Q&A with Professor Luisa Nardini

Feb 20, 2017 1376

Luisa Nardini, associate professor of musicology at the Butler School, is a prolific scholar that specializes in Gregorian chant, medieval music theory, music and visual art, manuscript studies, and oral and written transmission of liturgical chant.

Her most recent achievement is a prestigious American Council of Learned Societies fellowship—to take place in 2018—awarded for the completion of her latest book. Liturgical Hypertexts: Prosulas for the Proper of the Mass in Beneventan Manuscripts is a study of prosulas of the Mass from medieval southern Italy, delving into the political, literary, and artistic history of the region through extensive comparisons with manuscripts from all over Europe.

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SOURCE: http://music.utexas.edu

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