Taken together, Grayson Wagstaff's research into the polyphonic Requiem mass and the Office for the Dead in Spain and Latin-America and Rui Cabral Lopes's thesis on the Requiem mass in Portugal offer quite a comprehensive account of the subject, further enriched by Tess Knighton's contribution to the book presented to Bruno Turner in 2011 during the Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference in Barcelona. There are, however, at least two sixteenth-century Requiem masses in well-known Portuguese manuscripts that have gone unnoticed.
|Number of pages||35|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
- Música antiga
- Música e Liturgia
- Polifonia Renascentista