Show Summary Details

Page of
PRINTED FROM Oxford Music Online. © Oxford University Press, 2018. All Rights Reserved. Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a PDF of a single article in Oxford Music Online for personal use (for details see Privacy Policy).

Gómez (y Muntané), Maricarmen [Maria del Carmen]locked

  • David Fallows

(b Barcelona, July 20, 1949). Spanish musicologist. After studying and teaching the piano at the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceo in Barcelona, she studied musicology at the University of Barcelona (PhD 1979) and at Göttingen under Ursula Günther (1981–3). She joined the faculty at the Universidad Autónoma of Barcelona in 1985, and has been a visiting professor at Princeton (1989–90), the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid (1991–8) and the University of North Texas (1996). She has also served on the directorium of the IMS (1987–97).

Gómez's work has focussed mainly on Iberian music of the 14th and 16th centuries, with relevant studies of French Ars Nova music. Her doctoral thesis was particularly distinguished for its presentation of new archival materials, followed by later work on early Aragonese singers, instrumentalists and composers. She also has a strong interest in editing and editorial problems, seen not only in her reconsideration of the Mass of Barcelona, the Llibre Vermell and the consueta of Elche, but also in her reconstruction of a fragmentary French chansonnier in Montserrat as well as editions of the music of the Flechas and of Bartolomé Cárceres.

Writings

  • ‘El Ars Antiqua en Cataluña’, RdMc, 2 (1979), 197–255
  • La música en la casa real catalano-aragonesa durante los años 1336–1432 (diss., U. of Barcelona, 1979; Barcelona, 1979)
  • Conèixer catalunya: la música medieval (Barcelona, 1980, 3/1997)
  • ‘El Manuscrito 823 de Montserrat (Biblioteca del Monasterio)’, MD, 36 (1982), 39–93
  • ‘Musique et musiciens dans les chapelles de la maison royale d'Aragon (1336–1413)’, MD, 38 (1984), 67–86
  • ‘Un libro de poemas de fray Matheo Flecha (ca. 1530–1604)’, RdMc, 8 (1985), 343–70
  • ‘Une version à cinq voix du motet Apollinis edipsatur/Zodiacum signis dans le manuscrit E-Bcen 853’, MD, 39 (1985), 5–44
  • ‘Quelques remarques sur le répertoire sacré de l'Ars Nova provenant de l'ancien royaume d'Aragon’, AcM, 57 (1985), 166–79
  • ‘Autour du répertoire du XIVe siècle du manuscrit M1361 de la Bibliothèque nationale de Madrid’, Aspects de la musique liturgique au Moyen Age: Royaumont 1986, 1987 and 1988, 245–60
  • ‘Precisiones en torno a la vida y obra de Matheo Flecha el joven’, RdMc, 9 (1986), 41–56
  • ‘Les musiciens du roi de Portugal: une mention de Jacquemart le Cuvelier’, RdM, 73 (1987), 99–106
  • ‘La musique à la maison royale de Navarre à la fin du Moyen-Age et le chantre Johan Robert’, MD, 41 (1987), 109–51
  • ‘Tradition and Modernity in the Mystery Play of Elche’, IMSCR XIV: Bologna 1987, 717–22
  • ‘Quelques remarques sur le répertoire polyphonique antérieur à l'Ars Nova provenant de l'ancien royaume d'Aragon’, Cahiers de civilisation médiévale, 31/2 (1988), 101–10
  • El libre vermell de Montserrat: cantos y danzas (Sant Cugat del Vallés, 1990)
  • ‘Minstrel Schools in the Late Middle Ages’, EMc, 17 (1990), 212–16
  • ‘Prehistoria de la enseñanza musical en las universidades españolas’, De musica hispana et aliis: miscelánea en honor al Prof. Dr. José López-Calo, ed. E. Casares and C. Villanueva (Santiago de Compostela, 1990), 77–89
  • ‘Zur Einordnung der anonymen Motette O dira nacio/Mens in nequicia [F-Pn 23190, 4]’, Schweizer Jb für Musikwissenschaft, new ser., 10 (1990), 33–42
  • ‘Secular Catalan and Occitan Music at the end of the Middle Ages: Looking for a Lost Repertory’, Studi musicali, 21 (1992), 3–19
  • ‘Some Precursors of the Spanish Lute School’, EMc, 20 (1992), 583–93
  • ‘Enricus Foxer, alias Enrique de Paris († 1487/8)’, Nassarre, 9/2 (1993), 139–46
  • ‘Some Remarks of the Monophonic Song Déu vos salve, verge imperial in the Mystery Play of Elche’, The Early Drama, Art and Music Review, 16 (1993), 23–41
  • Ay, ay, ay, ay!/Qué fuertes penas: planctus por la muerte de Don Alfonso, príncipe de Portugal (†1491)’, Revista portuguesa de musicología, 4–5 (1994–5), 7–15
  • ‘The Ensalada and the Origins of the Lyric Theater in Spain’, Comparative Drama, 28 (1994), 367–93
  • ‘Una versión a 5 voces del villancico Señores, el qu'es nascido del Cancionero de Uppsala’, Nassarre, 11 (1995), 157–71
  • El canto de la Sibila I. Castilla y León II: cataluña y baleares (Madrid, 1996–7)
  • ‘La música laica en el reino de Castilla en tiempos del Condestable Don Miguel Lucas de Iranzo (1458–1473)’, RdMc, 19 (1996), 25–45

Editions

  • M. Gómez
  • Món i misteri de la Festa d'Elx: consueta de 1709 (Valencia, 1986) [with J.F. Massip]
  • Matheo Flecha, ca.1530–1604: la feria y las cañas: ensaladas (Madrid, 1987)
  • El manuscrito M971 de la biblioteca de Catalunya: Misa de Barcelona (Barcelona, 1989)
  • French Sacred Music, PMFC, 23 (1989–91) [with G. Cattin and F. Facchin]
  • Matheo Flecha, ca.1481–1553: la Viuda: ensalada (Barcelona, 1992)
  • Polifonía de la corona de Aragón s.XIV-XV: manuscrito 2 de la biblioteca del Orfeó Català y Manuscrito 109 del archivo diocesano de Solsona (Zaragoza, 1993)
  • Bartomeu Cárceres: Opera omnia (Barcelona, 1995)
Revue de musicologie
Musica disciplina
Acta musicologica
Early Music
International Musicological Society: Congress Report [1930-]
Revista de musicología