Cordes et claviers au temps de Mozart - Bowed and Keyboard Instruments in the Age of Mozart: Actes des Rencontres Internationales harmoniques , Lausanne 2006 - Proceedings of the harmoniques International Congress, Lausanne 2006

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La Fondation harmoniques a organise en avril 2006 les troisiemes Rencontres Internationales de musiciens, musicologues, facteurs d'instruments de musique, restaurateurs et conservateurs de musee autour du clavecin-pianoforte vis-a-vis de Stein 1777. Les instruments a cordes et a claviers au temps de Mozart ont ete au centre de ces quatre journees de reflexions et d'echanges. Les Actes 2006, completes par un CD enregistre sur des claviers historiques de 1773 a 1782, mettent en evidence l'incroyable diversite des couleurs et des timbres des instruments a clavier de cette epoque. L'etude des differents portraits de Mozart au clavier apporte un autre regard. La lutherie a Vienne, le quatuor a cordes ainsi que l'art du violon au temps de Mozart formaient le deuxieme pole de ces rencontres. This volume presents the proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium organised in Lausanne by the harmoniques Foundation and held there in April 2006. Musicians, musicologists, instrument makers, restorers and museum curators gathered around the 1777 vis-a-vis harpsichord-piano by Stein to exchange ideas about bowed and keyboard instruments in the age of Mozart. The incredible richness of colours and timbres in the tone of contemporary keyboard instruments is a subject explored in the articles and demonstrated on a CD recorded on pianos built between 1773 and 1782. The study of various portraits of Mozart at keyboard instruments is another important topic of these proceedings as well as violin-making in Vienna, the string quartet and Mozart's approach to violin playing.