Associate Professor for Musicology (Habilitation Graz 1996)  at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, retired. Her main interests cover the aesthetic content as well as the social and cultural importance of music in terms of a multi-layered field of significations and meanings relevant for music life and cultural memory (e.g. the topos of „Music City Vienna“), including the importance of audiovisual media for the way the musical tradition is confronted. Since 2017 leading the project: Telling Sounds. Eine digitale Forschungsplattform zur Dokumentation und Aufarbeitung österreichischer Musiken-Geschichte auf der Basis audiovisueller ZeitzeugInnendokumente.

https://www.mdw.ac.at/imi/cornelia_szabo_knotik


Recent Publications

"Multi-Identität versus Exotismus – Carl Goldmarks Ort im Kreis der musikalischen Eliten Wiens", in: ad fontem musicae. Thomas Leibnitz zum 65. Geburtstag (=Publikationen des Instituts für Österreichische Musikdokumentation 42), eds. Stefan Engl and Andrea Harrandt, Wien: Hollitzer 2020,  pp. 207-224.

"Joseph Haydn als Filmfigur", in: Eisenstädter Haydn-Berichte. Veröffentlichungen der Internationalen Joseph Haydn Privatstiftung Eisenstadt, ed. by Walter Reicher, vol. 12, Vienna: Hollitzer 2020, pp. 125-139.

gem. m. Anita Mayer-Hirzberger, Christian Glanz: “Staged Rituals in Austria between the Wars”, in: Ursula Hemetek, Cornelia Szabó-Knotik (eds): Best of Isa Science. An interdisciplinary collection of essays on music and art, Wien: Hollitzer, 2017, pp. 199-219;

Calafati, Sou-Chong, Lang Lang and Li Wei: “Two Hundred Years of ‘the Chinese’ in Austrian Music, Drama, and Film”, in: China and the West. Music, Representation and Reception, ed. by Hon-Lun Yang and Michael Saffle, Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 2017, pp. 65-83.

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