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EMM Jan 1973 # 1.1

p 1: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 3: On the performance of 15th century chansons. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 11: Percussion instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. author: James Blades
p 18: Stanesby flute, Kirckman harpsichord. [Sale Room Record]
p 19: Renaissance through Japanese eyes; record of a strange triumphal journey. author: Eta Harich Schneider
p 27: Early pianos; their history and character. author: C.F. Colt
p 34: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 37: International recorder and early music ensemble competition; Bruges 1972.

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EMM Apr 1973 # 1.2

p 66: Vivaldi's church music: an introduction. author: Denis Arnold
p 77: The cittern. author: Robert Hadaway
p 81: The cittern repertoire. author: George A. Weigand
p 84: Capriole's revenge; a conversation between James Blades and Jeremy Montagu wherein the pupil instructs the master..
p 93: Playing early pianos - a lost tradition. author: Madeau Stewart
p 97: The London Salerooms in 1972. [Sale Room Record] author: Graham Wells
p 101: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 107: Recorder modifications; in search of the expressive recorder. author: Alec Loretto
p 111: Stanley Sadie: Handel Concertos. [Book Review] reviewer: Hutchins
p 112: Edwin M Ripin, ed.: Keyboard instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart
p 112: Francis Routh: Early English organ music. [Book Review] reviewer: Langley
p 113: E.H. Fellows, revised by J.A. Westrup: English cathedral music. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 113: Lyndesay G. Langwill: An index of wind instrument makers. [Book Review] reviewer: Baines

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EMM Jul 1973 # 1.3

p 129: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 131: The choice of instruments in baroque music. author: Robert Donnington
p 139: The crumhorn: historical sources. author: Marcus Wells
p 142: An introduction to the crumhorn repertoire. author: Bernard Thomas
p 147: Recorder modifications 2; how to make blocks. author: Alec Loretto
p 152: New types of flute embouchure sections. author: Raoul J. Fajardo
p 154: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 167: David Johnson: Music and Society in Lowland Scotland in the 18th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart

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EMM Oct 1973 # 1.4

p 193: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 195: The art of courtley love. author: David Munrow
p 201: The Shaekespeare-Purcell Fairy Queen; a defense and recommendation. author: Roger Savage
p 223: On the reconstruction of a medieval tabor. author: Alan Mynett
p 229: Recorder modifications 3. author: Alec Loretto
p 233: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 239: Frederick Crane: Extant medieval musical instruments: a provisional catalogue by types. [Book Review] reviewer: Brown
p 241: Willi Apel: The history of keyboard music to 1700 (tr Tischler). [Book Review] reviewer: Caldwell
p 243: Nigel Wilkins: One hundred ballades, rondeaux and virelais from the late middle ages. [Book Review] reviewer: Jeffrey
p 245: Paula Johnson: Form and transformation in music and poetry in English renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Walls
p 245: Philip J. Bone: The guitar and mandolin. [Book Review] reviewer: Ford
p 246: C. van Leeuwen Boomkamp, J.H. van der Meer: The Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp collection of musical instruments, a descriptive catalogue. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart

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EMM Jan 1974 # 2.1

p 1: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 2: The Old Hall manuscript. author: Margaret Bent
p 15: Playing from original notation. author: Joscelyn Godwin
p 20: Early percussion techniques. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 25: A checklist of music for the cittern. author: James Tyler.
p 31: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 35: The London Salerooms in 1973. [Sale Room Record] author: Graham Wells
p 39: Raymond Russell: The harpsichord and clavichord. [Book Review] reviewer: Clark
p 41: Howard Mayer Brown, Joan Lascelle: Musical iconography: a manual for cataloguing musical subjects in western art before 1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 43: Jerome Roche: The madrigal. [Book Review] reviewer: Brown
p 45: Alec Robertson: The church cantates of J.S. Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Darlow
p 45: Louise Cuyler: The emperor Maximilian I and music. [Book Review] reviewer: Brown
p 45: Maud Karpeles: An introduction to English folk songs. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart
p 53: A note on recorder block making. author: Gordon Wood

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EMM Apr 1974 # 2.2

p 1: No index available for April 1974.

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EMM Jul 1974 # 2.3

p 149: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 151: Playing the crumhorn: first steps. author: Bernard Thomas
p 157: Unfamiliar sources - or cooking with music. author: Madeau Stewart
p 160: 16th century ensemble viol music. author: Michael Morrow
p 164: Common 16th century dance forms: some further notes. author: Peter Walls
p 166: An aspect of medieval fiddle construction. author: Christopher Page
p 169: A guide to the restoration of woodwind instruments. author: Michael Zadro
p 176: London Salerooms report. author: Graham Wells
p 178: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 183: Warren Kirkendale: L'aria di Fiorenza id est il Ballo del Gran Duca. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 185: Ann Livermore: A short history of Spanish music. [Book Review] reviewer: Sage
p 187: Edgar Hunt, ed.: The English harpsichord magazine and early keyboard instrument review. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 189: Ian Spink: English song, Dowland to Purcell. [Book Review] reviewer: Walls
p 191: John Stevens: Medieval romance. [Book Review] reviewer: J.M. Thomson

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EMM Oct 1974 # 2.4

p 217: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 219: Guillaume Dufay and the early renaissance. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 235: An introduction to renaissance viols. author: Ian Harwood
p 247: First steps on the dulcimer. author: David Kettlewell
p 254: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 256: Ernest Closson: History of the piano. [Book Review] reviewer: Colt
p 261: London Salerooms report. author: Graham Wells
p 265: Nuremberg conference on restoration. author: Jeremy Montagu

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EMM Jan 1975 # 3.1

p 2: The renaissance flute. author: Bernard Thomas
p 11: Renaissance and baroque recorders: choosing an instrument. author: Christopher Ball
p 19: The Roessler recorder. author: K.J. Sayers
p 21: Playing the serpent. author: Alan G. Moore
p 25: Giovanni Gabrieli: a guide to the performance of his instrumental music. authors: Clifford Barlet, Peter Holman
p 33: Introducing the hurdy-gurdy. author: Francis Baines
p 39: Wanda Landowska and her repertoire: a note. author: Timothy Bainbridge
p 42: Maximilian I and his instruments. author: Christine K. Mather
p 47: The diversity of medieval fiddles. author: Mary Remnant
p 51: Reply to Remnant. author: Christopher Page
p 52: Bruges harpsichord week 1974. author: Howard Schott
p 58: Rovetta and Tunder - misattribution or plagiarism. author: Jerome Roche
p 61: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 63: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 75: Instrument restoration (see Zadro). [Correspondence] author: Montagu
p 75: When is an appoggiatura not an appoggiatura. [Correspondence] author: Donnington
p 77: 7/8 metres (see Kettlewell). [Correspondence] author: Young
p 77: 7/8 metres (see Young). [Correspondence] author: Montagu
p 77: Complacent viols? (see Hallifax). [Correspondence] author: Morrow
p 77: Complacent viols? (see Morrow). [Correspondence] author: Hallifax
p 77: Recorder voicing (see Hubbard). [Correspondence] author: Loretto
p 79: Aeolian harps. [Correspondence] author: Hunt
p 79: Apology (to Stimulus). [Correspondence]
p 79: Crumhorn sounds. [Correspondence] author: Moeck
p 79: Engagements wanted. [Correspondence] author: Suzanne
p 79: Family origins (Halliday). [Correspondence] author: Halliday
p 79: Glass harmonica wanted. [Correspondence] author: Cleeve
p 79: `In seculum viellatoris'. [Correspondence] author: McAlpine
p 79: Plea for (imitation) ivory bank. [Correspondence] author: von Huene
p 83: David Boalch: Makers of the harpsichord and clavichord 1440-1840, 2nd ed. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 85: Betty Bang Mather: Interpretation of French music from 1675 to 1775, for woodwind and other performers. [Book Review] reviewer: Preston
p 89: David Brown: Wilbye. [Book Review] reviewer: Timms
p 101: Instrument case wanted. [Correspondence] author: Hill

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EMM Apr 1975 # 3.2

p 107: Graces of play in renaissance lute music. author: Diana Poulton
p 115: John Dowland and English lute music. author: Anthony Rooley
p 119: Three English lute manuscripts (Mynshall, Sampson, Board). author: Robert Spencer
p 124: Checklist of some recently discovered English lute manuscripts (Sampson, Board, Trumbull, Hender Robarts, Mynshall, Burwell). author: Diana Poulton
p 126: Buying a harpsichord - 1. author: Trever Pinnock
p 132: The first steps towards playing the cornett - 1. author: Christopher Monk
p 134: Woods used for woodwind instruments since the 16th century - 1. author: Michael Zadro
p 140: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 143: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 147: Edwin Ripin: The instrument catalogs of Leopoldo Franciolini. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 149: Charles Jacobs: Francisco Correa de Arauxo. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 151: Brussels Museum: Ruckers Genootschap Antwerpen 1969-1974. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 151: Denis Arnold: Giovanni Gabrieli. [Book Review] reviewer: Parrott
p 153: Johann Altenburg: Essay in an introduction to the heroic and musical art of the trumpeter and kettledrummer. [Book Review] reviewer: Smithers
p 155: Hermann Moeck: Spazierstockinstrumente Czakane, Englische und Wiener Flageolette. [Book Review] reviewer: Bate
p 157: Ernst Pohlmann: Laute, Theorbe, Chitarrone. [Book Review] reviewer: Rooley
p 157: Martin Battestin: The providence of wit. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 173: Stimulus and satiety at Washington. author: Joscelyn Godwin
p 175: Lute construction and playing, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Harwood
p 175: Lute construction and playing. [Correspondence] author: W. Williams
p 185: Crumhorns. [Correspondence] author: Douglas Leonard
p 185: Crumhorns. [Correspondence] author: Hermann Moeck
p 187: Re-quilling a harpsichord. [Correspondence] author: Ian Bond
p 189: Restoration and the Brussels Museum. [Correspondence] author: Nicolas Meeùs
p 191: High standards at the London College of Furniture. [Correspondence] author: J.M. Thomson
p 199: The lute worldwide - 1; Australia. author: Helen Richmond
p 199: The lute worldwide - 1; Holland. author: Gusta Goldschmidt
p 199: The lute worldwide - 1; USA. author: Donna Curry

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EMM Jul 1975 # 3.3

p 221: Secular musicial practice in sacred art. author: Emanuel Winternitz
p 227: Performance practices in the frottola (16th century Italian solo secular song). author: William Prizer
p 240: Bend the finger at all three joints; a first-hand record of Landowska's teaching methods. author: Ruth Dyson
p 242: Talking points 1; the 'authentic' sound of early music. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 244: The first steps towards playing the cornett - 2. author: Christopher Monk
p 249: Woods used for woodwind instruments since the 16th century - 2. author: Michael Zadro
p 252: Performing early music on record - 1; the Italian Trecento. author: David Fallows
p 261: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 263: Rameau's Les Boréades. author: Robert Donnington
p 265: International lute week 1975. author: Michael Lowe
p 269: Francis Collinson: The bagpipe. [Book Review] reviewer: Baines
p 271: Irving Sloane: Guitar repair. [Book Review] reviewer: Saunders
p 271: Nicolo Pasquali: Thorough-bass made easy, facsimile of the 1763 edition. [Book Review] reviewer: Donnington
p 273: Peter Williams, ed.: The organ year book. [Book Review] reviewer: Langley
p 273: Sebastien Virdung: Livre plaisant (1529) & Dit is een seer schoon boecxke; early music theory in the low countries. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 289: Instrument restoration. [Correspondence] author: Michael Zadro
p 291: Instrument restoration, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 293: Interpretation of French music. [Correspondence] author: Betty Bang
p 295: On lute bridges and frets. [Correspondence] authors: Eph Segerman, Djilda Abbott
p 297: 5/4 metres, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 297: 5/4 metres. [Correspondence] author: Ralph Leavis
p 297: Maximilian I's instruments. [Correspondence] author: Claudio Stern
p 297: Serpent problems. [Correspondence] author: Alan Lumsden
p 299: Crumhorn sounds. [Correspondence] author: Jim Balmer
p 299: The shakuhachi. [Correspondence] author: Dan Mayers
p 323: American instrument research and performance. author: Bruce Bellingham

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EMM Oct 1975 # 3.4

p 331: Dance under Louis XIV and XV; some implications for the musician. author: Meredith Little
p 341: The renaissance guitar 1500-1650. author: James Tyler
p 348: On playing the lute; Julian Bream in conversation with J.M. Thomson..
p 353: How to hold a lute: historical evidence from paintings. author: Robert Spencer
p 355: Instrument makers - 1, luthiers; Howard Schott visits the workshops of David Rubio and Michael Lowe..
p 358: Two more Dufay songs reconstructed. author: David Fallows
p 361: The medieval recorder. author: Horace Fitzpatrick
p 365: Buying a harpsichord - 2. author: Trever Pinnock
p 368: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 370: The stringing of the five course baroque guitar. author: Donald Gill
p 373: Performing early music on record - 2; continental sacred music of the 16th century. author: David Fallows
p 379: Orlando Gibbons: an index of the full and verse anthems. author: Paul Vining
p 383: Lute Society profile. author: J.M. Thomson
p 387: The lute worldwide - 2; Argentina. author: Gerardo Huseby
p 387: The lute worldwide - 2; Switzerland. author: Peter Reidemeister
p 389: The lute worldwide - 2; Italy. author: Mirko Caffagni
p 393: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 399: Laurence Picken: Folk musical instruments of Turkey. [Book Review] reviewer: Jeremy Montagu
p 401: Frank Harrison: Time, place and music: an anthology of ethnomusicological observation 1550 to 1800; source materials and studies in ethnomusicology I. [Book Review] reviewer: Raymond First
p 405: Guillermus Dufay: Festival of Flanders programme book. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 415: Collegia in American universities, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Joscelyn Goodwin
p 415: Collegia in American universities. [Correspondence] author: Edward Kottick
p 417: Details of Victor Nerinckx's bagpipes. [Correspondence] author: Frans van de Hurk
p 417: On the sound of early 16th century lutes. [Correspondence] authors: Djilda Abbott, Eph Segerman
p 417: Trumpet like crumhorn tone. [Correspondence] author: James Furner
p 419: Authenticity. [Correspondence] author: Carl Willetts
p 419: Making early keyboards. [Correspondence] author: J. Braga
p 427: Bruges 1975. J.M. Thomson.
p 429: Early music at Kirchheim. author: J.M. Thomson

