Next 30 November I will be giving a Historical Soundscape walking tour through some of Évora’s historical centre streets. This is the closing activity of the I International Research Meeting for Music and Musicology Students, which will take place at …

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This two-verse polyphonic setting of the hymn Stabat Mater dolorosa  is attributed to Portuguese composer Estêvão de Brito (c.1575-1641) and is now preserved in a 18th-century copied choirbook in Málaga Cathedral, where Brito was chapel master in the beginning of …

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In late July and early August of 2012 I helped organizing the Festival Iberian Music 16th & 17th Centuries in Angra do Heroísmo (Terceira Island, Azores), a five-concert marathon during a week in the churches of the city that have …

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