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Since 1979 Graeme Lawson and Cambridge Music-archaeological Research have
been at the forefront of European ancient music research, playing a pioneering role
both in the technical and philosophical development of the field and in the promotion of
sound and music as research themes within British archaeology.
Cambridge
Music-archaeological Research
is a multidisciplinary research project combining
scientific and archaeological exploration with experimental music studies.
The lyre from the Anglo-Saxon
royal ship-burial at Sutton Hoo,
Suffolk. Reconstruction by
Graeme Lawson 2001, for the
National Trust.
Jew's harp
medieval

Copper-alloy frame with part of the steel tongue
remaining. Imaged in 2001 as part of the Cambridge
Music-archaeological Survey
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Cambridge
Music-
archaeological
Research
Studies in the
archaeology of
musical and
other acoustical
behaviours
3 - Publications
cambridge music-archaeological research <http://www.orfeo.co.uk>
archaeologia musica - p.o. box
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Contents:
The tenor shawm from the wreck of the English Warship
Mary Rose (1545): facsimile of the remains and reconstruction
of the instrument by Graeme Lawson 1984, for the Mary Rose Trust.
4 - Selected abstracts
2 - The new archaeology of music
1 - FULL INDEX
5 - Recordings (in development)
6 - Links (in development)
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Latest update: 03 March 2009

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Fragments of the
Bergh Apton lyre
1978