Anonimo, particolare delle Storie di Santa Caterina d'Alessandria (ca. 1330). Tempera su tavola. L'Aquila, Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo.

Marc Vanscheeuwijck

Marc VanscheeuwijckMarc Vanscheeuwijck, belga di nascita, ha studiato musicologia, storia dell'arte, filologia romanza e pedagogia (1984), ottendo il dottorato di ricerca in musicologia presso l'Università di Gand (1995) e il diploma di violoncello presso il Conservatorio di Bruges (1986). In seguito si è specializzato in violoncello barocco con Wouter Möller a ElEscorial (Spagna). Dopo otto anni di ricerca sulla musica sacra bolognese del tardo Seicento ha pubblicato una monografia The Cappella Musicale of San Petronio under Giovanni Paolo Colonna (1674-1695), Roma-Bruxelles, 2003. Dal 1995 vive negli Stati Uniti, dove è professore associato e titolare della cattedra di musicologia (Rinascimento, Barocco, periodo classico, prassi esecutiva della musica antica e violoncello barocco) all'Università dell'Oregon. Svolge un'intensa attività di concertista in tutta Europa, Stati Uniti e Canada, suonando nei festival di musica antica più prestigiosi.

 

PUBLICATIONS - EDITIONS

BOOKS

In print:

  • 2003, "The Cappella Musicale of San Petronio in Bologna under Giovanni Paolo Colonna (1674-1695).History-Organization-Repertoire" Brussels and Rome: BelgischHistorischInstituut, (420pp + CD)

In production:

  • "Cello Stories - Histoires de Violoncelles Baroques," 200-page book and 5 CD (recordings by cellist Bruno Cocset), Paris: Alpha Productions (in French & English) Fall 2015

In press:

  • "StudiCorelliani VII," 18 peer-reviewed essays on Corelli, presented at symposium of Fusignano (December 2013). Co-edited volume with Guido Olivieri (UT Austin), Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana, Spring 2015
  • "Le Concerto à travers les siècles / The Concerto through the Ages," Arles: Harmonia Mundi (c.70-page book and 2 CDs in the SériesPasserelles)

 

ARTICLES
In Print:

  • 2014," ‘Another Petrarch': Teaching Petrarch though Music" In Approaches to the Teaching of Petrarch's Canzoniere and the Petrarchan Tradition, eds. Christopher Kleinhenz and Andrea Dini (New York: MLA): 128-135.
  • 2013,"Sulle tracce del violoncello nel repertorio tardo-seicentesco in area padana" In BaroccoPadano7, ed. Alberto Colzani, Andrea Luppi, and Maurizio Padoan (AMIS Como): 109-144.
  • 2012,"Violoncello &Violone" Chapter in Jeffery Kite-Powell (ed.) A Performer's Guide toSeventeenth-Century Music (2nd Ed., Indiana University Press): 230-247.
  • 2010, "Recent re-evaluations of the Baroque cello and what they might mean for performing the music of J. S. Bach" In Early Music38 (May 2010): 181-192.
  • 2008, "In Search of the Eighteenth-Century ‘Violoncello': Antonio Vandini and the Concertos for Viola by Tartini" In Performance Practice Review 13 (2008): http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/ppr&CISOPTR=2986
  • 2008, "Unacrisi in ambiente musicale Bolognese: la polemicafra Giovanni Paolo Colonna e Arcangelo Corelli (1685)" In BaroccoPadano 5, ed. Alberto Colzani, Andrea Luppi, and Maurizio Padoan (AMIS Como): 441-453.
  • 2007, "G.P. Colonna and P. Franceschini: Building Acoustics and Compositional Style in Late Seventeenth-Century Bologna" in Peter Dejans (ed.), Towards Tonality. Aspects of Baroque Music Theory (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2007): 171-201.
  • 2006,"Giacomo Antonio Perti (Bologna, 1661-1756), ‘oriundo di Crevalcore'." In RassegnaStoricaCrevalcorese 4, (December 2006): 11-25. (in Italian)
  • 2003, "The Baroque Equestrian Ballet: A Rediscovered Example by Bolognese Composer G.P. Colonna (1676)" Proceedings of the International Antonio Cesti Colloquium, Arezzo, Italy, 2002 (Florence: Olschki), 191-205
  • 2002, "El violonchelobarroco y supráctica instrumental" Quodlibet, Revista de especialización musical, 22: 43-53 (translation by Ramón Silles of " The Baroque Cello and Its Performance" PPR, IX (1996): 78-96)
  • 2000, "The City and the Church: Music, Liturgy, and Government in late 17th-Century Bologna" Yearbook of the Alamire Foundation, 261-280
  • 1996, "The Baroque Cello and its Performance" Performance Practice Review, IX: 78-96
  • 1995, "Musical Performance at San Petronio in Bologna: A Brief History" Performance Practice Review, VIII: 73-82
  • 1993, "The 'Cappella Musicale di San Petronio' in Giovanni Paolo Colonna's Time (1674-1695): Exemplary Organization of a Musical Institution," Atti del Convegnointernazionale di Studi, eds. O. Mischiati& P. Russo (Società Italiana di Musicologia: Firenze: Olschki), 303-324 [in Italian]
  • 1991, "Mozart and Padre Martini (Bologna 1770)" Musica Antiqua, VIII: 63-67[in Dutch]
  • 1991, "W.A. Mozart and Musical Life in Ghent around 1765," In 'Eenremarquabe ambellissement'Gentsewooncultuur in Mozartstijd, ed. G. Van Doorne (Ghent University and DienstvoorMonumentenzorg), 23-25 [in Dutch]
  • 1989, "Bowed Instruments in Claudio Monteverdi's Music" in Il Ballodell'Imperatore, eds. M. Tiella& R. Vettori (AccademiaRoveretana diMusicaAntica), 65-73 [in Italian]
  • 1989, "Bologna in the High Baroque: A Musical Visit to the Basilica of San Petronio," Musica Antiqua, VI: 110-114 [in Dutch]
  • 1987-88, "Italian Treatises on Organology (Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries I-IV," 4 articles: Musica Antiqua, IV: 136, 146-147; V: 18-21, 60-64, 130-133 [in Dutch]
  • 1986, "GiulioCesareLuini: A Problem of Musical Iconography," Liber Amicorum Prof.Dr. J.L. Broeckx, eds. F. de Hen, H. Sabbe& A.-M. Riessauw (Geraardsbergen), 321-345 [in Dutch]
  • 1985, "Cello Technique in the Baroque Era," Musica Antiqua, II: 108-110 [in Dutch]

