Sonntag, 14. März / Sunday, 14 March, 1999

Parallele Sektionen / Parallel Sessions
9.00 - 13.00 Uhr / 9.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m. &
14.30 - 19.15 Uhr / 2.30 - 7.15 p.m.

Eine kurze tabellarische Übersicht zu den Vortragenden und dem Zeitplan jeder Sektion finden Sie auf der Programmseite.
A short overview on the speakers and the time schedule od each session is given in the program table.  

3--1 Nation/Tradition/Ethnizitaet / Nation/Tradition/Ethnicity

Rimantas ASTRAUSKAS (Vilnius):
Changes of Musical Signification in Lithuanian Traditional Calendar Game-Songs
Alenka BARBER-KERSOVAN (Hamburg):
What is Slovenian in the Slovenian Rock Music
Douglas WILKERSON (Nagoya):
Chanting for Life and Glory: "Shigin" in Contemporary Japan
Ruta GOSTAUTIENÉ (Vilnius):
Consecration of Meanings and New Music Festivals in Lithuania
Rimtautas KASPONIS (Vilnius):
Einige Bemerkungen zum Problem der Forschungs- methodik von Analogien verschiedenartiger Künste (am Beispiel litauischen Schaffens)
Roberto KOLB NEUHAUS (Mexico City):
Cuauhnáhuac: Poesis of a Syncretic Style
Gunta MAKANE (Riga):
Text and Context: Some Problems of Style in Latvian Music
Elena OSTLEITNER (Wien):
Lateinamerikanische Nationalhymnen aus musik- soziologischer Sicht
Erkki PEKKILÄ (Helsinki):
Popular Music Discourses in National Advertising Music
Claudia ROSSINI (Zürich):
"Just a Party"? - Traditional Music and Social Life among Slavic-Speakers in Greek Macedonia
 

3--2 Musik und (Neue) Medien / Music and (New) Media

Scott MURPHY (Rochester, NY):
Semiotic Theories of Meaning and Evolution of Meaning in Film Music
Annette DAVISON (Sheffield):
'Up in Flames': Signs of Love, Control, and Collaboration in the Soundtrack to David Lynch's Wild at Heart
John STYLE (Tarragona):
Elgar's Enigma as a Floating Musical Sign: Irony in the Use of Classical Music in Film
Neil RANDALL, Isabel PEDERSEN (Waterloo, Ont.):
Songs for a Silent Medium: Evoked Music and the Synaesthetic Design of Websites
Fernando IAZZETTA (São Paulo), Fabio KON (Urbana, IL):
The Ephemeral Music of the Internet
Ronald W. RODMAN (Northfield, MN):
Musical Style Topoi, the Seme Mythique, and the Intersubjective in American Television Advertising
Peter D. SMITH (Tallahassee, FL):
Functional Music and the Fragmentation of the Myth
Gabriele PROY (Wien):
Soundscape & Sound Design
Magda SZAPU (Budapest):
Gegenwärtige Gruppierung/Sozialisierung der ungarischen/Kaposvárer Jugend (aufgrund musikalischer Sozioindikatoren)
Errol H. TOUT (Perth, W.A.):
Architecture & Music. The Connection between Constructs
 

3--3 Musik/Theater / Music/Theatre

H. James JENSEN (Bloomington, IN):
Signs and Meanings in Eighteenth-Century Dramatic Musical Performance: The Argument for Understanding a Diachronic Semiotics of Inter-Arts Interpretation
Chandler CARTER (New York, NY):
Signaling Truth and Lies: How Mozart and Stravinsky Use Music Signs to Manipulate Theatrical Distance
Harai GOLOMB (Tel Aviv):
Chekhov's Musicianship and Mozart's Dramaturgy: Interart Aspects in Their Works for the Stage
Michael EIGTVED (Copenhagen):
Miss Saigon, Shakuhachis, and Synthesizers: Studies in a disintegrated mega-musical
Jaroslaw MIANOWSKI (Poznan):
Die Rückkehr eines Vampirs. Zwischen romantischer Oper und postmoderner soap-opera
Linda FISHER (Windsor, Ont.):
Opera and the Musical Semiotics of Gender
Sigrid WIESMANN (Wien):
Opern im Fernsehen seit 1985. Aufführungspraxis und Medienästhetik
Judita PECAR (Sarajevo/Vienna):
The Role of Music in Bertolt Brecht's Songs
Christiane PANKOW (Göteborg):
Peter und der Wolf. Prokofievs musikalisches Märchen als multimedialer Text
Millie TAYLOR (Exeter):
'Evil' as a Musical Theatrical Convention
 

3--4 Wort & Musik / Word & Music

Dinda L. GORLÉE (The Hague/Innsbruck):
Intersemiosis: Words and Music in Opera
Ernest W.B. HESS-LÜTTICH (Bern):
Medien-Variationen: Musik-Zeichen (Benjamin Brittens Death in Venice)
Drina HOCEVAR (Helsinki):
Euphony or Musicality of Poetry
Danuse KSICOVÁ (Brno):
The Music Principle of the Russian Modernism
Talia JIMENEZ-RAMIREZ (New York, NY):
Language, Music and Context: Humor in Silvestre Revuelta's Duo para pato y canario
Josef WALLMANNSBERGER (Innsbruck/Kassel):
The Voice as Labour and Market: Calling Acts and Shots
Markus LINDA (Essen):
Zur Semiologie des Jodelns
Klaus ZERINSCHEK (Innsbruck):
Sprache, Zeichen, Musik: Schreibweisen bei Roland Barthes
Lujza TARI, Vilmos VOIGT (Budapest):
Signs on and through (Folk) Musical Instruments