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Tureck Bach Research Foundation
THE THIRD ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

The Third Annual Symposium took place at Worcester College, Oxford, on May 9 and 10, 1998

SUBJECTS:

STRUCTURE May 9

THE CONCEPT OF CONCEPT May 10

Principles and Applications in the Sciences, Humanities and Music.


Lecturers:
Prof. Henk Barendregt, Mathematics, University of Nijmegan
Prof. Stephen Jay Gould, Geology and Zoology, Harvard University
Dr. Jeremy Ramsden, Physics, Biozentrum-Biophysik, Basel
Dr. Robert Sherlaw-Johnson, Music, Oxford University
Prof. Robert Stevenson, Ethno-Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Rosalyn Tureck, Music, Oxford University


Third Annual Symposium
Lecture Programme
Worcester College, Oxford, May 1998

LECTURES

9 May - Saturday
STRUCTURE
10:00 -12:30Morning Lectures
Dr. Robert Sherlaw-JohnsonStructure in the Music of Messaien
Dr. Rosalyn TureckJ.S. Bach and Number
13:00Buffet Lunch
15:00 - 17:30Afternoon Lectures
Professor Stephen Jay GouldStructural Laws as Constraints and Opportunities in Science and Art
19:30Gala reception and dinner,

10 May - Sunday
THE CONCEPT OF CONCEPT
10:00 -13:00Morning Lectures
Dr. Rosalyn TureckSituating Concept in Music
Prof. Henk BarendregtStructure, Intuition and Mathematics
Prof. Stephen Jay GouldPercepts Without Concepts are Blind
13:00Buffet Lunch
15:00 - 17:00Afternoon Lectures
Dr. Jeremy RamsdenParacelsus, Concept and Realisation
Prof. Reinhard StrohmArithmetic structures in Ockeghem's Missa "De plus en plus"

Lectures from this Third Annual Symposium are contained in the third issue of the Tureck Bach Research Foundation journal, INTERACTION, to be published May 2000.