Readership: Musicologists, medievalists and social scientists interested in early music, literature, and "sound studies," as well as general readers interested in medieval song and culture.
Emma Dillon, Associate Professor of Music, University of Pennsylvania
Emma Dillon is Professor of Music at the University of Pennsylvania, and specialist of medieval music. She is author of Medieval Music-Making and the Roman de Fauvel (2002).
A Note to the Reader
About the Companion Website
Chapter One Listening to the Past, Listening in the Past
Chapter Two Sound and the City
Chapter Three Charivari
Chapter Four Madness and the Eloquence of Nonsense
Chapter Five Sound in Prayer
Chapter Six Sound in Prayer Books
Chapter Seven Praying with Sound: The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux and
Chapter Eight Devotional Listening and the Montpellier Codex