Fourth International Bagpipe Conference

Balosso-bardin, Cassandre and Landes, Roger and Faulker, David and Moreno, Susana and Trujillo, Candid and Torrens, Toni (2018) Fourth International Bagpipe Conference. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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Abstract

The International Bagpipe Organisation organised the Fourth International Bagpipe Conference to mark International Bagpipe Day 2018 (10 March), a celebration of the world’s diverse bagpipes and bagpiping traditions. Following the success of previous conferences, the upcoming event spread over three days, starting on Friday evening with an opening concert and ending on Sunday afternoon. The conference was held in Palma, Mallorca, where there is a rich and unbroken piping tradition.

The conferences are a productive and welcoming platform for all people interested in the study of bagpipes: musicologists, ethnomusicologists, music experts, instrument makers, musicians, composers, dancers and music lovers. This event is an exciting interdisciplinary opportunity to discuss various questions relating to the study of bagpipes both today and historically.

All three days are open to the general public and bagpipe enthusiasts are encouraged to attend.

As the conference will be held in Catalan speaking territory, papers were welcomed in English, Spanish and Catalan. Simultaneous translation from English to Spanish and Spanish to English was provided

Additional Information:Sponsors and Funders:- The Bagpipe Society (UK) The Lowland and Border Pipers’ Society (UK) The Mallorcan Government (Mallorca) The Government of the Balearic Islands Town of Palma (Mallorca) The Arxiu del Regne de Mallorca The Xesc Forteza Theatre (Palma, Mallorca) Mallorca's Council of Culture Mallorca’s Council of Tourism Gelabert printing company (Sa Pobla, Mallorca) Town of Seller Xeremiers de Seller 37 individuals and societies through a crowdfunding campaign
Keywords:ethnomusicology, musical instruments, bagpipes
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W300 Music
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Performing Arts)
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ID Code:31489
Deposited On:04 Apr 2018 13:50

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