The body’s eloquence: moving, acting, and dancing on the operatic stage in Florence (1630–1700)
2015-2016: Fall and Spring
Christine Jeanneret is Assistant Professor in Musicology at the University of Copenhagen. Her research focuses on Italian music of the Renaissance and Baroque, with a particular interest in performance practices and the staging of early music, the body on stage, as well as the cultural transmission of repertoires. She published one book on the manuscript sources of Frescobaldi’s music, "L’Œuvre en filigrane" (Olschki, 2009), she co-edited three volumes of the Frescobaldi’s Complete Works for Suvini-Zerboni, and has published articles on keyboard music, the Roman cantata, the late madrigal, and opera and gender studies. She is an editor for the new, dynamic edition of Marenzio's Secular Works (MODE) and is currently preparing the critical edition of Cavalli's "Ipermestra" for Bärenreiter.
Web page: http://kunstogkulturvidenskab.ku.dk/ansatte/?pure=da/persons/502090