20/27/29 April Workshop: Digital Restoration of Manuscripts: an Introduction to Techniques (IT Services, Banbury Road, Oxford), led by Julia Craig-McFeely. During this workshop you’ll be shown the basic techniques for digitally restoring manuscripts and get the chance to have a go for yourself. Because of popular demand, the workshop is available on three dates: 20 April (10:00-13:00); or 27 April (10:00-13:00); or 29 April (13:00-16:00)
12 May Study Day: Henrician Music in the British Library (British Library, London, 10:30-17:00). An informal investigation of the key musical sources from the 1520s and 1530s (Harley 1709, Add. 34191; Roy. App. 45-48; Twenty Songes), with particular emphases on the wider chronology, relationships between sources, contexts, Thomas Tallis, and Nicholas Ludford.
16 July Public Lecture: Making Music in Elizabethan Northamptonshire – Magnus Williamson with Stile Antico (St Peter’s Church, Oundle, 13:00-14:00), in partnership with the Oundle International Festival;
Concert: Music from the Sadler Partbooks – Stile Antico, with Magnus Williamson (St Mary & All Saints, Fotheringhay, 19:30-21:30), as part of the Oundle International Festival.
Workshop: RECON 2: the second residential workshop dedicated to polyphonic reconstruction is provisionally planned to take place at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
19 November Study Day: Print and Manuscript (Christ Church, Oxford); part of a series of study days on early printed music, this event takes as its starting point the inclusion of copies of the 1575 Tallis/Byrd Cantiones in the Baldwin Partbooks (GB-Och Mus. 979-983).
For all these events, further details can be found at : http://www.tudorpartbooks.ac.uk/newsevents/
Sessions on editing Tudor polyphony and completing missing parts will be led by Magnus Williamson, Owen Rees, Andrew Johnstone and John Milsom.
Register by 31st March via: http://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=5&deptid=120&catid=190&prodid=969&coursedate=2059
Registration is £5 (free to students).
More details at: https://www.facebook.com/events/155549038802875