Anton Kammell – a Bohemian Composer in 18th Century England

A study of the composer and his friends, including Thomas Anson of Shugborough.

Thomas Anson and Shugborough

A detailed study of Thomas Anson, his travels and his role as a patron of The Greek Revival

Conversations in Arcadia

Studies of the forgotten Platonists of 18th Century England, James Harris, Floyer Sydenham and Elizabeth Carter, including the text of a talk to the Temenos Academy 10th February 2020.

Requiem for Mignon

An investigation into the life and death of Mignon Harman, who claimed, to Sir Kenneth Clark, to be the daughter of Sir Edward Elgar.

The Ravello Dialogues, and other documents

This is a series of fanciful dialogues, stories and  essays exploring my purely personal philosophy of music, with a selection of old poems as an appendix.

Hidden Music – echoes-of-a-musical-theology

A personal outline of the ideas which lie behind my music and film projects and The Ravello Dialogues – a brief account of a musical Christian-Platonism.

The Meaning of Music in 18th Century England

The musical philosophy explained from an 18th century point of view.

Lord Berners

A personal view of the composer, artist and novelist.

The Stations of Creation  – A Franciscan version

A set of meditations for use by retreats etc.