Aspects of Reformulating within Mozart's Music Design-driven Research, Emerging from Amadeus' Basso Continue and Cadenzas

Authors: Dalibor Miklavčič, ENSEMBLE 1778

Category: Keynote

Affiliation: University of Ljubljana

#music & architecture

#perception vs. formulating

#historically informed reformulating

#copying old art as source for new tools

#reinventing 300years old methodes

#philology and musical translation

#musical notation vs. design

ENSEMBLE 1778

Tina Zajec, 1st violin

Vivijana Rogina, 2nd violin

Izak Hudnik, violoncello

Jernej Ivan, double bass

Annemarie Glavič, 1st flute

Meta Pirc, 2nd flute

Dalibor Miklavčič, piano & conducting

W. A. MOZART:

Sonata for Keyboard Instrument and Ensemble C maj KV278

Sonata for Keyboard Instrument and Ensemble C maj KV336

MOZART'S CONTEMPORARY (name revealed during the lecture):

Concerto for Fortepiano and Ensemble D major (Allegro con Spirito/Grazioso/Allegro)

Concerto for Fortepiano and Ensemble F major (2nd Mvt: Tempo di Minuetto)

Concerto for Fortepiano and Ensemble E-flat major (3rd Mvt. Presto)