Two Interesting Entries..

« on: January 05, 2012, 10:41:42 AM »

I found the following in the World Catalog. The first item refers to an OU recording, and the second to the Chaucer programme in which DM, and his Consort did the music.

English consort music

Author: David Munrow; Early Music Consort of London.; Open University.; British Broadcasting Corporation.
Publisher: [Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire] : Open University ; Mt. Vernon, N.Y. : Gould Media [distributor] , [197-?]
Series: Renaissance and Reformation. 
Edition/Format:  Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English 
Summary: Side 1: Illustrated talk with performances by the Early Music Consort of London. Side 2: Did the growth of central government encourage th Reformation?
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Chaucer's tale

Author: Nevill Coghill; Ewan MacColl; Gary Watson; Ian McMillan; Ian Dalrymple; All authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : BFA Educational Media, [1970]
Edition/Format:  DVD video : English 
Summary: Depicts the various institutions, traditions, and forces which shaped Chaucer's life and writings. Includes medieval paintings, tapestries, and music, and portions of Chaucer's poetry.
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