La intervención musical en las exequias reales de la catedral de Cuenca (1598-1621)
Author(s)de la Fuente Charfolé, José Luis
KeywordsHistory of music
Margaret of Austria
Historia de la Música
Margarita de Austria
History (General) and history of Europe
DOAJ:History and Archaeology
Social sciences (General)
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AbstractThe article discusses the uniqueness of music in the office of the dead from a first look at Funeral acts that took place in the cathedral of Cuenca between 1598 and 1621, related to the deaths of Philip II, Margaret of Austria and Philip III: ceremonies of marked magnificence, repeated in major Spanish cities. After analyzing your organization the article includes the transcription of five documents that contain data associated unpublished historical and artistic interest.<br><br>El artículo discute la unicidad musical en el oficio de difuntos a partir de un primer acercamiento a los actos exequiales que tuvieron lugar en la catedral de Cuenca entre 1598 y 1621, relacionados con los óbitos de Felipe II, Margarita de Austria y Felipe III: ceremonias de acusada magnificencia, reiteradas en las principales capitales españolas. Tras el análisis de su organización el artículo incluye la transcripción de cinco documentos asociados que contienen datos inéditos de interés histórico y artístico.
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