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João Pedro d'Alvarenga

Investigador integrado. Investigador FCT 2012.

Curriculum Vitae

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João Pedro d'Alvarenga

jp.alvarenga1@gmail.com

jp.alvarenga@fcsh.unl.pt


Domain of Specialization and Research Interests

Music Philology; Music Analysis; Source Studies; Paleography and Codicology; Early Music; Polyphony; Critical Editing.

Late-Fifteenth- to Early-Eighteenth-Century Sacred Vocal Music; Italian and Portuguese Early Keyboard Music; Style Analysis and Issues of Authorship Attribution; Acquisition and Circulation of Repertories especially in Early Modern Portugal and Spain; Liturgical Chant especially in relation with Polyphony; Studies in Liturgy; Rituals and Music for the Dead; Cultural Studies.

 

1. Education

      1.1. Academic

— Doctorate/Ph.D. in Music and Musicology, University of Évora, Portugal, awarded the top degree of ‘Approved with Distinction and Praise’, 2006

— Licentiateship in Musicology, Universidade Nova, Lisbon, with final grade average of 17 over 20, 1988

      1.2. Music Studies

— Gregorian Institute, Lisbon, 1979-1984

 

2. Professional Activity

    2.1. Current Situation

— Secretary of the Managing Board of CESEM-Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music) at the Universidade Nova, Lisbon, since January 2015

— Coordinator of the Research Group Early Music Studies, including supervision of the Thematic Line Music Palaeography and Editing  and the Music Palaeography and Editing Lab, CESEM-Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music) at the Universidade Nova, Lisbon, since March 2014

— FCT Investigator (Development Grant IF/00052/2012) affiliated with the FCSH (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities), Universidade Nova, Lisbon, since September 2013.

— Co-General Editor for the Portuguese Journal of Musicology, new series, <rpm-ns.pt>, since January 2012.

— Senior Research Fellow, CESEM-Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music) at the Universidade Nova, Lisbon, since January 2009.

 

    2.2. Previous Situation

— Post-Doctoral Fellow supported by the FCT-Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, Grant SFRH/BPD/65876/2009) at the CESEM-Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical (Centre for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music), 1 February 2010 - 31 January 2013; 1 February - 1 September 2013.

— Assistant Professor (Portuguese ‘Professor Auxiliar’, corresponding to the UK Lecturer), full-time, University of Évora, School of Arts, Department of Music, 17 March 2006 - 4 June 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 (Centre for the History of Art) at the University of Évora, July 2000 - February 2007.

— Visiting Professor, Polytechnic Institute, Oporto, ESMAE-Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo, Early Music Department, October 2005 - June 2006.

— Invited Assistant Teacher (Portuguese ‘Assistente Convidado’, similar to the US Lecturer), full-time, University of Évora, School of Arts, Department of Music, 17 November 1997 - 16 March 2006.

— Head of the Music Section, National Library of Portugal, 13 March 1991 - 16 November 1997.

 

     2.3. Publications (see also at <http://fcsh-unl.academia.edu/JoãoPedrodAlvarenga> for most of the abstracts and some complete publications)

 

Dissertation

2005    - Polifonia portuguesa sacra tardo-quinhentista: estudo de fontes e edição crítica do Livro de São Vicente, manuscrito P-Lf FSVL 1P/H-6, 2 vols. (Ph.D. Dissertation in Music and Musicology, University of Évora, 2005; revised version March 2006)

 

Books (Author)

2002    - Estudos de Musicologia (Lisbon, Colibri, Centro de História da Arte da Universidade de Évora)

1995    - Carlos Seixas: 12 Sonatas, facsimile edition of Ms P-Ln MM 5015 (Lisbon, Instituto da Biblioteca Nacional e do Livro)

 

Books (Editor)

2009    - ‘New Music’ 1400-1600: Papers from an International Colloquium on the Theory, Authorship and Transmission of Music in the Age of the Renaissance (Lisbon-Évora, 27-29 May 2003), co-edited with Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon, Évora, CESEM, Centro de História da Arte e Investigação Artística, Casa do Sul Editora)