Forthcoming (2015):

  • "L'essor de l' ‘ochestre' à cordes à Bologne," In Les cordes de l'orchestrefrançais sous le règne de Louis XIV, eds.Jean Duron and Florence Gétreau (Paris: Vrin): 429-442.
  • "Bowed Basses in Corelli's Rome," In StudiCorelliani VII, eds. Guido Olivieri and Marc Vanscheeuwijck (Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana): 189-203.

In progress:

  • "Il violoncello e ivioloncellistinapoletaninel primo Settecento," In Proceedings of the conference on "PietroMarchitelli, Michele Mascitti and Neapolitan Instrumental Music" (Villa Santa Maria, 24-26 November 2014) (Lucca: LIM)
  • "Historical Performance Practice in 17th- and 18th-century French Music," accepted in Recherchessur la MusiqueFrançaise des XVIIeetXVIIIe Siècles.

 

EDITIONS
In Print:

  • 2007, "Giovanni Battista degl'Antonii: Ricercatesoprail violoncello o clavicembalo. & Ricercate per ilviolino, Op. I (1687)" Facsimile + Introduction & critical apparatus (pp.7-32) in Italian and in English; transcription in score, Bologna: ArnaldoForniEditore
  • 2001,"Giuseppe Jacchini: Sonate a Violino e Violoncello, Opus I (1695)" Facsimile + Introduction & critical apparatus (pp. 5-14); transcription score, Bologna: Forni
  • 1998, "DomenicoGabrielli: Ricercari per Violoncello solo; Canone a 2 violoncelli; Sonate per violoncello e basso continuo" Facsimile +Introduction & critical apparatus (pp. 5-12), Bologna: Forni

Accepted for Publication:

  • Giovanni Paolo Colonna: MessaTerza a ottovoci con basso continuo, Op.V/3, edition and introduction,Sala Bolognese: Forni

 

ENTRIES IN REFERENCE WORKS

  • Revision of 19 articles on G.B. Bassani (II, 857-858); G.M. Buini (III, 565-566); G. Buoni (III, 607-608); M. Cimatore (IV, 855); G.P. Colonna (VI, 153-154); P. Franceschini (IX, 166); D. Gabrielli (IX, 397-398); G. Giacobbi (IX, 819); A. Grandi (II) (X, 287); G.T. Lambertini (XIV, 168); B. Monari (XVI, 915); G.A. Perti (XIX, 464-466); G.M. Righi (XXI, 384); P. Sanmartini (XXII, 246-247); P.M.P. Sgabazzi (XXIII, 187); G.A. Silvani (XXIII, 392); A. Spontone (XXIV, 219); G. Torelli (XXV, 615-619); G.F. Tosi (XXV, 646-647) in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (2nd edition, London and New York: Macmillan Publishers, 2001)
  • "Colonna, Giovanni Paolo" with Carlo Vitali, for Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Personenteil IV, 1409- 1413 (Kassel and Basel: Bärenreiter; and Stuttgart and Weimar: Metzler, 1999-2009)

 

