The history of opera, particularly in 19th-century Italy; editorial work on Donizetti, Bellini, Verdi and Puccini; critical theory; film music
About this Fellow
Western medieval music and its transmission and notation from the origins to the thirteenth century and the development of the Latin liturgy, with an especial focus on ritual
- Professor of Medieval Music, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Emmanuel College
- Chair of Council, Henry Bradshaw Society, 1970
- Professor of Medieval Music; Fellow, Emmanuel College University of Cambridge, 1970
The anthropology and history of art and material culture, especially in equatorial Africa and the western Indian Ocean; comparative work on themes such as memory, miniaturisation, and the experience of the environment
Italian painting of the sixteenth century; European Sculpture 1480-1920; the history of the collecting and display of European art.