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EMM Jan 1976 # 4.1

p 3: On re-reading Couperin's L'art de toucher le clavecin. author: Ralph Kirkpatrick
p 12: Singing early music. author: Andrea von Ramm
p 15: An 18th century view of the harpsichord. author: Laurence Libin
p 19: Domenico Scarlatti and Spanish folk music; a performer's re-appraisal. author: Jane Clark
p 22: French harpsichord playing in the 17th century - after Le Gallois. author: David Fuller
p 27: Early music for harpsichord - 1. author: Howard Schott
p 31: Making reeds for the baroque oboe - 1. author: Bruce Haynes
p 35: Choosing brass instruments. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 39: Geneviève Thibault, Madame H. de Chambure; an appreciation. author: Jean Jenkins
p 41: Musick of sundrie kindes; an important new anthology of 16th century music by the Consort of Musicke directed by Anthony Rooley. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 44: Reading ligatures from their ground state. author: Irving Godt
p 47: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 50: Early music throughout Europe; the present state of music in northern Europe, in particular the Netherlands. author: Marie Leonhardt
p 53: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 55: François Couperin: L'art de toucher le clavecin - the art of playing the harpsichord (tr Halford). [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 59: Raymond Meylan: La flûte - les grandes lignes de son développement de la préhistoire à nos jours - Grundzüge ihrer Entwicklung von der Urgeschichte bis zur Gegenwart. [Book Review] reviewer: Bernard Thomas
p 61: E. Ridley: Wind instruments of European art music. [Book Review] reviewer: Philip Bate
p 63: Helen Rice Hollis: The piano: a pictorial account of its ancestry and development. [Book Review] reviewer: Howard Schott
p 67: Andrew Hughes: Medieval music, the sixth liberal art. [Book Review] reviewer: Howard Mayer Brown
p 75: Authenticity. [Correspondence] author: Andrew Parkinson
p 75: Authenticity. [Correspondence] author: Rodney Eastwood
p 77: Authenticity. [Correspondence] authors: Eph Segerman, Djilda Abbott
p 79: Authenticity, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 81: Authenticity. [Correspondence] author: J.D. Beasley
p 81: Authenticity. [Correspondence] author: Norm Sohl
p 83: Instrument restoration. [Correspondence] author: Michael Zadro
p 85: Buzzers on lutes and fiddles. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 85: Renaissance and baroque guitar. [Correspondence] author: Shelagh Godwin
p 85: When is a cornett not a cornett. [Correspondence] author: Ph. de Waal
p 87: Belgian folk instruments. [Correspondence] author: G. Warren
p 87: Crumhorns. [Correspondence] author: David Strother
p 87: Lute dehydration. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott
p 87: When is a cornett not a cornett, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Monk
p 89: Architecture and music in Zadar, Yugoslavia. author: Igor Pomykalo
p 91: Paris: a survey. Fiona McAlpine.
p 95: Exhibition at Bruges and RCM - summer 1975. author: John Rawson
p 97: Nuremberg training course for musical instrument restorers.
p 99: A postscript to `two more Dufay songs reconstructed'. author: David Fallows
p 123: Early music on new instruments. author: Gordon Dodd

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EMM Apr 1976 # 4.2

p 127: `The maner of dauncying'; did our ancestors dance thus. author: John Ward
p 143: The performance of unmeasured harpsichord preludes. author: Davitt Moroney
p 153: Bassano and the orchestra of St Mark's. author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 159: Staging the Play of Daniel. author: D. Holoman
p 165: The chitarrone Francese. author: Robert Spencer
p 167: Con ogni sorte di stromenti - with every kind of instrument. author: Denis Arnold
p 173: Making reeds for the baroque oboe - 2. author: Bruce Haynes
p 183: Performing early music on record - 3; the baroque in Germany. author: Denis Arnold
p 185: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 189: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 191: Sybil Marcuse: A survey of musical instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 193: Rudolf & Uta Henning, ed.: Zeugnisse alter Musik; Graphik aus fünf Jahrhunderten. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 197: Eleanor Selfridge-Field: Venetian instrumental music from Gabrieli to Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 199: Richard Petzold: Georg Philipp Telemann. [Book Review] reviewer: Bergmann
p 201: Robert Eliason: Graves and Company, musical instrument makers. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 203: William Lichtenwanger, ed.: A survey of musical instrument collections in the United States and Canada. [Book Review] reviewer: Hullfish
p 205: Musikhandschriften in Basel Ausstellungskatalog. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 205: Old instruments in New Zealand, the Zillah and Ronald Castle collection of early and unusual musical instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 207: John Henry van der Meer: Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg. [Book Review]
p 223: Crumhorns: Dr Moeck and John Hanchet. [Correspondence] author: Hermann Moeck
p 223: Crumhorns: Dr Moeck and John Hanchet. [Correspondence] author: John Hanchet
p 225: Crumhorns: Dr Moeck and John Hanchet. [Correspondence] author: William Campbell
p 227: A gentler Arnold Dolmetsch. [Correspondence] author: Diana Poulton
p 227: A gentler Arnold Dolmetsch. [Correspondence] author: Elisabeth Goble
p 227: The `Guitarra Española'. [Correspondence] author: Monica Hall
p 229: Singing early music. [Correspondence] author: George Newton
p 229: Singing early music. [Correspondence] author: Michael Mowbray-Silver
p 229: The `Guitarra Española', a reply. [Correspondence] author: James Tyler
p 231: New society for instrument study (FoMRHI). [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 233: Baroque organs in Paris. [Correspondence] author: Arthus Lawrence
p 233: Choosing brass instruments. [Correspondence] author: Philip Bate
p 233: Woods used for woodwind. [Correspondence] author: Brian Woods
p 235: A portable microfiche reader. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman
p 235: Stringing the baroque guitar. [Correspondence] author: Robert Strizich
p 235: The lute and ivory buttons. [Correspondence] author: S.A. McCoy
p 235: Treble viol bows and a filing suggestion. [Correspondence] author: Dédée Claessens
p 237: Crwth stringing and tuning. [Correspondence] author: André Schaefer
p 237: Pro Musica Antiqua Brussels. [Correspondence] author: Robert Humbertson
p 237: Stringing the baroque guitar, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Donald Gill
p 237: The `Nürnbergisch Geigenwerk'. [Correspondence] author: Wolfgang Anton
p 239: French bergère hurdy-gurdy. [Correspondence] author: P.D. Wilcock
p 239: Instrument conference at Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam. [Correspondence] author: P.A. Kjeldsberg
p 241: El misterio de Elche. author: Holly Alonso

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EMM Jul 1976 # 4.3

p 255: Restoring the 1681 Vaudry harpsichord. author: Derek Adlam
p 266: Cavalli at St Mark's. author: Denis Arnold
p 275: A 16th century manuscript in wood; the Eglantine table at Hardwick Hall. author: David Collins
p 281: Early music for harpsichord - 2; the 17th century in Italy, France, England and Germany. author: Howard Schott
p 284: Performing early music on record - 4; the operas of Rameau. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 288: Instruments of the middle ages and renaissance: in memoriam David Munrow. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 295: Stringed musical instruments exhibition; the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles. author: Deborah Ashin
p 299: Where the wind blows. author: Christopher Monk
p 303: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 309: Friedrich Blume & others: Protestant church music: a history. [Book Review] reviewer: Aldwell
p 311: Ruth Nurmi: A modern Morley, a plain and easy introduction to the harpsichord. [Book Review] reviewer: Dyson
p 313: Ian Harwood: The Lute Society booklets - 1; a brief history of the lute. [Book Review] reviewer: Spencer
p 315: D. Krummel: English music printing 1553-1700. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 319: James Coover, Richard Colvig: Medieval and renaissance music on long-playing records: supplement, 1962-1971. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 321: Geoffrey Skelton: Paul Hindemith: the man behind the music. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 321: William Weber: Music of the middle class, comparative studies in European social history. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 323: Book Notes: Celia Bizony. The family of Bach.
p 323: Book Notes: Denis Arnold. Monteverdi.
p 323: Stella Newton: Renaissance theatre costume and the sense of the history past. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 345: Corrections and credits: April 1976.
p 345: Corrections and credits: January 1976.
p 347: Baroque oboe makers. author: Bruce Haynes
p 347: Sounding brass. [Correspondence] author: Horace Fitzpatrick
p 355: Sounding brass, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 361: Extant historical gambas. [Correspondence] author: Peter Tourin
p 361: Viol nomenclature. [Correspondence] author: Peter Tourin
p 363: Early music recordings. [Correspondence] author: Donald Kahn
p 363: Harpsichord preludes. [Correspondence] author: Lavinia Snelling
p 363: Islamic instruments. [Correspondence] author: Joscelyn Godwin
p 363: Scarlatti facsimilies. [Correspondence] author: Howard Ferguson
p 363: The Lincoln bagpipes. [Correspondence] author: Stephen Taggart
p 365: Inequality, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Diana Poulton
p 365: Inequality. [Correspondence] author: Sol Babitz
p 365: Lute bridges and frets, a reply. [Correspondence] authors: Djilda Abbott, Eph Segerman
p 365: Lute bridges and frets. [Correspondence] author: John Downing
p 367: A great bass dilemma, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Edgar Hunt
p 367: A great bass dilemma. [Correspondence] author: Charles Hudson
p 367: Cartoonist's licence, a reply. [Correspondence] author: the Cartoonist
p 367: Cartoonist's licence. [Correspondence] author: Cooper
p 367: Historical dance society. [Correspondence] author: Anne Daye
p 369: Amat's `guitarra Española'. [Correspondence] author: A. King
p 369: Amat's `guitarra Española', a reply. [Correspondence] author: James Tyler
p 369: Joint flute playing. [Correspondence] author: Graham Wells
p 374: Tribute to Edward Ripin. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 376: Tributes to David Munrow. authors: Anthony Lewis, Nigel Fortune, Oliver Brookes, James Tyler, Andrea Holschneider, Arthur Johnson, Jasper Parrott, John Willan, John Currie, Christopher Monk, Robert Donington, Jeremy Noble.

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EMM Oct 1976 # 4.4

p 384: C.P.E. Bach's `Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen' reconsidered. author: Ralph Kirkpatrick
p 393: Producing `Dido and Aeneas'; an investigation into 16 problems with a suggestion to conductors. authors: Roger Savage, Michael Tilmouth
p 407: Chitarrone, theorbo and archlute. author: Robert Spencer
p 424: The trumpet sonata in England. author: Peter Holman
p 431: Gut strings. authors: Djilda Abbott, Ephraim Segerman
p 439: Harpsichord building in Holland; Willem Kroesbergen discusses his craft with Ton Koopman.
p 443: The economics of early music. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 449: Photographing early instruments. author: Gloria Cuerden
p 455: Performing early music on record - 5; early dance music. author: Jeremy Noble
p 461: Some measurements of early wind instruments. authors: Deirdre Daines, Robin Hewitt, Gerald Vickers, John Hanchet
p 465: Kirchheim 1976 festival. author: J.M. Thomson
p 465: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 467: The unique shakuhachi. author: Dan Mayers
p 469: Tilman Seebass: Musikdarstellung und Psalterillustration im Früheren Mittelalter, 2 vols. [Book Review] reviewer: Dyer
p 471: Howard Ferguson: Keyboard interpretation from the 14th to the 19th century, an introduction. [Book Review] reviewer: Lincoln
p 473: Peter Kjeldsberg: Musikinstrumenter ved Ringve Museum; the collection of musical instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 475: Paul van Nevel: Polyfonie en ars subtillor. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 475: Viola Hagopian: Italian Ars Nova music: a bibliographic guide to modern editions and related literature; 2nd ed. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 477: Charles Taylor: Sounds of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Maconie
p 477: Donald Mitchell: Gustav Mahler: the Wunderhorn years. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 477: Kenneth van Barthold, David Buckton: The story of the piano. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 485: Stringed instruments on the Eglantine table. [Correspondence] authors: Ephraim Segerman, Djilda Abbott.
p 487: `The maner of dauncying'. author: Nathalie Dolmetsch
p 489: `The maner of dauncying', a reply. author: John Ward
p 489: The universal voice. author: Joseph Dyer
p 491: John Dryden on lute playing. author: Kathryn Walls
p 491: Style and the performer. author: Sol Babitz
p 493: `Zeugnisse alter Musik' reviewed, a reply. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 493: `Zeugnisse alter Musik' reviewed. author: Rudolf & Uta Henning
p 497: Boxwood listings. author: Michael Zadro
p 497: Lincolnshire fiddlers. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 497: Theorbo, archlute and chitarrone, a reply. author: Robert Spencer
p 497: Theorbo, archlute and chitarrone. author: Laurence Wright
p 511: Out of the air; baroque instruments. author: Nel Romano
p 515: Early music ensembles - 1; Musica Reservata. author: J.M. Thomson

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EMM Jan 1977 # 5.1

p 4: Renaissance music in modern notation. author: Bernard Thomas
p 12: Stage design for renaissance theatre. author: Stella Mary Newton
p 18: Instructions for the clavier diversely tempered. author: Mark Lindley
p 24: Producing `Le roman de Fauvel'. author: Frederick Renz
p 27: The wind band at Luis XIV's court. author: Susan Goertzel Sandman
p 38: Words and music in two English songs: Charles d'Orléans and John Lydgate. author: David Fallows
p 45: Authenticity and the St John passion. author: Basil Lam
p 51: The 16th century Spanish romance; a survey of the Spanish ballad as found in the music of the vihuelistas. authors: Glenda Simpson, Barry Mason
p 59: Performing early music on record - 6; the vihuela repertoire. author: Monica Hall
p 67: Early music for harpsichord - 3; the 16th century in England, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Poland, Iberia and Italy. author: Howard Schott
p 75: The mandoline; an unsung serenader. author: Kevin Coates
p 89: Keyboard lessons with Arnold Dolmetsch. author: Elisabeth Goble
p 93: Howard Brown: Embellishing 16th century music. [Book Review] reviewer: Denis Arnold
p 95: Howard Brown: Embellishing 16th century music. [Book Review] reviewer: Diana Poulton
p 99: Isabelle Cazeaux: French music in the 15th and 16th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Dobbins
p 101: Peter Fischer: Music in paintings of the Low Countries in the 16th and 17th centuries. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 103: Leningrad Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography: catalogue of the musical instrument collection. [Book Review] reviewer: Taruskin
p 105: Alan Kendall: The tender tyrant, Nadia Boulanger. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 113: Editorial practices, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 113: Editorial practices. [Correspondence] author: John Goodacre
p 113: New harpsichord recital. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott
p 113: Teaching experience required. [Correspondence] author: Constance Higham
p 113: Why are lute pegboxes bent back. [Correspondence] authors: Djilda Abbott, Eph Segerman
p 125: Pioneering in Pamparato. author: Mark Lindley
p 125: The 1976 Berlin Bachfest. author: M. Proctor
p 125: Zadar festival 1976. author: Clifford Armstrong
p 127: The second International Forum des Clavecins.
p 129: Conferences: Wolfenbügel and Oxford. author: Stanley Boorman
p 133: Salerooms reports. author: Graham Wells

