El manuscrito de Cervera. Música y danza palaciega catalana del siglo XV.

Cecilia Nocilli
DA03041 Amalgama
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The Cervera MS is a main source to the study of Catalan and European dance. It consists of two sheets with describes eleven dances. Some descriptions list the steps and movements in Catalan and others, use a specific notation for choreography description. The notation in that source is the most interesting topic for researchers because it is one of the oldest evidence of choreographic notation in Europe. Cecilia Nocilli analyzes the source from a documentary approach to trying to bring dancers, musicians and researchers a proposed of performance of the dance and other topics. This book is part of the AMALGAMA TEXTS series published by Tritó and devoted to musicological research.