1994    - Fábricas de sons: instrumentos de música europeus dos séculos XVI a XX (editor and co-author) (Milan, Lisbon, Electa, Lisboa '94)

1993    - João Domingos Bomtempo 1775–1842 (editor and co-author), Catálogo 41 (Lisbon, Instituto da Biblioteca Nacional e do Livro)

 

Chapters in Books

(i) In Press

2014    - ‘Some Identifying Features of Late Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Polyphony’, in Musical Exchanges, 1100-1650: Iberian Connections, edited by Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Kassel, Edition Reichenberger; to be published in 2015)

(ii) Published

2011    - ‘Manuscripts Oporto, Biblioteca Pública Municipal, MM 40 and MM 76-79: Their Origin, Date, Repertories, and Context’, in Pure Gold: Golden Age Sacred Music in the Iberian World. A Homage to Bruno Turner, edited by Tess Knighton and Bernadette Nelson (Kassel, Edition Reichenberger), pp. 27-58

2009    - ‘A polifonia na liturgia bracarense (primeira metade do século XVI)’, co-written with Rui Cabral Lopes, in A Catedral de Braga: Arte, Liturgia e Música, dos fins do século XI à época tridentina, edited by Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues and Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon, Arte das Musas, CESEM), pp. 152-195 (3rd revised and enlarged version of the article published in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 35-87)

2008    - ‘Domenico Scarlatti in the 1720s: Portugal, Travelling, and the Italianisation of the Portuguese Musical Scene’, in Domenico Scarlatti Adventures: Essays to Commemorate the 250th Anniversary of his Death, edited by Massimiliano Sala and W. Dean Sutcliffe, Ad Parnassum Studies 3 (Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni), pp. 17-68

2004    - ‘Towards an Understanding of Post-Tridentine Portuguese Polyphony, with Special Reference to the Motets of Manuel Cardoso (with an Analysis of “Non mortui” and “Sitivit anima mea”)’, in Escola de música da Sé de Évora (Évora, Eboræ Musica, Casa do Sul), pp. 143-202 (English version of the article published in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 105-152); revised English version, 2005, at <www.academia.edu/1363510>

2002a   - ‘Uma obra perdida de Duarte Lobo recuperada (e algumas notas sobre a melodia do hino Gloria, laus, et honor)’ [2002], in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 89-103

2002b  - ‘Fragmento de um breviário notado bracarense do século XIII’ [2001], in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 11-33

2002c   - ‘Para uma compreensão da polifonia portuguesa pós-tridentina, a propósito dos motetos de Fr. Manuel Cardoso (com uma análise de Non mortui e Sitivit anima mea)’ [2001], in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 105-152

2002d  - ‘Polifonia na liturgia bracarense: o Liber Introitus, primeiro testemunho quinhentista’ [1st version, with the colaboration of Rui Cabral Lopes, 1999-2000, unpublished], 2nd revised and enlarged version in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 35-87

2002e   - ‘Domenico Scarlatti, 1719-1729: o período português’ [1998], revised version of the article published in Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 7-8 (1997-98), pp. 95-132, in Estudos de Musicologia, pp. 153-188

1994    - ‘Percursos de um Museu Instrumental’, in Fábricas de sons: instrumentos de música europeus dos séculos XVI a XX, pp. 11-16

1992a   - ‘João Domingos Bomtempo (1775–1842): apontamentos biobibliográficos’, in Comemorações Seixas–Bomtempo (Lisbon, Secretaria de Estado da Cultura), pp. 23-31

1992b  - ‘A Música também é escrita’, in Tesouros da Biblioteca Nacional, ed. Maria Valentina Sul Mendes (Lisbon, Inapa), pp. 253-284

 

Articles in International Journals with Referees

(i) Under Review

2015    - ‘Allo stile dei musici di questa nazione: Balancing the Old and New in Portuguese Church Music from the 1720s and 30s’, Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis

2014    - ‘Fernando de Almeida (d. 1660): Tradition and Innovation in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Sacred Music’, co-written with João Vaz, Anuario Musical

