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In a country as Italy is, music is a strategic resource in conceiving modern tourism. This vision depends on the awareness of the historical-musical heritage the country and its traditions express in a great variety of musical heritage and activities. This heritage requires the development of a know-how able to protect and enhance it, in favour both of local cultural identity and of curious and valuable tourists.
The aim of the course is to develop students' awareness of the historical musical heritage of the Country, in the variety of musical heritage (sources, instruments, musical production) and its various types (opera, early, classical and contemporary music, popular music). The methods of conservation, exhibition and production of musical heritage will be considered in terms of the protection, management and enhancement of musical heritage. Special attention will be devoted to the interaction between musical festivals, concert and opera seasons and the area where they are being organized.
The student will learn to analyse and understand in its different components the musical offer of the territory, in terms of tangible and intangible assets and events. He/she will discuss how to organise a musical season, a single event or a complex event such as a festival, taking into account the different variables of an economic, logistical, artistic and landscape nature. It will become aware of the current regulatory framework and the economic resources potentially available. It will establish a comparison between musical and theatrical life, between events and institutions in Italy and in other countries. It will be able to demonstrate the analytical and planning skills developed through the analysis of specific cases on which it will have practised.
Theoretical classes; exemplification through video and music listening.
1. Lucio Argano, La gestione dei progetti di spettacolo. Elementi di project management culturale. Milano, Franco Angeli, 2019, pp. 11-269.
2. Alberto Bentoglio, L'attività teatrale e musicale in Italia. Roma, Carocci, 2013, only chapters 2 (Il settore della musica) and 8 (Diritto d’autore e SIAE).
3. Note in Viaggio. Reti e strategie per il turismo musicale in Italia. A cura di Martha Friel, Venezia, Marsilio, 2019.
4. La musica come geografia: luoghi, suoni, territori. A cura di Elena Dell'Agnese e Massimiliano Tabusi, Roma, Società Geografica Italiana, 2016, pp. 291-370.
5. Sandra Suatoni, Gli strumenti musicali dallo spettacolo al museo spettacolare. Tutela, valorizzazione, museologia, museografia. L’esempio del museo nazionale degli strumenti musicali. Roma, UniversItalia, 2019, pp. 23-69 and 104-153.
For non-attendees only, add also:
6. Arnold Jacobshagen, Music Theatre, in Musical Life in Germany. Structure, Facts and Figures, a cura di Stephan Schulmeistrat e Margot Wallscheid, Bonn, German Music Council, 2011, pp. 131-150.
Readings 4 and 6 are going to be available in the course “Aulaweb”, as well as other teaching aids.
Office hours: Office hours by appointment.
GIADA ROBERTA VIVIANI (President)
Part of it could be substituted by voluntary oral presentation of a study project of an opera house or festival, agreed on with the professor.
Assessment will be based on an oral exam at the end of the course.
It will assess the student’s knowledge of the course and its textbooks on the topics in the “Course description”.
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Not mandatory, but strongly suggested.
Non-attending students are required to contact the professor by e-mail in order to agree on the exam programme.