For invited perticipants only.


Thursday 5th May

8:45 Welcome

Session I Chair: Mark Everist

9:00–10:00: Catherine A. Bradley (University of Oslo):

Sources and Notations Around 1300: The Evidence and Implications of Ars antiqua Motet and Organum Fragments in Stockholm

10:00–11:00 Matthew P. Thomson (University College Dublin):

Sacred Ars antiqua Motets in Fourteenth-Century Italy: GB-Ob Lat. liturg. e. 42

11:00–11:30 Coffee

11:30–12:30 Karl Kügle (University of Oxford):

The Huybens Motet Fragment Revisited: Courtoisie in Lotharingia?


12:30–13:45 Lunch


Session II Chair: Karen Desmond

13:45–14:45 Mark Everist (University of Southampton):

Rhythm and Reception, c.1300: The Legacy of organum triplum

14:45–15:45 David Catalunya (University of Oxford/University of Würzburg):

New Fragments of a Late Thirteenth-Century Liber organi in Barcelona

15:45–16:15 Coffee

16:15–17:15 Sean Curran (Trinity College, Cambridge):

Turning a New Leaf: Observations on the Design of Music Books, c.1300

17:15–18:15 Peter M. Lefferts (University of Nebraska-Lincoln):

Old and New in Two Manuscripts Uncovered by Gordon Anderson: Insular Latin Motets on Flyleaves in Tours and Prague


Friday 6th May

Session III Chair: Karl Kügle

9:00–10:00 Joseph W. Mason (New College, Oxford):

Reconstructing the Lincoln College Fragments: Some Observations and Questions

10:00–11:00 Karen Desmond (Brandeis University):

Tempus, Tempo, and Insular Semibreves

11:00–11:30 Coffee

11:30–12:30 David Maw (University of Oxford):

The Ars nova of Petrus de Cruce


12:30–14:00 Lunch


Session IV Chair: Peter M. Lefferts

14:00–15:00 Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba (Polish Academy of Sciences):

New Evidence for Dating Jacobus’s Citations of Johannes de Muris’s Musica speculativa

15:00–16:00 Margaret Bent (All Souls College, Oxford):

Artes novae

16:00–16:30 Coffee

16:30–17:30 Anna Zayaruznaya (Yale University):

Perspectives on Undifferentiated Semibreves from Both Sides of 1300