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Liturgical musical manuscripts from the Christian East and West: Sticheraria and Antiphoners

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Liturgical musical manuscripts from the Christian East and West: Sticheraria and Antiphoners

Time: March 12, 2018 from 5pm to 6:30pm
Location: Edifício I & D Sala Multisusos 2
Street: Av. Berna 26
City/Town: Lisbon, 1069-061 Portugal
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Event Type: research, seminar
Organized By: Elsa De Luca, Alicia Miguelez
Latest Activity: Mar 9, 2018

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Event Description

Research seminar with Svetlana Poliakova, Zuelma Chaves and Elsa De Luca (CESEM, FCSH, NOVA University of Lisbon). 

In this seminar we will provide some basic information on the liturgy and music in the Eastern and Western Christianity. We will discuss the main book typologies and their characteristics with a special focus on sticheraria and antiphoners.

This event is part of the series of interdisciplinary seminars 'Manuscritos em Diálogo'. The idea of gathering together interdisciplinary scholars to discuss some specific aspects related to the music, liturgy, art, palaeography and conservation of Iberian manuscripts stemmed from the scholarly discussions at the first Interdisciplinary Conference on Iberian Manuscripts (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Lisbon, October 2017).

These seminars are envisioned as didactic events devoted to spread useful information on how to tackle the study and description of different kinds of medieval manuscripts. The seminars aim to create bridges among scholars from different areas and promote dialogue between them.

Seminars are held every month from February to June 2018 and their participation is free.

Official languages:Portuguese, Spanish, French, English.

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