(ii) Published

2015    - ‘On Performing Practices in Mid- to Late-Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Church Music: The Cappella of Évora Cathedral’, Early Music, 43/1 (2015), pp. 3-21, Advance Access publication 14 January 2015, doi: 10.1093/em/cau135

2013    - ‘A Neglected Anonymous Requiem Mass of the Early Sixteenth Century and its Possible Context’, Musica Disciplina, 57 (2012; published in 2013), pp. 155-189

2012    - ‘Carlos Seixas’s Harpsichord Concerto in G Minor: An Essay in Style Analysis and Authorship Attribution’, Ad Parnassum: A Journal of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music, 10/19 (2012), pp. 27-50

2011a   - ‘Manuscript Évora, Biblioteca Pública, Cód. CLI/1-3: Its Origin and Contents, and the Stemmata of Late-Sixteenth- and Early-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Sources’, Anuario Musical, 66 (2011), pp. 137-158, also at <http://anuariomusical.revistas.csic.es/index.php/anuariomusical/article/view/125/126>

2011b  - ‘‘To Make of Lisbon a New Rome’: The Repertory of the Patriarchal Church in the 1720s and 1730s’, Eighteenth-Century Music, 8/2 (2011), pp. 179-214, doi: 10.1017/S1478570611000042; ‘Corrigendum’, Eighteenth-Century Music, 9/2 (2012), p. 295, doi: 10.1017/S1478570612000309

2010    - ‘Some Notes on the Reception of Josquin and of Northern Idioms in Portuguese Music and Culture’, Journal of the Alamire Foundation, 2/1 (2010), pp. 69-89

2009    - ‘Some Preliminaries in Approaching Carlos Seixas' Keyboard Sonatas’, Ad Parnassum: A Journal of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music, 7/13 (2009), pp. 95-128

 

Articles in Portuguese Journals

2006    - ‘Carlos Seixas: um esboço biográfico e uma leitura sintética da sua obra’, Aguas Furtadas: Revista de Literatura, Música e Artes Visuais, 10 (October 2006), pp. 164-178

1998    - ‘Domenico Scarlatti, 1719-1729: o período português’, Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 7-8 (1997-98), pp. 95-132

1995    - ‘Sobre a autoria das obras para tecla atribuídas a João de Sousa Carvalho’, Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 4-5 (1994-95), pp. 115-145

1994    - ‘Obras inéditas de Carlos Seixas: breve notícia de uma nova fonte recentemente identificada’, Revista da Biblioteca Nacional, 2nd series, 9/2 (1994), pp. 177-180

 

Articles in Conference Proceedings

2012a   - ‘Handling of Form, Style Markers and Authorial Identity: Two Case Studies around the Work of Carlos Seixas’, in Anais do IV Encontro de Musicologia de Ribeirão Preto, edited by Rodolfo Coelho de Souza (Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Laboratório de Teoria e Análise Musicais), pp. 288-295; corrected version at <www.academia.edu/1902471>

2012b  - ‘O património histórico-musical português de finais do Antigo Regime: principais fundos e problemas relevantes de preservação, descrição e estudo’, in As Músicas Luso-Brasileiras no Final do Antigo Regime: Repertórios, Práticas e Representações, edited by Maria Elizabeth Lucas and Rui Vieira Nery, Estudos Musicológicos 35 (Lisbon, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda), pp. 61-75

2011    - ‘The Liber Introitus of Miguel da Fonseca, and a Possible Improvisatory Model’, co-written with Manuel Pedro Ferreira, in Heinrich Isaac and Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, edited by Stefan Gasch and David J. Burn (Turnhout, Brepols), pp. 81-121

2009    - ‘The Debate on Musical Aesthetics around 1600 and the Defensa de la mvsica moderna by King João IV (1649)’, in ‘New Music’ 1400-1600: Papers from an International Colloquium on the Theory, Authorship and Transmission of Music in the Age of the Renaissance (Lisbon-Évora, 27-29 May 2003), edited by João Pedro d’Alvarenga and Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon, Évora, CESEM, Centro de História da Arte e Investigação Artística, Casa do Sul), pp. 239-250

