Devotional Music in the Iberian World, 1450-1800: The Villancico and Related Genres
The dissemination of the genre, an important part of the Iberian cathedral tradition for over 4 centuries, its nature and function, its reception and stylistic evolution are all considered here, as well as the spaces for its performance and relationship to other European devotional genres.
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