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Anne-Emanuelle Ceulemans
Saturday 19 may 2012 / 14:00
Lecture: The emergence of the violin as seen through music treatises from Johannes Tinctoris to Marin Mersenne.

Bio
Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans is doctor in musicology at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. She is conservator of bowed stringed instruments at the Museum for Musical Instruments in Brussels. She has done a lot of research on these instruments and has written substantial material on their history.








 

Links to the other lectures and workshops:
Friday 18 may  14:00 Heinz Kreuzer, / 16:00 Mimmo Peruffo,
Saturday 19 may 10:00 Christian Rault, / 10:00 Stephen Gottlieb, /14:00 Anne-Emanuelle Ceulemans, / 14:00 Pierre Bohr, /
16:00 Gesina Liedmeier, / 16:00 Giovanni Lucchi,
Sunday 20 may 10:00 Gert Schrijvers, / 10:00 Jane Julier & Judith Kraft, / 14:00 Nelly Poidevin, / 14:00 Jane Julier & Judith Kraft, / 14:00 Dirk De Hertogh, / 16:00 Urs Langebacher, /16:00 Michael Fleming,

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