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Embodying song in Early Modern England

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Duration: 0:22:16 | Added: 26 Nov 2013
Katherine Larson (University of Toronto) gives a talk on music in Early Modern England accompanied by Lutenist Matthew Faulk

Katherine Larson (University of Toronto) describes the ephemeral soundscapes of early modern England. She considers how literary critics and musicologists can recapture the physical and social experience of singing and hearing songs, through traces in musical songbooks, literary texts, manuscripts, singing handbooks and printed song collections.

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