The investigation of music migrations will offer insight into musico-cultural encounters in spatial terms (European East, West and South), and in temporal terms (17th–18th centuries, i. e. Baroque and Classicism). The term “musicians” is to be understood broadly and here denotes not only composers, performers, writers on music issues, but also other professions related to music. It is expected to be proved that music migrations have considerably contributed to the dynamics and synergy of the European cultural scene at large, stimulating innovations, changes of styles and patterns of musical and social behaviour, and contributing to the cohesive forces in the common European cultural identity.
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska participated in the workshop The Lasting Effects of Early Modern Cultural Encounters, Stockholm, 14-16 September 2016 (HERA Cultural Encounters project: Marrying Cultures: Queens Consort and European Identities, 1500-1800) with paper 'Foreign Musicians at the Courts of Kings of Poland from the Vasa Dynasty and their Contribution to the Polish Culture in the Past and Today'
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska participated in the International Musicological Conference Musicologica Historica III: Sources of Renaissance and Baroque music in Spiš (Zips) and in Europe, Svätý Jur, 24-25 June 2016 (organized by Prešovský hudobný spolok Súzvuk, Prešov, Ústav hudobnej vedy Slovenskej akadémie vied, Bratislava, Academia Istropolitana Nova, Svätý Jur) with paper 'The Reception of Music Composed in the 17th Century in the Commonwealth of Poland and Lithuania in the South Neighbouring Countries'
- Polish Radio [Polskie Radio, Program 2] interview with Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska, Dawno niedawno program by Magdalena Łoś-Komarnicka, 10 June 2016
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska gave an open lecture 'Music theory at the Jesuit Academy in Vilnius in the Seventeenth Century and the Italian Musical Style on Its Way to the Easter Europe' at the Padua University, June 9, 2016
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska participated in the International Musicological Conference The Reception of Small-Scale Motet in central and Eastern Europe in The Early Baroque Era, Padua, 8 June 2016 (organized by Università degli Studi di Padova) with paper 'The beginnings of small-scale sacred concerto in the Commonwealth of Poland and Lithuania'
- Open rehearsal of a concert Music at the Polish royal court in the 17th century ('Il Tempo' Baroque Ensemble, directed by Agata Sapiecha, prepared by Concert spirituals foundation, 5 May 2016), the accompanying event of the International Musicological Conference Music Migration in the Early Modern Age. Centres and Peripheries – People, Works, Styles, Paths of Dissemination and Influence, Warsaw, 6-7 May 2016
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska talked about migrations of musicians in 17th century in Radio TOK FM interview, 20 January 2016
- A fragment of a text ‘A Symphony of International Voices and Instruments in Poland’ by Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska published in Academia 3 (47) 2015: 'Wandering music. The fascinating topic of musical migration in the 17th (and also 18th) century, the movement of musicians and transmission of repertoires across sociological, economic and political contexts and the attendant cultural impact, is the subject of an international project “Music migrations in the early modern age: the meeting of the European East, West and South, ” financed by a grant from HERA [Humanities in the European Research Area], obtained through the Cultural Encounters Project competition. I am delighted to be participating in it together with researchers from Croatia, Germany, Poland and Slovenia, as well as invited scholars from many other countries. The result of this collaboration, in addition to the new findings and interpretations published in articles and books and editions of scores previously known only to a few musicologists, will be a widely available database containing information about the musicians who travelled around the new Europe, participated in various “musical meetings” and in popularizing national music styles, also participated in the emergence of a universal style, which is still extant today.'
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- MusMig CONFERENCES (2014–2016):
Parnassus Musicus Ferdinandaeus (1615), Ljubljana, 15–16 October2015, see program. Conference participant: prof. Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska
Itineraries of Musical Manuscripts and Prints in Modern Europe, Ljubljana, 20–21 October 2014, see program. Conference participant: prof. Paweł Gancarczyk
Ivan Zajc (1832–1914): Musical Migrations and Cultural Transfers in the ‘Long’ 19th Century in Central Europe and Beyond, 16-19 October 2014, see program. Conference participant: dr Jolanta Guzy-Pasiak
Music Migration in the Early Modern Age: People, Markets, Patterns, Styles, Zagreb, 13–14 October 2014, see program. Conference participant: prof. Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska
Music Migrations: From Source Research to Cultural Studies, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, 24–25 April 2014, see program. Conference participant: prof. Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska
- Helper and Protector: Italian Maestri in Poland: Luca Marenzio, Asprillo Pacelli, and Vincenzo Bertolusi
The premiere CD recording of the complete Missa super Iniquos odio habui by Marenzio, rediscovered by B. Przybyszewska-Jarmińska. Pacelli's Beati estis comes from Sacrae cantiones, edited in Monumenta Musicae in Polonia series by B. Przybyszewska-Jarmińska.
The Sixteen choir under Eamonn Dougan.
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska and Alina Żórawska-Witkowska promoted MusMig project at the Russian Institute of Art History in St Petersburg and gave two lectures ('Marcin Mielczewski i muzyka na dworach polskich Wazów (pierwsza połowa XVII wieku); and 'Muzyka nd polskim dworze Augusta II (1697-1704, 1709-1733) i Augusta III (1734-1763)')
- Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska was invited to collaboration with HERA project titled 'Marrying Cultures: Queens Consort and European Identities, 1500-1800' (Cultural Encounters project). She participated in a conference Consorts and their Cultural Opportunities and Achievements (Oxford, Exeter College, 15-18 April 2015) with a paper 'Habsburg Queens of Poland and music at the Polish royal court at the end of 16th and in the 17th centuries'
- CD The Blossoming Vine. Italian Maestri in Poland: Asprilio Pacelli, Vincenzo Bertolusi, G. F. Anerio
The Sixteen choir under Eamonn Dougan recorded CD with compositions by Asprilio Pacelli, edited by Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska (Sacrae cantiones). Some motets were performed by choirs during workshop in Great Britain in 2014
- MusMig project and other five projects of total 1804 were presented in a publication 'Raport roczny 2014' [Annual Report 2014] by national Science Center [NCN] (pp. 45-47)