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EMM Apr 1977 # 5.2

p 149: `Main divers acors': some instrument collections of the Ars Nova period (the Beverley Minster carvings, the von Bülow brass, Guillaume de Machaut's lists. author: Joscelyn Goldwin
p 161: A dance for kings: the 17th century French Courante; its character, step-patterns, metric and proportional foundations. author: Wendy Hilton
p 173: What exactly is a violone; a note towards a solution. author: Francis Baines
p 177: The baroque trumpet after 1721; some preliminary observations - 1; science and practice. author: Don Smithers
p 184: The performance of troubadour and trouvère songs; some facts and conjectures. author: Ian Parker
p 209: 16th century German playing-cards; a little known source of German songs. author: Clifford Armstrong
p 219: Anthony Baines: Brass instruments: their history and development. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 223: Ernst Gottlieb Baron: Study of the lute (Nuremberg 1727). [Book Review] reviewer: Poulton
p 225: David Crawford: 16th century choirbooks in the Archivio Capitolare at Casale Montferrato. [Book Review] reviewer: Sandon
p 229: F. Sternfeld, N. Fortune, E. Ollesson, ed.: Essays on opera and English music in honour of Sir Jack Westrup. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 250: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 253: The basse-dance, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Nathalie Dolmetsch
p 253: The basse-dance. [Correspondence] author: Frederick Crane
p 255: Medieval fiddles, etc. [Correspondence] author: Mary Remnant
p 255: The Neapolitan mandoline. [Correspondence] author: James Tyler
p 259: Instrument restoration. [Correspondence] author: Mark Lindley
p 263: An American national early music festival. author: Lyle Nordstrom
p 267: Early music for the bicentennial. author: Joscelyn Goldwin
p 273: Early tunings weekend in Devon. author: Richard Langham Smith
p 273: Lute seminar: Rhode Island. author: Madeleine Ballard-Kennard
p 277: Lute seminar: California. author: David Sullivan
p 279: New Zealand burgeonings: Cambridge and Wellington. author: J.M. Thomson
p 281: Birmingham music library celebration. author: Robert Donington

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EMM Jul 1977 # 5.3

p 299: Biblical instruments in medieval manuscript illustration. author: Christopher Page
p 310: The dotted note and the so-called French style. author: Frederick Neumann
p 325: Fantasia on a theme by Boccaccio. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 343: First steps on the shawm. author: Carl Willets
p 352: Jacques-François Rosart: a neglected pioneer of music printing. author: H. Pole
p 364: A learner's questions; at the Durham oriental music festival. author: Imogen Holst
p 371: A visit to the Adlam Burnett workshop. author: Howard Schott
p 380: The Monteverdi vespers; suggested answers to some fundamental questions. author: Iain Fenlon
p 389: String playing in baroque musique - 1. author: Robert Donington
p 395: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 397: Howard Mayer Brown: Music in the renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Haar
p 401: Edward Lowinsky, ed.: Josquin dez Prez. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 403: Munich Deutsches Museum: Die Blasinstrumente im Deutschen Museum: beschreibender Katalog. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 425: Hand stopping technique on the horn. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 425: Medieval fiddles. [Correspondence] author: Mary Remnant
p 425: Trees of Jesse. [Correspondence] author: Clifford Armstrong
p 427: The Neapolitan mandoline. [Correspondence] author: Kevin Coates
p 429: Identification of old pictures. [Correspondence] author: Uta & Rudolf Henning
p 431: Drum rhythms for dances, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Madeleine Inglehearne
p 431: Drum rhythms for dances. [Correspondence] author: Patrick Taylor
p 433: Early Music supplements. [Correspondence] author: Caroline Cunningham
p 433: Folies d'Espagne. [Correspondence] author: J. Young
p 433: Instrumental manual. [Correspondence] author: Andrew Stiller
p 433: Night music at St Donat's. [Correspondence]
p 433: Restoration of a square piano. [Correspondence]
p 435: York early music week 1977. author: Nicholas Kenyon

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EMM Oct 1977 # 5.4

p 462: The lady, the lyrics and the letters (Guillaume de Machaut). author: Sarah Williams
p 469: The mystical manuscripts of Guillaume de Machaut. author: Elizabeth Keitel
p 473: `Musica Ficta' in Machaut. author: Jean Harden
p 477: Guillaume de Machaut and the lai; a new source. author: David Fallows
p 484: Machaut's pupil Deschamps on the performance of music; voices or instruments in the century chanson. author: Christopher Page
p 492: Performing Machaut's mass on record. author: Andrew Parrot
p 495: A new edition of Machaut. author: Stanley Boorman
p 499: Rameau at Covent Garden. author: Roger Savage
p 507: Musicians' costumes in the Restoration theatre. author: Diana de Marly
p 517: Dotting, the French style and Frederick Neumann's counter-reformation. author: David Fuller
p 539: David Tunley: The 18th century French cantata. [Book Review] reviewer: Anderson
p 543: What is rhythmic alteration. author: Robert Donington
p 545: Harpsichord week in Bruges 1977. author: Howard Schott
p 553: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 557: Denis Arnold, ed.: Ten madrigals by Orlando di Lasso. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 557: Horst Leuchtmann: Orlando di Lasso: sein Leben. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 561: Donald Gill: Gut-strung plucked instruments contemporary with the lute. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 561: Donald Gill: Wire-strung plucked instruments contemporary with the lute. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 563: Helen Tullbert, tr.: The manufacture of musical instruments (Diderot's Encyclopédie). [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 565: Pieter Andriessen: Carel Hacquart (1640-1701?): een biographische bijdrage: het werk. [Book Review] reviewer: I. Parker
p 567: Jean Jacquot, ed.: Le luth at sa musique: Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1957. [Book Review]
p 595: John Sheppard's masses, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Roger Bray
p 595: John Sheppard's masses. [Correspondence] author: Nick Sandon
p 599: Authenticity in Bach (St John Passion). [Correspondence] author: James Whittaker
p 599: Drum rhythms for dances. [Correspondence] author: Jon North
p 599: Drum rhythms for dances. [Correspondence] author: Michel Morrow
p 599: The ancient Greeks. [Correspondence] author: Kai Brodersen
p 605: Lowlands visitors. author: Bruce Bellingham
p 605: `The Fairy Queen' revived. author: Eric Crozier
p 607: Early music in Japan in 1976. author: Naomi Arimura

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EMM Jan 1978 # 6.1

p 4: Wieland Kuijken & Christopher Hogwood on the viol.
p 12: William Lawes' music for viol consort. author: David Pinto
p 25: Suites by Jenkins rediscovered. author: Peter Holman
p 36: Posture in viol playing. author: Ian Woodfield
p 41: The rebirth of early music. author: Marco Pallis
p 45: Life with the viol; Francis Baines talks about the Jaye Consort and the revival of a tradition..
p 47: Notes on the viol in the 20th century. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 57: A royal treasure at Sutton Coldfield (a missing altus part rediscovered). author: H. Colin Slim
p 75: The mysterious cornamuse. author: Douglas MacMillan
p 79: The `de Gallot' guitar books. author: Donald Gill
p 89: Performing style in Bach cantatas - 1. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 97: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 99: Tribute to Gustave Reese 1899-1977.
p 101: Correction to `the dotted note' by Frederick Neumann (EM July 1977).
p 103: Verband Schweitzerischer Geigenbaumeister: Alte Meistergeigen: Beschreibungen, Expertisen - 1: Venezianer Schule. [Book Review] reviewer: Beare
p 105: Jeremy Montagu: The world of medieval & renaissance musical instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 109: Betty Bang Mather, David Lasocki: Free ornamentation in woodwind music, 1700-1775: an anthology with introduction. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 109: Serge Gut, Daniele Pistone: Le commentaire musicologique du grégorien à 1700. [Book Review] reviewer: Rastall
p 111: Edwin Ripin, ed.: Keyboard instruments: studies in keyboard organology, 1500-1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 111: Thematic catalogue of the works of Giovanni Battista Sammartini. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 127: 16th century theatrical illustrations (on `stage design for ...' by Newton, EM January 1977). [Correspondence] author: Lee Pearcy
p 129: Renaissance viols (on articles by Morrow & Harwood). [Correspondence] author: Philip Thorby
p 129: Shawm technique. [Correspondence] author: Ana Seiberg
p 129: Shawm technique, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Carl Willets
p 131: Professor Fuller and the double dot. [Correspondence] author: Frederick Neumann
p 133: Third London exhibition of early musical instruments. author: Howard Schott
p 133: Biblical instruments: a note. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Page
p 135: The Viola da Gamba Society of Great Britain; the first 30 years. author: Gordon Dodd
p 139: The Viola da Gamba Society of Great Britain; a postscript. author: Nathalie Dolmetsch

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EMM Apr 1978 # 6.2

p 164: Choral music in the renaissance. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 170: The grand motets of Orlandus Lassus. author: Denis Arnold
p 182: Grett and Solompne singing; instruments in English church music before the Civil War. author: Andrew Parrot
p 188: The `te Deum' in late medieval England. author: John Caldwell
p 195: Performance practice in 16th century English choral music. author: Peter Phillips
p 199: Scholarship and performance; Peter phillips interviews Bruno Turner, director of `Pro Cantione Antiqua'..
p 207: `De modo bene cantandi' (1474), tr by Joseph Dyer. author: Conrad von Zabern
p 207: Singing with proper refinement; from `de modo bene cantandi' (1474) by Conrad von Zabern; introduction. author: Joseph Dyer
p 230: A setting of `Astrophil and Stella' by Morley. author: Robin Headlam Wells
p 233: Musical performance and authenticity. author: Michael Morrow
p 247: A contribution to the history of the clavicytherium. author: J.H. van der Meer
p 262: A summary of music for viols. author: Gordon Hood
p 268: Continuo realizations in a Playford songbook. author: Peter Holman
p 271: Performers' guide. author: Roger Bray
p 276: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 279: Tributes to Kenneth Skeaping 1897-1977. authors: Alan Loveday, Nathalie Dolmetsch, Jane Ryan, George Malcolm, Catherine Mackintosh, Christine & Layton King, Gordon Dodd, Anthony Baines
p 283: Anthony Baines: The Bate collection of historical wind instruments: catalogue. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 283: Gerhard Stradner: Die Musikinstrumente im Steiermärkischen Landeszeughaus in Graz. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 285: Jeremy Montagu: Making early percussion instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Jones, Page
p 287: Catherine Massip: La vie des musiciens de Paris au temps de Mazarin. [Book Review] reviewer: Dobbins
p 287: Paul Henry Lang: On choral music: selected essays and reviews; Bach and Handel. [Book Review] reviewer: van Tassel
p 291: Brian Jeffrey, ed.: Chanson Verse of the early renaissance, II. [Book Review] reviewer: Dobbins
p 307: The new edition of Machault, a response to Boorman (EM October 1977). [Correspondence] author: Sylvette Leguy
p 309: A 12th century street musician, a commentary to Remnant (EM January 1975). author: Christopher Page
p 309: Dance symbolism. [Correspondence] author: Madeau Stewart
p 309: Double dotting and ultra dotting. [Correspondence] author: David Fuller
p 309: Double dotting and ultra dotting. [Correspondence] author: Ralph Leavis
p 310: Double dotting and ultra dotting. [Correspondence] author: Ignor Kipnis
p 310: Double dotting and ultra dotting. [Correspondence] author: Terence Best
p 310: Renaissance theatre. [Correspondence] author: Stella Mary Newton
p 310: The arts in Devon. [Correspondence] author: Nick Sandon

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EMM Jul 1978 # 6.3

p 333: Vivaldi's esoteric instruments. author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 339: Early writings on music - 3; early 15th century instruments in Jean de Gerson's `Tractatus de Canticis'. author: Christopher Page
p 350: Mexico, home of the first musical instrument workshops in America. author: José-Antonio Guzmán-Bravo
p 356: The baroque trumpet after 1721; some preliminary observations - 2; Functions and use. author: Don Smithers
p 362: The `guitarra española' of Joan Carles Amat. author: Monica Hall
p 374: A new piece by Henry Purcell. author: Robert Pretre
p 381: The English consort and verse anthems. author: John Morehen
p 385: Two Jacobean songs. author: John Harley
p 391: The fiddlers on the Restoration stage. author: Harold Love
p 401: Beverley Minster reconsidered. author: Gwen & Jeremy Montagu
p 417: Towards an authentic vocal style and technique in late baroque performance. author: Antony Ransome
p 421: Performing style in Bach cantatas - 2; from Ramin to Richter. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 427: Corrections to EM January 1978.
p 429: Richard Nicholson: madrigals from Jacobean Oxford. author: Craig Monson
p 437: Performers' guide. author: Roger Bray
p 443: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 447: Richard Eighton Greene: The early English carols. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 449: Mary Remnant: Musical instruments of the West. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 453: Jerzy Liban: De accentuum ecclesiasticorum (Krakau 1539). [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 453: Jerzy Liban: De musicae laudibus oratio (Krakau 1540). [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 453: Jerzy Liban: De philosophiae laudibus (Krakau 1537). [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 453: Marcin Gallinius: Ad venerabilem virum (Krakau 1535). [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 453: Owen Jorgensen: Tuning the historical temperaments by ear. [Book Review] reviewer: Lindley
p 453: Stefan Monetarius: Epitoma utriusque musicae practicae (Krakau c.1515-1520). [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 455: David Johnson: Music and society in lowland Scotland in the 18th century. Fallows. [Book Review]
p 455: Peter Dronke: The medieval lyric. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 457: Roger Boase: The origin and meaning of courtly love. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 481: Rediscovering John Jenkins. [Correspondence] author: Jane Johnson
p 482: Rediscovering John Jenkins, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman
p 483: A new edition of Machaut. author: Stanley Boorman
p 483: Rediscovering John Jenkins. [Correspondence] author: David Pinto
p 485: A lute book ghost laid (to EM January 1978). author: Robert Spencer

