Los Oficios Musicales En La Real Capilla De Madrid Durante El Siglo Xvii [chapter]

Paulino Capdepón
2014 Zenodo  
Thanks to a recent proliferation of international and multidisciplinary research groups, the Spanish court has become the subject of an array of publications that have substantially deepened current understandings of its administrative structure. The volume under re- view focuses on the house of Burgundy, or the casa de Borgoña, the principal royal house among the conglomerate of royal houses that composed the Spanish court. Arriving in Spain with the first Burgundy-Habsburg king of Castile,
more » ... lip I, in 1506, it survived the dynasty that introduced it well into the eighteenth century. In spite of the Habsburg's ex- plicit recognition of Castile as their principal kingdom, the casa de Borgoña eventually sub- sumed the rest of the royal houses, most notably the Castilian. This ambitious collection of essays offers important insights into the strategies the Habsburgs employed to rule a multinational political conglomerate. It also presents fresh perspectives on the policies the Bourbons adopted during the early period of their rule. (Silvia Z. Mithell, Journal of Modern History, vol. 88, nº 1, marzo 2016, págs. 219-220)
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1117328 fatcat:dkqxahzvgjaaxfhjkgxh65v7xu