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  • Buchcover "Those were the days"
    Taking stock of Salzburg's popular music cultures of the 1950s & 1960s (2015) 

    Four work contracts were awarded to gather more detailed information on the history and development of schlager, folk music, rock and pop music, and dance schools in the city of Salzburg in the run-up to the symposium "Those were the days. Salzburg's popular music cultures in the 1950s and 1960s". Soundtracks, newspaper clippings, and other materials were collected; the focus of the survey, however, was an oral history project, in the context of which numerous interviews were conducted and documented with eyewitnesses or people who had provided information.

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  • 1.8.2014
    Universities and museums 

    In this work package, strategies are to be developed on how universities and museums can better know and benefit from each other. The HRSM project "Instrument Collections in Salzburg and Innsbruck" is exemplary. The aim is to develop a concept on how the potential between universities and museums could be better used, to increase knowledge transfer and to implement a contact person for museums at the universities.

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  • 1.1.2014
    European Network of Visual Literacy 

    ENViL is creating the prototype of a "Common European Framework of Reference on Visual Literacy" (CEFR_VL). This reference framework describes competences that European citizens must have in the field of visual arts and applied arts (architecture and design) as well as in everyday visual culture if they are to participate in culture and society as responsible citizens.

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  • Titelblatt des Librettos Extemporanea Theatri [...] | © UB Salzburg Rara 3988 I

    The libretti of cantatas, oratorios and operas in Salzburg's archives and libraries were listed.

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  • 1.10.2013
    Workshop Academy for New Music 

    Within the Mozarteum, the Werkstatt-Akademie addresses students of composition, conducting and interpretation (instrument, voice). Through intensive cooperation with the Austrian Ensemble for New Music (oenm), competences and experiences are brought into the teaching which are not (yet) available in this concentration at the Mozarteum. We expect a strengthening of competences in the field of New Music for the composers, conductors and interpreters studying at the Mozarteum.

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  • 1.10.2013
    Instrument collections in Salzburg and Innsbruck 

    Artistic-scientific exchange in research and teaching between the two important instrument collections of the Salzburg Museum and the Ferdinandeum Innsbruck with the students and teachers of the MOZ, the PLUS and the PMU. Instruments of national importance are refurbished by specialists / restorers and reconstructed on the basis of CTs from the Division of Neoradiology (PMU). Students are encouraged to undertake university research. Establishment of a concert series using original instruments in the museums.

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  • Petersfrauen | © Bibliothek der Erzabtei St. Peter
    Salzburg Music Sources before 1600: Manuscripts & Prints (2013) 

    In the present data collection, manuscripts and prints with music were recorded that were produced in or for Salzburg in older times. Salzburg" is understood to mean the medieval archdiocese of Salzburg, which extended over the present-day province of Salzburg including the Bavarian Rupertiwinkel and also included parts of Carinthia, Styria and Lower Austria. Included are the proper bishoprics of Chiemsee, Gurk, Seckau and Lavant. Independent institutions, such as the monastery of St. Lambrecht, have not been included in the survey, since they went their own liturgical ways, nor has the monastery of Mattsee, which belonged to the diocese of Passau from 907. On the other hand, the music sources of the Benedictine monastery of Michaelbeuern were included, which, despite its ecclesiastical independence, was liturgically oriented to St. Peter and maintained close exchange with Salzburg. The abundance of material - information on about 270 sources was collected - was first divided into music manuscripts, music prints, and music theoretical representations according to the type of source, and then recorded in a chronological order according to centuries. Work contractors: Veronika Obermeier and Karina Zybina. Project management: Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl.

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  • Scherenschnitt

    In a first phase of work, 47 short profiles of a selection of personalities from Salzburg's music history of the 20th and 21st centuries were compiled within the framework of three work contracts. In each case, the curriculum vitae, achievements, awards/prizes, a bibliography, and a concise photo documentation are included. Work contractors: Julia Hinterberger (2012), Sarah Haslinger (2013, 2014). Project management: Thomas Hochradner.

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  • Illustration eines Auges
    Individual ↔ Collectivum 

    Students of the 7A class of the BORG-Nonntal will create a music-theatrical performance of the improvisational-experimental score Individuum↔Collectivum (1979) by the composer Vinko Globokar. How can experimental-improvisational artistic interactions be described as aesthetic and social phenomena? Which methods prove to be particularly suitable for this purpose and what conclusions can be drawn in order to specifically promote aesthetic competences in music lessons?

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  • Palais Mollard | © Österreichische Nationalbibliothek/Pichler

    A work contract was used to record the holdings (especially sheet music) of Salzburg's music history in the archives of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, the manuscript and music collection of the Vienna Library, and the collection of manuscripts and old prints of the Austrian National Library, which cannot be searched online until further notice. Work contractor: Alison Dunlop.

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