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See detailKulturális örökség, sokféleség, funkcionalitás és zeneoktatás európai kontextusban
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in Magyar Tudomany : A Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Ertesitoje (2018), 79((2018)6), 808-817

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See detailLëtzebuerger Musek am 19. Joerhonnert. Aus enger museksethnologescher an historiographescher Perspektiv
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Presentation (2018, May 08)

Musikhistoriographie ist vielschichtig. Die Geschichtsschreibung über Musik in Luxemburg gliedert sich in verschiedene Teilaspekte. Zunächst ist sie Teil regionaler Musikforschung in Europa und zudem, was ... [more ▼]

Musikhistoriographie ist vielschichtig. Die Geschichtsschreibung über Musik in Luxemburg gliedert sich in verschiedene Teilaspekte. Zunächst ist sie Teil regionaler Musikforschung in Europa und zudem, was Luxemburg betrifft, nationale Musikforschung. Ein erster Blickwinkel ist der musikethnologische: Ein Volk, eine Nation hat seine/ihre Lieder, die in ihm/ihr entstehen, aufgenommen, mündlich über Landes- sowie Sprachgrenzen und über Generationen überliefert werden. Volkstümliche Lieder schauen dem Volk „auf’s Maul“, sind Volksliedern nachempfunden, stammen aus der Feder von Komponisten und sind – zumindest auf Luxemburg bezogen, patriotisch gefärbt. Ein weiterer Blickwinkel luxemburgischer Musik befasst sich mit der Kunstmusik, und hier ist die staatliche Unabhängigkeit des Großherzogtums ein historischer Ausgangspunkt. Musiksoziologische Überlegungen leiten den Blick auf das Wesen und Werden von Musikgesellschaften („community music“). Ausgangspunkt ist eine liberalere Verfassung, durch welches den Bürgern zum ersten Mal das Versammlungsrecht angeboten wurde. Die Professionalisierung der Musik in Luxemburg nimmt ihren Ausgangspunkt mit der Entwicklung der musikalischen Bildung, welche in den Händen der ersten Komponistengeneration lag und auf die später aufgebaut wurde. [less ▲]

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See detailMusic as Education in History
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Scientific Conference (2018, May 03)

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See detailKongressbericht Oberwölz
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Book published by Margraf (2018)

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See detailCreative Method of Dealing with Mainstream Music
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Presentation (2018, March 06)

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See detailLaurent Menager. Lux Aeterna. Lateinische Chorsätze
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Book published by Merseburger (2018)

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See detailLaurent Menager. Marienlieder
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Book published by Merseburger (2018)

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See detailFolk music: Luxembourg
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in Leersen, Joep (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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See detailNational-classical music: Luxembourg
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Leerssen (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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See detailChoral societies: Luxembourg
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in Leerssen, Joep (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, vol. 2 (2018)

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See detailBlasmusikforschung, was ist das? Blasmusik, eine Disziplin zwischen Wissenschaft, Pädagogik und künstlerischer Praxis
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Presentation (2018, January 20)

Als die Gründerväter um Wolfgang Suppan im Jahre 1974 die IGEB ins Leben ruften, war es ihnen ein Bedürfnis, neben Erforschung auch noch den Begriff Förderung im Titel zu verankern. In meinem Vortrag ... [more ▼]

Als die Gründerväter um Wolfgang Suppan im Jahre 1974 die IGEB ins Leben ruften, war es ihnen ein Bedürfnis, neben Erforschung auch noch den Begriff Förderung im Titel zu verankern. In meinem Vortrag werde ich aufzeigen, was die Blasmusikforschung nach mittlerweile vierzig Jahren aufzuweisen hat und wie sie in Zukunft im Dienste der Blasmusikpraxis und zur sog. "community music" weiter zur Förderung des Blasmusikwesens beitragen kann. Dabei werden u.a. Verbindungen zur Musikpädagogik, zur Musiksoziologie, zur Militärmusikpraxis, zur, Repertoirekunde und zur Instrumentenkunde zu suchen sein. [less ▲]

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See detailEinführungsvortrag anlässlich der Aufführung der Missa „Ave spes nostra" B-Dur op. 39 (1889) von Laurent Menager (1835-1902)
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Speeches/Talks (2018)

