Catholic sacred music; Music printing; Music inventories; Alpine region; Sacred music; Switzerland and the Alpine region; Interconfessionalism; Historical inventories
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The present project seeks to highlight the production, circulation and reception of the Catholic musical repertoire in Switzerland and the Alpine region from the beginning of the print age until the end of the ancien régime (1500-1800). In doing so, methodological tools will be developed that may in future be extended to other areas of Europe.The following hypotheses are at the core of the project. Private printing entreprises in Switzerland showed a varied picture that had discontinuous but international impact. Music printing was, on the other hand, often directly sponsored by the church authority. Switzerland and the Alpine region represented a privileged point of interchange between the repertoire of (Northern) Italy and the German-speaking world. Specific networks of exchange arose in connection with the study voyages of the clerics, and most importantly between different houses of the same order. In Protestant circles, private ownership and librarian trade were the principal means of transmission. The usage of the music depended on its adaptability to functional-liturgical contexts that often showed a markedly local character. Due to the proximity of different confessions in the Confederation, there was also a Protestant reception of Catholic sacred music. The present project is a contribution to recent revisions of music historiography, which had up to now uncritically reflected national and confessional differences.Particular stress is laid on methodology and on data exchange capabilities. The different research threads all start from the study of musical sources. Research will not be limited to extant sources, however, but extended to lost prints documented in historical inventories of music collections. Archival documents will also be examined concerning the modes of transmission and reception of the sacred repertoire. For data collection, two databases will be developed in collaboration with the Swiss office of the ‘Répertoire International des Sources Musicales’ (RISM). The first will provide a database of ‘Printed Sacred Music in Europe, 1500-1800’. This will comprise the data collected in the still ongoing project ‘Bibliografia della musica sacra pubblicata in Italia fra il 1500 e il 1725 circa’ (Venice, Fondazione Cini). The 34 editions now preserved with Catholic music, published in Switzerland up to 1800, and the 174 editions with comparable repertoire circulated in the Alpine region, will be inserted in the database. The second database, the ‘Music inventories’ database, already extant as a prototype (see SNSF project 100012_124415), will collect data from other music inventories from church institutions of the Alpine region, e.g. St. Urban (CH), Feldkrich (A) and Meran (I). Swiss music prints in Swiss libraries will be digitised. The music of some of the sources will be transcribed, applying and enhancing the performance of Aruspix, a new software application developed by the University of Geneva and McGill University (Montreal) that facilitates philological work on early typographical music prints. Two monographs (the first on the production, circulation and reception of Catholic repertoire, the second with case studies on Swiss music printers) will present the results of research. The collected data will be published online. The two databases and all transcriptions will be published in collaboration with the Swiss RISM Office (www.rism-ch.ch). As for the digitised music prints, the aim is to publish the images on the e-rara platform (www.e-rara.ch).