To mark the anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, The Clerks bring together works associated with the reign of King Henry V, including some the finest examples of sacred polyphony of the late Middle Ages. The programme draws on the rich seam of music contained within the Old Hall Manuscript, as well as motets and mass movements by the great John Dunstable. Two works thought to be by King Henry himself also feature, alongside the well-known Agincourt Carol.
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This concert is part of the 2015 Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
(image courtesy of the Master and Fellows of Trinity College)