La pràctica musical en la antiga Corona d'Aragò en els segles XVII-XIX. Vies per a la recuperació del patrimoni musical històric. 01: Catalunya i València

  • Bonastre Bertran, Francesc (Principal Investigator)
  • Llorens Vallès, Enrique (Scholar)
  • Pessarrodona Perez, Aurelia (Scholar)
  • Rife Santalo, Jordi (Scholar)
  • Calmell Piguillem, Cesar (Investigator)
  • Cazurra Basté, Anna (Researcher on contract)
  • González Rodriguez, Jaime (Investigator)

Project Details


Historical Musicology, born in the second half of the Nineteenth Century at German Universities, and laterly expanded at the rest of the European Continent (with Spain achieving a very late developmentin the Universitary Education System), was based mainly in the study of sources and the application of historic and philological methods to this kind of documents. This conception finished its research in the strictly musical docuemnt, the score. But the Music goes beyond, doesn't finish here. Score is only a instruction manual, which is necessary to study with critical sense and after this, give to the performers in order to achieve the necessary competence required for its fulfillment. We can't present our Historical Music in europe without this point of view, which is the core of our Research Porject
Effective start/end date1/12/021/12/05

Collaborative partners

  • The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) (lead)


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