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Title

Traces of Spanish Polyphony: music Manuscript Musical Culture in the Iberian Peninsula around 1500

AuthorsKnighton, Tess
KeywordsSpanish Polyphony
Manuscripts
Musical Culture
Iberian Peninsula
Issue Date2019
PublisherSchola Cantorum Basiliensis
Citation47th Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Basel, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, 2019 : 66 (2019)
AbstractThe extant manuscripts of Spanish polyphony from around 1500 are few, especially when compared to France and Italy. Musicologists tended to think of Spain as a ‘Land ohne Musik’, and the Census-Catalogue was of particular importance in providing accurate information about these manuscript sources. In recent years several fragments of both sacred and secular polyphony have come to light in Spain. These will be the focus of this paper, and will be considered in the wider context of manuscript musical culture more generally through the analysis of other types of documentation, such as inventories and payments to music copyists.
DescriptionPresentado en la sesión: "SE-31: Celebrating the Census-Catalogue at 40: Manuscript Studies Past and Future, Part III: Beyond the Census-Catalogue (I)" del Congreso Internacional 47th Medieval & Renaissance Music Conference 2019. Basel/Basilea (Suiza), Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, 3-6 de julio de 2019.
Publisher version (URL)https://www.fhnw.ch/en/about-fhnw/schools/music/schola-cantorum-basiliensis/news/medren_2019/media/medren_mainfile.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/209647
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