Elisabeth HÖSL

Elisabeth HÖSL obtained her master’s degree at LMU Munich in 2020 with a major in Musicology and a minor in medieval and early modern German literature. In her master’s thesis, she examined the reason why there are more ornamented clausulae cantizans in the prints with Lasso’s motets by Le Roy & Ballard than in other printers’ Lasso-motet books. During her studies, she focused primarily on musical sources and dance in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. She is currently working as a Graduate Assistant at the Institute of Musicology at LMU Munich and in the sub-project for Italian literature in the CRC “Cultures of Vigilance”.