1. Editorial
  2. Stephen Rose
  3. p. 337
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  1. In Buxtehude's footsteps
  2. David Gaynor Yearsley
  3. pp. 339-353
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  1. Modes and tones in Buxtehude’s organ works
  2. Geoffrey Webber
  3. pp. 355-369
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  1. From Lübeck to Sweden: thoughts and observations on the Buxtehude sources in the Düben collection
  2. Peter Wollny
  3. pp. 371-383
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  1. Buxtehude on CD: a tercentenary survey
  2. Peter Holman
  3. pp. 385-396
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  1. To repeat (or not to repeat)? Dance cues in Restoration English opera
  2. Michael Burden
  3. pp. 397-417
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  1. A ballet des nations for English audiences: Europe's revels for the peace of Ryswick (1697)
  2. Kathryn Lowerre
  3. pp. 419-433
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  1. Scholarly support?
  2. Andrew Parrott
  3. pp. 434-494
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  1. 'So Great a Master as Mr Isaac': an exemplary dancing-master of late Stuart London
  2. Jennifer Thorp
  3. pp. 435-446
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  1. Tallis, Isidore of Seville and Suscipe quaeso
  2. Kerry Robin McCarthy
  3. pp. 447-450
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  1. The remarkable story of musical notation
  2. Helen Deeming
  3. pp. 451-452
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  1. Not quite just
  2. Ibo Ortgies
  3. pp. 452-454
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  1. Bridging Renaissance and Baroque
  2. Alex Fisher
  3. pp. 454-456
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  1. Lost voices
  2. Richard Wistreich
  3. pp. 456-458
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  1. Tercentenary Buxtehude
  2. Stephen Rose
  3. pp. 459-460
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  1. Just the facts?
  2. David Hunter
  3. pp. 460-462
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  1. Northumbrian Baroque
  2. Thomas McGeary
  3. pp. 462-464
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  1. Bizzarri, bizzarri, bizzarri. ..
  2. Anthony Rooley
  3. p. 465
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  1. Singing Jacquet de La Guerre
  2. Greer Garden
  3. pp. 466-467
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  1. Collecting Roseingrave
  2. Barry Cooper
  3. pp. 468-469
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  1. C. P. E. Bach, old and new
  2. Douglas Hollick
  3. pp. 469-470
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  1. Medieval music by Christians, Jews and Arabs
  2. Ivan Moody
  3. pp. 471-472
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  1. Guerrero and his contemporaries
  2. Kenneth Kreitner
  3. pp. 473-474
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  1. Early keyboard music
  2. Paul Simmonds
  3. pp. 474-477
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  1. Rare Italian instrumental music
  2. Elizabeth Roche
  3. pp. 477-480
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  1. French keyboard music, known and unknown
  2. David Chung
  3. pp. 480-482
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  1. As one Bach door closes...
  2. Eric Cross
  3. pp. 482-484
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  1. Sammartini to Mendelssohn
  2. Peter Branscombe
  3. pp. 484-486
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  1. The emperor’s new clothes? ‘Period’ Beethoven and performance traditions
  2. Nancy November
  3. pp. 486-488
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  1. Holy Week in Cuenca
  2. Tess Knighton
  3. pp. 489-490
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  1. Locating the bridge
  2. Herbert W. Myers
  3. pp. 491-493
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  1. Another blast on the musicological trumpet
  2. Peter Downey
  3. pp. 494-495
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  1. A new Internet Academy
  2. p. 501
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