2008    - ‘Breves notas sobre a representação do meio-tom nos manuscritos litúrgicos medievais portugueses, ou o mito da «notação portuguesa»’, in Medieval Sacred Chant: from Japan to Portugal (Actas do Colóquio Internacional «Monodia sacra medieval», Lisboa-Évora, 2-5 de Junho, 2005), edited by Manuel Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon, CESEM, Colibri), pp. 203-219

1988    - ‘A música litúrgica na Sé de Braga, no século XVI: observações sobre o conhecimento actual’, in V Encontro Nacional de Musicologia: Actas. APEM: Boletim, 58, pp. 38-47

 

Articles in Dictionaries and Encyclopedias (Selection)

2006    - ‘Seixas, (José António) Carlos (de)’, in MGG - Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Allgemeine Enzyklopädie der Muzik, Zweite neubearbeitete Ausgabe, hg. Ludwig Finscher, Personenteil, Bd. 15 (Kassel, Stuttgart, Bärenreiter, Metzler)

1999    - ‘Baptista, Francisco Xavier’, in MGG - Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Allgemeine Enzyklopädie der Muzik, Zweite neubearbeitete Ausgabe, hg. Ludwig Finscher, Personenteil, Bd. 1 (Kassel, Stuttgart, Bärenreiter, Metzler)

1998    - ‘Seixas, Carlos’, in Nova Enciclopédia Larousse, vol. 20 (Lisbon, Círculo de Leitores)

1997    - ‘Bomtempo, João Domingos’, in Nova Enciclopédia Larousse, vol. 4 (Lisbon, Círculo de Leitores)

 

Other Minor Publications (Selection)

2014a   - ‘Eine Pretiose des portugiesischen Orgelbarock: Die Orgel (1765) in São Vicente de Fora zu Lissabon’, Organ: Journal für die Orgel, 17/3 (2014), pp. 12-16

2014b  - Text in CD booklet Concerti e Sonate di Carlos Seixas (CD, Milano, La Bottega Discantica, forthcoming)

2013    - ‘Aranda, Mateus de, Tractado de canto mensurable: y contrapuncto, Lisboa: German Galhard, 1535’, in Tratados de Arte em Portugal, edited by Ana Maria Rodrigues (within the project PTDC/EAT/100496/2008), to be published online

2011    - ‘Fernando de Almeida e a música em Portugal em meados de Seiscentos’, text in CD booklet Fernando de Almeida: Responsórios de Quinta-feira Santa, Missa ferial (CD Althum A004)

2010    - Review of ‘Manuel Pedro Ferreira, Cantus coronatus: 7 cantigas d'El-Rei D. Dinis / by King Dinis of Portugal, De Musica 10 (Kassel, Edition Reichenberger, 2005)’, in Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 14-15 (2004-5; published 2010), pp. 243-248

2008a   - Text to the programme of the inaugural recital of the new Organ built by Dinarte Machado, Church of St John the Evangelist, Jesuit College, Funchal, Portugal, 23 November 2008 (Funchal, DRAC)

2008b  - ‘Portugal & Italia’, text in CD booklet Portugal & Italia: os órgãos das Igrejas da Misericórdia e de Santiago de Tavira (CD, Assoc. Música XXI, Direcção Regional de Cultura do Algarve)

2007a   - ‘Música alemã para órgão na idade de ouro’, text in CD booklet Dieterich Buxtehude / Johann Pachelbel (CD, Juventude Musical Portuguesa)

2007b  - ‘Pero de Gamboa (1563?-1638): Motetos; Lourenço Ribeiro (fl. 1595): Missa pro Defunctis’, text in CD booklet Pero de Gamboa (1563?-1638): Motetos; Lourenço Ribeiro (fl. 1595): Missa pro Defunctis (CD Portugaler 1017-2, Lisbon, Audiopro)

2007c   - ‘Dieterich Buxtehude’ and ‘O Órgão da Sé Catedral de Faro’, texts in CD booklet Dieterich Buxtehude (1637-1707): Órgão da Sé Catedral de Faro (CD, Lisbon, Academia de Música de Santa Cecília)

