In his first novel, Time Will Tell, Donald Greig spins a web across three worlds of early music; the composer (Ockeghem), the academic (an isolated American called Andrew Eiger) and the modern vocal ensemble (the pun-tastic Beyond Compère), but it is not – according to the author himself - a roman à clef, but rather a springboard from which he launches into a series of beautifully observed episodes at a point when these different camps become temporarily intertwined.
Time Will Tell By Donald Greig
ISBN: 978 0 85728 624 6
Thames River Press
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