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emma hornby is a Reader in Music at the University of Bristol. Her primary research area is Western liturgical chant, and she engages with questions of transmission, orality, and musical grammar, as well as with the relationship between text, music, and theology. Her current research on Old Hispanic chant is supported by the European Research Council (2013–18).

stephanie klauk is Lecturer in Musicology at Saarland University (Universität des Saarlandes) in Saarbrücken (Germany), where she received her Ph.D. with a thesis on music in sixteenth-century Spanish theatre. She was previously a researcher at the German Historical Institute of Rome (2012–15) and a Max Weber Fellow at Saarland University (2015–16). She is currently preparing a book on eighteenth-century Italian string quartets.

rainer kleinertz is Chair in Musicology at Saarland University (Universität des Saarlandes) in Saarbrücken (Germany). He has been visiting professor at Salamanca University (1992–4), reader and professor at Regensburg University (1994–2006), and visiting fellow at Oxford University (2000–1). He is currently directing a research project on 'Computer-based harmonic analysis', funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

rebecca maloy is Professor of Music at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her current work explores the Old Hispanic chant from many perspectives, including notation and melodic analysis, the relationship between words and music, and its relationship to the traditions of Biblical exegesis studied on the Iberian Peninsula. She is a member of EU-funded Old Hispanic Office Project at Bristol University. During the 2016–17 academic year she is the Edward T. Cone Member in Music at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.

chris may recently completed his doctoral thesis in musicology at the University of Oxford. He specializes in the music of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, and his other research interests include nationhood and popular music. He holds a law degree from the University of Sydney, and is admitted to legal practice as a solicitor in New South Wales. In 2011 and 2012 he worked as a judge's associate in the Federal Court of Australia. [End Page 686]



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