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Esteve Roldán, Eva T. (2016) Mecenazgo, reforma y música en la catedral de Toledo (1523-1545). [Thesis]

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El propósito de este trabajo de investigación es realizar una aproximación al papel que realizan como mecenas musicales y legisladores de la Iglesia dos arzobispos toledanos: Alonso de Fonseca (1475-1534) y Juan Pardo Tavera (1472-1545). El estudio se lleva a cabo a través tanto del análisis de su ámbito personal como del de su relación con la Santa Iglesia Catedral de Santa María de Toledo, y su ascendiente en las ceremonias musicales y litúrgicas que en ella tenían lugar. La franja cronológica escogida para el análisis comprende la etapa en la que gobernaron la archidiócesis primada: desde 1523 hasta 1545, un periodo que constituyó el punto culminante de sus carreras religiosas. El mismo año en que moría el cardenal Tavera, comenzaron las reuniones tridentinas en las que se debatieron y consideraron algunas de las polémicas musicales que se encuentran presentes en la documentación coetánea a los pontífices. Para la consecución de estos objetivos el estudio se divide en dos grandes bloques separados en tres capítulos cada uno, cuya estructura muestra la metodología utilizada. El primer capítulo del primer bloque se centra en las biografías de los dos arzobispos, su conexión con la música y su relación con la documentación central de esta investigación: los manuscritos BPR II/1778 y ACT 9; el segundo capítulo realiza un estudio crítico de estos textos para establecer su autenticidad, su origen y su datación, y el tercero describe brevemente el contenido de las fuentes relacionadas con los pontífices y las contextualiza dentro del gran fondo documental que genera la catedral toledana, para terminar planteando la función de los textos y las circunstancias sociales, estéticas y políticas en que se produjeron...

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The purpose of the present study is to outline the role that two archbishops from Toledo, Alonso de Fonseca (1475-1534) and Juan Pardo Tavera (1472-1545), played as patrons of the arts and legislators of the Church. It presents their personal standpoint, also their relationship with the Holy Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo and their influence on the musical and liturgical ceremonies that took place there. The chronological span chosen for this study comprises the period from 1523 to 1545 in which they were both heads of the primatial archdiocese, the highlight of their ecclesiastical careers. The year of Cardinal Tavera's death, marked the beginning of the Council of Trento, at which some of the musical issues that appear in documents of the prelate's time were debated. In order to achieve these goals, the study is divided into two large parts of three chapters each, their structure reflecting the methodology used for each. The first chapter deals with the biography of each archbishop, their relation to music and to the main documents of the present research study, BPR II/1778 and ACT 9. The second chapter presents a critical analysis of these manuscripts in order to establish their authenticity, origin and dating. The third chapter briefly describes the contents of the sources related to the prelates, putting these documents into context in the vast documentary archive generated by the Cathedral and subsequently setting out the purpose of these documents together with the social, aesthetic and political circumstances in which they were produced. The second part mainly analyses the musical contents of the two primary sources whose link to the prelates has been substantiated in the previous section comparing their musical information with other contemporary European sources, so as to assess the significance of this research study. Here the information is divided into another three chapters, the first dealing with the correspondence between acoustics and the use of space and also the change of mentality in regard to this aspect as compared to the Middle Ages. The second chapter focuses on the Cathedral's organizational structure in its search for an ideal sonorous setting for the rituals. Lastly, the purpose of the instruments of which the main goal is to produce sound inside the temple is analyzed...

Item Type:Thesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Departamento de Musicología, leída el 16/01/2016

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Knighton, Tess
Torrente Sánchez-Guisante, Álvaro
Uncontrolled Keywords:Mecenazgo, Alonso de Fonseca, Juan Pardo Tavera, Catedral de Santa María de Toledo
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Art patronage,Holy Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo, Alonso de Fonseca, Juan Pardo Tavera
Subjects:Humanities > History > Modern history
Humanities > Music
ID Code:39333
Deposited On:07 Oct 2016 12:17
Last Modified:07 Oct 2016 12:17

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