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EMM Oct 1978 # 6.4

p 492: John Jenkins 1592-1678; the viol consort music in 4, 5 and 6 parts. author: Andrew Ashbee
p 501: The founder of English viol making: John Rose. author: John Pringle
p 512: Ornamental style and the virtuoso; solo bass viol music in France c.1680-1740. author: Celia Pond
p 519: Reconstructing 16th century Venetian viols; Ian Harwood talks to Martin Edmunds.
p 526: The use of the bow in French solo viol playing of the 17th and 18th centuries. author: John Hsu
p 530: Another look at the viol. author: Robert Hadaway
p 540: The consort music of Orlando Gibbons. author: Francis Baines
p 544: Viol playing techniques in the mid 16th century; a survey of Ganassi's fingering instructions. author: Ian Woodfield
p 551: Francis Baines talks to Dietrich Kessler.
p 556: Quantz and the passions; theory and practice. author: David Lasocki
p 569: The London clavicytherium. author: Elisabeth Wells
p 572: Performing early music on record; English church music c.1660-1700 - 1. author: Eric van Tassel
p 579: Performers' guide. author: Roger Bray
p 581: Corrections to EM July 1978.
p 582: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 587: Bruno Stäblein: Schriftbild der einstimmigen Musik. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 587: Ewald Jammers: Aufzeichnungsweisen der einstimmigen ausserliturgischen Musik des Mittelalters. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 589: Constance Bullock-Davis: Menestrellorum multitudo: minstrels at a royal feast. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 591: Hugh Benham: Latin church music in England c.1460-1575. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 593: Lyndesay Langwill: An index of musical wind instrument makers. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 595: Solon Michaelides: The music of ancient Greece: an encyclopaedia. [Book Review] reviewer: Chew
p 597: Leon Plantinga: Clementi: his life and music. [Book Review] reviewer: Sachs
p 599: Jeannine Alton, Brian Jeffery: Bele buche e bele parleure: a guide to the prononciation of medieval and renaissance French for singers and others. [Book Review] reviewer: Wright
p 599: Peter Williams, ed.: The organ yearbook, vol VII. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 601: Jane Glover: Cavalli. [Book Review] reviewer: Timms
p 603: J.M. Thomson, ed.: The future of early music in Britain. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 629: The first complete edition of Marenzio. [Correspondence] author: John Steele
p 629: Two Jacobean songs, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Harley
p 629: Two Jacobean songs. Peter Holman. [Correspondence]
p 631: A postscript to Amat. [Correspondence] author: Monica Hall
p 631: The size of church choirs. [Correspondence] author: Michael Tweedie
p 633: Lute tablatures. [Correspondence] author: Roger Harmon
p 633: Lute tablatures. [Correspondence] author: W.L. Brown
p 633: Viol studies. [Correspondence] author: Alice Robbins

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EMM Jan 1979 # 7.1

p 2: Editorial: an American air. author: J.M. Thomson
p 3: Concert in a house; musical iconography and musical thought. author: Richard Leppert
p 18: Rameau's harpsichord transcriptions from `les Indes galantes'. author: Graham Sadler
p 25: On performing `lo estampies'. author: Frederick Crane
p 34: `Il modo di far la fantasia'; an appreciation of Luzzaschi's instrumental Style. author: Anthony Newcomb
p 39: Once more: the `French overture style'. author: Frederick Neumann
p 46: The complete orchestral musician. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 48: Some thoughts on the performance of concert music. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 59: How did the viola da gamba sound. author: John Rutledge
p 70: Interpreting style: a tribute to Howard Ferguson. author: Howard Schott
p 75: Corrections EM October 1976, October 1978.
p 79: Restoration, conservation, repair and maintenance; some considerations on the care of musical instruments. author: Cary Karp
p 85: Performing early music on record; English church music c.1660-1700 - 2. author: Eric van Tassel
p 89: Underneath the archives; Madeau Stewart recalls early days with J.M. Thomson..
p 99: Performing style Bach cantatas - 3. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 103: Paris revisited; Howard Schott describes the flourishing state of French harpsichord making as shown at the 1978 Paris Harpsichord Forum..
p 111: Performers' guide. author: Roger Bray
p 117: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 119: Wulf Art: Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis, I: 1977. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 121: Alexander Bellow: The illustrated history of the guitar. [Book Review] reviewer: Tyler
p 123: Daniel Waitzman: The art of playing the recorder. [Book Review] reviewer: Turner
p 125: Bartolomé Ramos de Pareja: Musica practica. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 125: Jean Jenkins: International directory of musical instrument collections. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 125: Performance practice in early American choral music. [Book Review] reviewer: Smith
p 127: Ruth Hilton: An index early music in selected anthologies. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 127: Vrej Nersessian: Essays on Armenian music. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 135: Notes on a mystery: conrnamuse and dulzaina. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 135: Vivaldi's esoteric instruments. Andrew Stiller. [Correspondence]
p 135: Vivaldi's esoteric instruments, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field

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EMM Apr 1979 # 7.2

p 154: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 155: The developing violin; Jaap Schröder in conservation with Christopher Hogwood edited by Clare Almond.
p 166: The Unverdorben lute at Fenton House. author: Christopher Challen
p 174: The performance of Parisium organum. author: Edward Roesner
p 190: The French style and the overtures of Bach - 1. author: John O'Donnell
p 197: Gregorian chant; the restoration of the chant and 75 years of recording. author: Mary Berry
p 218: A commentary on Avery Burton's `Mass on the hexachord'. author: Peter Phillips
p 225: Approaches to performance; the lutenists' view. authors: Robert Spencer, Anthony Rooley
p 235: Notes: EM 6/4, 7/1.
p 237: Bach's keyboard temperament; internal evidence from the `Well-tempered Clavier'. author: John Barnes
p 254: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 257: R.A. Leaver: The work of John Marbeck. [Book Review] reviewer: Blezzard
p 259: Jean-Claude Veilhan: Les règles de l'interprétation musicale à l'époque baroque (17th-18th century) générale à tous les instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 259: Karl Geiringer: Instruments in the history of western music. [Book Review] reviewer: Mo
p 261: Edward Kottick: The Collegium: a handbook. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 263: Iain Fenlow: Catalogue of the printed music and music manuscripts before 1801 in the music library of the University of Birmingham Barber Institute of Fine Arts. [Book Review] reviewer: Boorman
p 263: Ian Woodfield: The celebrated quarrel between Thomas Linley (senior) and William Herschel: an episode in the musical life of 18th century Bath. [Book Review] reviewer: Johnson
p 265: Francesco Luisi, ed.: Atti del convegno di studi palestriniani: 1975. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 265: Percy Young: The madrigal in the romantic era. [Book Review] reviewer: Johnson
p 267: Kees Rosenhart: the Amsterdam harpsichord tutor, I & II. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 267: Maria Boxall: Harpsichord method. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 277: Notes: EM 7/1.
p 279: More dotting. [Correspondence] author: David Fuller
p 279: The `Te Deum' in late medieval England. [Correspondence] author: Harrison
p 281: Oxford anthology. [Correspondence] author: Nick Sandon
p 281: The `Te Deum' in late medieval England, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Caldwell
p 283: Oxford anthology, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Page
p 283: The `gaita gallega'. [Correspondence] author: Paul Gretton

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EMM Jul 1979 # 7.3

p 306: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 309: The earliest English keyboard. author: Christopher Page
p 315: Restoration stage fiddlers and their music. author: Curtis Price
p 323: The theorboed guitar; its repertoire in the guitar books of Granata and Gallot. author: Richard Pinnell
p 330: Charpentier and the early French ensemble sonata. author: Julie Anne Sadie
p 336: The French style and the overtures of Bach - 2. author: John O'Donnell
p 346: Rediscovering baroque wind - 1; the baroque bassoon. author: Hansjürg Lange talks to J.M. Thomson
p 351: The chalumeau; independent voice or poor relation. author: Colin Lawson
p 355: Tonality and the baroque oboe. author: Bruce Haynes
p 359: A brief workshop manual for recorders. author: Claudio Stern
p 367: An eight-voice parody of Lassus: André Pevernage's `Bonjour mon coeur'. author: Gerald Hoekstra
p 378: Albert de Rippe: joueur de luth du roy. author: Lyle Nordstrom
p 386: Michael Prynne: a tribute. author: Donald Gill
p 391: Performers' guide. author: Roger Bray
p 396: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 399: John Caldwell: Medieval music. [Book Review] reviewer: Edwards
p 401: Emil Vogel, Alfred Einstein, François Lesure, Claudio Sartori: Bibliografia della musica italiana vocale pubblicata dal 1500 al 1700. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 403: Richard McGowan: Italian baroque solo sonatas for the recorder and the flute. Mayer Brown. [Book Review]
p 405: Philip Macleod-Coupe: Lute construction. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 409: Anik Devries: Edition et commerce de la musique gravée à Paris dans la première moitié du 15e siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 409: Cinq catalogues d'éediteurs de musique à Paris (1824-1834). [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 409: David Hiley, ed.: Journal of the Plainsong & Mediaeval Music Society, I (1978). [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 411: Peter Le Huray: Music and the reformation in England 1549-1660. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 431: The cornamuse mystery, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 431: The cornamuse mystery. [Correspondence] author: Barra Boydell
p 431: The cornamuse mystery. [Correspondence] author: Hermann Moeck
p 433: Editing Marenzio. [Correspondence] author: Iain Fenlon
p 433: Marais' bow strokes, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Hsu
p 433: Marais' bow strokes. [Correspondence] author: Julian Drake

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EMM Oct 1979 # 7.4

p 450: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 452: Keyboards, an introduction. author: Gustav Leonhardt
p 453: Ioannes and Andreas Ruckers; a quatercentenary celebration. author: Grant O'Brien
p 467: Wanda Landowska; a centenary appraisal. author: Howard Schott
p 473: Mrs Crawley's Couchet (harpsichord) reconsidered. author: Sheridan Germann
p 482: The myth of the chekker. author: Christopher Page
p 491: Well tempering the clavier: five methods. author: William Blood
p 499: The renaissance harp; the instrument and its music. author: Michael Morrow
p 511: Ioerg Wier an early 16th century crumhorn maker. author: Barra Boydell
p 520: `Dueil angoisseus' and `Dulongesux'. author: Walter Kemp
p 523: Tribute to Eric Halfpenny. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 524: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 529: Colin Hand: John Taverner: his life and music. [Book Review] reviewer: Bowers
p 531: Michael Talbot: Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Selfridge-Field
p 533: Alan Kendall: Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Anderson
p 535: Census catalogue of manuscript sources of polyphonic music 1400-1550, vol 1: A-J. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 539: François Lesure: Musique et musiciens Français du 16e siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 539: Margery Corbett, Ronald Lightbown: The comeley frontispiece: the emblematic title page in England 1550-1600. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 541: Beverly White: Playing the viol: a beginner's manual. [Book Review] reviewer: Wess.
p 541: Paul Gretton, ed.: Cornett and sackbutt. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 561: On holding the violin. [Correspondence] author: Charles Medlam
p 561: Vivaldi's instrumentation. [Correspondence] author: Michael Talbot
p 563: On holding the violin, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Clare Almond
p 563: Ut re mi fa sol, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Phillips
p 563: Ut re mi fa sol. [Correspondence] author: Jason Smart

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EMM Jan 1980 # 8.1

p 2: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 3: The golden age regained; cathedrals and choir schools of Britain. author: Peter Phillips
p 17: Style in early music singing. author: Andrea von Ramm
p 21: The performing pitch of English 15th century church polyphony. author: Roger Bowers
p 29: An American university consort. author: Edith Borroff
p 35: More light on early Tudor pitch. author: Roger Bray
p 43: Alfred Deller. authors: Michael Tippett, Walter Bergmann, Robert Spencer
p 47: Sylvius Leopold Weiss. author: Douglas Alton Smith
p 59: The re-creation of an Italian renaissance harp. author: Robert Hadaway
p 65: Finding the appropriate attitude (on stage performance); Dene Barnett in conservation with Ian Parker.
p 71: The orchestral musician compleated. [Observations] author: Neal Zaslaw
p 72: The sweet sound of the viol. [Observations] author: Carl Hugo Agren
p 75: The sweet sound of the viol, a reply. [Observations] author: John Rutledge
p 77: The dynamics of viol making. [Observations] author: Keith Hill
p 77: The principles of l'Affilard. [Observations] author: Erich Schwandt
p 79: The principles of l'Affilard, a reply. [Observations] author: John O'Donnell
p 81: Instrumental history. [Observations] author: Karl Geiringer
p 83: Instrumental history, a reply. [Observations] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 85: A radio spectacle. author: Roger Savage
p 87: Vitality displayed. author: Howard Schott
p 91: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 93: Oliver Neighbour: The consort and keyboard music of William Byrd. [Book Review] reviewer: Edwards
p 94: Warren Babb, tr.: Hucbald, Guido and John on music. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 96: Doreen Muskett: Method for the vielle or hurdy-gurdy. [Book Review] reviewer: Baines
p 96: Helmut Mönkemeier: Spielanleitung für Zinken in d' and a. [Book Review] reviewer: Boydell
p 96: Helmut Mönkemeier: Spiel- und Übungsbuch in 4 Teilen für Krummhörner, Cornamusen, Kortholte und andere Blasinstrumente der Renaissance- und Barockzeit. [Book Review] reviewer: Boydell
p 96: Otto Steinkopf, Volker Kernbach: Anleitung für das Musizieren auf Pommern, Dulcianen und Ranketten. [Book Review] reviewer: Boydell
p 97: Will Jansen: The bassoon: its history, construction, makers, players and music - part I, plates I & II. [Book Review] reviewer: Waterhouse
p 101: Philip Drummond: Australian directory of music research. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 129: Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Claudio di Veroli
p 129: Pipe fingering made easier. [Correspondence] author: Philip Astle

