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MUSICAL PERFORMANCE IN CONTEXT

A Festschrift in Celebration of Doctoral Education at the Sibelius Academy

Ojala, Juha ja Suurpää, Lauri

Musical Performance in Context celebrates the 30th anniversary of the first Doctor of Music graduations in 1990 at the Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki. Wide-ranging in its orientation, the book consists of ten essays that elucidate areas and topics with which the DocMus Doctoral School of the Faculty of Classical Music has been engaged over the years. All the essays address, in one way or another, issues of musical performance, covering this concept very widely. The authors are current and former faculty members, or scholars and artists who have co-operated with the Sibelius Academy. Complementing the scholarly essays, two introductions and five reminiscences give background on the early stages of doctoral education at the Sibelius Academy and recall personal experiences over the years.

INTRODUCTION
In Search of an Identity – Kari Kurkela
From Log Doctors to Artistically Oriented Postgraduate Degress – Lassi Rajamaa

PART 1 – MUSIC HISTORY AND PERFORMANCE
Aino Ackté’s Salome: A Genetic Analysis of Her Creative Process (1906-1907) – Anne Kauppala
Friedrich Wieck: Musical Education Beside Karl Marx’s ”Philistine Mediocrity” and Friedrich Nietzsches’s ”Griechenproblem” – Tomi Mäkelä
The Concepts of Musical Form and Expression in Ernst Bloch’s Geist der Utopie (1918/1923) – Matti Huttunen
The Liturgical Music of Oskar Merikanto Revisited in the Context of the 1913 Orders of Worship – Peter Peitsalo

PART 2 – MUSICAL WORKS: ANALYSIS, PERFORMANCE, PEDAGOGY
An Individual Opposing the Crowd: The Capriccio of Haydn’s String Quartet, Op. 20, No. 2 – Lauri Suurpää
Temporal Excursions in Eight Performances of Schoenberg’s Op. 19, No. 4 – Juha Ojala
Teaching ”Perfomance and Analysis”: A One-Semester Course at The University of Texas – Robert S. Hatten

PART 3 – GENERATIONS AND PERCEPTION OF MUSIC AND ITS PERFORMANCE
Revisiting the Effect of Listener and Musical Factors on the Identification of Music from Chord Progressions – Tuire Kuusi, Ivan Jimenez, and Matthew Schulkind
Live Notation Project: NEXUS – Mieko Kanno and Sam Hayden
Composing the Instruments – Giovanni Verrando

PART 4 – REMINISCENCES
Raimo Sariola
Gustav Djupsjöbacka
Cecilia Oinas
Annikka Konttori-Gustafsson
Päivi Järviö

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