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David Hiley

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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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A name incorrectly assigned to Pierre-Louis Hus-Desforges.

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( DK-Kk Thott 291, 8o). See Sources, MS, §IX, 8.

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( F-Pn n.a.fr.13521). See Sources, MS, §V, 2.

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( US-Wc M2.1 L25 Case). See Sources, MS, §IX, 8.

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( GB-Llp 1). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

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( E-L 8). 10th-century Mozarabic antiphoner. See Sources, MS, §II, 9.

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Rita Benton

This article provides a survey of institutional libraries containing source materials of Western music. It does not deal with libraries of recorded sound, with privately owned libraries, with collections of instruments, or in a substantive way with collections of non-Western or traditional materials (which are referred to in entries on the cultures concerned). ...

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Wesley K. Morgan

A term applied to certain 15th- and 16th-century German collections of polyphonic songs or short lyric poems that were usually sung. F.W. Arnold was perhaps the first to use it in an article, ‘Das Locheimer Liederbuch nebst der Ars organisandi von Conrad Paumann’ (Jahrbücher für musikalische Wissenschaft...

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Luise Eitel Peake

A circle or club of people dedicated to the cultivation of popular song. Examples are the ‘Mittwochskränzchen’ (‘Cour d’amour’) that met during the early 1800s in Goethe’s Weimar home, the Stägemann circle in Berlin, 1815–18, that included the young poet Wilhelm Müller, the Dresden Liederkreis (‘Dichtertee’), ...

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[ B-Lu 153]. See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iv).

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Barbara Lambert and Albert R. Rice

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Nigel Simeone and David A. Threasher

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( D-B Mus.ms.40613). See Sources, MS, §IX, 7 and Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).

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Ascription in Petrucci’s Canti B (RISM 1502²) of a piece commonly attributed to Jean Braconnier.

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Possibly the compiler of a manuscript containing five partbooks. See Sources of instrumental ensemble music to 1630 , §4.

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( I-La 184, PEc 3065). See Sources, MS, §VIII, 2 .

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