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Filipe Mesquita de Oliveira

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Filipe Mesquita de Oliveira

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Assistant Professor
fsmo@uevora.pt
Biography:

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Filipe Mesquita de Oliveira, Doctor in Music and Musicology is currently Assistant Professor at the University of Évora. His area of expertise is the Iberian instrumental music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in particular for keyboard. He has also been doing research in Portuguese instrumental music from other historical periods, namely, the final part of the Ancien Régime. In the present time, he is coordinating a project called Música Sacra em Évora no século XVIII, which aims to lay the foundations for the study of the music sources in Évora´s archives through the construction of a digital database directed to the scientific community. As a conference reader he has presented several papers, both in Portugal and abroad: Thirteenth Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music (Leeds, 2008), Medieval-Renaissance Music Conference (Utrecht 2009, Barcelona 2011 & Birmingahm 2014), 1st & 2nd International Conference on Keyboard Historical Music (Edinburgh, 2011 & 2013), Performa´11 (Aveiro, 2011), ENIM I & II (Oporto, 2011 & Castelo Branco 2012), Instrumental Music in the Iberian World 1760-1820 (Lisboa, FCG, 2013). His publications include: «Some aspects of P-Cug, MM 242: António Carreira’s keyboard tentos and fantasias and their close relationship with Jacques Buus’s ricercari from his Libro primo (1547)» in Interpreting Historical Keyboard Music – Sources, Contexts and Performance (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013); Contributo ao estudo das obras para tecla atribuídas a António Carreira, «O Velho» (Universidade de Évora-UnIMeM/FCT  – 2012); «A Formação orquestral durante o período final do Antigo Regime no contexto dos fundos musicais da Sé de Évora  – o testemunho da obra de Ignácio António ferreira de Lima» in Música instrumental no período final do Antigo Regime: contextos, circulação e repertórios, (Lisboa: Colibri, 2014), «The recompositions of Buus´s ricercari from his Libro primo…(1547) in manuscript P-Cug MM 242 and the didactic processes of the friars of the Santa Cruz Monastery in Coimbra» in History Research (El Monte, California: David Publishing, 2014) and «The Verset and Fabordão Genres in the context of Music Manuscript 242 from The Coimbra University Library» in Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia (2/1 2015, pp. 41-60 ISSN 0871-9705 http://rpm-ns.pt).

Publications:

(PT) «António Carreira’s keyboard tentos and fantasias and their close relationship with Jacques Buus’s ricercari from his Libro primo (1547)» in Interpreting Historical Keyboard Music – Sources, Contexts and Performance (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013).

«A Formação orquestral durante o período final do Antigo Regime no contexto dos fundos musicais da Sé de Évora – o testemunho da obra de Ignácio António Ferreira de Lima» in Música instrumental no período final do Antigo Regime: contextos, circulação e repertórios (Lisboa: Colibri 2014).

«The recompositions of Buus´s ricercari from his Libro primo…(1547) in manuscript P-Cug MM 242 and the didactic processes of the friars of the Santa Cruz Monastery in Coimbra» in History Research (El Monte, California: David Publishing, 2014).

«The Verset and Fabordão Genres in the context of Music Manuscript 242 from The Coimbra University Library» in Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia (2/1 2015, pp. 41-60, ISSN 0871-9705, http://rpm-ns.pt).

Research Group:

Early Music Studies

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