Conference: Thinking music in the web age, Université de Strasbourg 31/01-01/02, 2019

At the turn of the twenty-first century, recorded music, largely already converted into digital formats, began to migrate – like all entities in the social world – into the Web. This symposium aims to study these transformations from three points of view.

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Although they can often be, and often are, intertwined in reality, we propose to consider them separately: the dimension of production (how digital technology and the web have transformed production, and the dissemination of works and performances?), the dimension of reception (how digital technology and the web transformed our way of experiencing music or, more precisely, of perceiving, appreciating, and judging it?) and the dimension ofontology(how digital technology and the web transformed the being of traditional musical entities and which new entities have they made possible?).

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Jeudi 31 janvier 2019

8h45 – 9h00 : Introduction – Alessandro Arbo et Alessandro Bertinetto SESSION 1 : MUSIQUE EN REGIME NUMERIQUE (PARTIE 1)

Modération / Chair : Stéphane Roth

9h00 – 9h45 : Michael Bull (University of Sussex)

Disruptions, Transformations and Continuities in Listening to Music in the Digital Age

9h45 – 10h30 : Harry Lehmann (Berlin, freelance author)

Scores and Samples. From the Literate Music Culture toward a Digital Music Culture

10h30 – 10h45 : Pause café / Coffee break

SESSION 1 : MUSIQUE EN REGIME NUMERIQUE (PARTIE 2)

Modération / Chair : Moreno Andreatta

10h45 – 11h30 : Paolo Magaudda (Università di Padova)

The Blockchain “Revolution” in Music Industry: Narratives, Infrastructures and Music Formats

11h30 – 12h15 : Luca Cossettini (Università di Udine)

The Quest for Myriad Strains

12h15 – 14h00 : Déjeuner / Lunch

Après-midi

SESSION 2 : ENJEUX ESTHETIQUES ET ONTOLOGIQUES

Modération / Chair : Daniel Payot

14h00 – 14h45 : Maurizio Ferraris (Università di Torino)

Métaphysique de l’enregistrement

14h45 – 15h30 : Alessandro Arbo (GREAM)

Ce que le web fait aux œuvres

15h30 – 16h15 : Alessandro Bertinetto (Università di Torino)

Improvising Live (and) the Web

16h15 – 16h30 : Pause café / Coffee break

SESSION 3 : NETWORK MUSIC

Modération / Chair : Nathalie Hérold

16h30 – 17h15 : Christopher Haworth (University of Birmingham)

Digital Utopianism and Network Music: The Rise and Fall of the Res Rocket Surfer band

17h15 – 18h00 : Madeleine Le Bouteiller (GREAM)

L’application Smule : des performances musicales à distance et un réseau social18h00 : Fin de la journée / End of the day

Matin

Vendredi 1er février

SESSION 4 : L’ECOUTE MUSICALE A L’ERE DU NUMERIQUE

Modération / Chair : Xavier Hascher

9h00 – 9h45 : Philippe Le Guern (Université de Nantes)

De la discomorphose à la musimorphose : Remarques sur les transformations du champ musical en régime numérique

9h45 – 10h30 : Elvira Di Bona (Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem)

Chimeric Sound Sources

10h30 – 10h45 : Pause café / Coffee break

SESSION 5 : QUESTIONS D’AUTHENTICITE (PARTIE 1)

Modération / Chair : Marta Grabocz

10h45 – 11h30 : Lisa Giombini (Università di Roma 3)

The Challenge of Authenticity: Music, Plagiarism and the Digital

11h30 – 12h15 : Angelo Orcalli (Università di Udine)

La survie de l’œuvre musicale dans l’infosphère : l’éthique de l’éditeur dans le milieu numérique

12h15 – 14h00 : Déjeuner / Lunch

Après-midi

SESSION 5 : QUESTIONS D’AUTHENTICITE (PARTIE 2)

Modération / Chair : Julie Walker

14h00 – 14h45 : Marcello Ruta (Université de Berne)

Flânerie musicale et collectionnisme virtuel – Changements et persistances dans la consommation de la musique à l’ère du web

SESSION 6 : INTERPRETES, MEDIA, PUBLIC (PARTIE 1)Modération / Chair : Julie Walker

14h45 – 15h30 : Pierre-Emmanuel Lephay (GREAM)

Le disque à l’ère du web : un paradoxe ?

15h30 – 15h45 : Pause café / Coffee breakSESSION 6 : INTERPRETES, MEDIA, PUBLIC (PARTIE 2)

Modération / Chair : Carola Hertel

15h45 – 16h30 : Nicolò Palazzetti (GREAM)

From Verne’s Le Château des Carpathes to Met Opera on Demand. Rethinking Opera in the Web Age

16h30 – 17h15 : Jonathan Nubel (GREAM)

Streamer n’est pas jouer ? Ecouter la musique ancienne aujourd’hui

17h15 – 18h00 : Conclusions du colloque

18h00 : Fin du colloque / End of the conference

 

 

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