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"Truly Qualified": The Transnational Reception of Giovanni Rovetta's Music in Seventeenth-Century Europe
Early modern Venice flourished artistically and musically as one of the most cosmopolitan cities in all of Europe, and the Basilica of St. Mark’s represented the visual and musical power of La Serenissima. Giovanni Rovetta, ...
Musical multiplicities: The lives and reception of four post-Romantic women
Many musical women were active during the Romantic and Post-Romantic eras. They hailed from a variety of backgrounds, and worked in a variety of musical vocations. This thesis focuses on four of these multi-talented ...