By Margaret M, Professor McGowan
The union of the 2 royal homes - the Habsburgs and the Bourbons - within the early 17th century illustrates the level to which marriage used to be a device of presidency in Renaissance Europe, and fairs a manifestation of strength and cultural superiority. With contributions from students representing a number disciplines, this quantity offers an all-round view of the series of gala's and occasions surrounding the dynastic marriages which have been agreed upon in 1612 yet no longer celebrated till 1615 because of the consistent interruption of festivities through protestant uprisings. The social gathering encouraged a rare diversity of documents from exchanges of political pamphlets, descriptions of festivities, visible fabrics, the tune of songs and ballets, and the impressions of witnesses and members. The research of those extraordinary resources exhibits how a group of students from assorted disciplines can convey into concentration back the artistic genius of artists: painters, architects and gown designers, musicians and poets, specialists in equestrianism, in pyrotechnics, and within the use of symbolic languages. Their creative efforts have been staged opposed to a historical past of excessive political international relations and carrying on with civil strife; and but, the choice of Marie de Médicis and her advisers and of the Duke of Lerma delivered to a effective end negotiations and awesome commemorations whose legacy was once to notify competition artwork all through eu courts for decades.
In addition to revealed and manuscript assets, the quantity identifies methods of giving destiny researchers entry to competition texts and experiences via digitization, making the publication either an in-depth research of a specific party and a blueprint for destiny engagement with electronic pageant resources.
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Dynastic Marriages 1612/1615: A Celebration of the Habsburg and Bourbon Unions (European Festival Studies: 1450–1700) by Margaret M, Professor McGowan