Jane Flynn is a musicologist and performer (organ, harpsichord, piano). The research interests reflected in this blog concern the education of church musicians in England from about 1485-1603 and the skills that they developed.

The purpose of this site is to disseminate over ten years of research that demonstrates many of the improvisation techniques of  the Tudor period. These are not only enjoyable to experiment with, but they will also help you to develop a deeper appreciation of the vocal and instrumental music of the period.

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