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October 2018

II Interdisciplinary Research Seminars “Manuscritos em Diálogo”

October 4 @ 17:00 - 18:30
Edifício I&D Sala Multisusos 2, Av. Berna 26
Lisboa, 1069-061 Portugal
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Single session on early music Manoscritti e notazioni musicali italiche nell’alto medioevo Giovanni Varelli (Magdalen College - Faculty of Music, University of Oxford) When it comes to the writing of music in the Italic peninsula during the high Middle Ages, there is still a great deal of confusion among musical palaeographers as to how to distinguish between different scripts, their geographical distribution, and their names (e.g. the abuse of the term ‘Beneventan', or the fictitious 'North Italian’). Rather than being…

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II Interdisciplinary Research Seminars “Manuscritos em Diálogo”

October 25 @ 17:00 - 18:30
Edifício I&D Sala Multisusos 2, Av. Berna 26
Lisboa, 1069-061 Portugal
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Single session on Greek mythography and Byzantine manuscripts Papiros imperiais e manuscritos bizantinos: a (des)continuidade da mitografia grega Nereida Villagra (Centro de Estudos Clássicos, FLUL) In the nineteenth century, Panzer proposed that part of the mythographical narratives preserved in the minor scholia to Homer came from a mythographical commentary, the so-called Mythographus Homericus. In the 20th century, the discovery and publication of several papyri from the Imperial period, with texts parallel to the ones in the scholia, showed that his…

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December 2018

II Interdisciplinary Research Seminars “Manuscritos em Diálogo”

December 10 @ 16:00 - 18:30
Edifício I&D Sala Multisusos 2, Av. Berna 26
Lisboa, 1069-061 Portugal
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Double session on Modern Music and Manuscript Conservation “Novos santos – novos cantos?”: Ofícios litúrgicos de S. Nicolau Tolentino, S. Diego de Alcalá e S. Isabel de Portugal em manuscritos de cantochão portugueses António Alberto Monteiro Medina de Seiça (CESEM - NOVA University of Lisbon) The liturgical calendar is one of the most important elements it is necessary to consider in order to understand the cultic peculiarities of religious orders and local dioceses. Scholarship on mediaeval liturgical offices (historiae) has…

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January 2019

II Interdisciplinary Research Seminars “Manuscritos em Diálogo”

11/01/2019 @ 16:00 - 18:30
Edifício I&D Sala Multisusos 2, Av. Berna 26
Lisboa, 1069-061 Portugal
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Double session on Modern Music and Collections of Mediaeval and Modern Manuscripts Motet Selections in Mid-16th-Century Portuguese Manuscripts João Pedro d'Alvarenga (CESEM - NOVA University of Lisbon) In this talk, I will firstly propose a typology for the Iberian motet from around 1500, mostly on the basis of text content and musical technique and style, also paying attention to material and visual clues in the manuscripts containing motets. In this light, I will then examine the collections included in the…

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II Interdisciplinary Research Seminars “Manuscritos em Diálogo”

25/01/2019 @ 17:00 - 18:30
Edifício I&D Sala Multisusos 2, Av. Berna 26
Lisboa, 1069-061 Portugal
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Singing with light: revisiting the Ajuda Songbook Graça Videira Lopes (IEM - NOVA University of Lisbon); Maria João Melo, Paula Nabais (Faculty of Sciences and Technology - NOVA University of Lisbon) A monument to the Galician-Portuguese medieval lyric, the Ajuda Songbook (Cancioneiro da Ajuda) also contains an exceptional series of illuminations. A full examination of the composition of the colour paints used in the Songbook, providing further insight into the circumstances of its production, has been previously discussed in a…

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