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Early Music

Early Music has long had a prominent place in Cambridge’s musical life. Faculty research represents some of the newest intellectual and performance-based trends, ranging from reconstruction of lost music, notation, studies of bodily and sensory engagement in early-music listening, and medieval cultures of pastness and ritual.

(* available as PhD supervisor)

People specializing in this area

Academic and Research Staff

Dr Sam Barrett

(Medieval Song)*

Prof Susan Rankin

(Medieval Sacred Music)*

Dr Bettina Varwig

(Early Modern Germany, Schütz, Bach)*

Affiliated Lecturers

Dr Alan Howard

(Purcell; music in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially in England; analysis)

Dr Geoffrey Webber

(German Baroque music, music and liturgy)

College Directors of Studies

Dr Sam Barrett

(Medieval Song)*

Dr Alan Howard

(Purcell; music in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially in England; analysis)

Dr Bettina Varwig

(Early Modern Germany, Schütz, Bach)*

Dr Geoffrey Webber

(German Baroque music, music and liturgy)

College Directors of Music

Dr Geoffrey Webber

(German Baroque music, music and liturgy)