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EMM Apr 1980 # 8.2

p 146: Editorial, the influence of the keyboard revival. author: J.M. Thomson
p 148: The role of the keyboard continuo in French opera 1673-1776. author: Graham Sadler
p 158: The Viennese fortepiano of the late 18th century. author: Malcolm Bilson
p 163: Les folies françaises. author: Jane Clark
p 170: The manner of interpretation. author: Zuzanna Ruzicková
p 173: A modern approach to the historic organ. author: Cleveland Johnson
p 180: The golden age regained - 2. author: Peter Phillips
p 199: The violin bow in the 18th century. author: David Boyden
p 213: Does restoration destroy evidence. author: John Barnes
p 219: Tribute to Arthur Mendel. author: Lewis Lockwood
p 221: Flemish harpsichord pitches. [Observations] author: Ian Harwood
p 222: Keyboard scholarship. [Observations] author: Nicolas Meeùs
p 223: Keyboard scholarship, a reply. [Observations] author: Christopher Page
p 226: The developing violin bow. [Observations] author: Julian Clark
p 229: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 233: Gerald Abraham: The concise Oxford history of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Milner
p 234: J. Lambrechts-Douillez: Colloquium: Ruckers klavecymbels an copiën. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 235: Jindrich Keller: The production of wind instruments in Bohemia before 1800 (in Czech). [Book Review] reviewer: Zamanová
p 237: Emanuel Winternitz: Musical instruments and their symbolism in western art. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 237: J. Picard: Recherches sur la musique française classique, 18. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 237: Nicholas Temperley: Jonathan Gray and church music in York 1770-1840. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 237: Trevor Fawcett: Music in 18th century Norwich and Norfolk. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 269: Discography of early music, UK. [Correspondence] author: Trevor Croucher
p 269: Small accidentals. [Correspondence] author: Morehen
p 269: The origin of `original'. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott
p 269: Unpopular Marenzio. [Correspondence] author: Keith Bennett

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EMM Jul 1980 # 8.3

p 290: Editorial, communities and crossroads. author: J.M. Thomson
p 291: `O bygone whirls'; music in the poetry of Thomas Hardy. author: Eric Crozier
p 298: Polyphony of the `seconda prattica': performance practice in Italian vocal music of the mannerist era. author: Fausto Razzi
p 312: Musical instruments in Byzantine illuminated manuscripts. author: Joachim Braun
p 329: Memorials of great skill: a tale of five cities (on a motet of Alessandro Striggio). authors: Iain Fenlon, Hugh Keyte
p 339: The echoing corridor: an introduction to field recordings of ethnic music. author: Madeau Stewart
p 361: Adjustments and control of double reeds for direct blown early instruments. author: John Hanchet
p 366: Chalumeau and clarinet. [Observations] author: Eric Hoeprich
p 368: Chalumeau and clarinet, a reply. [Observations] author: Colin Lawson
p 368: Further thought on early Tudor pitch. [Observations] author: Roger Bowers
p 375: Another chekker reference. [Observations] author: Tess Knighton
p 377: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 383: Carol McClintock, ed & tr.: Readings in the history of music in performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 387: James Tyler: The early guitar: a history and handbook. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 388: Jeremy Montagu: The world of baroque and classical musical instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 391: Jeffrey Kurtzman: Essays on the Monteverdi mass and vespers of 1610. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 393: Brief remarks on the fortepianos which are made in Vienna by Nannette Streicher, née Stein. [Book Review] reviewer: Fanning
p 393: Laurence Picken, ed.: Musica asiatica. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 428: The lute's lower courses. [Correspondence] author: Robin Irvine
p 429: Danish violin testimony. [Correspondence] author: Mogens Bendstrup
p 430: Fanshawe settings. [Correspondence] author: Peter Davidson
p 430: Four-hole pipe. [Correspondence] author: Jim Jones
p 430: Scottish cathedral music. [Correspondence] author: Richard Turbet

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EMM Oct 1980 # 8.4

p 434: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 435: Monsieur Doublet and his confrères; the harpsichord decorators of Paris - 1. author: Sheridan Germann
p 453: Some visual aspects of French soundboard paintings. author: Sheridan Germann
p 454: The songs of Dufay; some questions of form and authenticity. author: Margaret Bent
p 460: Maria Magdalene, musician and dancer. author: Colin Slim
p 474: Performing Franco-Netherlandish secular music of the late 15th century; texted and untexted parts sources. author: Louise Litterick
p 488: French lute tablature in the 14th century; a commentary on iconography. author: Christopher Page.
p 493: Neapolitan repertories 1460-1490; three recent editions. author: David Fallows
p 503: Bows - a maker's response. [Observations] author: Julian Clark
p 506: The practical guitar. [Observations] author: James Tyler
p 507: Early harp attitudes. [Observations] author: Tim Hobrough
p 509: The Brussels double harp, a reply. [Observations] author: Robert Hadaway
p 509: The Brussels double harp. [Observations] authors: J.P. Grijp, D.J. Hamoen
p 511: Bach and Werckmeister. [Observations] author: Philip Jones
p 513: Bach and Werckmeister, a reply. [Observations] author: John Barnes
p 513: Professional dedication. [Observations] author: Gordon Pullin
p 517: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 521: Bruges 1980. author: Howard Schott
p 527: Verband Schweizerischer Geigenbaumeister: Alte Meistergeigen: Beschreibungen, Expertisen; Band 3/4: die Cremoneser Schule, Antonius Stradivarius. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 528: Barbara Schwendowius, Wolfgang Dömling, ed.: J.S. Bach: life, times, influence. [Book Review] reviewer: Anderson
p 531: Nigel Wilkins: Music in the age of Chaucer. [Book Review] reviewer: Rastall
p 533: Anna Schoebelen: Padre Martini's collection of letters in Bologna: an annotated index. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot
p 535: Terence Bailey, ed and tr.: Commemoratio brevis de tonis et psalmis modulandis. [Book Review] reviewer: Hiley
p 536: Francis Galpin: Old English instruments of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 536: Michael Talbot: Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Coral
p 575: Concise errors, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Anthony Milner
p 575: Concise errors. [Correspondence] author: Gerald Abraham
p 575: Popular early music. [Correspondence] author: Michael Uridge.

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EMM Jan 1981 # 9.1

p 10: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 11: The 15th century lute: new and neglected sources. author: Christopher Page
p 22: The mandore in the 16th and 17th centuries. author: James Tyler
p 32: Number symbolism in the renaissance lute rose. author: Robin Headlam Wells
p 43: Guesswork and the gemshorn. author: Andrew Parkinson
p 47: The harpsichord in 18th century Sweden an introduction to the composers and their music. author: Eva Nordenfelt-(oAberg
p 55: An unknown French ornament table from 1699. author: David Fuller
p 63: Baroque ornamentation surveyed; Frederick Neumann's major new study. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 68: Frederick Neumann: Ornamentation in baroque and post-baroque music with special emphasis on J.S. Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Zaslaw
p 69: Pandora's box. [Observations] author: Robert Donington
p 71: False voices. [Observations] author: Christopher Page
p 72: False voices, an addition. [Observations] author: Andrew Parrott
p 73: False voices, a reply. [Observations] author: Roger Bowers
p 75: Reluctant continuo. [Observations] author: Peter Holman
p 80: Eight Ruckers pitches. [Observations] author: Grant O'Brien
p 85: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 89: Nicholas Temperley: The music of the English paris church. [Book Review] reviewer: Arnold
p 95: Denis Arnold: Giovanni Gabrieli and the music of the Venetian high renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 96: Peter Williams: The organ music of J.S. Bach - 2, BWV 599-771, etc. [Book Review] reviewer: Daw
p 101: Alberto Gallo: Il medioevo - 2. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 101: Giovanni Comotti: La musica nella cultura greca e romana. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 101: Giulio Cattin: Il medioevo - 1. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 106: Peter Williams: A new history of the organ: from the Greeks to the present time. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 107: Susann Palmer: The hurdy-gurdy. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart
p 108: Christopher Hogwood: The trio sonata. [Book Review] reviewer: Whenham
p 111: David Fuller: Mechanical musical instruments as a source for the study of notes inégales. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 112: Andrew Hughes: Medieval music: the sixth liberal art. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 112: Michael Hurd: The Oxford junior companion to music. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 141: Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Herbert Kellner
p 141: Chromatic tabor pipe. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 141: Research and results. [Correspondence] author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson

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EMM Apr 1981 # 9.2

p 146: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 147: The geography of Florentine monody; Caccini at home and abroad. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 169: Homage to Taverner in Byrd's masses. author: Philip Brett
p 177: The vocal works of Jan Dismas Zelenka. author: Jaroslav Buzga
p 184: Another mass by Hugh Aston. author: Nick Sandon
p 192: Monsieur Doublet and his confrères; the harpsichord decorators of Paris - 2. author: Sheridan Germann
p 213: Le Chansonnier Codiforme; A review of the complete recording. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 219: Bach's temperament. [Observations] author: Claudio Di Véroli
p 221: Top and tail. [Observations] author: David Freeman
p 227: Edward Croft-Murray, antiquarian. author: Robin Langley
p 231: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 237: John Henry van der Meer: Verzeichnis der europäischen Musikinstrumente im Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg; Band I: Hörner und Trompeten, Membranophone, Idiophone. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 240: Günther Hellwig: Joachim Tielke: ein Hamburger Lauten- und Violenmacher der Barockzeit. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 243: Denis Stevens: Musicology: a practical guide. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 244: Tomislav Volek, Stanislav Jares: The history of Czech music in pictures (in Czechish). [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 247: Richard Leppert: Arcadia at Versailles: noble amateur musicians and their musettes and hurdie-gurdies at the French court. (c.1660-1789): a visual study. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 248: Gordon Dodd, comp.: Thematic index of music for viols. [Book Review] reviewer: Harwood
p 250: T.C. Mitchell, ed.: Music and civilisation. [Book Review] reviewer: J.M. Thomson
p 281: Venetian ceremonial motets, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 281: Venetian ceremonial motets. [Correspondence] author: Denis Stevens
p 283: Bach. [Correspondence] author: Ralph Leavis
p 283: Essays on Monteverdi, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jerome Roche
p 283: Essays on Monteverdi. [Correspondence] author: Jeffrey Kurtzman

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EMM Jul 1981 # 9.3

p 292: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 293: On playing the clavichord. author: Ralph Kirckpatrick
p 307: A new flute sonata by Handel. authors: David Lasocki, Terence Best
p 312: Telemann and the chalumeau. author: Colin Dawson
p 320: Signor Settala's `armonia di flauti'. author: Filadelfio Puglisi
p 325: A renaissance correspondence concerning trumpet music. author: Peter Downey
p 330: BWV 565: a toccata in D minor for organ by J.S. Bach. author: Peter Williams
p 341: A viol tutor (by Francis Baines) reconsidered. [Observations] author: Robert Oliver
p 342: A tale of five cities revisited. [Observations] author: Andrew Parrott
p 342: A tale of five cities revisited, a reply. [Observations] author: Hugh Keyte
p 345: The piano and the player. [Observations] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 349: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 351: Anthony Newcomb: The madrigal at Ferrara 1579-1597. Fallows. [Book Review]
p 351: David Price: Patrons and musicians of the English renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Brett
p 351: Iain Fenlon: Music and patronage in 16th century Mantua. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 357: Wilfrid Mellers: Bach and the dance of God. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 363: Oliver Neighbour: Music and bibliography: essays in honour of Alec Hyatt. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 388: A lost Morley song rediscovered. author: Cedric Thorpe Davie
p 416: Dotting. [Correspondence] author: Frederick Neumann
p 416: Temperament and the piano. [Correspondence] author: Philip Jones
p 416: The Brussels harp again. [Correspondence] authors: D.J. Hamoen, L.P. Grijp
p 416: The mandore. [Correspondence] author: Manfred Pusch
p 417: The Brussels harp again, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Robert Hadaway

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EMM Oct 1981 # 9.4

p 426: Editorial. author: Diana Poulton
p 427: The black-letter broadside ballad and its music. author: Diana Poulton
p 438: The Italian mandolin and mandola 1589-1800. author: James Tyler
p 447: The morphology of lutes with extended bass strings. author: Friedemann Hellwig
p 455: Vihuelas, violas and the Spanish guitar. author: Donald Gill
p 463: The False Consonances of Musick; Nicola Matteis's `Instructions for playing a true base upon the guitarre'. author: Jennie Congleton
p 470: A case of double standards.
p 486: Vocal techniques in Italy in the second half of the 16th century. author: Mauro Uberti
p 499: Georg Philipp Telemann; a tercentenary reassessment. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 509: The new Grove. [Book Review] reviewer: Milsom, Page, Smaczny
p 513: The new Grove. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 519: Hugh Ashton's Maske. [Observations] author: Judith Blezzard
p 520: European instruments catalogue. [Observations] author: John Henry van der Meer
p 521: Viol soundposts. [Observations] author: Michael Heale
p 525: London salerooms. authors: Graham Wells, Stephen Roe
p 533: Charles Ford, ed.: Making musical instruments: strings and keyboards. [Book Review] reviewer: Jones
p 538: Taddeo Wiel: I teatri musicali veneziani del settecento. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 539: Pippa Drummond: The German concerto: five 18th century studies. [Book Review] reviewer: Selfridge-Field
p 543: Armen Carapetyan: Musica disciplina, vol.32, 1978. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 543: Mary Beth Winn, ed.: Musique naturelle et musique artificielle: in memoriam Gustave Reese. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 579: Harpsichord decoration. [Correspondence] author: Sheridan Germann
p 579: Roses. [Correspondence] author: Madeau Stewart
p 579: Temperament. [Correspondence] author: John Barnes

