Cipriano de Rore Conference: January 13–14, 2016

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We invite you to register for the conference.
We invite you to register for the conference.

— Please note all events take place in the
Vanderhoef Studio Theatre, Mondavi Center,
unless otherwise noted. —
Wednesday, January 13
9:00 am: Jessie Ann Owens (UC Davis)
Welcome and Introduction:
“Cipriano de Rore at 500”

The Late and Posthumous De Rore
9:45 am: Anthony Newcomb (UC Berkeley)
“Posthumous De Rore: Il desiderio e la speranza
11:00 am: Alejandro Planchart
(UC Santa Barbara)
“Cipriano de Rore’s Ovidian Madrigal Da le belle contrade and the Dawn of the Seconda Prattica
Response: Ralph Hexter (UC Davis)

Words / Sounds / Meanings
1:30 pm: Giuseppe Gerbino
(Columbia University)
“‘Bringing before the eyes’: De Rore and Enargeia
2:15 pm: Bonnie Gordon
(University of Virginia)
“Cipriano, Ariosto and Renaissance Sound”
Response: Deanna Shemek (UC Santa Cruz)

Orlando di Lasso’s Cipriano3:30 pm: David Crook
(University of Wisconsin)

“Né sacro né profano: Cipriano de Rore’s
Da le belle contrade in Post-Tridentine Munich”
4:15 pm: Jessie Ann Owens (UC Davis)
“Orlando di Lasso’s Reading of
Cipriano de Rore’s Scarco di doglia

CONCERT
8:00 pm: Orlando Consort
The Music of Cipriano de Rore and Friends
Works by il Divino Cipriano, and music set to the text of Anchor che col partire by four composers: De Rore, Orlando di Lasso, Jacquet of Mantua, and UC Davis faculty composer Pablo Ortiz.

Thursday, January 14
Performance Practice: Rethinking Chromaticism and Tuning with the participation of the Orlando Consort

10:00 am: Ross Duffin
(Case Western Reserve University)
“Cipriano de Rore, Giovanni Benedetti,
and the Just Tuning Conundrum”
10:25 am: Jeffrey Levenberg
(Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Seconda Prattica Temperaments,
Prima Prattica Tempers: Re-Tuning
De Rore in Theory and Practice”
11:00 am: Orlando Consort
"Tuning in Practice"

CONCERT
12:05 pm: Early Music Ensemble
Matilda Hofman, director
Exploring the Music of Cipriano de Rore
Works include selections
from Missa Doulce mémoire.
Free, no tickets necessary
(a Shinkoskey Noon Concert)
Jackson Hall, Mondavi Center

The Afterlife of De Rore’s Greatest Hits
2:30 pm: Christopher Reynolds (UC Davis)
“Is Cipriano’s Anchor che col partire Musically Gendered?”

Next Steps for Research
on Cipriano de Rore

3:45 pm: Wim Daeleman
“The De Rore Website: An Overview”
4:15 pm: Jessie Ann Owens (UC Davis)
“Report on the UCHRI-funded project to catalogue arrangements and reworkings of Cipriano’s music”

Friday, January 15
Post-conference event

8:00 pm: Film and Music:
The Passion of Joan of Arc

The Orlando Consort performs vocal music that was written during Joan of Arc’s life, set to Carl Theodor Dreyer’s silent film La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (1928).

Please consider registering for the conference,
even if you are not able to make every session.

Email Phil Daley at pedaley
if you have any questions or concerns.

Helpful Links
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(530) 754-2787 | Open Monday – Saturday, 12:00–6:00 pm

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