Monthly Archives: March 2015

Discovering lost chant

This weekend I’ve been at Tudor Partbooks’s first Reconstruction workshop, at the Faculty of Music in Oxford University (so for me, it felt as if I was coming home!). One of the project’s aims is to recreate the lost tenor book … Continue reading

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A song to die for?

A little while ago I discovered how in Elizabethan England, a musical performance – in that case of a piece by Sheppard in 1569 – could be politically explosive. But in the England of Henry VIII your choice of song and the … Continue reading

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New Tudor Partbooks website!

Breaking news! The Tudor Partbooks website is now live – you can find it at http://www.tudorpartbooks.ac.uk. Hope you enjoy reading about what we’re all up to!

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