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Ars antiqua, Chants vernaculaires, Instruments de musique
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“Li autres la citole mainne: Towards a Reconstruction of the Citole’s Performance Practice.” In The British Museum Citole: New Perspectives. London: The British Museum Press (forthcoming 2012).

“Music, Sound and Performance in the Mediterranean / Instruments.” In Mapping the Medieval Mediterranean, c. 300-1550: an encyclopedia of perspectives in research. Boston: Brill Press (forthcoming 2012).

“Tympana rauca: Context, Symbolism and Performance Practice of the Medieval Western European Frame Drum.” In Transculturation and Organology: Frame Drums in History and Contex. Kent, Ohio, Kent State University Press (forthcoming 2012)

"Tympanistria nostra: La reconstrucción del contexto y la práctica musical de las pandereteras y aduferas medievales a través de sus representaciones en el arte románico español." Codex Avquilarensis 26 (2011): 77-104.

“Panderos, cribas y tumbas: los tambores de marco y su conexión con el grano y los ritos de la fertilidad del antiguo Mediterráneo.” Ítaca: quaderns catalans de cultura clàssica 24 (2011).

Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. Kassel: Reichenberger, 2010.

“In tympano Rex Noster tympanizavit: Frame Drums as Messianic Symbols in Medieval Spanish Representations of the Twenty-Four Elders of the Apocalypse.” Music in Art 32 (2007): 100-123.

“Musical Instruments Unit Metropolitan Museum of Art.” In Music Under Construction: Imitation. New York: Carnegie Hall Education Department, 2002. p. 36-45.
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1st International Course on Medieval Music Performance (12th-14th c.)

Posted on June 1, 2012 at 9:00 0 Comments

1st International Course on Medieval Music Performance (12th-14th c.)

7-day medieval music performance immersion course designed for singers and instrumentalists interested in learning a variety of monophonic and polyphonic music repertories developed from the 12th to 14th centuries.

 

The course will be held in Besalú, one of the most beautiful and…

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