Trinity College, Cambridge, Monday 6th June 2016

11 – 5.30 (to be confirmed)

Nicolas Bell, whom many of you will remember giving us a talk on Cluniac monasticism at Lewes Priory, has kindly offered to show Associates original mediaeval music manuscripts including an Office for St. Edmund of Canterbury. He will be demonstrating these manuscripts in the magnificent surroundings of the Wren Library where he is now Librarian.

Christopher Hodkinson has transcribed the texts and music from these original manuscripts into easily readable square notation from which we plan to study, rehearse and perform Vespers of St. Edmund of Canterbury in Trinity College Chapel, on this the Feast of the Translation of St. Edmund.

Please will those of you interested in coming let me know, so that I may send you full details of the programme for the day, including travel, access, parking, where we are to have lunch etc. Pencil this date in your diaries now !

Grey Macartney
email: shrine@stimson.gro.anairogergalohcs@nightshirts.cnofni
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