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This is the blog to the research project “Musikleben des Spätmittelalters in der Region Österreich (1340-1520)” / “Musical Life of the late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region (1340-1520)”. We are using this blog to communicate little odds and ends, new findings, etc which emerge from the work on the Musical Life project as a byproduct. The results of the main research will be published on a separate website at a later stage (see below).

Reinhard Strohm, Birgit Lodes, Marc Lewon

Musical Life is a research project carried out at the Institute of Musicology, University of Vienna, by Prof. Birgit Lodes (University of Vienna) as research leader, Prof. em. Reinhard Strohm (University of Oxford) and cand. phil. Marc Lewon (University of Oxford).

The project is funded by the Austrian Research Foundation (Wissenschaftsfonds, FWF) and is running from November 1st, 2011 to May 1st, 2014. It explores the material and spiritual aspects of musical-cultural practice of the period 1340-1520 in the Habsburg territories and neighbouring areas. Results of the research will be published in the form of an interactive website with musical recordings, texts and images (technical support: Dr Robert Klugseder, Austrian Academy of Sciences).

The three main researchers and several expert collaborators are responsible for writing the chapters, many of which will focus on important archival documents, musical sources and iconography. Several ensembles specialising in early music performance, co-ordinated by Marc Lewon, will contribute recordings. An international team of expert advisers is available for guidance.

For enquiries, please contact reinhard.strohm@music.ox.ac.uk.

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