Der Förderkreis des Schröder-Hauses lädt ein zu einem besonderen musikalischen Ereignis: Der Universitäts-Kammerchor unter der Leitung von Hermann Freibott singt die Missa „Ave spes nostra" B-Dur op. 39 ... [more ▼]

Der Förderkreis des Schröder-Hauses lädt ein zu einem besonderen musikalischen Ereignis: Der Universitäts-Kammerchor unter der Leitung von Hermann Freibott singt die Missa „Ave spes nostra" B-Dur op. 39 (1889) von Laurent Menager (1835-1902). Er komponierte u.a. Chöre, Operetten, Blas-, Symphonie- und Kammerstücke sowie auch Messen. Eine kurze Einführung in das Werk gibt Prof. Dr. Damien Sagrillo von der Universität Luxembourg, der als Herausgeber der Werke Menagers ein ausgewiesener Experte für dessen Musik ist. Moderation: Prof. Dr. Friedhelm Brusniak Einführung: Prof . Dr. Damien Sagrillo Musik: Kammerchor der Uni Würzburg unter der Leitung von Hermann Freibott / Quelle: <http://frizz-wuerzburg.de/events/ave-spes-nostra-sei-gegruesst-unsere-hoffnung/> [less ▲]

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See detailLe chant choral à l’église. Une affaire de foi et d’engagement sociétal
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in Sagrillo, Damien (Ed.) Brochure 125 ans Chorale Ste Cécile Aspelt (2017)

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See detailMusic, Music Education and Musical Heritage
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Presentation (2017, November 17)

One of the statements concerning music education which impresses me the most is the following of Werner Jank and Martin Stroh (W. Jank, W.M. Stroh, Aufbauender Musikunterricht – Königsweg oder Sackgasse ... [more ▼]

One of the statements concerning music education which impresses me the most is the following of Werner Jank and Martin Stroh (W. Jank, W.M. Stroh, Aufbauender Musikunterricht – Königsweg oder Sackgasse, http://www.musik-for.uni-oldenburg.de/vortraege/afs2005_jankstrohtext.pdf): ‘Many people do not take the discipline of music quite seriously. Unfortunately, they are right many times. Ironically, despite our thematic oversupply as regards music, we deny the children and youths at school experiences of true learning success by demanding too little of them. ’It describes on a gloomy note the problems which music teachers face regarding music and its heritage. Considering the curricula all over Europe however, we find a surprising uniformity including singing, musicking, listening, moving to the music, musical creativity and knowledge about music. On the other hand, music cannot be compared to any other discipline. Music literacy must be acquired in music schools on a voluntary basis and complementary to formal education. Music can be learned informally in a lifelong process, for example in community ensembles. Additionally, the question has to be raised which kind of music should be learned. Musical heritage is a social construction and represented in a world of changing media; music is more and more consumed and less and less actively practiced or learned in schools. It is for this reason that music education lags behind the development and has a challenging position in the canon of school subjects. However, we should not forget that the UNESCO selected two 1) In 2011: Táncház method: a Hungarian model for the transmission of intangible cultural heritage and 2) In 2016: Safeguarding of the folk music heritage by the Kodály concept on the register of intangible cultural heritage of human kind. And as luck would have it, both deal with music education, and both have their origins in Hungary. Should this be understood as a hint of the responsible persons of the UNESCO to developers of school curricula not to underestimate or simply to ignore music education in the canon of school subjects? One of its problems is that it has to cover a wide range of contents. Music is not only the music of the today’s modern popular music or the music of the famous masters, but, from an ethnomusicological point of view, the music of our region, our nation, or continent or the music of others far from the globalised mainstream. One could say globalisation and musical heritage form two antipodes. But, as several interviews with my students reveal, globalisation, with the help of digitisation, can also enable a worldwide access to regional music traditions. Zoltán Kodály’s and Leo Kestenberg’s commitment to music education is today still relevant. In Germany, the system of music education is still building on the achievements of Leo Kestenberg. Zoltan Kodály’s concept, based on a national / regional tradition, has reached a global standing. More as for others, his legacy deals with Music, Music Education and Musical Heritage. [less ▲]

