Instruments and melodies from Ancient Greece and Rome
November 25-26, 2014 – Venue: Lund University (Palaestra et Odeum, Universitetsplatsen and Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, LUX building A, Helgonavägen 3), Lund (Skåne), Sweden.
Dr. Stefan Hagel – staff member of the Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna – visited the Lund University. On Tuesday 25th of November, he gave a public programme with lecture and performance in the Palaestra et Odeum.
"The 1st Study Days of Music Archaeology" have been organized by the Comision de Trabajo de Arqueología Musical of the Spanish Musicological Society , the EMAP and several Spanish institutions, such as the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona, the Municipality of El Puerto de Santamaría (Cádiz), the Center of Mon-Rogencs Studies (Tarragona), the Center of Turiasonenses Studies (Zaragoza), the University Complutense of Madrid and the University of Valladolid. The lectures, held by Spanish and French researchers (María Isabel Panosa Domingo, Ángel Román Ramírez, Joan Martí, Carlos García Benito, Isabel Rodríguez López and Alexandra Bill) have brought closer the research in Music Archaeology to both academics and general public.