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Gamrat, Małgorzata, PhD in humanities, since October 2013 an assistant professor in the Chair of Theory and Aesthetics of Music of the Institute of Musicology at the University of Warsaw, where as a part of the grant ‘Fuga 2’ of the National Science Centre she carries out a research project Franz Liszt’s Lieder and their piano transcriptions as an example o f the 19th-century practice o f hybridisation o f genres and mutual enlightening o f arts. The main fields of her academic interest include Franz Liszt’s music and its interactions with other fields of art (especially with literature) as well as French and German culture of the 19th century. She carried out her academic research in Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Archives Nationales, Institut de France in Paris, and in The Franz Liszt Memorial Museum and Research Centre in Budapest. She took her doctorate at the Jagiellonian University and École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris, on the basis of the dissertation entitled Franz Liszt’s piano music in the context of the idea o f ‘correspondance des arts’, written under the supervision of professor Renata Suchowiejko and professor Catherine Massip. Małgorzata Gamrat participated in numerous international academic conferences and interdisciplinary research projects, both in the field of music and literature studies in Poland (e.g. ‘Laboratorium Myśli Muzycznej’) and abroad (e.g. ‘Musical Signification Project’ under the supervision of Eero Tarasti; ‘Od dialektü k literârnim jazyküm v Evropë / Dès les dialectes aux langues littéraires en l’Europe’, 2012).
Gancarczyk, Paweł, is a professor of the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, head of the Catalogue of Music Sources in Poland and member of the editorial staff of the Muzyka quarterly. Since 2010, he has worked as a lecturer at the Institute of Musicology of the University of Warsaw. He specialises in the history of late medieval and early modern music. In his research, he concentrates on the musical culture of Central Europe, manuscript studies and the history of early printing. He has published two books: Musica scripto. Kodeksy menzuralne I Ipołowy XV wieku na wschodzie Europy Łacińskiej [Musica scripto. Mensural codices in Eastern Latin Europe in the second half of the fifteenth century] (Warsaw, 2001) and Muzyka wobec rewolucji druku. Przemiany w kulturze muzycznejXVI wieku [Music and the printing revolution. Transformations in the musical culture of the sixteenth century] (Toruń, 2011). He has co-organised three international conferences: ‘The Musical Heritage of the Jagiellonian Era in Central and Eastern European Countries’ (Warsaw, 2009), ‘The Musical Culture of Silesia before 1742. New Contexts - New Perspectives’ (Wroclaw, 2011) and ‘Music and Propaganda in the Visual Arts’ (Warsaw, 2012). He is Chair of the Musicological Section of the Polish Composers’ Union.
Gałdyńska-Mazan, Adriana, PhD student at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Her research interests centre around ethnomusicology, although she also deals with issues connected with European and oriental theatre. Her PhD thesis is on the conception of the phonosphere in Jerzy Grotowski’s theatre laboratory.
Giglio, Consuelo, (Palermo, 1966) studied piano and harpsichord at the Conservatory and at the same time took her degree at the University of Palermo. Librarian of the Conservatory of Trapani (the first in Sassari), she has also been teaching Music Librarianship at the University of Palermo. She coordinated the exhibition Salvatore Sciarrino: L’immagine del suono (Palermo 2007) and the CD-booklet Isole in musica: L’esperienza contemporanea in Sicilia e Sardegna (Palermo-Sassari 2006). She wrote for Encyclomedia, Dizionario degli editori musicali italiani (1750-1930), Enciclopedia della Sicilia, Dizionario biografico degli italiani and she is the author of three books, the most recent one being about contemporary music in Sardinia: François Couperin (Palermo 1998), La musica nell’età dei Florio (Palermo 2006), Franco Oppo: Nuova Musica dalla Sardegna (Palermo 2011). She also investigated the musical sources and the musical life in Palermo between the 19th and 20th centuries in “Tina Whitaker e la musica a Palermo nella belle epoque” (In I Whitaker di villa Malfitano, Palermo 1995); “La musica nei periodici dell’Ottocento e del primo Novecento pubblicati a Palermo” (Fonti musicali italiane 2,1997), “Music in nineteenth and early twentieth-century periodicals published in Palermo” (Fontes Artis Musicae 45/3-4,1998), “La modernità raggiunta: Il rinnovamento musicale a Palermo tra Otto e Novecento attraverso la stampa periodica specializzata” (TeCLa 2, 2010). Her other articles include: “Schubert e il teatro” (Musica/Realtà 72, 2003) and “Il pianoforte a quattro mani: Una nuova pratica del far musica in casa dai forti connotati sociali” (In Instrumental music and the Industrial revolution, Bologna 2010).
Gmys, Marcin
Gmys, Marcin, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He received his PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2001. He specialises in the music of the French Revolution, operatic theatre of the twentieth century, the music of the Polish modernist movement (‘Young Poland in music’) and contemporary music (especially the work of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Paweł Mykietyn and Paweł Szymański). He has published the following books: Technika teatru w teatrze i jej operowe konkretyzacje [Play within the play and its operatic implementation] (Toruń, 1999 and 2000) and Poetyka teatru operowego Ferrucia Busoniego [The poetics of Ferruccio Busoni’s operatic theatre] (Poznań, 2005). As a music critic, he writes for Ruch Muzyczny and Zeszyty Literackie.
