EmulatiNg physical Gestures of nineteenth-century SpanisH pianisTs: restorINg knowledGe And Lost PracticEs

Nightingale transforms the traditional approach to historically informed performance (HIP), developing and implementing a new methodology that embodies the evidence in practice with the assistance of historical instruments and digital technologies. Symbolically evocating the expressivity of the bird's song, this project is the first-ever performance-based study of 19th-century Spanish pianists, whose interpretations, still unrecognized, expose noticeable stylistic divergences with modern interpretations.

Id97
Grant Value100
Commencement Date / Completion DateJanuary 2020 - December 2020
Contributors Dr Estrada Bascunana / EB Carolina (Principle Investigator)
Funders [UNSPECIFIED] The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
Publications Estrada Bascunana, Carolina (2020). Granados’ Secrets Revealed by His Piano Rolls In: Morales, Luisa; Christoforidis, Michael; Clark, Walter (eds.) Enrique Granados in Context. Studies in Spanish Keyboard Music: Vol. 6 (pp. 181-196). Spain: Fimte
Estrada, Carolina (1 December 2020). The Lost Sounds of the Nightingale: A Music Revival in the Digital Era HKB Zeitung(4), p. 21.

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