Dawn De Rycke

Adjunct Professor, Music History
BM, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
MM, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University

Dawn De Rycke is an Adjunct Lecturer in music history at the University of North Texas. She is writing her doctoral dissertation, “Office Hymnody, Tune Usage, and Liturgical Identities in Mexico City Cathedral, c1536-1821”, at the University of Chicago. She holds a BM and MM degrees in guitar performance and music history from Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Her research interests revolve around the intersection between oral and written traditions and she has contributed to the Journal of the Lute Society of America, Revista Portuguesa de Musicologia, The Courtesan’s Arts: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, Eds. Martha Feldman and Bonnie Gordon (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006), Músicas coloniales a debate: Procesos de intercambio euroamericanos, Ed. Javier Marín (Madrid: Ediciones del ICCMU, 2018)  and Catálogo de obras de música del Archivo del Cabildo Catedral Metropolitana de México, Vol. 4, Hymns (Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de México, forthcoming).

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