2007d  - ‘Martin Codax: Cantiga 1’; ‘Anónimo: Niña era la Infanta’; ‘D. Pedro de Cristo: Lacrimans sitivit anima mea’; ‘João Lourenço Rebelo: Magnificat a 13 vozes (1639)’; ‘Pedro de Araújo: Batalha de 6.º tom’; ‘João Domingos Bomtempo: Requiem, Op. 23’, in Obras de referência da Cultura Portuguesa: Música, Centro Nacional de Cultura, at <http://www.e-cultura.pt/>

2006    - ‘Uma brevíssima história do concerto setecentista’; ‘Mozart e o concerto’; ‘As sinfonias de Mozart’; ‘Sobre a música de câmara’; ‘O Requiem, K. 626’, texts in CD booklets Mozart, 1756-2006 (7 CDs, Lisbon, Corda Seca, Público, Nov.-Dec. 2006)

2003    - Text in CD booklet Carlos Seixas: Música sacra (CD Portugaler 2010-2, Lisbon, Audiopro)

2002    - Text in CD booklet Carlos Seixas: Concerto, Sonatas (CD Portugaler 2003-2, Lisbon, Audiopro)

1997a   - ‘Música sacra no tempo de D. Maria I: obras de João de Sousa Carvalho e José Joaquim dos Santos’, in XVIII Jornadas de Música Antiga: do Barroco aos pós-Barrocos (Lisbon, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian), pp. 50-56

1997b  - ‘José Joaquim dos Santos: Stabat Mater e Miserere’, text in CD booklet José Joaquim dos Santos: Stabat Mater, Miserere (CD Mov. 3-11051, Lisbon, Movieplay)

1996a   - Text in CD booklet João de Sousa Carvalho, Luciano Xavier dos Santos, José Joaquim dos Santos: Obras sacras (CD Mov. 3-11044, Lisbon, Movieplay)

1996b  - Review of ‘João de Sousa Carvalho: Orchestral works, Sinfonia B, dir. César Viana, CD EMI-Classics 5-56422-2’, in Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, 6 (1996), pp. 181-82

1996c   - Introduction to João Domingos Bomtempo: Requiem à memória de Camões Op. 23, edited by Christopher Bochmann (Lisbon, Musicoteca)

1995a   - Text in CD booklet Carlos Seixas: 12 sonatas (CD Philips 528-572-2, Lisbon, Polygram)

1995b  - Texts in CD booklet Portugaliae Monumenta Organica, II: Historic organs in Lisbon (2 CDs Philips 528-582-2, Lisbon, Polygram)

1995c   - João Domingos Bomtempo: Matuttino de' Morti, programme for the 1st modern audition, 15.º Festival dos Capuchos, 21 de July 1995

1995d  - Text in CD booklet Carlos Seixas: Harpsichord Concerto, Sinfonia, Harpsichord Sonatas (CD Virgin Veritas 5-45114-2, Lisbon, EMI-Valentim de Carvalho)

1994a   - ‘Carlos Seixas: nota biográfica’, text in CD booklet Carlos Seixas: Missa, Dixit Dominus, Tantum ergo, Organ Sonatas (CD Virgin Veritas VC 5-45115-2, Lisbon, EMI-Valentim de Carvalho)

1994b  - ‘Instrumentos históricos do Museu da Música em Lisboa’, text in CD booklet Fábricas de Sons (CD Philips 446-294-2, Lisbon, Polygram)

1994c   - Text in CD booklet Música orquestral portuguesa dos sécs. XVIII e XIX (CD Koch 3-1511-2 H1, Koch-Schwann)

 

Editions of Music (Selection)

(i) In Progress

- Cristóbal de Morales: four-voice Requiem mass, critical edition

- Carlos Seixas: The Complete Sonatas, critical edition (co-edited with João Vaz)

(ii) Published

2014    - Manuel Mendes (d. 1605): Missa pro defunctis (P-LAp Liv. 143, added final gathering, fols. [1]v-[15]r)

