Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra (PIMS)
Institut pontifical de musique sacrée
Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music
Pontificium Institutum Musicae Sacrae
1910 Rome Italy
Founded by Pius X; inaugurated 3 Jan 1911. Present name adopted when included among Pontifical universities and faculties and received right to grant academic degrees.
Teach and promote disciplines of sacred music, including Gregorian chant, sacred composition, organ, musicology, choral music, singing teaching, piano and didactic singing.
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