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IMC 2023: Sessions

Session 617: Cultural and Religious Networks in Medieval Iberia, II: Transition and Romanisation of the Iberian Sanctorale

Tuesday 4 July 2023, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:University of Bristol / Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Organiser:Kati Ihnat, Afdeling Geschiedenis, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Moderator/Chair:Maeve Marta O'Donnell-Morales, Department of Art History, Courtauld Insitute of Art, University of London
Paper 617-aKeys to the Romanisation of the Sanctorale in the Monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla and Its Transmission in the Late Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Santiago Ruiz Torres, Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical, Plástica y Corporal, Universidad de Salamanca / Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Index terms: Hagiography, Liturgy, Monasticism
Paper 617-bHispanic Rite Vestiges or Identity Markers for Christians in the Iberian Península?
(Language: English)
Raquel Rojo Carrillo, Department of Music, University of Bristol
Index terms: Liturgy, Manuscripts and Palaeography, Music
Paper 617-cProcessional Chant in Two Medieval Graduals from the Cathedral of Toledo
(Language: English)
David Andrés Fernández, Departamento de Musicología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Index terms: Hagiography, Liturgy, Music
Abstract

When the Old Hispanic rite, the liturgical rite practised uniquely on the Iberian peninsula, was replaced in the later 11th century by the Franco-Roman rite, many features of the old rite had to be adapted to a new ritual context. This included the repertoire of saints' feasts. This panel will explore this transition at three separate institutions: the monastery of San Millan de la Cogolla (Ruíz Torres), the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos (Rojo Carrillo) and the Cathedral of Toledo (Andrés Fernández). Through close study of manuscript sources, this panel seeks to understand how the transformation of liturgical practice from one tradition to another unfolded in individual institutions, thereby allowing this panel collectively to identify wider trends of cultural continuity and change.