2010    - Giovanni Giorgi: Lauda Jerusalem concertato a due voci con ripieni a 8 (1761) (for the Music Service of the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon)

2008a   - Pedro de Escobar, Stabat mater dolorosa; [Pedro de Escobar], Fatigatus Iesus; Pedro de Escobar/Gonçalo de Baena, Clamabat autem mulier; Miguel da Fonseca, Dominus dixit ad me e In splendoribus sanctorum, 5 vv; Aires Fernandes, Circumdederunt me; Bartolomeu Trosilho, Dies mei transierunt; António Carreira, Stabat mater dolorosa; Anonymous (P-Pm MM 40), Pange, lingua, gloriosi; Anonymous (P-Cug MM 32), Incipiunt Lamentationes Ieremiae Prophetae, in Antologia de Música em Portugal na Idade Média e no Renascimento, edited by Manuel Pedro Ferreira, 2 vols. (Lisbon, CESEM, Arte das Musas)

2008b  - Francisco António de Almeida: In dedicatione templi, motetto a 4 con concerti

2007    - João Domingos Bomtempo: Quinteto Op. 16 (Lisbon, Direcção-Geral das Artes)

2006    - Lourenço Ribeiro (d. c. 1606): Missa pro defunctis (P-BRd Ms. 965, ff. 50v-65r) (for the Music Service of the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon)

2004a   - Pero de Gamboa (1563?-1638): Motetos (Lisbon, Caleidoscópio, Centro de História da Arte da Universidade de Évora)

2004b  - Francisco António de Almeida: Miserere quatuor vocibus; Lamentatio prima in Sabbato Sancto; Justus ut palma, motetto a 4 concertato; Si quaeris miracula, responsorio a 4 concertato

2003a   - Carlos Seixas: Concerto para cravo em sol menor

2003b  - Carlos Seixas: Hodie nobis caelorum rex, responsorio a 5

2002    - João de Sousa Carvalho: Sonata em Ré maior

1998a   - Domenico Scarlatti: Laetatus sum a 2 con ripieni; Te gloriosus, motetto a 4

1998b  - Carlos Seixas: Sicut cedrus, responsorio a 4

1997a   - Carlos Seixas: Ardebat Vincentius, responsorio a 8

1997b  - João Rodrigues Esteves, Custodivit illum Dominus, responsorio a 8

1997c   - António Teixeira: Responsoria I-III in Festo S. Vincentii

1995    - Carlos Seixas: 12 Sonatas (Lisbon, Musicoteca)

1989    - Dom Pedro da Esperança (+1660): four Christmas Responsories, transcribed and edited with continuo realization, Mapa Mundi, Series A, 76 (Lochs, Vanderbeek & Imrie)

 

Conference Papers (*Published, or submitted for publication; see Articles)

2014a   - ‘The Office of the Dead in Portuguese Medieval Uses: Évora and Santa Cruz in Coimbra’, III Simpósio Internacional de Música Ibero-Americana, jointly organized by the Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), and Universidade do Estado do Amazonas (Brazil), Lisbon, 12-15 October 2014

2014b  - ‘Portuguese Polyphonic Settings of the Mass for the Dead from the Mid-Sixteenth to the Early Seventeenth Century: Convention and Innovation in Style and Structure’ (as part of a day-session on ‘Analysing the Early Mass and Office for the Dead’ organized by David J. Burn and Katelijne Schiltz), 8th EuroMAC-European Music Analysis Conference, Katholiek Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 17-21 September 2014

2014c   - ‘Patterns for Sixteenth- to Early-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Polyphonic Settings of the Requiem Mass’, Medieval & Renaissance Music Conference, University of Birmingham, UK, 3-6 July 2014

2013    - ‘On Performance Practices in Mid- to Late-Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Church Music: The Cappella of Évora Cathedral’, Medieval & Renaissance Music Conference, Centro Studi sull’Ars Nova Italiana del Trecento, Certaldo, Italy, 4-7 July 2013*

2012a   - ‘Handling of Form, Style Markers and Authorial Identity: Two Case Studies around the Work of Carlos Seixas’, IV Encontro de Musicologia de Ribeirão Preto, Universidade de São Paulo, Campus de Ribeirão Preto, Brazil, 29-31 July 2012*

