Hark - An Acoustic Archaeology Of Elizabethan England

Chris Brookes and Alan Hall sift the sound-worlds of two contemporary English environments in search of evidence of the vivid aural landscapes inhabited by Shakespeare and Elizabeth I.

With contributions from bell-ringer Simon Meyer, Shakespearean voice coach Stewart Pearce, historian Elizabeth Goldring, retired river-man Gordon Dickens, acoustic archaeologist Bruce Smith and musician Anthony Rooley.

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Chris Brookes and Alan Hall sift the sound-worlds of two contemporary English environments in search of evidence of the vivid aural landscapes inhabited by Shakespeare and Elizabeth I.

With contributions from bell-ringer Simon Meyer, Shakespearean voice coach Stewart Pearce, historian Elizabeth Goldring, retired river-man Gordon Dickens, acoustic archaeologist Bruce Smith and musician Anthony Rooley.

20090901

Chris Brookes and Alan Hall sift the sound-worlds of two contemporary English environments in search of evidence of the vivid aural landscapes inhabited by Shakespeare and Elizabeth I.

With contributions from bell-ringer Simon Meyer, Shakespearean voice coach Stewart Pearce, historian Elizabeth Goldring, retired river-man Gordon Dickens, acoustic archaeologist Bruce Smith and musician Anthony Rooley.