Gemma Pérez Zalduondo is a Doctor of Art History (Musicology) and a Tenured Professor at the University of Granada. Her lines of research are: the relationships between music and ideology, politics and power in Spain during the first decades of Francoism (1938-1958); transformation processes of the musical discourses inherited from the 19th century during and after the Civil War, and their links with the European context. She has also worked on the associationist phenomenon, c discourses and music critique in Spain during the first third of the 20th century. Some of her articles are compiled in A new music for the “New State”: music, ideology and politics in the first Francoism¨ (Libargo, 2013). In 2013 she co-edited, along with Germán Gan Quesada, the book Music and Francoism (Turnhout, Brepols, 2013). Her work has appeared in various Spanish, American and European publications, and she has directed a number of doctoral theses and research papers. She is currently Lead R&D Researcher for Music during the Civil War and Francoism (1963-1960): popular cultures, musical life and Hispano-American exchanges.
Universidad de Granada, Grado en Historia y Ciencias de la Música
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