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ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE EAR episode 4. The Window / feat. annea lockwood, dr. helen lacey & adam horovitz

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE EAR episode 4. The Window / feat. annea lockwood, dr. helen lacey & adam horovitz

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Chris Cundy, Guillaume de Machaut (performed by Heather Roche, Chris Cundy & Rhodri Davies), Chris Cundy & Troublehouse (feat. Rhodri Davies, Marjolaine Charbin & Mark Sanders), Chris Cundy & Troublehouse (feat. Rhodri Davies, Marjolaine Charbin, Mark Sanders, Angharad Davies, and Dominic Lash) and Annea Lockwood.

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE EAR is a series of hour length listening programmes exploring historic places and artefacts that have sonorous or musical stories to tell. Created by musician and composer Chris Cundy each episode features interviews with a range of historians, crafts people, subject experts, musicians, performers and songwriters

In this episode Chris Cundy meets pioneering composer and sound artist Annea Lockwood to talk about her innovative work with glass during the 1960’s, and we return to Gloucester Cathedral to look at its breathtaking medieval east window. We also visit stained glass expert Leonie Seliger at her studio in Canterbury, and we hear from late medieval historian Dr Helen Lacey who tells us how the window reveals a clue about one of the most tumultuous events in English history. Including narratives read by the poet and writer Adam Horovitz

In partnership with Gloucester Cathedral and 1381.online and supported by Help Musicians UK and Arts Council England

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