Series: Cambridge Studies in Music

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The Beneventan Chant by Thomas Forrest Kelly
Music and Patronage in Sixteenth-Century Mantua by Iain Fenlon
Music and Poetry in the Early Tudor Court by John E. Stevens
Music and the Reformation in England, 1549-1660 by Peter Le Huray
Music and Theatre from Poliziano to Montiverdi by Nino Pirrotta
The Music of the English Parish Church, Volume 1 by Nicholas Temperley
The Music of the English Parish Church, Volume 2 by Nicholas Temperley
Musical Life in Biedermeier Vienna by Alice M. Hanson
The Organ Music of J. S. Bach by Peter Williams
The Organ Music of J. S. Bach, Volume 1 by Peter Williams
The Organ Music of J. S. Bach, Volume 2 by Peter Williams
The Organ Music of J. S. Bach, Volume 3 by Peter Williams
Patrons and Musicians of the English Renaissance by David C. Price
Words and Music in the Middle Ages: Song, Narrative, Dance and Drama, 1050-1350 by John Stevens

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