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CFP: Principles of Musical Composition. Creative process. Vilnius, Oct. 13-15, 2005

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    Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Lithuanian Composers’ Union 5th International Conference on the Theory of Music Principles of Musical Composition.
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2005
      Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
      Lithuanian Composers’ Union

      5th International Conference on the Theory of Music
      "Principles of Musical Composition. Creative process"

      October 13-15, 2005
      Vilnius, Lithuania

      The purpose of the conference is to give new
      impulses to the development of musicological thought,
      which could do service to compositional practice and
      teaching process. The four preceding conferences took
      place in Vilnius (Principles of Musical Composition.
      Theory and Practice 1999; Principles of Musical
      Composition. Between Ethno and Techno 2001; Principles
      of Musical Composition. Continuity and Innovation in
      Contemporary Music 2002; Principles of Musical
      Composition. Aspects of Historical Spread 2004).

      Main theme: Principles of Musical Composition.
      Creative process

      Sub themes:
      1. Perception of creative process
      2. Evolution of the outlooks on creative process
      3. Psychology of creation
      4. Specifics of the composer’s creative process
      5. Various aspects, types and typology of the
      composer’s creative process
      6. Character and composition (heritage) of creative

      Paper proposals may be submitted electronically
      or in paper format (pdf). Electronic submissions are
      preferred. The abstract must not exceed 300 words. The
      duration of papers will be limited to 20 minutes,
      leaving 10 minutes for questions and discussions.
      Please indicate whether your proposal belongs to one
      or more of the conference theme groups.
      Abstracts should be sent to:
      Mr. Marius Baranauskas

      The deadline for proposal submissions is May 15,
      2005. The proposals will be reviewed by members of the
      organizing committee and all applicants will be
      notified of the outcome in the middle of June 2005.

      The main language of the conference is English.

      The material of the conference ­ papers,
      summaries, discussions will be published, taking into
      consideration the requirements set for prestigious
      scientific publications.

      We inform you that the 15th International
      Contemporary Music festival “Gaida” (find more details
      in www.mic.lt) will be held in October 10-25, 2005.
      The participants of the conference will have the
      possibility to go to the concerts free of charge.
      The organizers will also provide the
      accommodation for the conference participants.

      On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee
      Dr. Rimantas Janeliauskas

      For more information about the conference write,
      phone us at the following address:
      Lithuanian Composers’ Union, Mickeviciaus 29, LT-08117
      Vilnius, Lithuania. Coordinator of the conference
      Marius Baranauskas: mbaranaus@... , tel.
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