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EMM Jan 1982 # 10.1

p 2: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 5: Introduction. author: Frans Brüggen
p 7: Recorder now. author: Kees Boeke
p 10: Recorders: hand-made and machine-made. author: Hermann Moeck
p 14: Making recorders based on historical models. author: Fred Morgan
p 23: Professional recorder playing in England 1500-1740; I: 1500-1640. author: David Lasocki
p 30: Some recorders in 17th century Dutch paintings. authors: Mary Rasmussen, Friedrich von Huene
p 36: The recorder in 20th century music. author: Niall O'Loughlin
p 38: The recorder in Japan. author: Ichiro Tada
p 43: Mary, meditations, monks and music; poetry, prose and plagues in a Durham cathedral manuscript. author: Nick Sandon
p 56: The courante `La Vignonne'; in the steps of a popular dance. author: Alis Dickinson
p 64: Vanhal, Dittersdorf and the violone. [Observations] author: David Wyn Jones
p 67: Church bands and Thomas Hardy. [Observations] author: R.G. Woods
p 71: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 73: Margaret Bent: Dunstaple. [Book Review] reviewer: Pryer
p 76: Jerome & Elizabeth Roche: A dictionary of early music from the troubadours to Monteverdi. [Book Review] reviewer: Caldwell
p 81: C.F. Colt, Antony Miall: The early piano. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart
p 83: Bruce Gustafson: French harpsichord music of the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 125: Santiago de Murcia. [Correspondence] author: Monica Hall
p 125: The hurdy-gurdy. [Correspondence] author: Susann Palmer
p 127: Christ Church MSS. [Correspondence] author: Roger Bray
p 127: Morley. [Correspondence] author: Cedric Thorpe Davie
p 127: Sheppard. [Correspondence] author: Nick Sandon

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EMM Apr 1982 # 10.2

p 146: Editorial. author: J.M. Thomson
p 147: Orlandus Lassus (1532-1594) and the Munich Kapelle. author: Clive Wearing
p 155: Basses and basse continuo in the orchestre of the Paris Opéra 1700-1764. author: Mary Cyr
p 171: A songe of fortie partes, made by Mr. Tallys. author: Denis Stevens
p 183: Professional recorder playing in England 1500-1740; II: 1640-1740. author: David Lasocki
p 192: German musicians and their instruments; a 14th century account by Konrad of Megenberg. author: Christopher Page
p 201: How to get the best from direct-blown double reeds. author: John Norris
p 208: Autographs of Alfonso Ferrabosco I-III. author: Richard Charteris
p 213: Mercury's tetrachord. [Observations] authors: Jonathan Bates, Stewart McCoy
p 215: Hugh Aston's variations on a ground. [Observations] author: Oliver Neighbour
p 216: The D minor toccata BWV 565. [Observations] author: David Humphreys
p 217: Plucked strings and pitch. [Observations] author: Donald Gill
p 219: Ethnomusicology in the New Grove. [Book Review] reviewer: Madeau Stewart
p 225: Authenticity and showmanship in Corelli's op.5; a new recording of the violin sonatas discussed. author: Robert Donington
p 231: London salerooms. authors: Stephen Roe, Graham Wells
p 235: E.J. Dobson, F. Ll. Harrison: Medieval English songs. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 239: Iain Fenlon: Music in medieval and early modern Europe: patronage, sources and texts. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 243: Iain Fenlon, ed.: Early music history, I. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 245: Trevor Croucher: Early music discography: from plainsong to the sons of Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: van Tassel
p 285: Musicology and musicologists, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 285: Musicology and musicologists. [Correspondence] author: Denis Stevens

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EMM Jul 1982 # 10.3

p 298: Editorial. author: H.C. Robbins Landon
p 301: The pardessus de viole and its literature. author: Robert Green
p 309: The sacred music of Thomas Ravenscroft. author: Ian Payne
p 317: The performance of plainchant; some preliminary observations of the new era. author: Lance Brunner
p 329: The gentleman's diversion; John Lenton and the first violin tutor. authors: Malcolm Boyd, John Rayson
p 333: An introduction to Alessandro Scarlatti's Toccata Prima. author: Mark Lindley
p 340: Viol construction in 17th century England; an alternative way of making fronts. author: Dietrich Kessler
p 347: Facing the music. author: Philip Brett
p 351: Haydn on record - 1; symphonies and vocal music. author: H.C. Robbins Landon
p 365: Johann Mattheson's bequest. [Observations] author: Hans Marx
p 369: London salerooms. author: Graham Wells
p 371: Julie Anne Sadie: The bass viol in French baroque chamber music. [Book Review] reviewer: Cyr
p 373: Maria Maniates: Mannerism in Italian music and culture, 1530-1630. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 375: William Smoldon: The music of the medieval church dramas. [Book Review] reviewer: Rankin
p 417: Recorder playing in England, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Lasocki
p 417: Recorder playing in England. [Correspondence] author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 419: Alternative hymn settings. [Correspondence] author: Bernard Wigan
p 419: Discs and dates. [Correspondence] author: Joel Cohen
p 419: Handel. [Correspondence] author: Duncan Chisholm

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EMM Oct 1982 # 10.4

p 425: Editorial. author: Christopher Page
p 427: The orpharion; symbol of humanist ideal. author: Robin Headlam Wells
p 441: The performance of songs in late medieval France; a mew source. author: Christopher Page
p 452: Information on instruments in Florentine carnival songs. authors: Timothy McGee, Sylvia Mittler
p 462: The Ebenthal lute and viol tablatures; 13 new manuscripts of baroque instrumental music. author: Douglas Alton Smith
p 469: Storage climates for musical instruments. author: Cary Karp
p 477: The most beautiful among the claviers; Rudolf Richter's reconstruction of a baroque lute-harpsichord. author: Uta Henning
p 487: The surviving instruments of Andrea Amati. author: Laurence Witten
p 495: Haydn autographs and authentic manuscript copies in the British Library. author: Arthur Searle
p 505: Haydn on record - 2; concertos and other instrumental music. author: H.C. Robbins Landon
p 517: Late Beethoven and early pianos. [Observations] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 519: Instrumental pitch in England c.1600. [Observations] author: Herbert Myers
p 522: Early Venetian keyboard dances. [Observations] author: Howard Ferguson
p 527: London salerooms; instruments. author: Graham Wells
p 533: John Paul, ed.: Modern harpsichord makers: portraits of 19 British craftsmen and their work. [Book Review] reviewer: Nobbs
p 535: H.C. Robbins Landon: Haydn: a documentary study. [Book Review] reviewer: Hyatt King
p 537: Claude Palisca: Baroque music. [Book Review] reviewer: Arnold
p 575: Handel sonatas. [Correspondence] authors: David Lasocki, Terence Best
p 575: Santiago de Murcia. [Correspondence] author: Craig Russell
p 622: London salerooms; manuscripts and books. author: Stephen Roe

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EMM Jan 1983 # 11.1

p 2: Editorial, the spirit of early music. author: J.M. Thomson
p 6: New light on John Dowland's songs of darkness. author: Anthony Rooley
p 23: A celebration of covers (of Early Music). author: Madeau Stewart
p 31: Fifty years of harpsichord playing. author: Ralph Kirckpatrick
p 42: Why early music. author: Robert Donington
p 46: J.S. Bach's Well-tempered Clavier; a new approach - 1. author: Peter Williams
p 53: Musical instruments from the Mary Rose; a report on work in progress. author: Frances Palmer
p 61: Finding a clarinet for the three concertos by Vivaldi. author: Eric Hoeprich
p 65: A knot of harp strings (on a 14th century Irish harp in Trinity College). author: Robert Hadaway
p 69: Angelus ad virginem; a new work by Philippe the Chancellor. author: Christopher Page
p 71: George Moore's Evelyn Innes: a victorian early music novel. [Observations] author: Elizabeth Roche
p 73: The censored publications of the Art of Playing on the Violin, or Geminiani unshaken. [Observations] author: Roger Hickman
p 76: Instrumental pitch in England c.1600. [Observations] author: Ian Harwood
p 79: Edinburgh international harpsichord week. authors: Margot Leigh Milner, Peter Williams
p 87: Salerooms, a retrospect. author: Graham Wells
p 93: Robert Donington: The rise of opera. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 95: Jerome Roche: Lassus. [Book Review] reviewer: Wearing
p 97: Barra Boydell: The crumhorn and other renaissance windcap instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 97: Gunther Joppig: Oboe & Fagott. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 100: James Coover: Musical instrument collections. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 102: John Hsu: A handbook of French baroque viol technique. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 105: Herbert Kellner: The tuning of my harpsichord. [Book Review] reviewer: Still
p 105: Owen Jorgensen: The equal beating temperaments. [Book Review] reviewer: Still
p 107: Peter Whigham, ed.: The music of the troubadours. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 145: Santiago de Murcia. [Correspondence] author: Monica Hall
p 145: The pardessus de viole. [Correspondence] author: Adrian Rose
p 147: Archives, iconography and evidence. [Correspondence] author: Roger Bowers
p 147: Corelli. [Correspondence] author: Robert Donington

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EMM Apr 1983 # 11.2

p 2: Editorial. author: Madeau Stewart
p 164: An introduction to automatic instruments. author: David Fuller
p 167: Cogs and crotches; a view of mechanical music. author: Arthur Ord-Hume
p 172: The Earl of Bute's machine organ; a touchstone of taste. author: William Malloch
p 185: Ornamentation in mechanical music. author: Arthur Ord-Hume
p 194: Realized continuo accompaniments from Florence c.1600. author: John Hill
p 209: Graupner and the chalumeau. author: Colin Lawson
p 217: The poet and the duke (on Machaut and Duke Ellington). author: Patrick Little
p 223: A note on bass viol sources of the Division Viol. [Observations] author: Margaret Gilmore
p 223: Was Mme Raisin also an opera singer. [Observations] author: Mirka Zemanová
p 227: manuscripts. [Salerooms] author: Stephen Roe
p 229: instruments. [Salerooms] author: Graham Wells
p 235: Iain Fenlon, ed.: Cambridge music manuscripts 900-1700. [Book Review] reviewer: Caldwell
p 237: James Chater: Luca Marenzio and the Italian madrigal 1577-1593. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 239: Phillip Young: Twenty-five hundred woodwind instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 241: Bjørn Aksdal: Med piber od basuner, skalmeye og fiol: musikinstrumenter i Norge c.1600-1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 241: Heinrich Seifers: Deutsches Museum: Musikinstrumente: Katalog der Blasinstrumente. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 241: Michael Seyferit, comp.: Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress: a catalog, I. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 243: Erns Pohlmann: Laute, theorbe, chitarrone. [Book Review] reviewer: Spencer
p 283: gripes and greetings. [Correspondence] author: Robert Donington
p 285: Pedalling. [Correspondence] author: David Rowland

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EMM Jul 1983 # 11.3

p 298: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 299: The art of `not leaving the instrument empty'; comments on early Italian harpsichord playing. author: Luigi Tagliavini
p 309: Handel's overtures for harpsichord or organ; an unrecognized example. author: Graham Pont
p 323: Keyboard fingering in early Spanish sources. author: Robert Parkins
p 332: J.S. Bach's Well-tempered Clavier; a new approach - 2. author: Peter Williams
p 340: Metre in unmeasured preludes. author: Richard Troeger
p 346: Two songs by William Corkine. author: David Greer
p 351: Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625); the consort music. author: Oliver Neighbour
p 358: The Mary Rose shawm. [Observations] author: Herbert Myers
p 360: The keyboard tuning rules of The Modern Musick-master. [Observations] author: Jeffrey Evans
p 365: C. Panthaleon van Eck: J.S. Bach's critique of pure music. [Book Review] reviewer: Boyd
p 365: Martin Elste: Bachs Kunst der Fuge auf Schallplatte. [Book Review] reviewer: Boyd
p 365: Stephen Daw: The music of Johann Sebastian Bach: the choral works. [Book Review] reviewer: Boyd
p 367: Walter Salmen, ed.: Die Süddeutsch-Österreichische Orgelmusik im 17th und 18th Jahrhundert. [Book Review] reviewer: Stembridge
p 367: Walter Salmen, ed.: Orgel und Orgelspiel im 16th Jahrhundert. [Book Review] reviewer: Stembridge
p 369: Antonio Cornazano: The book on the art of dancing. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 371: William Prizer: Courtly pastimes: the frottole of Marchetto Cara. [Book Review] reviewer: Lee
p 373: Jacques de Vaucanson: An account of the mechanism of an automaton or image playing on the German flute (Le mécansime de flûteur automate. 18th century). [Book Review] reviewer: McGegan
p 375: Maria Ester Sala: La ornamantación en la música de tecla ibérica del siglo 16th. [Book Review] reviewer: Nelson
p 377: Arthur Hutchings: Purcell. [Book Review] reviewer: Luckett
p 377: Edward Greenfield, Robert Layton, Ivan March: The new Penguin stereo record and cassette guide. [Book Review] reviewer: van Tassel
p 419: A knot of harp strings. [Correspondence] author: Ann Buckley
p 419: The `48', a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Williams
p 419: The `48'. [Correspondence] author: Guy Sigsworth
p 421: Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Herbert Kellner

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EMM Oct 1983 # 11.4

p 2: Editorial. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 429: Twenty set models for the Paris Opéra in the time of Rameau. author: Jérôme de La Gorce
p 441: Rameau's American dancers. author: Roger Savage
p 453: Rameau's singers and players at the Paris Opéra; a little known inventory of 1738. author: Graham Sadler
p 468: French baroque recitative as an expression of tragic declamation. author: Lois Rosow
p 480: Performing Rameau's cantatas. author: Mary Cyr
p 490: New sources for Rameau's Pigmalion and other works. author: Lionel Sawkins
p 497: Rameau's Les Paladins; from autograph to production. author: Peter Wolf
p 505: Rameau's Platée; burlesque or grotesque. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 510: A rediscovered portrayal of Rameau and Castor et Pollux. author: Laurence Libin
p 515: At the Paris Opéra in 1747. [Observations] author: Neal Zaslaw
p 516: Les petits marteaux de M. Rameau. [Observations] author: David Fuller
p 517: Dowland's darkness. [Observations] author: Diana Poulton
p 519: The Elizabethan competitive festival 1923-6. [Observations] author: Elizabeth Roche
p 523: manuscripts. [Salerooms] author: Stephen Roe
p 525: instruments. [Salerooms] author: Graham Wells
p 529: David Fallows: Dufay. [Book Review] reviewer: Bujic
p 533: Robert Donington: Baroque music: style and performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 535: Christopher Hogwood, Richard Luckett, ed.: Music in 18th century England: essays in memory of Charles Cudworth. [Book Review] reviewer: Hyatt King
p 537: Emanuel Winternitz: Leonardo da Vinci as a musician. [Book Review] reviewer: Stewart
p 541: Fernando Valenti: The harpsichord: a dialogue for beginners. [Book Review] reviewer: Smaczny
p 573: Mechanical Mozart. [Correspondence] author: Hugh Davies
p 574: A knot of harp strings. [Correspondence] author: Robert Hadaway
p 575: Florentine continuo c.1600. [Correspondence] author: Robert Spencer
p 577: Bass viol sources of The Division Violin. [Correspondence] author: Gordon Dodd
p 577: Giovanni Gualberto Magli. [Correspondence] author: Time Carter
p 579: The Earl of Bute's machine organ. [Correspondence] author: William Malloch

