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HPSCHD-L  May 2016

HPSCHD-L May 2016

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Conference programme and registration: ‘Made in London’: Makers, designers and innovators in musical instrument making in London, from the 18th to 21st centuries

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Harpsichords and Related Topics <[log in to unmask]>

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‘Made in London’: Makers, designers and innovators in musical instrument
making in London, from the 18thto 21stcenturies



London Metropolitan University, Conference Room CCG–02,

Goulston Street, London, E1 7TP



@MadeLondonMusic

#MIL1



*Saturday, 28 May 2016*





*FINAL PROGRAMME AND TIMINGS*



*‘Made in London’: Makers, designers and innovators in musical instrument
making in London, from the 18th to 21st centuries*



This one-day conference brings together an exciting range of new research
examining the making and development of musical instruments in London.
Diverse instruments can trace their roots through early London workshops
and the pioneering efforts of an enterprising body of innovative and
skilful craftsmen.



Makers, restorers, conservators, players, and historians are invited to
discuss musical instrument-making in London from the 18th to the 21st
centuries, and through the shared discussion of current research to
generate a better understanding of issues common to both current and former
practitioners. The programme has been selected to promote new dialogue
between the practical and theoretical, to refresh organological thinking,
and to forge creative new collaborations in the practice and analysis of
musical instrument-making.



The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design of London Metropolitan
University, which incorporates the former London College of Furniture, has
been a centre of musical instrument-making for 100 years. The University is
pleased to host this conference in which doctoral, post-doctoral and wider
research communities converge to share recent findings and to advance the
study of a particular music-making culture from various disciplinary and
methodological viewpoints.





*CONFIRMED PROGRAMME*



09.30               REGISTRATION & COFFEE



09.55               Welcome



                        Session chair: Marie Kent



10.00              *Julie Halls *(The National Archives)

*The Antoniophone, the Albert valve and an improved regimental cased
Serpentcleide: designs for musical instruments at The National Archives*



10.30               *Douglas MacMillan *(University of Oxford)

*William Bainbridge: an innovative woodwind instrument maker*



11.00               *K. Dawn Grapes *(Colorado State University)

*Nineteenth-century London instrument makers: a view from America*



11.30-11.50     COFFEE



                        Session chair: Lewis Jones



11.50               *Temina Cadi Sulumuna*

*Harp making in London: the Érard workshop and the Morley workshop*



12.20               *Jenny Nex *(University of Edinburgh)

*Robbing Peter to pay Paul: financial (mis-)management in musical
instrument making firms in early industrial London*



12.50-1.50       LUNCH BREAK



                        Session chair: Jenny Nex



1.50                 *Margaret Debenham *

*Frederick Beck, pianoforte-maker and Christopher Furhlohg, cabinet-maker
and inlayer: newly identified documentary sources*



2.20                 *Norman MacSween & Tim Harding *

*'95 Wardour Street, corner of Edward Street, Soho**’**: a microcosm of
1790s London piano making*



2.50                 *Chris Egerton & Taro Takeuchi *

*A rare Regency-period lute: discovery, history, performance*



3.20-3.30         Announcements



3.30-3.50         AFTERNOON TEA



                        Session chair: Mathew Dart



3.50                 *Mike Baldwin *(London Metropolitan University)

*Forgotten employees of the late-Georgian harp makers OR The apprentice,
the thief, the dog, and its killer*



4.20                 Closing observations & discussion



5.00                 END





There is no charge to attend this conference, but registration is required
at:



www.the-imr.uk/marie-kent


Registration will remain open until 20 May 2016.



The conference is sponsored jointly by the Institute of Musical Research
and London Metropolitan University.



Please direct any enquiries to [log in to unmask]



Dr Marie Kent

Honorary Early Career Fellow

Institute of Musical Research



-- 
Lewis Jones (School of Art)
Research Degrees Coordinator
Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design
London Metropolitan University
41 Commercial Road (room CR6-43)
London E1 1LA UK
T : 020 7320 1841
F: 020 7320 1830
W:  http://www.thecass.com/

-- 
London Metropolitan University is a limited company registered in England 
and Wales with registered number 974438 and VAT registered number GB 447 
2190 51. Our registered office is at 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB. 
London Metropolitan University is an exempt charity under the Charities Act 
2011. Its registration number with HMRC is X6880.


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