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João Pedro d’Alvarenga

INTEGRATED RESEARCHER

João Pedro d’Alvarenga

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CESEM Position: Integrated researcher
Principal Researcher
jp.alvarenga@fcsh.unl.pt
Biography:

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Current Situation

Executive Secretary of the Managing Board of CESEM since January 2015; Coordinator of the Early Music Studies Research Group, including supervision of the Thematic Line Music Palaeography and Editing and the Music Palaeography and Editing Lab, since March 2014; Senior Research Fellow of CESEM since January 2009.

Previous Situation

FCT Investigator (development level/Principal Researcher, IF/00052/2012), 2 September 2013-1 September 2018; Co-General Editor for the Portuguese Journal of Musicology, 2012-2015, and Editor, 1996-1998; Post-Doctoral Fellow supported by the FCT (SFRH/BPD/65876/2009) at the CESEM, February 1, 2010-September 1, 2013; Professor Auxiliar, University of Évora, School of Arts, Department of Music, March 17, 2006-June 4, 2011; Coordinator, Unidade de Investigação em Música e Musicologia (Research Unit in Music and Musicology), University of Évora, February 2007-January 2009; Research Fellow, Centro de História da Arte at the University of Évora, July 2000-February 2007; Visiting Professor, Polytechnic Institute of Oporto, ESMAE, Early Music Department, October 2005-June 2006; Assistente Convidado, full-time, University of Évora, Department of Music, November 17, 1997-March 16 2006; Director for the settlement of the National Music Museum in Lisbon, Sociedade Lisboa ’94, 1993-1994; Head of the Music Section, National Library of Portugal, March 13, 1991-November 16, 1997.

Academic Education

Doctorate degree in Music and Musicology, University of Évora, Portugal, awarded the top degree of ‘Approved with Distinction and Praise’ by unanimous vote of the evaluation committee, March 16, 2006; Licentiateship in Musicology, NOVA FCSH, with final grade average of 17 over 20, 1988.

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Current Situation

Executive Secretary of the Managing Board of CESEM since January 2015; Coordinator of the Early Music Studies Research Group, including supervision of the Thematic Line Music Palaeography and Editing and the Music Palaeography and Editing Lab, since March 2014; FCT Investigator (Development Grant IF/00052/2012) affiliated with the NOVA FCSH since September 2013; Senior Research Fellow of CESEM since January 2009.

Previous Situation

Co-General Editor for the Portuguese Journal of Musicology, 2012-2015, and Editor, 1996-1998; Post-Doctoral Fellow supported by the FCT (SFRH/BPD/65876/2009) at the CESEM, February 1, 2010-September 1, 2013; Professor Auxiliar, University of Évora, School of Arts, Department of Music, March 17, 2006-June 4, 2011; Coordinator, Unidade de Investigação em Música e Musicologia (Research Unit in Music and Musicology), University of Évora, February 2007-January 2009; Research Fellow, Centro de História da Arte at the University of Évora, July 2000-February 2007; Visiting Professor, Polytechnic Institute of Oporto, ESMAE, Early Music Department, October 2005-June 2006; Assistente Convidado, full-time, University of Évora, Department of Music, November 17, 1997-March 16 2006; Director for the settlement of the National Music Museum in Lisbon, Sociedade Lisboa ’94, 1993-1994; Head of the Music Section, National Library of Portugal, March 13, 1991-November 16, 1997.

Academic Education

Doctorate degree in Music and Musicology, University of Évora, Portugal, awarded the top degree of ‘Approved with Distinction and Praise’ by unanimous vote of the evaluation committee, March 16, 2006; Licentiateship in Musicology, NOVA FCSH, with final grade average of 17 over 20, 1988.

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Publications:

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João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Juan de Anchieta and the Iberian Motet around 1500”, Acta Musicologica, 91/1 (2019), pp. 21-47.

João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Portugal”, in The Cambridge Companion to the Harpsichord, edited by Mark Kroll (Cambridge – New York, Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 165-184.

João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Allo stile dei musici di questa nazione: Balancing the Old and New in Portuguese Church Music from the 1720s and 1730s”, Basler Jahrbuch für Historische Musikpraxis, 38 (2014; published in 2018), pp. 33-53.

João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “The Office of the Dead in Portuguese Medieval Uses”, Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, nova série, 4/1 (2017), pp. 167-204, <http://rpm-ns.pt/index.php/rpm/article/view/317/506>.

João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Patterns for Sixteenth- to Early-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Polyphonic Settings of the Requiem Mass”, in Música e História: Estudos em homenagem a Manuel Carlos de Brito, ed. Manuel Pedro Ferreira and Teresa Cascudo (Lisboa, CESEM – Colibri, 2017), pp. 53-76.

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João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Juan de Anchieta and the Iberian Motet around 1500”, Acta Musicologica, 91/1 (2019), pp. 21-47 João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Portugal”, in The Cambridge Companion to the Harpsichord, edited by Mark Kroll (Cambridge – New York, Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 165-184 João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Allo stile dei musici di questa nazione: Balancing the Old and New in Portuguese Church Music from the 1720s and 1730s”, Basler Jahrbuch für Historische Musikpraxis, 38 (2014; published in 2018), pp. 33-53. João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “The Office of the Dead in Portuguese Medieval Uses”, Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, nova série, 4/1 (2017), pp. 167-204, <http://rpm-ns.pt/index.php/rpm/article/view/317/506>. João Pedro d’Alvarenga, “Patterns for Sixteenth- to Early-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Polyphonic Settings of the Requiem Mass”, in Música e História: Estudos em homenagem a Manuel Carlos de Brito, ed. Manuel Pedro Ferreira and Teresa Cascudo (Lisboa, CESEM – Colibri, 2017), pp. 53-76.

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Research Group:

Early Music Studies (coordinator)

Thematic Lines and Research Nucleuses:

Music Palaeography and Editing (coordinator)