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EMM Feb 1984 # 12.1

p 3: The limits of authenticity: a discussion. author: Richard Taruskin
p 13: The limits of authenticity: a discussion. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 16: The limits of authenticity: a discussion. author: Nicholas Temperley
p 21: The limits of authenticity: a discussion. author: Robert Winter
p 26: The renaissance slide trumpet; fact or fiction. author: Peter Downey
p 34: In search of the baroque flute; the flute family 1680-1750. author: Christopher Addington
p 49: Clarinet reed position in the 18th century. author: Eric Hoeprich
p 56: F G A B flat A; thoughts on a Tudor motif. author: Nick Sandon
p 64: The Spanish high baroque motet and villancico; style and performance. author: Thomas Taylor
p 75: A letter from Paolo Animuccia; a composer's response to the Council of Trent; documents. author: Richard Sherr
p 79: Andrea Sacchi's `Apollo crowning the singer Marc Antonio Pasqualina'; iconography. author: Terence Ford
p 85: Purcell's theatre music on record; recording survey. author: Curtis Price
p 93: Alberto Basso, ed.: Dizionario enciclopedico universale della musica e dei musicisti, i-ii. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 95: Harold Samuel: The cantata in Nuremberg during the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 97: Derrick Henry: The listeners guide to medieval renaissance music. [Book Review] reviewer: Everist
p 99: Arnolt Schlick: Spiegel der Orgelmacher und Organisten (Mainz 1511). [Book Review] reviewer: Jones
p 151: Italian harpsichords. [Correspondence] author: Denzil Wraight
p 153: Florentine continuo c.1600, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Robert Spencer
p 153: Florentine continuo c.1600. [Correspondence] author: John Hill

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EMM May 1984 # 12.2

p 162: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 163: Monteverdi's Mantuan Orfeo; some new documentation on this opera. author: Iain Fenlon
p 173: The ladder of love; verbal and musical rhetoric on the Elizabethan lute song. author: Robin Headlam Wells
p 191: Musicke a sister to Poetrie; rhetoric artifice in the passionate airs of John Dowland. author: Robert Toft
p 201: The projection of affect in baroque dance music. author: Gregory Butler
p 208: On the composition and performance of Caccini's Le nuove musiche (1602). author: Tim Carter
p 218: Johannes Ockeghem; the changing image, the songs and a new source. author: David Fallows
p 231: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 235: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 241: Christoph Wolff, ao: The new Grove Bach family. [Book Review] reviewer: Smallman
p 241: Malcolm Boyd: Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Smallman
p 243: David Humphreys: The esoteric structure of Bach's Clavierübung III. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 247: Iain Fenlon, ed.: Early music history, iii. [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 247: Stefan Lundgren: Method for the renaissance lute. [Book Review] reviewer: North
p 249: Alec Hyatt King: A wealth of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Milsom

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EMM Aug 1984 # 12.3

p 298: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 300: Violin fingering in the 18th century. author: Peter Walls
p 317: Violin bowing in transition; a survey of technique as related in instruction books c.1760-1830. author: Robin Stowell
p 328: Towards a history of the viol in the 19th century. author: John Rutledge
p 337: Consort playing in mid 17th century Worcester; Thomas Tomkins and the Bodleian partbooks Mus.Sch.E.415-8. author: John Irving
p 345: Bach's G minor sonata for viola da gamba and Harpsichord BWV 1029; a 7th Brandenburg concerto. author: Peter Williams
p 355: Boccherini's B flat Major cello concerto; a reappraisal of the sources.. Mary-Grace Scott.
p 358: Farinelli and Metastasio; rival twins of public favour; iconography. author: Daniel Heartz
p 369: Praetorius's pitch. [Observations] author: Herbert Myers
p 371: Music in majolica. [Observations] author: Colin Slim
p 375: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 375: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 381: Brian Mann: The secular madrigals of Filippo di Monte 1521-1603. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 383: Frederick Hammond: Girolamo Frescobaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 387: Thrasybulos Georgiades: Music and language: the rise of western music as exemplified in settings of the mass. [Book Review] reviewer: Woodley
p 391: John Ward: Sprightly and cheerful musick: notes on the cittern, gittern & guitar in 16th & 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 397: Jonathan Condit: Music of the Korean renaissance: songs and dances of the 15th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 397: Laurence Picken, ed.: Musica Asiatica, iv. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 397: Walter Rüegg, Annegrit Schmitt: Musik in Humanismus und Renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 397: Walter Salmen, ed.: The social status of the professional musician from the middle ages to the 19th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 429: Clarinet reed position. [Correspondence] author: Albert Rice
p 431: Bach's chorus. [Correspondence] author: Malcolm Boyd
p 431: Clarinet reed position, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Eric Hoeprich

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EMM Nov 1984 # 12.4

p 436: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 437: The classical keyboard concerto; some thoughts on authentic performance. author: Faye Ferguson
p 447: The pianos of Conrad Graf. author: Deborah Wythe
p 461: Andreas Streicher's notes on the fortepiano; chapter 2: `on tone'. author: Richard Fuller
p 471: Stops and other special effects on the early piano. author: Kenneth Mobbs
p 477: Playing the early piano. author: Paul Badura-Skoda
p 481: The recording of Edward Elgar (1857-1934); authenticity and performance practice. author: Robert Philip
p 490: Transposition in Monteverdi's vespers of 1610; an `aberration' defended. author: Andrew Parrott
p 517: Whose authenticity. [Observations] author: Hans Keller
p 519: Interpreting Mozart, a reply. [Observations] author: Eric van Tassel
p 519: Interpreting Mozart. [Observations] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 523: The singer's view. [Observations] author: Barbara Thornton
p 524: On `the limits of authenticity'. [Observations] author: Nigel Rogers
p 529: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 531: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 535: Richard Rastall: the notation of western music. [Book Review] reviewer: Leech-Wilkinson
p 537: István Homolya: Valentine Bakfark: lutenist from Transylvania. [Book Review] reviewer: Poulton, Fallows
p 537: Jean-Baptiste Molin, Annik Aussedat-Minvielle: Répertoire des rituels et processionneaux imprimés conservés en France. [Book Review] reviewer: Rankin
p 539: George Buelow, Hans Marx, ed.: New Mattheson studies. Lenneberg. [Book Review]
p 541: Rebecca Harris-Warrick, tr & ed.: Principles of the harpsichord by monsieur de Saint-Lambert. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 543: Giorgio Pestelli: The age of Mozart and Beethoven. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomason
p 545: Franklin Zimmerman: Henry Purcell, 1659-1695: his life and times. [Book Review] reviewer: van Tassel
p 547: Nikolaus Harnoncourt: Musik als Klangrede. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 583: Imogen Holst (1907-1984). [Obituary] author: J.M. Thomson
p 585: Ralph Kirckpatrick (1911-1984). [Obituary] author: Howard Schott
p 587: The baroque flute. [Correspondence] author: Ronald Laszewski
p 589: The baroque flute. [Correspondence] author: Dale Highbee
p 591: Bach's chorus. [Correspondence] author: Joshua Rifkin
p 591: More wealth of music. [Correspondence] author: John Parkinson
p 591: The baroque flute. [Correspondence] author: Eric Haas

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EMM Feb 1985 # 13.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 5: Early pianoforte pedalling; the evidence of the earliest printed markings. author: David Rowland
p 18: The early Portuguese piano. author: Stewart Pollart
p 28: From harpsichord to pianoforte; a chronology and commentary. author: Howard Schott
p 39: The early pianos in Britain (c.1760-1800). author: Virginia Pleasants
p 45: English pianos at Finchcocks. author: Richard Burnett
p 52: Playing the early piano; `the musician ... needs to play not one but many instruments, to develop not one technique but many'. author: Linda Nicholson
p 54: Playing the early piano; `the day has still to come when Mozart on a Steinway will be regarded ... as necessarily a kind of transcription'. author: Christopher Kite
p 56: Playing the early piano; `the technique of playing music authentically does not mean simply using the appropriate instruments'. author: Melvyn Tan
p 59: A practical guide to musica ficta. author: Nicholas Routley
p 73: An aberration amplified. [Observations] author: Jeffrey Kurtzman
p 76: Violin fingerings, a reply. [Observations] author: Peter Walls
p 76: Violin fingerings. [Observations] author: Sonya Monosoff
p 81: Edwin Good: Giraffes, black dragons, and other pianos: a technological history from Christofori to the modern concert grand. [Book Review] reviewer: Nobbs
p 82: Stanley Boorman: Studies in the performance of late mediaeval music. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 85: Denis Arnold, ed.: The new Oxford companion to music. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 89: Terence Bailey: The Ambrosian alleluias. [Book Review] reviewer: Falconer
p 91: Andreas Werckmeister: Musicalische Temperature (1691). [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 91: Ludwig Finscher, ed.: Quellenstudien zur Musik der Renaissance, vols 1 & 2. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 91: Mark Lindley: Lutes, viols & temperaments. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 93: Andrew Barker: Greek musical writings: the musician and his art. [Book Review] reviewer: Cladwell
p 154: Purcell's sonatas. [Correspondence] author: Michael Tilmouth
p 154: Sprightly and cheerful musick. [Correspondence] author: John Ward

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EMM May 1985 # 13.2

p 162: Editorial; Bach from 1985 to 2000. author: Christoph Wolff
p 163: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 165: Bach's Leipzig chamber music. author: Christoph Wolff
p 176: Bach's orchestre. author: Robert Marshall
p 180: The French influence in Bach's instrumental music. author: Hans-Joachim Schulze
p 185: Bach as reviser of his own keyboard works. author: George Stauffer
p 199: J.P. Kellner's copy of Bach's sonatas and partitas for violin solo. author: Russell Stinson
p 212: Bach's début at Leipzig; observations on the genesis of cantatas 75 and 76. author: Stephen Crist
p 227: Bach and hymnody; the evidence of the Orgelbüchlein. author: Robin Leaver
p 237: The metaphorical soloist; concerted organ part in Bach's cantatas. author: Laurence Dreyfus
p 249: Echtheit angezweifelt; style and authenticity in two suites attributed to Bach. author: Robert Hill
p 261: Praetorius's pitch. [Observations] author: Ephraim Segerman
p 267: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 268: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 275: Joseph Kerman: The masses and motets of William Byrd. [Book Review] reviewer: Edwards
p 277: Alberto Basso: Frau Musica: la vita e le opere di J.S. Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Daw
p 279: Peter Williams: The organ music of J.S. Bach, iii: a background. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 283: Oliver Ellsworth: The Berkeley manuscript. [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 283: Ralph Kirckpatrick: Domenico Scarlatti. [Book Review] reviewer: Clark
p 284: Jerome Roche: North Italian church music in the age of Monteverdi. [Book Review] reviewer: Chater
p 287: Jean-Michel Vaccaro: La musique de luth en France au 16th siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Tayler
p 289: Rien de Reede, ed.: Concerning the flute. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomson
p 291: Book Review (short): Storia della Musica; L'età dell'umanesimo e del rinascimento; Il seicento; L'età di Bach e di Haendel; English ayers: a selectively annotated bibliography and discography..
p 331: The baroque flute, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Addington
p 335: Beethoven's Graf piano. [Correspondence] author: John Henry van der Meer

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EMM Aug 1985 # 13.3

p 338: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 339: Messiah and progress in Victorian England. author: Howard Smither
p 349: Handel's London theatre orchestre. author: Donald Burrows
p 359: `La Pecorina' at Mantua, Musica Nova at Florence. author: David Butchart
p 367: New light on Ockeghem's missa `mi-mi'. author: Haruyo Miyazaki
p 376: The guitar and Italian song. author: Richard d'A Jensen
p 384: A trio in C major for recorder, violin and continuo by J.S. Bach. author: Michael Marissen
p 391: 16th century Venetian wind instrument makers and their clients. author: Giulio Ongaro
p 398: Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo's portrait of a man with a recorder. author: Colin Slim
p 407: Musica ficta. [Observations] author: John Caldwell
p 408: Handel's appoggiaturas: a tradition destroyed. [Observations] author: Elizabeth Roche
p 413: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 415: Stanley Sadie, ed.: The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Waterhouse
p 419: Howard Schott: The historical harpsichord vol.1. [Book Review] reviewer: Williams
p 421: John Caldwell: Editing early music. [Book Review] reviewer: Turner
p 423: Catalogue thématique des sources du grand motet français (1663-1792). [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 469: Spanish pianos. [Correspondence] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 470: The harpsichord-pianoforte. [Correspondence] author: Richard Burnett

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EMM Nov 1985 # 13.4

p 474: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 476: Handel's chamber music; sources, chronology and authenticity. author: Terence Best
p 500: Handel and regularization: a third alternative. author: Graham Pont
p 506: Interpreting one of Handel's free preludes for harpsichord. author: Peter Williams
p 514: John Dowland and Elizabethan melancholy. author: Robert Headlam Wells
p 529: Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre and the secular cantate Française. author: Adrian Rose
p 542: `His own worst enemy'; Scarlatti: some unanswered questions. author: Jane Clark
p 548: Corelli in Calcutta colonial music making in India during the 17th and 18th centuries. author: Raymond Head
p 554: Handel's Water Music on period instruments. author: Bruce Wood
p 565: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 566: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 571: Peter Williams, ed.: Bach, Handel, Scarlatti: tercentenary essays. [Book Review] reviewer: Boyd
p 573: Joseph Kerman: Musicology. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 575: Paolo Fabbri: Monteverdi. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 577: Curtis Price: Henry Purcell and the London Stage. [Book Review] reviewer: Wood
p 578: Book Review (short): Music and culture in Italy from the Middle Ages to the Baroque; Telemann Werkverzeichnis; Giovanni Battista Viotti; Bach sources in America; J.S. Bach: sein Leben in Bildern and Dokumenten.

