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Table of Contents 0. Preface 1 1. Introduction 4 Tess Knighton & Álvaro Torrente 2. Waving ensaladas 29 Pepe Rey 3. Song migrations: the case of Adorßmoste, se±or 88 Tess Knighton 4. The villancico in the works of early Castilian playwrights (with a note on the function and performance of the musical parts) 125 Alberto del Røo 5. Function and liturgical context of the villancico in Salamanca Cathedral 164 Álvaro Torrente 6. ¿The third villancico was a motet¿: the villancico and related genres 246 Andrea Bombi 7. The villancico as music of state in 17th-century Spain 301 Pablo-L. Rodrøguez 8. Religiosity, power and aspects of social representation in the villancicos of the Portuguese Royal Chapel 317 Rui Cabral Lopes 9. ¿Music charms the senses¿¿: devotional music in the Triunfos festivos of San Ginés, Madrid, 1656 349 Janet Hathaway 10. A literary and typological study of the late 17th-century villancico 369 Alain Bègue 11. Pastorelas and the pastoral tradition in 18th-century Spanish villancicos 450 Pilar Ramos López 12. The noël à grand choeur of south-western France and the Iberian villancico: towards a comparison 488 Benoît Michele 13. Music by Francisco de la Huerta for the nuns of Santa Ana de Ávila (1767-78) 513 Marøa Gembero Ustßrroz 14. Historical and literary vestiges of the villancico in the early modern Philippines 578 David Irving 15. The ¿ethnic villancico¿ and racial politics in 17th-century Mexico 645 Geoffrey Baker 16. The popular, the sacred, the colonial and the local: the performance of identities in the villancicos from Sucre (Bolivia) 662 Bernardo Illari Bibliography 717 List of contributors 784 List of abbreviations 789 List of illustrations 791 List of Music Examples 792
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Church music -- Spain.
Church music -- Portugal.
Villancicos (Music) -- Spain -- History and criticism.
Villancicos (Music) -- Portugal -- History and criticism.