Author

Teresa Vinci

Author Identifiers

Teresa Vinci
ORCID 0000-0002-5691-4

Date of Award

2019

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (Performing Arts)

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

First Advisor

Associate Professor Jonathan Page

Second Advisor

Dr Helen Rusak

Third Advisor

Alexandre da Costa-Graveline

Field of Research Code

190407, 190409

Abstract

This study investigates style and performance practice within the oral traditions of Hungarian folk music, and explores intersections with the nineteenth-century idiom style hongrois. Interviews, lessons, and workshops were undertaken as part of a practice-based immersive research experience, and comparisons with the style hongrois made via analysis of scores and recordings of Jeno Hubay (1858-1937). The research strives towards an ‘Historically Informed Performance’ specific to these styles, and explores how they can inform each other. Findings are presented through a dissertation and a CD recording “Never Far Away…” comprising the researcher’s violin performance as leader of an Hungarian folk band.

Comments

"Never Far Away" [CD] can be purchased through keszkeno@iinet.net.au

Access Note

The associated CD can be purchased from keszkeno@iinet.net.au

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