The Tudor court was all about competitive displays of power and wealth. This series examines the influence of music and entertainment on the balance of power.
In this talk, Jeremy Summerly, Director of Music at St Peter's College Oxford, explores how Henry VIII used music to shape his own image and consolidate the reformation in England.
This talk was originally recorded at Hampton Court Palace in 2017.
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