The Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences 65th anniversary

2014 marked the 65th anniversary of the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IS PAN), founded in 1949 as the State Institute of Art (see the 65th Anniversary Overview - in Polish). IS PAN is  an inter-disciplinary research institution, whose responsibilities include research into and documentation of Polish art and artistic culture in the field of the fine arts and architecture, music, theatre, film and audiovisual art, taking into consideration the European and global context. 

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The premiere recording of the complete Missa super Iniquos odio habui by Marenzio, rediscovered by B. Przybyszewska-Jarmińska. Pacelli's Beati estis comes from Sacrae cantiones, edited in Monumenta Musicae in Polonia series by B. Przybyszewska-Jarmińska.

Ars musica and its contexts in medieval and early modern culture. Warszawa 2016 Liber Pro Arte

This volume is dedicated to Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba


 

17 May 2016. 11:00am, Warsaw, Dluga 26, Conference Hall
Professor David Fallows (The University of Manchester): The English 15-th century carols and the Contenance Angloise

La musique et la révolution de l’imprimerie by Paweł Gancarczyk (Lyon 2015 Symétrie) received the Prix des Muses award.

 

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Required qualifications

• PhD in musicology
• proven experience in research into 15th- and 16th-century music
• familiarity with issues in research into the musical culture of Italy and Central Europe 
• proficiency in English (knowledge of Polish is not essential, but will be an asset)
• ability to work as part of an international team
 
Announcement

Required qualifications

• PhD in musicology
• proven experience in research into 15th- and 16th-century music
• familiarity with issues in research into the musical culture of Italy and Central Europe 
• proficiency in English (knowledge of Polish is not essential, but will be an asset)
• ability to work as part of an international team
 
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The international HERA HERA (Humanities in the European Research) project, in which Professor Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska is involved. Project leader: Professor Vjera Katalinić (Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Zagreb).

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