Yossi Maurey is chair of the Department of Musicology and holds the Hans J. Salter Chair in musicology. He teaches at the Department since 2008, and specializes in medieval music, liturgy, and manuscripts.
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He specializes in medieval sacred music, liturgy, and ritual, and has a special interest in the confluence of theology, music, manuscript culture and ideology. Maury’s monograph Medieval Music, Legend, and the Cult of St Martin: The Local Foundations of a Universal Saint appeared in 2014 with Cambridge University Press. The book won the 2015 Polonsky Prize for Creativity and Originality in the Humanistic Disciplines.