Darya Shkurlyatyeva, the executive editor of publications produced by the ELCIR Headquarters in St. Petersburg, has taken part in an international symposium entitled “Academic Publications on Music: Traditions and Innovations, Expertise and Ideas, Conflicts and Compromises.” The 2-day symposium took place at the State Institute for Art Studies in Moscow on November 16 and Tchaikovsky State Memorial Museum in Klin, Moscow Oblast, on November 17. The event gathered participants from Russia, Belarus, Great Britain, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Darya made an online presentation on the musical calligraphy of Martin Luther’s day, in particular, the importance of diplomatic transcription of unbarred music from the 9th–16th centuries for modern-day study and performance.
– Luther’s chorale Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland in an edition of Luther’s songs printed in his lifetime (Leipzig, 1545)
– the same chorale in the 127-volume Weimar Edition of Luther’s works, Vol. 35, 1923
– the same chorale in diplomatic transcription made by Darya Shkurlyatyeva using Fossombrone, a musical notation computer font.