57 (restoration of the composer’s idea)

12.00 — Uljana Hrab (Ukrainian):
Reassessment of values – M. Antonovych’s Archive as a Source of unknown Information on the Research of Emigrated Ukrainian Musicologists (50–80s of the 20th century)

12.00 — Alexander Horolsky:
Invocation à la Lumière.
Pioneers of the Modern Viola da Gamba Tradition in the Russian Empire and the USSR

Completing the Picture (Part Two)

Chair: Angelika Moths

Musical Sources in Eastern Europe before and after the „Iron Curtain“
Chair: Liubov Kyjanovs’ka

14.00 — Marco Beghelli:
The last Metastasian Semiramide recovered

14.00 — Asim Kelmendi (German):
The Situation of Musical Compositions before and after the Cold War in the South-Eastern Europe especially in Kosovo as the Newest
Country in Europe

14.30 — David Trippett:
An uncrossable Rubicon: Liszt’s Sardanapale revisited

14.30 — Natalja Kobryn (Ukrainian):
Ukrainian Musical Culture in Galicia: archival documents and periodicals

15.00 — Dietmar Friesenegger (per Skype):
Mandyczewski Treasures in a Ukrainian Library

15.00 — Lilija Nazar-Shevchuk (Ukrainian):
Vasyl’ Barvins’kyi and Borys Kudryk: The Fate of the Musical Archives from Penitentiaries and Concentration Camps of Galician Composers and Political Prisoners of the Soviet Regime

15.30: Coffee break

16.00 — Agnieszka Zwierzycka (will be read):
Władysław Żeleński (1837–1921) – a Rediscovered Composer and His Opera Goplana

16.00 — Myroslava Novakovych (Ukrainian):
The Austrian Composer Alois Nanke and his role in reforming Greek-Catholic liturgical music in the 20-30’s of the Nineteenth Century

16.30 — Konstantin Zenkin:
A. Grechaninov’s Forgotten Music for A. Ostrovsky’s Spring Fairy Tale “Snegurochka” [“Snow Maiden”]

16.30 — Ol’ha Zosim (Ukrainian):
Ukrainian Sacred Baroque Songs in Manuscript Collections from the 17th to 19th Centuries in Foreign Libraries

17.00 — Olena Tsybul’s’ka (Ukrainian):
Collection of Rare Gramophone records from the Musical Department of the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine

19.00: Students’ concert, St. Georges Cathedral (Ploshcha Svjatoho Jura 5)

Saturday, 4 November 2017

National Library

Work in Progress: Drahomanova str. 5 / Reassessments: Drahomanova str. 17

Work in Progress: Reports on Recent Research on Musical Sources or on Documents that merit Study
Chair: Helmut Loos


Chair: Arno Reichert

9.00 — Carmela Bongiovanni:
An Anonymous Music Collection in the Music Library of the Paganini Conservatory in Genoa

9.00 — Oleksandr Okhrimenko:
Medieval European responsory from the cover of Theology Studies

9.30 — Ol’ha Osadcia:
Musical collections (private and institutional) in the funds of The L’viv National Vasyl’ Stefanyk Scientific Library of Ukraine: problems of working out, reconstruction and cataloguing

9.30 — Agnieszka Leszczyńska:
Polish Traces in the Lute Tablature by Emanuel Wurstisen

10.00 — Jurij Medvedyk (Ukrainian):
The Sources and Evolution of the Ukrainian liturgical collection “Bohohlasnyk” (18th century)

10.00 — Kateryna Schöning:
Lute Tablature UKR-LVu 1400/I as a Lessons Book of Humanist Scholars: Intertextual and Intercultural analysis of the Manuscript

10.30: Coffee Break

Chair: Otto Biba

11.00 — Svitlana Vavrysh (Ukrainian):
The Krasičynski’s Sheet Music collection

11.00 — Ewa Bielińska-Galas:
The Unexpected Manuscript Processionale from 1638 in the Elbląg Library

11.30 — Ljudmyla Rudenko (Ukrainian):
The Choir Music Library of the Kiev Theological Academy

11.30 — Adriana Kretkowska:
What is the Difference between ‘passio’ and ‘tragicomoedia’, and what Stems from it? The Passion repertoire of the Jasna Góra Monastery

12.00 — Larysa Ivchenko (Ukrainian):
The Musical Collection of Count Alexej Rozumovskij

12.00 — Andrzej Edward Godek:
Canto fratto in eighteenth-century Bernardine manuscripts: a Study on Lost and Rediscovered Sources to Plainchant and Polyphonic Compositions

14.00–15.30: „Round table”, Opera Studio (Music Academy) (German) (Nyzhankiwskoho str. 5)

chaired by Ljubov Kyjanovs’ka and Angelika Moths with contributions by

  • Christoph Wolff: The “Répertoire Internationale des Sources Musicales” (RISM) as a Community Project for Making Inaccessible Sources available
  • Otto Biba: Libraries in Libraries: Facts and Desiderata
  • Helmut Loos: The Survey of Sources as Basis of scientific Musical Historiography. Musical Writings of the 19th Century from the Perspective of Source Criticism

16.00–18.00: „Symposium in the Symposium“, National Library (Drahomanova str. 5)

chaired by Vasyl’ Kmet’ with contributions by librarians and archivists (see separate page)

20.00: Concert, Big Hall (Music Academy), with reception (Nyzhankiwskoho str. 5)

Sunday, 5 November 2017

9.00–12.00: Final discussion, conclusions, further plans

Ethnographical Museum (Svoboda Prospekt 15)

chaired by Christoph Wolff, Jurij Jasinovskyj, Ljubov Kyjanovs’ka, Vasyl’ Kmet’ and Angelika Moths