Recordings (non-orchestral)

Bassoon Collection CD-SAR35 The Finchcock’s Collection

Johann Sebastian Bach: Musical Offering, BWV 1079 with Ensemble Sonnerie (Virgin CD 45139)

This must be the most purely enjoyable Musical Offering for a long time.

Gramaphone Magazine Critic’s choice 1996

Published work

Dances of the Living and the Dead: A study of the Danse Mcabre Imagery within the context of Late-Medieval Dance Culture’, by Frances Eustace with Pamela M. King in Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, edited by Sophie Oosterwijk and Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2011).

Dance and Gesture as media for dramatic expression’, in The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance, ed. by Pamela King (London and New York: Routledge, 2017).

Conference Papers

“The employment and deployment of ‘loud music’ by Kings and Courts as a weapon of influence and domination.”
Leeds IMC 2012

‘Karolles, wrastlynges, or somour games, who-so euer haunteþ any swyche shames’.
Leeds IMC 2013

“Twas then the Fair-time in that City”: Late Medieval Soundscapes
Kalamazoo 2013 (nominated for The Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society Alexandra Johnston Award for Best New Conference Paper in Early Drama Studies by a Graduate Student)

Music and Minstrelsy in Piers Plowman
International Piers Plowman Society, Langland Study Day, Worcester Cathedral, September 2015.