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Mediaeval Carols, transcribed and ed. by John Stevens, 3rd rev. edn prepared by David Fallows, Musica Britannica 4. London: Stainer & Bell and the Musica Britannica Trust, 2018. xxxiv + 180 pp. £98. ISBN 978 0 852 49958 0. - David Fallows, Henry V and the Earliest English Carols: 1413–1440. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018. 216 pp. £120. ISBN 978 1 472 42192 0 (hardback); 978 1 315 61090 0 (e-book).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 September 2020

LISA COLTON*
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(L.M.Colton@hud.ac.uk)

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1 For an alternative perspective on the existence of the carol as a stable, recognisable form in the fifteenth century, see Colton, Lisa and McInnes, Louise, ‘High or Low? Medieval English Carols as Part of Vernacular Culture, 1380–1450’, in Vernacular Aesthetics in the Later Middle Ages: Politics, Performativity, and Reception from Literature to Music, ed. Jager, Katharine (New York, 2019), 119–47CrossRefGoogle Scholar, at 120–5.

2 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, ed. Battles, Paul (Peterborough, Ontario, 2012), 105–6Google Scholar.

3 Greene, Richard L., ed., The Early English Carols, 2nd edn (Oxford, 1977)Google Scholar.

4 This argument forms the main topic of Chapter 14, ‘Social Context, 1: The Royal Court and Political Propaganda’, pp. 92–103.

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Mediaeval Carols, transcribed and ed. by John Stevens, 3rd rev. edn prepared by David Fallows, Musica Britannica 4. London: Stainer & Bell and the Musica Britannica Trust, 2018. xxxiv + 180 pp. £98. ISBN 978 0 852 49958 0. - David Fallows, Henry V and the Earliest English Carols: 1413–1440. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018. 216 pp. £120. ISBN 978 1 472 42192 0 (hardback); 978 1 315 61090 0 (e-book).
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