'Commemoration, Ritual and Performance : The Iberian Connection : Medieval and Renaissance music from The St Laurence Chamber Choir' (recorded at St Scholastica’s Chapel, Glebe, New South Wales, February 2005, directed by Dr Neil McEwan), CD project directed by Dr Jane M. Hardie, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney – see Symposia, ‘Commemoration, Ritual and Performance’, July 2004. Most of the music from Medieval and Renaissance Iberia is performed here for the first time, and is the result of new research.
‘Ductus, a guide to medieval Latin palaeography’ by Centre for Medieval Studies Associate Member Bernard Muir (English, Melbourne). This CD ROM won first prize in its category at the “2000 Awards for excellence in educational publishing”. The second edition can be purchased via the “Medieval multimedia” website at: http://amems.unimelb.edu.au/
'Selections from Shakespeare in Early Modern English' (recorded at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds), CD directed by Tom Burton (Adelaide) for Chaucer Studio, 2003
‘Chaucer's Tale of Melibee’ (recorded at the New Chaucer Society Congress in Boulder, Colorado, with Andrew Lynch as Chaucer), CD directed by Tom Burton (Adelaide) for Chaucer Studio, 2003
'The Manciple’s Tale' (read by Philip Thiel), CD directed by Tom Burton (Adelaide) for Chaucer Studio, 2003
'The Second Nun’s Tale' (read by Katherine Davies), CD directed by Tom Burton (Adelaide) for Chaucer Studio, 2003