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Georg Corall

Dr Georg Corall is an Artistic Associate based in Perth, Western Australia. He began his tertiary studies in recorder and harpsichord at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, and concluded studies of historical oboe instruments and recorder with Renate Hildebrand (Hamburg) at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater ‘Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy’, Leipzig. He also holds a teaching degree in historical woodwinds from the Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg. He completed his practical education at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland) from 1996 to 1998 in Baroque oboe with Michel Piguet, Baroque bassoon with Claude Wassmer, and harpsichord with Massimiliano Rasschietti.

Georg completed his academic studies for the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts at The University of Western Australia (UWA) successfully in 2013. At this university he was awarded the John Hind Scholarship in his first year of study in Perth, and was further UWA’s inaugural recipient of the Vice-Chancellor’s ‘Harpsichord Scholarship’. Most recently, Georg was offered a scholarship to commence his studies for a PhD in Musicology.

In addition to his own ensembles (les hautboïstes de prusse and Perth Baroque) he has performed and recorded with musicians such as Hans-Martin Linde, Herman Max, Joshua Rifkin, Holger Eichhorn, and Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden; and ensembles such as Cappella Coloniensis, Orchester der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Aradia Baroque Toronto, Tölzer Knabenchor, Montréal Baroque, and Musicalische Compagney Berlin.

Contact

jordi.au@gmail.com

Research

Strumenti d’amore – uncovering the emotional affiliations of 17th and 18th century musical instrument terminology and its meaning for the performance on period instruments

Encyclopaedia Entries

Georg Corall, 2015, ‘Die Sonsfeldsche Musikalien Sammlung’, in Achim Hofer, Ursula Kramer and Udo Sirker (eds.), Lexikon der Holzblasinstrumente (Laaber: Laaber-Verlag, forthcoming)

Georg Corall, 2015, ’Nachbau von Instrumenten’, in Achim Hofer, Ursula Kramer and Udo Sirker (eds.), Lexikon der Holzblasinstrumente (Laaber: Laaber-Verlag, forthcoming)

Articles

Georg Corall, 2015, ‘Johann Sebastian Bach's Kreuzstab Cantata (BWV 56): Identifying the Emotional Content of the Libretto’, in Patricia Alessi (ed.), Festschrift for Philippa Maddern (Perth: Limina, A Journal of English and Cultural Studies' Special Edition, 2015).

Georg Corall, 2013, ‘Dutch Music of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and its Dissemination throughout the World’, in Susan Broomhall and Rebecca Millar (eds.), Far from Home: Adventures, Treks, Exiles, Migration (Perth: ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of the Emotions) ISBN 978-1-74052-278-6

Georg Corall, 2012, ‘Hautboisten: The “radio” of the 18th century’, in Rebekah Prince (ed.), Grief and Joy: Emotions in the Music of the 18th Century (Perth: ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of the Emotions) ISBN 978-1-74052-259-5

Georg Corall, 2012, ‘Programme Notes’, in Rebekah Prince (ed.), Grief and Joy: Emotions in the Music of the 18th Century (Perth: ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of the Emotions) ISBN 978-1-74052-259-5

CD Liner Notes

Georg Corall, 2012, liner notes for: Johann Sebastian Bach, Weihnachtsoratorium I–III, CD VKJK 1238 (Altenburg: Querstand)

Conference Papers

Delivery of research paper ‘The Lilien Partbooks in the Sonsfeld Collection’ at the 16th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, 9–13 July 2014.

Delivery of research paper ‘The Eloquent Hautboy’ on articulation and musical delivery before 1800 at the 3rd International Conference on Music & Emotion, Jyväskylä, Finland, 11–15 June 2013.

Delivery of research paper ‘Translating Music Notation into Sound’ at the Textuality, Technology, Materiality in the Medieval and Early Modern World¬ Conference at UWA Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies in Perth

Delivery of research paper ‘The Eloquent Hautboy’ at Music and Metamorphosis MSA–NZMA Conference in Brisbane

Delivery of research paper ‘The Eloquent Hautboy’ at Monash University Melbourne

Delivery of research paper ‘The Sonsfeld Collection’ at the 2nd International Conference on Music and Emotions in Perth

CD Publications (selection)

Georg Philipp Telemann: Wind Band Music for Hautboisten. les hautboïstes de prusse. Talanton Records 2017, 2018.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Musicalische Compagney (dir.: Holger Eichhorn) and les hautboïstes de prusse (dir.: Georg Corall), 2012, Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248, Teil 1 bis 3, CD VKJK 1238, Querstand.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Musicalische Compagney (Holger Eichhorn) and les hautboïstes de prusse (dir.: Georg Corall), 2008, Stil’Antico-Motetten, ROP6021, Rondeau Production.
di Lasso, Orlando, Tölzer Knabenchor and Musicalische Compagney (dir.: Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden), 2005, Busspsalmen, Cappriccio 67 130; Bayerischer Rundfunk; Delta Music GmbH. Echo Award and Diapason d’Or

Mattheson, Johann, Cythara-Ensemble (dir.: Rudolf Kelber), 2005, Boris Goudenow, live recording, Edition Musik Landschaften Hamburg, edition jacobi, RP 15287.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Sächsisches Vocalensemble (dir.: Matthias Jung) and les hautboïstes de prusse (dir.: Georg Corall), 2001, Die Motetten BWV 225-229, Tacet 108 LC 07033.

Vanhal, Johann Baptist, Tower Voices New Zealand and Aradia Ensemble Canada (dir.: Uwe Grodd), 2001, Missa Pastoralis – Missa Solemnis, Naxos, 8.555080.

Telemann, Georg Philipp, Hamburger Telemann-Orchester, 2000, Matthäus-Passion 1766, live recording, atelier music.

Telemann, Georg Philipp, Magdeburger Barockorchester and les hautboïstes de prusse, 1999, Matthäuspassion 1758, Amati.

Telemann, Georg Philipp, Magdeburger Barockorchester, les hautboïstes de prusse and Magdeburger Kammerchor, 1998, Motetten, Raumklang RK 9803. Cannes Classical Awards

Telemann, Georg Philipp, Hamburger Telemann-Orchester, 1997, Johannes-Passion 1765, live recording, altelier music.

Tage Alter Musik in Herne, Hildebrand’sche Hoboisten-Compagnie, 1995, Musik der Oboen-Banden im 18. Jahrhundert aus Rostock, Stadt Herne.

Zelenka, Jan Dismas, Capella Regia Musicalis (Robert Hugo), 1995, I Penitenti al Sepolcro del Redentore, Panton, Ltd. 81 1389-2 231.