Students at Royal Holloway,
University of London Royal Holloway,
University of London

New Research on Spanish Renaissance Music

Urbana, IL, January 1997


New Research on Spanish Renaissance Music
a conference to be held at
The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
Friday evening and Saturday,
January 24 and 25

        Friday, 7:00 p.m.

Kenneth Kreitner (University of Memphis), "The Date(s) of the Cancionero de
la Colombina"

Roberta Schwartz (University of Illinois), "The Manuscripts Tarazona 2/3 and
Seville 5-5-20: A Reconsideration of Connections"

Reception to follow.

        Saturday, 10:00 a.m.

Emilio Ros-Fabregas (Boston University), "Fray Ambrosio Montesino and Pious
Musical Entertainment at the Court of Queen Isabella"

Wolfgang Freis (University of Chicago), "By Authority or Experience?
Theories, Proof, and Dissent in Spanish Music Theory, 1508-1614"

Todd Borgerding (University of Michigan), "Francisco Guerrero's 1570 Motet
Book and the 'Tridentine Musical Style'"


        Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Louise K. Stein (University of Michigan), "Escuela de destemplanza e
incentivo de lascivia: Sixteenth-Century Spanish Theater and its Music"

John Walter Hill (University of Illinois), "Rasgueado Guitar Accompaniment
as Model for the Basso Continuo of Early Recitative"

All conference sessions will be held in the Reading Room of the Levis
Faculty Center, 919 West Illinois Street, Urbana, Illinois.  Parking will
be available on Illinois Street, in the lot to the south of the Levis
Center, and in the lot across Oregon Street, which boarders the Levis
Center on the south.  Conference participants should enter the Levis
Center through the north door, on Illinois Street. Visitors from out of
town should approach Urbana on I-74 and take the Lincoln Avenue Exit
south.  Turn right (west) on Illinois Street, which is the first street
after Green Street, where there is a stop light. The Levis Center is on
Illinois in the second block west of Lincoln, on the south side.  The
Reading Room is on the first floor of the Center.  All conference sessions
are free and open to the public. 

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