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Session 3A: Analyzing the Renaissance Polyphonic Mass and Office of the Dead

Saturday 20 September
Session Convenors: Katelijne Schiltz/David Burn

10.00     David J. Burn/Katelijne Schiltz
Welcome and Introduction

Keynote Session
Chair: Barbara Haggh-Huglo                                  

10.15     John Milsom
“Lux aeterna luceat eis”: Understanding Polyphonic Craft in Requiem Masses from Pierre de la Rue to Victoria

11.15     coffee break

Subsession 1
Chair: Barbara Haggh-Huglo

11.45     Honey Meconi
La Rue’s Requiem as Chronological Touchstone

12.15     Tess Knighton
The Missa Pro Defunctis by Pedro de Escobar: Transitions and Transformations

12.45     lunch break

Subsession 2

Chair: Barbara Haggh-Huglo                                  

14.15     João Pedro d’Alvarenga
Portuguese Polyphonic Settings of the Mass for the Dead from the Mid-16th to the Early 17th Century: Convention and Innovation in Style and Structure

14.45     Bernadette Nelson
‘The Lisbon Requiem’: Contexts, Traditions, Development, Influences

15.15     coffee break

15.45     Antonio Chemotti
Analyzing Polyphonic Settings for the Absolution

16.15     Franz Körndle
‘Die Vigilie auf Römisch’: Lasso’s Second Set of Job Lessons and its Liturgical Use

16.45     coffee break

Subsession 3
Chair: Barbara Haggh-Huglo

17.15     Margaret Bent
Ockeghem’s Requiem, and Du Fay

18.00     Fabrice Fitch
Ockeghem’s Requiem, and Du Fay: Response

18.30     David J. Burn/Katelijne Schitz
Closing Discussion