Gmys, Marcin, assistant professor on the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He received his PhD from Adam Mickiewicz University in 2001. He specialises in the music of the French Revolution, operatic theatre of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the music of the Polish modernist movement (“Young Poland in music”) and contemporary music (especially the work of Thomas Adès, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Paweł Mykietyn, Krzysztof Penderecki and Paweł Szymański). He has published the following books: Technika teatru w teatrze i je j operowe konkretyzacje [Play within the play and its operatic realisations] (Toruń, 1999 and 2000) and Poetyka teatru operowego Ferruccia Busoniego [The poetics of Ferruccio Busoni’s operatic theatre] (Poznań, 2005). As a music critic, he writes for Ruch Muzyczny and Zeszyty Literackie and works for Polish Radio 2.
Golianek, Ryszard Daniel
Golianek, Ryszard Daniel, Polish musicologist, professor at the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. His scientific interests are mainly focused on the history and aesthetics of music of the 19th century, with opera being one of the main topics of his research. After graduating musicology (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, 1988) and cello (Musical Academy in Poznań, 1989), he obtained his Ph.D. in musicology (1993), presenting the dissertation on the dramaturgy of Dmitri Shostakovich’s string quartets (published in 1995). In his postdoctoral career he was involved in research projects on programme music (habilitation, 2000) and on the work of Juliusz Zarębski (Jules Zarembsky), 19th century Polish pianist and composer (publications: catalogue of his works, monograph, edition of his newly found works). In the years 2006-2010 he studied Giuseppe Poniatowski’s life and operatic output, and since 2011 he works on the Polish threads in the 19th century European music. Since 1999 he also teaches at the Musical Academy in Łódź, having the post of the visiting professor.
Golianek, Ryszard Daniel, professor of the Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and at the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź. His scientific interests are devoted mainly to the history and aesthetics of 19th-century music (programme music, the output of 19th-century Polish composers in exile - Juliusz Zarębski and Giuseppe Poniatowski). He has published four books and about eighty articles.
Gołębiowska, Julia, is a PhD student on the Department of Musicology of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and a teaching assistant at the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań. She holds a master’s degree in musicology and a bachelor’s degree in music theory. Her research focuses on Polish music of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in particular chamber and orchestral works.
Grabiec, Dominika, is a graduate of the Institute of Musicology at the University of Warsaw (2007) and also has a BA degree in Italian from the University of Warsaw (2008). Since 2008, she has worked as a researcher in the Musicology Section of the Institute of Art at the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Grabocz, Marta, is professor at the University of Strasbourg (France). 1977-1990: she was scientific researcher at the Institute for Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences where she organized the creation of the first Hungarian Computer Music Studio for research, creation and education. Since 1991: assistant prof. and since 1995: professor of musicology at the University of Strasbourg. Between 1997 and 2010 she was responsible of the research group of “Arts” (“Contemporary approaches in the artistic creations and reflections ) in Strasbourg University. Since 1986 she is member of the international research group on Musical Signification, and between 1999-2007 member of the executive committee of IASS. Her main publications concern narrativity in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century instrumental music on one hand, and contemporary (mostly electroacoustic and computer) music on the other hand. Her monographes: 1 /Musique, narrativité, signification, Ed. L’Harmattan, Paris, 2009; 2/ Morphologie des oeuvres pour piano de F. Liszt, 2nd edition: Ed. Kimé, Paris, 1996; 3/ Entre naturalisme sonore et synthese en temps réel. Images et formes expressives dans la musique contemporaine, Paris, EAC, 2013. Her books as editor : Les Modèles dans l’art, Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg, 1997; Méthodes nouvelles, musiques nouvelles. Musicologie et création (PUS, Strasbourg, 1999); Sens et signification en musique, Editions Hermann, Paris (320 pages), 2007; Gestes, fragments, timbres: la musique de Gyôrgy Kurtâg » (co-ed.: Jean-Paul Olive), Paris, L’Harmattan, 2009; Les opéras de Peter Eôtvôs entre Orient et Occident, Paris, EAC, 2012.
Guczalski, Krzysztof, assistant professor at the Department of Aesthetics of the Institute of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. He studied mathematics, musicology and philosophy in Cracow, Minneapolis and Bonn, gaining his MSc in Mathematics in 1983 (Cracow), his MA in Philosophy in 1987 (Minneapolis) and his PhD in Philosophy in 1997 (Cracow). His main areas of research are music philosophy, aesthetics and the theory of signs and symbols. He is author of the book Znaczenie muzyki - znaczenia w muzyce [The significance of music - meanings in music] (Kraków, 1999) and editor of Filozofia muzyki. Studia [The philosophy of music. Studies] (Kraków, 2003).
Gwioździk, Jolanta, is a graduate of the University of Silesia (Library Science and Scientific Information, 1985) and the Textological and Editorial College of the University of Warsaw’s Institute of Literary Research (1990). She has a PhD in bibliology (University of Wroclaw, 2000). She lectures at the University of Silesia’s Institute of Library Science and Scientific Information. Her interests range from the history of books and libraries, especially monastic collections, to the traditional and digital cataloguing of historical collections and editing. The author and editor of eight books and dozens of scholarly articles, the results of her studies have been presented at numerous conferences in Poland and abroad, and she has led and participated in several research projects. She is chair of the Polish Bibliological Association, a member of the Historical and Literary Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Katowice Branch) and editor-in-chief of the periodical Bibliotheca Nostra. Śląski Kwartalnik Naukowy.

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