David Joseph Burn - Curriculum Vitae#

  • 1998-2002: Merton College, Oxford University. D. Phil. – “The Mass-Propers of Henricus Isaac: Genesis, Transmission, and Authenticity” (supervisor: Prof. Reinhard Strohm)
  • 1997-1998: Merton College, Oxford University. Master of Studies in Music (Musicology) – Dissertation: “‘Nam erit haec quoque laus eorum’: Imitation, Competition, and the L’homme armé Tradition” (supervisor: Prof. Reinhard Strohm)
  • 1994-1997: Merton College, Oxford University. B. A. in Music: First Class

  • 2011, June: €1,938,040 – project (4 years): New Perspectives on Polyphony: Alamire’s Legacy Revealed through High-Technology Research Tools (Instituut voor Wetenschap en Technologie, Strategic Basic Research Project with Social Finality; international consortium of partners)
  • 2010, June: €250,000 – project (4 years): IDEM: An Integrated Database for Early Music (Hercules-Stichting; international consortium of partners)
  • 2009, October: €250,000 – project (4 years): Music and Theology in Reformation Germany: The Case of Leonhard Paminger (Special Research Fund, KULeuven)

  • 2011-present: Musical Life in the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region (FWF, Austria; directors: Birgit Lodes, Reinhard Strohm, Marc Lewon) – project team-member
  • 2010-present: New Isaac Edition (Editor in Chief: Giovanni Zanovello) – Editorial Board member
  • 2009-present: Journal of the Alamire Foundation – General Editor (with Katelijne Schiltz, Munich)
  • 2007-present: Analysis in Context: Leuven Studies in Musicology – Editorial Board member
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