2012b  - ‘Fernando de Almeida (d.1660): Tradition and Innovation in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Music’, co-presented with João Vaz, 15th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, University of Southampton, UK, 11-15 July 2012*

2012c   - ‘Some Identifying Features of Late Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Polyphony (And Some New Authorship Attributions)’ (part of the round-table ‘European Identity and Peripheral Condition in Early Iberian Music’), 19th Congress of the IMS-International Musicological Society, Rome, Italy, 1-7 July 2012*

2011    - ‘Carlos Seixas’s Harpsichord Concerto in G Minor: An Essay in Style Analysis and Authorship Attribution’, 1st International Conference on Historical Keyboard Music: Sources, Contexts, and Performance, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 1-3 July 2011*

2010a   - ‘Manuscript Évora, Biblioteca Pública, Cód. CLI/1-3: Its Origin and Contents, and the Stemmata of Late Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Sources’, XVII Convegno della Società Italiana di Musicologia, Pisa, Italy, 29-31 October 2010*

2010b  - ‘Manuscript Oporto, Biblioteca Pública Municipal, MM 40: Its Origin, Date, Repertories, and Context’, Medieval & Renaissance Music Conference, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, 5-8 July 2010*

2010c   - ‘The Repertory of the Patriarchal Church of Lisbon in the 1720s and 1730s, and an Early-Eighteenth-Century Reworking of a Late-Sixteenth-Century Piece of Polyphony’, 14th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 30 June-4 July 2010*

2009a   - ‘Some Notes on the Reception of Josquin and of Northern Idioms in Portuguese Music and Culture’, Medieval & Renaissance Music Conference, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1-4 July 2009*

2009b  - ‘The Liber Introitus of Miguel da Fonseca, and a Possible Improvisatory Model’, with Manuel Pedro Ferreira, International Colloquium “Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass in the Middle Ages and Renaissance”, Faculty of Arts, Katholiek Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 16-18 January 2009*

2008a   - ‘Some Preliminaries on Editing Seixas’s Keyboard Sonatas’, 13th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, University of Leeds, UK, 2-6 July 2008*

 

Invited Talks (*Published, or submitted for publication; see Articles)

2014a   - ‘“Allo stile dei musici di questa nazione”: Balancing the Old and New in Portuguese Church Music from the 1720s and 30s’, International Symposium of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel, Switzerland, 20-23 November 2014

2014b  - ‘Práticas de execução da música sacra em Portugal na segunda metade do século XVI’, Curso Internacional de Música Antiga ESMAE/ESML, Palácio Nacional de Mafra, 14 April 2014

2012    - ‘A Neglected Anonymous Requiem Mass of the Early Sixteenth Century and its Possible Context’, International Colloquium ‘Musical Exchanges 1100-1650’, CESEM, Lisbon, 21-23 June 2012*

2010    - ‘O códice CLI/1-3 da Biblioteca Pública de Évora e a transmissão de repertório nas fontes portuguesas de finais do século XVI’, CESEM, A Música em Contexto, 9 June 2010

2009    - ‘Aspectos da recepção de Josquin e de idiomas norte-europeus na cultura e na música portuguesas’, UnIMeM, University of Évora, Colégio Mateus d’Aranda, 22 June 2009

2008a   - ‘O património histórico-musical português de finais do Antigo Regime: principais fundos e problemas relevantes de preservação, descrição e estudo’, Colóquio Luso-Brasileiro «As Músicas Luso-Brasileiras no Final do Antigo Regime: Repertórios, Práticas e Representações», Lisbon, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 7-9 June 2008*

2008b  - ‘A propósito das sonatas de Carlos Seixas: fontes e crítica textual’, Lisbon, CESEM, 28 February 2008

2005    - ‘A oratória e a retórica como instrumento e estratégia de análise para o repertório do Barroco final’, Oporto, ESMAE, March 2005

2004a   - ‘As sonatas de Carlos Seixas: interpretação e crítica textual’, with Ana Mafalda Castro, Oporto, ESMAE, September 2004

