The Bruckner Journal Biennial Readers Conference
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The Eighth Bruckner Journal Readers Biennial Conference
Hertford College, University of Oxford: evening Friday 12 - all day Saturday 13 April 2013
Friday 12 April
Welcome and introductions
Malcolm Hatfield: Levi’s Rejection of the Eighth and its Impact on Bruckner the Man and his Attitude to his Work and Life
Abram Chipman: Bruckner – A Compromised Composer?
Saturday 13 April
Paul Coones: A Nightmarish Hangover: The Morning After
Louis Lohraseb: What Happened to the Sixth?
William Carragan: The 1874 Third: Three Between Two
Andrea Harrandt: Bruckner and Wagner – The Relationship Between Two Contrasting Personalities
Paul Hawkshaw: A report on the Sources for the Eighth Symphony
Geoffrey Hosking: Bruckner’s Heritage: Egon Wellesz and his Second Symphony
Benjamin Korstvedt: A Long View of the Fourth Symphony: 1874-90
Saturday 13 April, evening
Performance in the College Chapel
Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 (1874 version) arr. William Carragan, two pianos, four hands
William Carragan and Crawford Howie, piano
Dr. Crawford Howie and Professor William Carragan rehearse in Hertford College for their performance of Bruckner’s Symphony No.4 (1874 version)
arranged for two pianos, four hands, by William Carragan.
The presentation of the Bruckner Society of America Kilenyi Medal of Honor to Dr. Crawford Howie
L to R : Dr Benjamin Korstvedt, Dr Crawford Howie,, John Berky, Professor William Carragan.
During a coffee-break, Dermot Gault looks on as Chris Mansell talks with Paul Coones in the quadrangle;...others take coffee in the Old Library.