Further Information


On line articles

The original document was published as a web page, located at: http://members.ozemail.com.au/~grayn1/gresley/Gresley.html Norman's article includes a discussion of the interpretation of Prenes on Gre, (http://members.ozemail.com.au/~grayn1/gresley/interpgr.html), and a more detailed description of the trace (http://members.ozemail.com.au/~grayn1/gresley/Trace.htm).

For a further introduction to the Gresley Dance Collection see The Gresley Dance Collection in The Letter of Dance, available on line at http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/lod/vol5/gresley.html.


Printed Sources

Almost all quotes, text in itallic, in this document come from the article by David Fallows (indicated by “DF” in the text). Music was reinterpreted from the photocopies of the manuscript as presented in the same article.

"The Gresley Dance Collection, c.1500" David Fallows, RMA research chronicle xxix (1996) pp.1-20.

"Dance in early Tudor England: an Italian connection?" Jennifer Nevile, Early Music, May 1998

W.R. Streitberger, Court revels, 1485-1559



Katrina Hunt (also known as Mistress Mathilde, Baroness Politarchopolis) has interpreted the music.