Projects

Transforming 19th-Century HIP

Transforming 19th-Century HIP

Transforming C19 HIP (TCHIP) is a 5-year research project hosted by the University of Oxford Faculty of Music. The project began in April 2016 and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The orchestral and chamber music of the C19th is some of the most widely performed music...

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DIAMM

DIAMM

DIAMM (the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music) is a world-leading resource for the study of medieval manuscripts. Its website presents information on thousands of manuscripts, as well as nearly 15,000 images and associated metadata..

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EMPRES

EMPRES

The University of Oxford’s Electronic Music Practice RESearch group (EMPRES) aims to promote and advance research and public dissemination in Electronic Music Practice. It will collaborate with researchers and academics from a wide range of disciplines interested in electronic music, musicians, composers, producers and other members of the music industry.

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The London Stage Project

The London Stage Project

The project is based on the surviving libretti, both printed and manuscript, for operas in Italian performed in London. It provides a mechanism by which aria texts can be traced through different libretti as they were moved from one opera to another by impresarios, conductors, and singers.

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Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures (MALMECC)

Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures (MALMECC)

Music And Late Medieval European Court Cultures (MALMECC) is a five-year research project (2016-2020) funded by an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council. MALMECC will, for the first time, systematically explore late medieval (c. 1280-1450) court cultures and their music synoptically across Europe.

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The Rameau Project

The Rameau Project

The Rameau Project is the first major international multidisciplinary research project devoted to the operas of Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)..

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Past Projects

Past Projects

Now concluded research projects

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