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Raffaele Di Mauro


Raffaele Di Mauro (Caserta, 1976) obtained in 2013 the PhD in History, Science and Techniques of Music at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", where he was subsequently also a contract professor of Ethnomusicology. He has a collaboration contract for the chair of Musicology and History of Music at the University of Naples "Suor Orsola Benincasa". He is currently professor of History of Music in Music and Dance High Schools. He is the scientific director of the “Campania Sound Archive of Oral Tradition Music” in Naples and a founding member of the “Alan Lomax Study Center” based in Palermo. He has given various speeches at national and international scientific conferences, and has published essays in Italian and English, in particular on the Neapolitan song of the early nineteenth century and on the traditional music of the Campania area.