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Professor Magnus Williamson
Sing Here: The Physical Traces of Sacred Song2021
Professor Magnus Williamson
Singing the Litany in Tudor England, 1544-15552020
Professor Magnus Williamson
Making Do? Musical Participation in an Early-Tudor College2019
Professor Magnus Williamson
Music and Reform in England, France and Scotland2019
Professor Magnus Williamson
Playing the organ, Tudor-style: some thoughts on improvisation, composition and memorisation2019
Professor Magnus Williamson
Revisiting the soundscape of the medieval parish2019
Professor Magnus Williamson
English Organ Music, 1350-1550: a study of sources and contexts2018
Professor Magnus Williamson
Musica ficta2018
Dr Bennett Hogg
Professor Magnus Williamson
Lost Voices2017
Professor Magnus Williamson
Parish music in late-medieval England: local, regional, national identities2017
Professor Magnus Williamson
Queen Mary’s Big Belly: Hope for an heir in Catholic England2017
Professor Magnus Williamson
Chorus vel organa: Music from the Lost Palace of Westminster [CD recording]2016
Professor Magnus Williamson
Quadring Cows: Resourcing Music in the Pre-Reformation Parish2016
Professor Magnus Williamson
Queen Mary I, Tallis’s O sacrum convivium and a Latin Litany2016
Professor Magnus Williamson
Picardy’s musical topography2015
Professor Magnus Williamson
Solo concert2015
Professor Magnus Williamson
The fate of the choirbook in Protestant Europe2015
Professor Magnus Williamson
Voices from the past: the delicate art of reconstructing Tudor partbooks2015
Professor Magnus Williamson
Church Music and Protestantism in Post-Reformation England: Discourses, Sites and Identities, by Jonathan Willis (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010)2014
Professor Magnus Williamson
Incorporated Association of Organists Annual Congress: guest recital2014
Professor Magnus Williamson
Notre Dame: chant and polyphony for Lady Mass, Henry II to Henry III2014
Professor Magnus Williamson
Affordable splendour: editing, printing and marketing the Sarum Antiphoner (1519–20)2012
Professor Magnus Williamson
John Sheppard, III: Hymns, Psalms, Antiphons and other Latin Polyphony2012
Professor Magnus Williamson
The Eton Choirbook Project2012
Professor Magnus Williamson
Buxheimer Orgelbuch c. 1460, J. S. Bach Trio Sonatas, Scheidemann Magnificats2011
Professor Magnus Williamson
Double cantus firmus Compositions in the Eton Choirbook2010
Professor Magnus Williamson
The Eton Choirbook: Facsimile and Introductory Study2010
Professor Magnus Williamson
The Eton Choirbook: III: third, revised and expanded edition2010
Professor Magnus Williamson
The Will of John Boraston: Musicians within Collegiate and Parochial Communities2008
Professor Magnus Williamson
More Sweet to Hear: organs and voices of Tudor England2007
Professor Magnus Williamson
Liturgical Music in the Late Medieval Parish: Organs and Voices, Ways and Means2006
Professor Magnus Williamson
Early English Organs and early Anglican liturgical polyphony: some considerations of performance practice2005
Professor Magnus Williamson
Liturgical polyphony in the pre-reformation English parish church: A provisional list and commentary2005
Professor Magnus Williamson
Evangelicalism at Boston, Oxford, and Windsor under Henry VIII: John Foxe's narratives recontextualized'2004
Professor Magnus Williamson
Music Restor'd2001
Professor Magnus Williamson
The role of religious guilds in the cultivation of ritual polyphony in England: the case of Louth, 1450-15502001
Professor Magnus Williamson
Pictura et scriptura - The 'Eton Choirbook' in its iconographical context2000
Professor Magnus Williamson
'Royal Image-making and Textual Interplay in Gilbert Banaster's O Maria et Elizabeth'2000