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See detailMusik, musikalische Bildung und musikalische Überlieferung
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Book published by Margraf (2017)

Friedhelm Brusniak will have duly celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday with birthday cake, sparkling wine and other culinary delicacies in the family. The present academic birthday cake is addressed to the ... [more ▼]

Friedhelm Brusniak will have duly celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday with birthday cake, sparkling wine and other culinary delicacies in the family. The present academic birthday cake is addressed to the friend and colleague Friedhelm Brusniak in recognition of his life achievement. The authorship is composed of companions with whom Friedhelm Brusniak, on the one hand, was, closely connected during his long career as a scholar, and, on the other hand, with fellow researchers, he came later into contact as a networker in the international context. For the editor, it was important that the academic freedom of every one should be respected and that no restrictions should be imposed on the authors. The 21 articles, in four languages – German, English, French, Italian – are published in alphabetical order of the authors. (The only exception are the texts by Andreas Eschen and Anna-Christine Rhode-Jüchtern. They are related and printed successively.) The authors come from Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, Austria, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary and the United States of America. The portrait at the beginning of the book was drawn by Barbara Plattner. The articles are preceded by four greeting messages, including a sounding one composed by longtime friend Heinz Werner Zimmermann. Although ordered without a thematic context, the contributions reflect the considerable spectrum of the long-standing scientific work of Friedhelm Brusniak. In addition to his ambitious work as a university professor and scholar, he did never refrain from accepting additional responsibilities, e.g. from 1994 to 2002 as President of the German Mozart-Society and from 2009 to 2013 as the first chairman of the Hermann Zilcher Society. The texts in connection with Leo Kestenberg occupy a large part of the book. This will be noted with satisfaction by Friedhelm Brusniak, president (since 2012) of the International Leo-Kestenberg-Society. Furthermore, the reader will find texts on choral, wind and amateur music research ("community music") as well as on questions of music education in a historical context and an empirical perspective. Also, the contributions cover a timeframe of more than 400 years. They deal s.l. with cultural heritage in a multi-faceted Europe and beyond. Finally, the essays with a philosophical-religious background and in connection with Freemasonry should be emphasized do not stand alone but should be considered as an integrative part. The editor is particularly satisfied and grateful from coming personally in contact with Karl-Heinrich Ehrenforth, the esteemed colleague and friend of Friedhelm Brusniak, and that Prof. Ehrenforth probably provided his last publication to this Festschrift. After his death, his daughter, Christiane Ehrenforth, granted permission to publish. Friedhelm Brusniak’s affinity for interdisciplinarity was met more unconsciously than consciously. He uses the term "interface research"! This has been the case for biography research since his employment with Conrad Rein as well as for musicological research from his home region Waldeck. This is especially true for choral music research, which became his central field of scholarship at the beginning of the nineties. Friedhelm Brusniak comes from a family wind musicians. In the research efforts of the International Society for the Research and Promotion of Wind Music (IGEB), he recognised the congeniality to choral music research, s.l. "community music". For many years now, his contributions to IGEB conferences have received much attention. Conversely, Friedhelm Brusniak received, since the beginning of the eighties, the decisive impulses from the IGEB under Wolfgang Suppan, which he was able to transfer to choral music research and to the Singer Museum in Feuchtwangen, where he serves as a scientific head. As a trained music educator and chair of the Department of Music Education at the University of Würzburg, Friedhelm Brusniak maintained European and international partnerships with music pedagogues, initially in the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Süd (AG Süd) and then in the Forum of European Music Pedagogy (FEMP). His connection with Luxembourg, at the intersection of French and German music pedagogic traditions, was a matter of concern to Friedhelm Brusniak. He was particularly inspired to detect and expand European networks. Please refer to Martin Straus, who provides a more detailed glimpse in the following article. The number of non-German authors is an impressive proof of Friedhelm Brusniak’s constant and interesting view across the borders of his country and his successfully established and maintained contacts. [less ▲]

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See detail‘Krell, oft empörend’? Haydn, Scotland and Folksongs. An Intercultural Relationship
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in Sagrillo, Damien (Ed.) Musik, musikalische Bildung und musikalische Überlieferung (2017)

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