New Publication: The Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music

Long-gestating co-editing project finally published as part of 700-page book. Continue reading “New Publication: The Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music”

Review of a new collection of essays on Adam de la Halle

This clerihew didn’t make it into my review of this new volume of essays on Adam de la Halle: Continue reading “Review of a new collection of essays on Adam de la Halle”

Imagining the performance of trouvère song

My article treating a ‘boring’ song by Blondel de Nesle has just been published by Early Music. Continue reading “Imagining the performance of trouvère song”

Hey, shepherd, stop your boastful song!

My article on a two-stanza pastourelle in Douce 308 has just appeared in Plainsong and Medieval Music. Here with added sound files! Continue reading “Hey, shepherd, stop your boastful song!”

Do trouvère melodies mean anything?

My article on three songs by Blondel de Nesle just appeared in Music Analysis. Continue reading “Do trouvère melodies mean anything?”

Resonance in Richard de Fournival

My co-authored article with French literary scholar Jonathan Morton on the sonic aspects of Richard de Fournival’s Bestiary of Love has just appeared in the journal Romania. Continue reading “Resonance in Richard de Fournival”

New Book: Manuscripts and Medieval Song

Deeming Leach coverCopies of my new co-edited book now received! Continue reading “New Book: Manuscripts and Medieval Song”

Free score of a Machaut virelai

My edition of Guillaume de Machaut’s virelai En mon cuer (V27/24) is now available as part of the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society’s free downloads. Continue reading “Free score of a Machaut virelai”