Study day: News about research on Jazz in France

Study day: News about research on Jazz in France

On Thursday, December 8th, 2016

University of Evry Val d’Essonne

Ile de France building, Audiovisual auditorium

23, boulevard François Mitterrand, 91000 Evry

Study day organized by by the SLAM Laboratory of the University of Evry Val d’Essonne, in partnership with the Didier Lockwood Music Center (CMDL)


10a.m, Welcoming of Participants and the general public
10:15a.m, Introduction: Martin Guerpin
Morning : Moderator : Philippe Gumplowicz
10:30a.m : Pierre Fargeton (Jean Monnet University in Saint-Étienne) , Hugues Panassié or “théophanique” listenning
11:15a.m : Laurent Cugny (Paris-Sorbonne University), Return Hugues Panassié’s written work during the 1930’s
12p.m : Martin Guerpin (University of Evry Val d’Essonne), Figures of speeches about jazz during the 1920’s: from critiques to ethnographers by way of writers and composers
12:45p.m : Lunch break
Afternoon : Moderator : Laurent Cugny
2:30p.m : Ludovic Florin (University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès),  Marc Ducret’s perspectives : « Tower » project
3:15p.m : Vincent Cotro (François Rabelais University in Tours), Recycle the past in the present : some young current French productions
4:15p.m : Clément Canonne and Martin Guerpin (CNRS and the University of Evry Val d’Essonne), Alternate takes, phonographic roughs and performance memory: study contribution to the creation process of improvised jazz
5p.m : Conclusion
5:15p.m : Concert given by students of Didier Lockwood Music Center