Elizabeth Eva Leach

Elizabeth Eva Leach FBA is a British medievalist, musicologist and academic, professor of music at the University of Oxford.[1]

Selected publications

  • Sung Birds: Music, Nature, and Poetry in the Later Middle Ages (2007)
  • Guillaume de Machaut: Secretary, Poet, Musician (2011)


  1. ^ "Elizabeth Eva Leach | Oxford University Faculty of Music". Music.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 18 February 2018.

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