Ashgate Historical Keyboard Series
David is General Editor of the Ashgate Historical Keyboard Series with Andrew Woolley. The series is intended to be wide in scope, both in terms of chronology (historical need not be ‘early’) and of approach. David and Andrew are happy to offer informal advice to potential contributors. Further information about the series may be found here.
Networks of Music
Networks of Music and Culture in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries arose out of two related conferences, one held at McGill University in Montreal, the other at the University of Aberdeen. The 450th anniversary of Peter Philips's birth provided the impetus for a collection of essays: click the image to go to the publisher's web site for more information.
'All in all, Networks of Music and Culture throws engrossing light on the channels of communication in Europe four centuries ago, and can be warmly
recommended to all who are involved in any way with early keyboard or consort music.' (Alan Brown, Viola da Gamba Society Journal).