Claire | September 18, 2020
A big thank you to composer and music producer Roberto Lorenz who has written this guest article for us today about his album, “Music for Anne Boleyn – Court music from her rise and reign”, which was released on 7th September 2020. Over to Roberto… Ever since my history teacher first mentioned her, I’ve been […]
Claire | October 5, 2015
Thank you so much to David Skinner of Alamire for contacting me via Facebook about this new video on Anne Boleyn’s Songbook, which includes David discussing the songbook and sharing images from it, as well as performances from Alamire – enjoy!
Claire | September 28, 2015
Thank you to Jane Moulder, the Tudor Society’s music expert and a member of the Renaissance music group Piva, for letting me know about this beautiful performance of “O death, rock me asleep”, a lament which some say that Anne Boleyn wrote while she was in the Tower of London. There is, however, as historian […]
Claire | September 15, 2015
You may already have seen this on the news, so apologies for sharing it again, but for those who haven’t heard, some compositions from a book known as “Anne Boleyn’s Songbook” have been performed and recorded by the Alamire Choir. The book, which is manuscript 1070 in the collection of the Royal College of Music, […]