Czech team, La Morra and Schola Gregoriana Pragensis in three radio broadcasts

Appearances by David Eben and Lenka Hlávková on the Czech radio programme “Musica Antiqua” can now be heard online. The two members of the Prague team presented current research on music of the the 14th and 15th centuries as well as new recordings released by the Associated Partners of SoundMe Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and La Morra. The programmes were broadcasted between 3 June and 16 September 2018 and were aimed at a non-specialist audience and conducted  in Czech. Listen to → Carolus IV. – Rex et Imperator (1/2) Listen to → Carolus IV. – Rex et Imperator (2/2) Listen to → La Morra: Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz

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Manon Louviot winner of best poster prize at HERA ECR Event

An important aim of the → HERA Early Career Researchers event in Smolenice (Slovakia, 23-26 September 2018) was to facilitate interdisciplinary conversations around Uses of the Past. For that purpose, each participant designed a poster on his or her individual research project. All posters were evaluated by a jury composed of the organizers of the event. Manon Louviot won the prize for best poster together with an award of € 200.In addition, she was invited, together with post-doctoral researcher Grażyna Baranowska of the → MELA project, to present the outcomes of the ECR event to the HERA board in November 2018. Click on the poster to magnify it.

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SoundMe at the Long Night of Museums Lübeck

Being an affiliated member of the Zentrum für Kulturwissenschaftliche Forschung Lübeck (ZKFL), Christine Roth presented her research on the uses of the past in Northern German Lutheran music of the 16th and early 17th centuries at the ZKFL during the Long Night of Museums Lübeck on 25 and 26 August 2018. The programme can be found → here.

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Christine Roth conducts further research at the Herzog August Library

Christine Roth is spending six weeks at the Herzog August Library in Wolfenbüttel, in the first instalment of a three-month extension of her earlier research fellowship awarded her by the world-famous cultural repository in Wolfenbüttel. At the moment she continues research on Lutheran music collections and investigates the notion of the past in the 16th and early 17th century by studying historiographical treatises of the time. She is also working on several chapters of her PhD thesis.

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Antonio Chemotti gave a public lecture

Antonio Chemotti present his SoundMe research at the University of Regensburg, in a seminar convened by Prof. Dr. Katelijne Schiltz. Chemotti will deliver a paper about musical past and regionalism in early modern Silesia. The lecture took place on 12 June in Regensburg.  

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