Early English Church Music
Fifteenth-Century Liturgical Music, IX: Mass Music by Bedyngham and his Contemporaries
Early English Church Music, volume 58, Fifteenth-Century Liturgical Music, IX: Mass Music by Bedyngham and his Contemporaries, transcribed by Tim Symons, edited by Gareth Curtis & David Fallows
English Thirteenth-Century Polyphony: A Facsimile Edition
Early English Church Music, Volume 57, A Facsimile Edition by William J. Summers & Peter M. Lefferts
Tudor music on the international stage
In December 2014, the British Academy published an edition of Tallis and Byrd’s 1575 Cantiones sacrae, a collection of Latin motets dedicated to Queen Elizabeth I and intended to serve as a cultural ambassador in continental Europe. The volume’s editor, Dr John Milsom, discusses its origins, contents and significance.
Music for a late Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Abbey: The Winchester Troper
The British Academy has published a facsimile of the Winchester Troper, an eleventh-century manuscript held by Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Professor Susan Rankin discusses its origins and explains why it has an iconic status in the history of English music.