A special Anniversary issue of Early Music, Editor Francis Knights, was devoted to Dowland in May 2013, vol.xli/2, including a number of papers from this conference:


Elizabeth Kenny, ‘Editorial’, pp.187-188

Peter Hauge, ‘Dowland and his time in Copenhagen, 1598–1606’, pp.189-203

Michael Gale, ‘John Dowland, celebrity lute teacher’, pp.205-218

John Bryan, ‘“Their last foile and polishment”: aspects of compositional refinement in the consort dances of Dowland and Holborne’, pp.219-237

Kirsten Gibson, ‘John Dowland and the Elizabethan courtier poets’, pp.239-253

Christopher Hogwood, ‘John Dowland on the keyboard’, pp.255-272

Anthony Rooley, ‘1612—John Dowland and the emblem tradition’, pp.273-280

Roger Savage, ‘This is the record of John: eight decades of Dowland on disc’, pp.281-294

Hopkinson Smith, ‘Whose heavenly touch doth ravish human sense…’, pp.295-297

Jakob Lindberg, ‘Touch and passion: unlocking the power of the lute’, pp.298-300

Nigel North, ‘Searching for Dowland’, pp.301-305

Paul O’Dette, ‘Dowland’s iPod: some possible models for John Dowland’s lute fantasias’, pp.306-316