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Ernest H. Sanders and Peter M. Lefferts

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( GB-Lbl Add.29485). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660.

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Ernest H. Sanders and Peter M. Lefferts

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Stanley Boorman, John A. Emerson, David Hiley, David Fallows, Thomas B. Payne, Elizabeth Aubrey, Lorenz Welker, Manuel Pedro Ferreira, Ernest H. Sanders, Peter M. Lefferts, Ursula Günther, Gilbert Reaney, Kurt von Fischer, Gianluca D’Agostino, Charles Hamm, Jerry Call and Herbert Kellman

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Kurt von Fischer and Gianluca D’Agostino

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Manuscript in the Wildenstein Collection, New York (without shelf-mark), formerly in the possession of the Marquis of Vogüé. See Sources, MS, §VII, 2.

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( GB-Ob Mus.Sch.E.420–22). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

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Jonathan Pieslak

Music has always been a part of war. While much of music’s role throughout history has been to signal commands and maneuver troops, it also appears as a powerful way to inspire troops for combat, to boost morale, or even to intimidate an adversary. Plato believed that the Phrygian mode could incite aggressive behavior. In American history, George Washington felt that music was so important to the morale of his troops that he ordered drum and fife majors to improve the quality of music or suffer a deduction in wages....

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( D-Mu , 4° 718). See Sources of instrumental ensemble music to 1630, §4.

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(US-NHu Rare Ma.21. W.632). See Sources of lute music, §7 .

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( A-Wn 2701). See Sources, MS

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( D-DS 3471). See Sources, MS, §V, 1.

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( GB-WCc 153). See Sources, MS, §IX, 8.

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( GB-Ccc 473). 10th–11th-century troper. See Sources, MS, §IV, 2.

Sources, MS, §IV, 2: Organum and discant: The Winchester troper

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( D-B theol.q.290). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).

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( D-B theol.q.290). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).

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( D-B theol.q.290). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).