Ian Woodfield

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Invited Papers

"With courtesie to allure the people": an Account of the Diplomatic Role of Musicians in the Exploration of the New World' (University of Reading, November 1990)

'The Basel gross Geigen: an Early German Viol?' (International Viola da Gamba Symposium Utrecht, Rijksmuseum Het Catharijneconvent, August 1991)

'A Gilded Cage: Some Thoughts on the Status and Activities of Women Amateur Musicians in late 18th-century Anglo-Indian Society' (Research Seminars in Musicology and Composition, School of Music, Queen's University Belfast, November 1993)

'"To winne by all faire meanes possible": an Account of the Diplomatic Role of the First English Viol Players in America' (Annual Conclave of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, Raleigh, North Carolina, July 1994)

'Thule: a Song for a Privateer?' (Annual Conclave of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, Raleigh, North Carolina, July 1994)

'Collecting Indian Songs in late 18th-Century Lucknow: Problems of Transcription' (Conference on Music Syncretism, International Council for Traditional Music, U.K. Chapter, Queen's University Belfast, Department of Social Anthropology, April 1994)

'"Wild, but pleasing when understood"' (SOAS, London, November 1994)

'A Harpsichord on the Banks of the Ganges: English Keyboard Instruments and the Collection of "Hindostannie Airs"' (Rotterdams Conservatorium, December 1997)

'Mozart reception at the King's Theatre in 1789: New Hypotheses Concerning the Genesis of Così fan tutte ' (Research Seminars in Musicology and Composition, Queen's University Belfast, School of Music, February 1999)

'Margaret Fowke: The Life and Times of a Piano Student' (Fifteenth Annual Conference on Music in Eighteenth Century Britain, London University, November 1999)

' Così fan tutte : a preliminary report on the inks used in Act I' (Royal Musical Association, 13th Irish Chapter Meeting, Queen's University Belfast, May 2000)

'Lovers crossed or uncrossed? A crisis in Mozart's "Scuola degli amanti"' (Inaugural Lecture, Queen's University Belfast, November 2000)

'Robert and Margaret Clive: Music in Anglo-Indian Society' (Music in Britain: A Social History Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London, February 2001)

'The autograph score of Mozart's Così fan tutte', Eighteenth-Century Research Seminar, Queen's University Belfast, March 2001)

'Writing for his Singers: Mozart and the cast of Così fan tutte', (King's College London, December 2001)

'Studying a Mozart Opera Autograph: Così fan tutte' (Lancaster University, March 2002)

'Studying a Mozart Opera Autograph: Così fan tutte' (Royal Holloway, December 2002)

'Lovers Crossed or Uncrossed?' (Faculty of Music, Cambridge University, February 2005)

'Studying a Mozart Opera Autograph: Così fan tutte' (Maynooth, NUI, February 2005)

'One Manuscript, two cities: The Story of the Prague Conservatory Don Giovanni score' (Mozart Society of America: Prague, June 2009)

'The Fifth Man: Leipzig, Vienna and the Casting of Don Giovanni' (Music without Walls: QUB, December 2009)

'The Sources of the Vienna Don Giovanni' (Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum: Salzburg, March 2010)

'A Theory for the Transmission of Mozart's Da Ponte Operas' (Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum: Salzburg, March 2010)

'The Methodology of Page-Break Analysis' (Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum: Salzburg, March 2010)

'A Theoretical Model for the Interaction between Libretto and Score.' (Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum: Salzburg, March 2010)

'Drake and the Viol' (The World Encompassed: King's Place, London, June 2010)

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