Performance workshop 3: JP30

A third post from the performance workshop with graindelavoix, sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust and held at St Hugh’s College, Oxford in March 2017. Continue reading Performance workshop 3: JP30

Performance Workshop 1: JP27a

A first post from the performance workshop with graindelavoix, sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust and held at St Hugh’s College, Oxford in March 2017. Continue reading Performance Workshop 1: JP27a

The source materials for large medieval chansonniers

How were large collections of lyric poetry (with or without music) assembled?
Continue reading The source materials for large medieval chansonniers

The Philosopher’s Pony Play

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For all that he is The Philosopher in the later Middle Ages, the most striking iconographical depictions of Aristotle from the period are of him on all fours, being ridden by a woman. Continue reading The Philosopher’s Pony Play

Sorting out the works of Gautier d’Espinal

Wikipedia’s list of Gautier’s works looked a bit thin to me, so I’ve edited the page (fingers crossed the edits persist!) Continue reading Sorting out the works of Gautier d’Espinal