Medieval Music, Masonry and Manuscripts: Further Reading

If you enjoyed tonight’s lecture (and we bet you did!), you might be interested in this list of further reading on the subject, provided by lecturer Marc Cottle.

Cathedrals
Cathedral: The English Cathedrals and the World that Made Them by Jon Cannon
Guided by a Stone-Mason: Exploring the Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches of Britain by Thomas Maude
The Cathedrals of England, 3 volumes by Nikolaus Pevsner

Manuscripts
The Lindisfarne Gospels by Janet Backhouse
The British Library Guide to Manuscript Illumination: History and Techniques by Christopher De Hamel
The Winchester Bible by Claire Donovan
The Golden Age of English Manuscript Painting, 1200-1500 by Richard Marks and Nigel Morgan

Music
Medieval and Early Renaissance Music by A. Harman
Medieval Music by R.H. Hoppin
The Early Middle Ages to 1300, The New Oxford History of Music, Vol. 2 by Richard Crocker
Ars Nova and the Renaissance, 1300-1540, The New Oxford History of Music, Vol. 3 by Gerald Abraham

Listening
Sarum Chant: Missa in Gallicantu (Mass at Cockcrow), Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars
Nicolas Ludford, Missa Videte Miraculum, The Cardinall’s Musick, Carwood and Skinner
Sumer is Icumen In, Medieval English Songs, The Hilliard Ensemble
Medieval Carols, Oxford Camerata, Jeremy Summerly
Ars Britannica: Madrigals, Lute Songs, Old Hall Manuscript, Pro Cantione Antiqua
Deo Gracias Anglia!, Alamire

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