Musical exchanges, 1100-1650 : Iberian connections /

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Kassel : Edition Reichenberger,, Volume 2, Spain, p.xi, 389 pages : (2016)



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15th century., 16th century., 500-1400., Music, New Spain, Portugal, Spain


Includes bibliographical references and index.Emulation and hybridisation in Iberia : a medieval background / Manuel Pedro Ferreira -- Center and periphery again : could Spain be considered an independent tradition of liturgical song? / Arturo Tello Ruis-Pérez -- The notated exultet in Braga's Missal de Mateus : known tradition or new compostion? / Kathleen E. Nelson -- Twelfth and thirteenth-century breviary fragments in Moissac and the rite of Braga : some preliminary insights / Diogo Alte da Veiga -- The European affiliations of MS Porto BPM 1151 / Kate Helsen -- Trouvère elements in the Cantigas de Santa Maria / Rui Araújo -- Urrede's legacy and hymns for Corpus Christi in Portuguese sources : aspects of musical transmission and influence / Bernadette Nelson -- Himnario de la catedral de Sevilla versus Intonarium toletanum (Alcalá de Henares, 1515) / Juan Ruiz Jiménez -- Some identifying features of late-fifteenth- and early-sixteenth-century Portuguese polyphony / João Pedro d'Alvarenga -- The Coimbra manuscripts and the "Spanish court repertory" : the motet Peccavi domine / Owen Rees -- Gonçalo de Baena's Arte para tanger (Lisboa, 1540) : local and international repertories / Tess Knighton -- Franco-Flemish polyphony versus Palestrina in Spanish choirbooks with Renaissance repertory and the case of Barcelona, Biblioteca de Catalunya, M.682 : towards a revised Census-Catalogue / Emilio Ros-Fábregas -- Presencia de música y músicos portugueses en el virreinato de la Nueva España y la provincia de Guatemala, siglos XVI-XVII / Omar Morales Abril -- Collatum miseris : a little-known English liturgical office for Saint James : politics and plainchant in the time of Henry II / David Hiley -- Beneventan sources in Iberia / Thomas Forrest Kelly -- The Arouca polyphonic codex / Ana Gaunt.