LINER NOTES

  • Over 50 sets of liner notes or the early music labels ACCENT (Belgium); BONGIOVANNI, TACTUS, SYMPHONIA (Italy); HARMONIA MUNDI FRANCE, ALPHA, ARCANA (France); EUFODA, PASSACAILLE (Belgium); ATMA (Canada) on (among others): 17th-Century Cello music; 6 Suites for Cello solo by J.S. Bach; Cello Sonatas by Vivaldi and Geminiani; 17th-Century Emilian Violin Music; Trumpet Concertos by G. Torelli; Vivaldi, Opus XII; 16th-Century Italian Organ music (Musica Nova); Wagenseil: Concertos; Trios and Quartets with basoon by Bréval&Devienne; Cello music by Franchomme; Organ Ricercari by Palestrina & De Macque; Organ music by Frescobaldi; Cello Concertos by Vivaldi; 16th-C. Organ Ricercari; Text for compilation CDs (Harmonia Mundi): Opera Seria, The Cantata and the Petit Motet (1640-1740), History of the Oratorio,J.S.Bach's Sacred Music; Masses by Kerll; Organ music on two Hermans instruments in Collescipoli and in Pistoia; P. Van Maldere: Symphonies; E. Ozi: Bassoon Sonatas; G. Muffat: ArmonicoTributo; Marc'Antonio Cavazzoni: Organ works; Antonio Bertali: Ensemble Sonatas; Mozart: Music on Italian Organs; Mozart, Violin Sonatas; Mendelssohn Cello and Piano Works; Handel, Organ Concertos Op.4; Venetian Concertos; A. Vivaldi: Cello Sonatas; Frescobaldi, Ricercari (1615); Chopin, Cello and Piano Works; D. Gabrielli, Cantatas; Codex Tarasconi; Frescobaldi, Capricci (1624); Neapolitan Cello Sonatas of the 18th Century; Venetian 17th-century Chamber Music "Verso Venezia"; Cantatas by PietroPorfiri; Music for voice and violin consort by Antonio Scandello; Carlo Graziani: Cello Sonatas.

 

PROGRAM NOTES

  • For the Summer Festivities of Early Music, Prague since 2010: writing of the entire program book for the festivals of 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 (8 concerts per summer).
  • For the Festival of Flanders, "LausPolyphoniae," Antwerp since 1996; and for the Portland Baroque Orchestra from 1990 through 1997.
  • Introductory article "Muziek in koloniaalIberisch-Amerika (1492-ca.1820), pp.17-23 for the program book of "LausPolyphoniae" Festival of Early Music "Conquista y Reconquista" in Antwerp, Belgium, 2006

 

REVIEWS
In print:

  • Book review of George Kennaway: Playing the Cello 1780-1930 (Ashgate, 2014) for Music & Letters 109 (2015)
  • Score review of Giovanni Paolo Colonna: La Profeziad'Eliseo, ed. by Francesco Lora (Bologna: Ut Orpheus, 2013) for Notes 71 (March 2015)
  • Book review of Jerome Carrington: Trills in the Bach Cello Suites. A Handbook for Performers (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2009) for Performance Practice Review (on-line 2009)
  • Book review of VéroniqueRoelvink: Gegeven den sangeren. Meerstemmigemuziekbij deIllustreLieveVrouweBroederschapte 's-Hertogenbosch in de zestiendeeeuw ('s-Hertogenbosch, 2002) for Notes 61 (March 2004)
  • Research Report: International Musicological Society,Leuven, Belgium (2002) Report of the session held on Monday, August 5th, 2002, entitled "Rex tremendae maiestatis: The Double Bass and Its Adoption as a Standard Ensemble Member at European Courts" Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America 39 (2002)

 

TRANSLATIONS

  • 2011, Lorenzo Bianconi&Paolo Isotta (eds.), MuseoInternazionale e Bibliotecadella Musica. Guida al percorsoespositivo (Bologna, 2004) as International Music Museum and Library, Bologna. Guide to the Museum [209-page catalogue from Italian to English]
  • 2006, F. Regina Psaki, "Un coup de foudre: la rechercheanglo-saxonnesurLe Roman de Silence." Cahiers de RecherchesMédiévales, 13 (2006), 287-303.
  • 1995, Introduction to the catalogue of the exhibit "Divertimento - Music and Visual Arts" Brussels, MuséesRoyaux des Beaux-Arts [Dutch to French]
  • 1989, Paolo Russo, "Les incertitudes de la tragédielyrique: Zoroastre de Louis de Cahusac," Revue de Musicologie, LXXV, 47-65 [Italian to French]
  • 1988- , Liner-notes for the Italian labels TACTUS and SYMPHONIA [Italian to French], for HARMONIA MUNDI FRANCE [French to English], ACCENT (Dutch to French, to English), PASSACAILLE [Italian and French to English; Dutch to French and English]

 

 

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