Azorean musicologist based at the University of Évora (Portugal). This website includes his research portfolio, news about his work, musical editions of polyphony and ensemble performance.

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    The blog posts of this page are now published in a new website especially dedicated to polyphony, sacred music and early music in general. The Canto Mensurable blog (ISSN 2184-9307) also publishes guest posts.

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    Transcription and edition of Portuguese sacred vocal polyphony and 18th to 19th-century sacred music works. Mostly in digital format available on online stores. Free download editions also available.

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    Performance activity developed mostly as director and singer of Ensemble Eborensis, Ensemble Mensurable, Ensemble da Sé de Angra, and Cappella Angrensis between 2012 and 2016.

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❧ Luís Henriques is a musicologist currently at the University of Évora, collaborator of CESEM, MPMP and ACROARTE. He was a scholarship holder in the project ORFEUS and is a researcher at the project PASEV “Patrimonialization of Évora’s Soundscape (1540-1910)”. He founded Ensemble da Sé de Angra and Ensemble Eborensis, recorded a CD with performances in Portugal, Azores and France. His research interests centre in the 16th and 17th-centuries Portuguese sacred vocal polyphony in Alentejo and music in the Azores archipelago ☙

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Volume on Art & Heritage in final stage

It has now entered in the final stage of pre-printing of the volume comprising a selection of papers presented in

Edition of Francesco Soriano’s Magnificat Primi Toni

It has now been published in the repository, through the Canto Mensurable editions the Magnificat Primi Toni (odd verses) by

Edition of Filipe de Magalhães’ Magnificat Sexti Toni

It has now been published at the repository the edition of Portuguese composer Filipe de Magalhães’ Magnificat Sexti Toni [odd

Meeting Musical Heritage in Évora Cathedral

Photos from the the visit to the high-choir and music manuscript room of Évora Cathedral in the “Encontros com o

Visit to 18th-Century Music Manuscripts of Évora Cathedral

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Edition of Francisco José Perdigão’s motets for Advent

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