Paper Presentation & Panel Discussions 2018

Time : 14.00 - 17.00 hrs.

Time/Room C 200 C 210 Music Pavillion
  Western Art Music Music and Society Music Production and Adaptation
Moderator Dr. Chanyapong Thongsawang Anant Narkkong Dr. Jean-David Caillouët
  The Sonata for two performers on the same keyboard in the second half of the eighteen century in Italy Aksornsilpa:
Participation in Music and Arts Camp
Unknown Musical Content,
Interaction between Algorithm-made
Playlists and Personal Musical Taste
Alberto Firrincieli
and Mario Stefano Tonda
Dr. Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee and
Associate Professor Yupin Pokthitiyuk
Sarupong Sutprasert
  Gavinies in the Grey:
Historically Informed Performance
of the Sonates pour violon et bass, Op. 3
Proposed Music Activities
to Enhance Music Attitude
for Disadvantaged Children
Developing a Signature Sound
through Intercultural Collaboration
Dr. Sallynee Amawat Kanit Promnil Ingolv Haaland
  The Use of Hungarian Art Music
in Bartók’s Contrasts (Sz 111, BB 116),
1st movement – Verbunkos
Singing Pagodas and Pagodinas, Children’s Experiment on Sounds and Storytelling Looking for Orpheus’ Lyre:
Deep Cognition, Composition
and Tradition
Tawanrat Mewongukote Benjamart Maiket, Yanini Pongpakatien,
Phattrachattra Thongma
Associate Professor Dr. Jonathan Day
 

Antique Pianos in Thailand

Are Our Students Really Learning
about Other Cultures?:
Being a Little Musicologist through
the Backward Design on World Music

 

 

 

 

Panel Discussion

Dr. Chanyapong Thongsawang Na-Young Choi
 

 

 

Panel Discussion

Chamber Music, Engaged!
Dr. Anothai Nitibhon
 

 

Panel Discussion

 

Time/Room C 200 C 300
  Western Art Music Music Education & Psychology
Moderator Dr. Apichai Chantanakajornfung Asst. Prof. Dr. Dneya Udtaisuk
and Kajornsak Kittimathaveenan
  Genre Metamorphosis: Social Functions and Aesthetics
of Piano Transcriptions of Beethoven’s Symphonies
in Nineteenth-Century Europe
Indonesian’s Perception
Towards Western Classical Music Instrument
Dr. Elissa Miller-Kay Christ Billy Aryanto
  Analysis of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 57,
“Appassionata”
What is Specific to Music Processing:
Congenital Amusia’s Deficits and Symptoms
Dr. Suvida Neramit-aram Woo-ah Min
  The Changes in National Stylistic Clarinet Sounds Influence of Music on Short-Term Memory
Tanyawat Dilokkunanant Pavarit Chuprasert, Achcharaphan Kloemwilai,
Napat Fahkrajang, Pruch Sawetratanastien
and Munhum Park
  Intersection Beyond Time and Space:
Examining Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of TIme
Learning Music: Student’s Motivation
and It's Influencing Factors
Hayne Kim Weny Savitry S. Pandia
 

 

 

 

Panel Discussion

Innovation Creation and Development for the Practice
of Wind Band Rehearsal in Thailand’s Higher Education
Natsarun Tissadikun
 

 

Panel Discussion

 

Time/Room C 210 C 300
  Traditional Musics Western Art Music
Moderator Anant Narkkong Dr. Jiradej Setabundhu
  Stumpf’s Cylinders: On the Externalization
of Musical Memory and the Future of Traditional Music
Ballades from Thai Literature for Siano Solo:
Influences, Composition Techniques, and Their Place
among Piano Repertoire
John T. Giordano Professor Dr. Narongrit Dhamabutra
and Assistant Professor Dr. Ramasoon Sitalayan
  “The Music Must Carry On”: Continuity and Reinvention
in the Musical Culture of the Peranakan Community
in Melaka, Malaysia
“Nak" The Thai Melodrama
Rachel Ong Care Mettichawalit
  Solmitization:
Techniques and Its Meaning from Phra Apaipolrop
A New Approach to Arranging “3 Royal’s Compositions”
(Alexandra, Smile and Still on My Mind)
Francis Nuntasukon Nattapon Fuangaugsorn
  Fidular: a Modular System for Fiddles from Southeast Asia,
East Asia and the Middle East
SS b1: A Tool for Un-performed Musical Score
Lamtharn Hantrakul Kittiphan Janbuala
 

 

Panel Discussion

 

Panel Discussion

 

 

Remark:

Time : 14.00 - 17.00 hrs.

SVH = Sangita Vadhana Hall, Administration Building SVH FOYER = Foyer of Sangita Vadhana Hall, Administration Building
GQ = Gourmet Quarter MP = Music Pavillion Building
C 200/ 210/ 300/ 501 = Room 200/ 201/ 300/ 501, Conservatory Building TAMC = Thai - Asian Music Center
G 201 = Room 201, Gita Rajanagarindra Building A 209 = Room 209, Administration Building
* Coffee Break will be available on 2nd floor of the Conservatory Building between 15.00 - 16.00 hrs.