James tyler - music of the renaissance virtuosi


He composed and arranged music for four productions of a BBC television cycle of Shakespeare plays, including Romeo and Juliet, and Henry VIII. He can also be heard – and seen – in the film Mary, Queen of Scots (1971), for which one of his off-screen duties was to instruct Glenda Jackson, as Elizabeth I, in the art of smashing lutes, in this instance over the head of Daniel Massey, playing Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Jim recounted how the prop man wheeled in 10 historically accurate balsa lutes, most of which were destroyed in the interest of securing the perfect take.


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