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Browsing publications by Professor Kirsten Gibson.

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Professor Kirsten Gibson
'For Musike is a Science So Delectable’: The Case for Musical Skill, Knowledge and Recreation in Early Modern England2021
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Dr Stephanie Carter
Amateur Music Making Amongst the Mercantile Community of Newcastle upon Tyne from the 1690s to the 1750s2020
Dr Stephanie Carter
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Dr Roz Southey
Music in North-East England, 1500-18002020
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Ross W. Duffin, Some Other Note: The Lost Songs of English Renaissance Comedy2020
Professor Kirsten Gibson
With Mornefull Musique: Funeral Elegies in Early Modern England. By K. Dawn Grapes2019
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Gender and Song in Early Modern England2017
Dr Stephanie Carter
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Printed Music in the Provinces: Musical Circulation in Seventeenth-Century England and the Case of Newcastle upon Tyne Bookseller William London2017
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Manuscript Inscriptions in Early English Printed Music. By David Greer2016
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Dr Ian Biddle
Cultural Histories of Noise, Sound and Listening in Europe, 1300-19182016
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Age, Masculinity and Music in Early Modern England2015
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Author, Musician, Composer: Creator? Figuring Musical Creativity in Print at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century2013
Professor Kirsten Gibson
John Dowland and the Elizabethan courtier poets2013
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Dr Ian Biddle
Musicologies/Masculinities2013
Professor Kirsten Gibson
The order of the book: materiality, narrative and authorial voice in John Dowland's First Booke of Songes or Ayres2012
Dr Ian Biddle
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Masculinity and Western Musical Practice2009
Professor Kirsten Gibson
Music, Melancholy and Masculinity in Early Modern England2009
Professor Kirsten Gibson
How hard an enterprise it is’: Authorial self-fashioning in John Dowland's printed books2007
Professor Kirsten Gibson
'So to the Wood Went I': Politicizing the Greenwood in Two Songs by John Dowland2007