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Silent MusicMedieval Song and the Construction of History in Eighteenth-Century Spain$
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Susan Boynton

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199754595

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199754595.001.0001

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Palomares and the Visigothic Neumes

Palomares and the Visigothic Neumes

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(p.141) 5 Palomares and the Visigothic Neumes
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Silent Music
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Susan Boynton

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199754595.003.0005

This chapter traces the afterlife of Palomares’ association with Burriel, particularly his continued interest in the musical notation and the Old Hispanic rite during work on the catalogue of the Escorial library during the 1760s. His unpublished treatise on the Visigothic script, the Polygraphia Gothico-Española (1764), expands on the association Burriel had made in his own paleography treatise between the history of the liturgy in Toledo and the history of the scripts used there. Palomares presents the narrative of the liturgical reform in the language of national identity, building on Burriel’s account of the same events. This chapter reveals Palomares’s insights into the history of the Visigothic neumes and describes in detail the plates in his treatise that represent examples of these neumes. The conclusion of the chapter describes the contributions of Palomares to the illustration of manuscripts in a later treatise on diplomatics.

Keywords:   Burriel, Escorial, liturgical reform, liturgy, neumes, Old Hispanic rite, Palomares, paleography, Toledo

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