2004b  - ‘Fontes e crítica textual para uma nova edição das sonatas de Carlos Seixas’, with João Vaz, Coimbra, University, June 2004

 

       2.4. Recording Production (director of recording and editing unless otherwise stated)

2008 - Portugal & Italia: os órgãos das Igrejas da Misericórdia e de Santiago de Tavira, João Vaz, organ (Assoc. Música XXI, Direcção Regional de Cultura do Algarve, 2008)

2007a - Dieterich Buxtehude / Johann Pachelbel, João Vaz, organ (Juventude Musical Portuguesa, 2007)

2007b - Dieterich Buxtehude (1637-1707): Órgão da Sé Catedral de Faro, Rui Paiva, organ (Direcção Regional de Cultura do Algarve / Academia de Música de Santa Cecília, 2007)

2007c - Pero de Gamboa (1563?-1638): Motetos; Lourenço Ribeiro (fl. 1595): Missa pro Defunctis, Gulbenkian Choir, Jorge Matta, dir. (Portugaler, 1017-2, 2007) (recording in 2006)

2007d - Vilancicos negros do século XVI, Gulbenkian Choir, Jorge Matta, dir. (Portugaler, 1016-2, 2007) (recording in 2006)

2006 - Música para o Teatro de Gil Vicente, Segréis de Lisboa, dir. Manuel Morais (Portugaler, 2007-2, 2006) (recording, with João Vaz, in 2003; editing in 2005)

2005 - Organa vocis – Órgãos históricos: Igreja Matriz de Machico, Igreja Paroquial do Porto da Cruz, Rui Paiva, organ (Capella 2015-2, 2005)

2003 - Carlos Seixas: música sacra, Segréis de Lisboa, Choir Lisboa Cantat, J. Smith, N. Kennedy, N. Domingues, M. Alves, A. W. Diniz, J. Vaz, dir. Manuel Morais (Portugaler 2010-2, 2003) (recording with João Vaz)

2002 - António Carreira: tentos & fantasias, João Vaz, organ (Portugaler 2004-2, 2002) (recording in 2001)

1998a - João de Sousa Carvalho: Te Deum (1769), Arte Real Ensemble, Choir Ricercare, dir. Ketil Haugsand (Resonare Rec. RR10005, RR10006)

1998b - Música sacra: o órgão da Sé Catedral do Funchal, J. Vaz, organ, A. Ferraz, soprano (PolyGram, CD Philips 538 159-2)

1997a - José Joaquim dos Santos: Stabat mater, Miserere, Segréis de Lisboa, Coro de Camara de la Universidad de Salamanca, J. Smith, A. do Ó, S. Teixeira, R. Taveira, A. W. Diniz, dir. Manuel Morais (Movieplay, CD Mov. 3-11051)

1997b - Música na Corte de D. João V: cantatas humanas a solo e a duo, A. Ferraz, A. do Ó, Segréis de Lisboa, dir. Manuel Morais (Movieplay, CD EMP 1016)

1996 - Bach, Bomtempo, Mendelsshon, Chopin: Fantasias, Nella Maissa, piano (PolyGram, CD Philips 454-308-2)

1995a - João de Sousa Carvalho, Luciano Xavier dos Santos, José Joaquim dos Santos: Obras Sacras, Segréis de Lisboa, Coro de Camara de la Universidad de Salamanca, J. Smith, A. do Ó, R. Taveira, A. W. Diniz, dir. Manuel Morais (Movieplay, CD Mov. 3-11044)

1995b - Carlos Seixas: 12 Sonatas, Rui Paiva, harpsichord (PolyGram, CD Philips 528-572-2)

1995c - Música portuguesa para tecla dos séculos XVI e XVII, Ana Mafalda Castro, harpsichord (EMI-VC, CD EMI Classics 5-69713-2)

1994 - Carlos Seixas: Harpsichord Concerto, Sinfonia, Harpsichord Sonatas, Ketil Haugsand, harpsichord (EMI-VC, CD Virgin Veritas 5-45114-2)

 

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