Thesis defense by Manon Louviot at Utrecht University

On 18 December 2019 at 10.30 am, SoundMe team member Manon Louviot defended her PhD thesis in the Senaatszaal of the Academiegebouw, Utrecht. Congratulations!

The title of the dissertation is “Controlling Space, Disciplining Voice – The Congregation of Windesheim and Fifteenth-Century Monastic Reform in Northern Germany and the Low Countries”.

Read more about it on the → Utrecht University website.

Read Manon’s thesis → here.

Thesis defense by SoundMe member Christine Roth

Christine Roth defended her PhD thesis, entitled “Traditionsbindungen in der lutherischen Musikkultur des 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhunderts. Studien zu Repertoire und Kontexten” at the University of Zurich – congratulations!

Page from a musical ‘album amicorum’ with motets (photo: Ratsbücherei Lüneburg).

Page from a musical ‘album amicorum’ with motets (photo: Ratsbücherei Lüneburg).

The Prague Team, Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and La Morra revive the musical life of medieval students

On Tuesday, 24 September, the last concert of the Sound Memories project took place at the church of Our Lady of the Snows in Prague, one of the highlights of Gothic architecture in the Czech capital.

The programme “Seven Days at Prague University” presented mostly unknown music which was part of the everyday life of medieval students and academics, and is based on the long-time research of Jan Ciglbauer.

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