You are welcome to attend a talk being given by Professor Frédéric Billiet on his involvement with the MUSICONIS project.

When: 10th July; 10:00 – 11:00 am
Where: Fisher Library, Seminar Room Level 2
The title of the talk "Representations of sound and music in the Middle Ages" will allow Professor Billiet to talk about his work on the MUSICONIS project using examples of music from liturgical manuscripts.

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Professor Frédéric Billiet
Délégué Vie étudiante à l’Université Paris-Sorbonne
Professeur musique médiévale – Institut de recherche en musicologie (IReMus UMR 8223)
MUSICONIS http://musiconis.blogspot.fr

Contact: Julie Price
julie.price@sydney.edu.au
+61 2 9114 2321

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