13th International RIdIM Conference & 1st Brazilian Conference on Music Iconography

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Enhancing Music Iconography research:
Considering the current, setting new trends
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Keynote Lectures

The 13th International Conference of the Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM) and the 1st Brazilian Conference on Music Iconography, entitled Enhancing music iconography research: considering the current, setting new trends, will have three keynote lectures that will discuss the joint conference topic from three different points of view.

About the lectures

The Program and Organizational Committees are honored that three distinguished scholars have accepted the invitation to deliver a keynote lecture.

Keynote Lecture 1 Historical Documents or Colorful Fantasies?: 
Interpreting the Musical Evidence in Thai Temple Murals

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Name of Lecturer Dr. Terry Miller
(Kent State University - OH, USA)

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Keynote Lecture 2 Music as a visual language:
studying New Spain sources

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Name of LecturerDr. Antonio Baldassarre
(Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Switzerland

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Keynote Lecture 3 Musical iconography in an interdisciplinary perspective:
a methodological proposal for the study of photographs

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Name of LecturerDr. Isabel Nogueira
(Federal University of Pelotas - RS, Brazil)

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July 20-22, 2011 - Salvador (Bahia), Brazil