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EMM Feb 1986 # 14.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 4: Recent research in European dance, 1400-1800. author: Meredith Little
p 15: The English measure (on Tudor & Stuart dances). author: John Ward
p 22: Audible rhetoric and mute rhetoric: the 17th century French sarabande. author: Patricia Ranum
p 41: Ballroom dancing at the court of Louis XIV. author: Rebecca Harris-Warrick
p 51: Dances to music bu Jean-Baptiste Lully. author: Wendy Hilton
p 64: Handel's `Lucio Cornelio Silla'; its problems and context. author: Duncan Chisholm
p 71: An orchestral suite by François Couperin. author: Peter Holman
p 79: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 80: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 87: Ian Woodfield: The early history of viol. [Book Review] reviewer: Harwood
p 90: Denis Arnold, ed.: The new Monteverdi companion. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 92: Walker Cunningham: The keyboard of John Bull. [Book Review] reviewer: Neighbour
p 95: Ignace Bossuyt: De componist Alexander Utendal. [Book Review] reviewer: Carver
p 96: Alberto Gallo: Music of the Middle Ages II. [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis

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EMM May 1986 # 14.2

p 162: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 164: New dances for the ball; the annual collections of France and England in the 18th century. author: Ingrid Brainard
p 175: Triple pavans: clues to some mysteries in 16th century dance. author: Julia Sutton
p 182: Spectacle in Milan: Cesare Negri's torch dances. [Book Review] reviewer: Pamela Jones
p 199: What did Prince Henry do with his feet on Sunday 19 August 1604 (on dance). authors: Judy Smith, Ian Gatiss
p 209: Dance and dance music in the Netherlands in the 18th century. author: Joan Rimmer
p 221: Ill-compliments and arbitrary taste? Geminiani's directions for performers. author: Peter Walls
p 237: A 17th century French manuscript on organ performance. [Documents] author: William Pruitt
p 253: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 257: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 259: Tilman Seebass, ed.: Imago musicae: international yearbook of musical iconography, vol.1. [Book Review] reviewer: Woodley
p 263: Reinhard Strohm: Music in late musical Bruges. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 265: Basil Smallman: The music of Heinrich Schütz. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 267: Frank d'Accone: The history of a baroque opera: Alessandro Scarlatti's `gli equivoci nel sembiante'. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 269: Kevin Coates: Geometry, proportion and the art of lutherie. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 273: Henry Fischer: The renaissance sackbut and its use today. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 315: Handel alternatives. [Correspondence] author: Michael Pilkington
p 316: Regularization and affekt. [Correspondence] author: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 317: Baroque rhythms. [Correspondence] author: Robert Donington
p 317: Purcell sonatas. [Correspondence] author: Richard Luckett
p 319: Obituary.
p 319: Bach alterations. [Correspondence] author: Richard Luby

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EMM Aug 1986 # 14.3

p 322: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 323: Imagery, musical confrontation and cultural difference in early 18th century London. author: Richard Leppert
p 346: The 15th century `balli' tunes: a new look. author: Barbara Sparti
p 358: Monteverdi's earliest extant ballet. author: Denis Stevens
p 367: Swedish sword dances in the 16th and 17th centuries. author: Madeleine Inglehearn
p 373: Music at the Pietá (in Venice) before Vivaldi. author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 387: Public operas and the trials of the Teatro san Moisè (in Venice). author: Myron Schwager
p 397: A curious (keyboard) instrument with a five octave compass. [Instruments] author: John Henry van der Meer
p 403: Graham Pont's `paradigm of inconsistency'. [Observations] author: Frederick Neumann
p 406: Glorious uncertainty. [Observations] author: David Wulstan
p 409: A third alternative. [Observations] author: Graham Pont
p 413: David Wulstan: Tudor music. [Book Review] reviewer: Doe
p 415: Francesco Luisi: Laudario Giustinianeo. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 417: Ingrid de Geer: Earl, saint, bishop, skald - and music. [Book Review] reviewer: Woods
p 418: Dimitri Conomos: The treatise of Manuel Chrysaphes the Lampadarios. [Book Review] reviewer: Loeschmann
p 419: Richard Charteris: Alfonso Ferrabosco the elder (1543-1588), a thematic catalogue of his music with a biographical calendar. [Book Review] reviewer: Butchart
p 420: David Butchart: I madrigali di Marco da Gagliano. [Book Review] reviewer: Haar
p 422: John Joyce: The monodies of Sigismondo d'India. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 424: Strohm: Essays on Handel and Italian opera. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot
p 460: Salerooms commissions, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 460: Salerooms commissions. [Correspondence] author: Graham Wells
p 461: Editing Frescobaldi. [Correspondence] author: Charles Jacobs

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EMM Nov 1986 # 14.4

p 466: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 467: Very low ranges in the sacred music of Ockeghem and Tinctoris. author: Kenneth Kreitner
p 480: Instruments and the Faenza codex. author: Timothy McGee
p 491: The secular music of Alessandro Frandi. author: Denis Arnold
p 501: Portraits of Johann Joachim Quantz. author: Charles Walthall
p 521: How Alfonso della Viola tuned his viols, and how he transposed. [Documents] authors: Kathleen Moretto Spencer, Howard Mayer Brown
p 534: Vincentius and the earliest harpsichords. [Instruments] author: Denzil Wraight
p 541: The Guadelupe angel musicians. [Iconography] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 545: The early history of the clarinet and the chalumeau. [Discussion] author: Cary Karp
p 552: The clarinet and chalumeau revisited. [Discussion] authors: Albert Rice, Colin Lawson
p 557: Musicology and make-believe. [Observations] author: Benjamin Bagby
p 558: The Bassanos: Anglo-Venetian and Venetian. [Observations] author: David Lasocki
p 563: The early piano Britain reconsidered. [Observations] author: Warwick Cole
p 566: Bach's orchestre. [Observations] author: Joshua Rifkin
p 569: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 571: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 577: Lewis Lockwood: Music In renaissance Ferrara 1400-1503: the creation of a musical centre in the 15th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 583: George Stauffer, Ernest May, ed.: J.S. Bach as organist. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 587: André Pirro: L'esthétique de Jean-Sebastien Bach (1907). [Book Review] reviewer: Brainard
p 587: Fabritio Caroso, Julia Sutton, tr.: Nobilità di dame (1600). [Book Review] reviewer: Harrán
p 622: Editing Frescobaldi. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Stembridge
p 622: Editing Gilles. [Correspondence] author: John Hajdu
p 623: Playing from memory. [Correspondence] author: I.E. Jones
p 623: Denis Arnold. [Obituary] author: Jerome & Elizabeth Roche

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EMM Feb 1987 # 15.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 3: Performance practice in the Papal Chapel during the 17th century. author: Jean Lionnet
p 16: Handel's music for the Carmelites; a study in liturgy and some observations on performance. author: Graham Dixon
p 31: The Medici coat of arms in a motet for Leo X. author: Richard Sherr
p 36: An 18th century controversy about the thrill, Mancini v. Manfredi. author: Julianne Baird
p 47: `Dispositione di voce': passage to florid singing. author: Robert Greenlee
p 57: Medieval art and the performance of medieval music. author: Richard Pestell
p 71: An ornamented opera aria of c. 1815. [Observations] author: R.M. Longyear
p 74: The five octave compass in 18th century Spanish harpsichords, a reply. [Observations] author: John Henry van der Meer
p 74: The five octave compass in 18th century Spanish harpsichords. [Observations] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 76: An open or shut case? (on harpsichords). [Observations] author: Laurence Libin
p 79: Timothy McGee: Medieval and renaissance music: a performer's guide. [Book Review] reviewer: Pryer
p 83: Gerald Abraham, ed.: Concert music 1630-1750. [Book Review] reviewer: Tilmouth
p 85: Allan Atlas: Music at the Aragonese court of Naples. [Book Review] reviewer: Knighton
p 89: Claude Palisca: Humanism in Italian renaissance musical thought. [Book Review] reviewer: Woodley
p 140: Another Froberger. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott
p 140: Musicology and make-believe. [Correspondence] author: David Hiley
p 140: Venetian problem, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 140: Venetian problem. [Correspondence] author: Jonathan Glixon
p 141: Editing Gilles. [Correspondence] author: Graham Dixon
p 141: French overdotting, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Wulstan
p 141: French overdotting, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Graham Pont
p 141: French overdotting. [Correspondence] author: Beverly Scheibert

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EMM May 1987 # 15.2

p 146: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 148: The double harp in Spain from the 16th to the 18th centuries. author: Cristina Bordas
p 164: Patronage, style and structure in the music attributed to Turlough Carolan. author: Joan Rimmer
p 175: The Dalway or Fitzgerald harp (1621). authors: Michael Billinge, Bonnie Shaljean
p 188: The harp in Stuart England; new light on Lawes's harp consorts. author: Peter Holman
p 205: `This easy and agreable instrument'; a history of the English guittar. author: Philip Coggin
p 221: Edward Paston and the textless lute song. author: Stewart McCoy
p 229: St Gertrude's chapel, Hamburg, and the performance of polychoral music. Frederick Gable.
p 243: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 247: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 251: Edward Doughte: English renaissance songs. [Book Review] reviewer: Headlam Wells
p 251: Winnifred Maynard: Elizabethan lyric poetry and its music. [Book Review] reviewer: Headlam Wells
p 253: Michael Praetorius, Crookes, tr.: Syntagma Musicum II: de Organographia parts I and II. [Book Review] reviewer: Harwood
p 255: Graham Dixon: Carissimi. [Book Review] reviewer: Timms
p 257: Denis Arnold, Elsie Arnold: The oratorio in Venice. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 259: Nino Pirrotta, Danilo Curti: I codici musicali Trentini a cento anni dalla loro riscoperta. [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 261: Franco Rossi, ed.: Le opere musicali della fondazione `Querini-Stampalia' di Venezia. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 261: Mariella Sala, ed.: Catalogo del fondo musicale dell'archivo capitolare del duomo di Brescia. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 261: Sergio Durante, Maria Nevilla Massaro: Catalogo dei manoscritti musicali del conservatorio `Cesare Pollini' di Padova. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 263: Ann Basart: The sound of the fortepiano: a discography of recordings on early pianos. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadler
p 263: Bruce Haynes: Music for the oboe 1650-1800: a bibliography. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadler

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EMM Aug 1987 # 15.3

p 306: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 308: Lully's first opera; a rediscovered poster for `les fêtes de l'Amour et de Bacchus'. author: Jérôme de La Gorce
p 315: For and against the order of nature; who sang the soprano. author: Lionel Sawkins
p 325: Performing a choral dialogue by Lully. author: Lois Rosow
p 336: More faces than Protheus; Lully's `Ballet des Muses'. author: James Anthony
p 347: A sweet servitude; a musician's life at the court of Mlle de Guise. author: Patricia Ranum
p 361: Grimaret's `Traité du Récitatif'; glimpses of performance practice in Lully's operas. author: David Tunley
p 365: Reinterpreting the capital of the fourth tone at St Lazare, Autun. [Iconography] author: Hélène Setlak-Garrison
p 378: Folding harpsichords. [Instruments] author: Laurence Libin
p 384: More on triplets and inequality. [Observations] author: David Fuller
p 386: Monteverdi's vespers of 1610: `della beata Vergine'. [Observations] author: Graham Dixon
p 391: John Stevens: Words and music in the middle ages: song, narrative, dance and drama. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 393: Christopher Page: Voices and instruments of the middle ages: instrumental practice and songs in France 1100-1300. [Book Review] reviewer: Warwick
p 397: Mary Remnant: English bowed Instruments from Anglo-Saxon to Tudor times. [Book Review] reviewer: Mayer Brown
p 401: Mary Chan, Jamie Kassler, ed.: Roger North's cursory notes of Musicke (c.1698-c.1703). [Book Review] reviewer: Cooper
p 403: Don Harrán: Word tone relations in musical thought from antiquity to the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 405: Dolores Pesce: The affinities and medieval transposition. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 407: Michel Huglo, Christian Meyer: The theory of music: manuscripts from the Carolingian era up to c.1500 in the Federal Republic of Germany. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 442: David Reichenberg. [Obituary]
p 443: Clavichord research. [Correspondence] author: David Weldon
p 443: French overdotting. [Correspondence] author: Beverly Scheibert
p 446: Mozart's Requiem. [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder
p 446: Naples or Barcelona. [Correspondence] author: Allan Atlas
p 447: Musical ketchup. [Correspondence] author: David Hiley
p 447: Naples or Barcelona, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Tess Knighton

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EMM Nov 1987 # 15.4

p 450: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 453: Performance practice in the Papal Chapel during the 16th century. author: Richard Sherr
p 463: Prince Arthur (1486-1502), a carol and `a cantus firmus'. author: Hugh Benham
p 469: 18th century French chamber music for vielle. author: Robert Green
p 481: Another keyboard canzona by Giovanni Gabrieli. author: Richard Charteris
p 487: The basset clarinet revived. [Instruments] author: Colin Lawson
p 503: Francisco Pérez Mirabal's harpsichords and the early Spanish piano. [Instruments] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 515: The enigmatic canons of Juan del Vado (c.1625-1691). author: Luis Robledo
p 520: Another musical Medici coat of arms. [Observations] author: Jean Lionnet
p 523: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 526: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 531: Robin Stowell: Violin technique and performance practice in the late 18th and early 19th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Goodman
p 537: Manfred Stattkus: Claudio Monteverdi: Verzeichnis der erhaltenen Werke (SV): kleine Ausgabe. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 589: The harp for Lawes. [Correspondence] author: Layton Ring
p 633: Beverly Scheibert: Jean-Henry d'Angelbert and the 17th century clavecin school. [Book Review] reviewer: Langham Smith

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EMM Feb 1988 # 16.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 4: The orchestra in Beethoven's Vienna. author: Clive Brown
p 35: The `Kreutzer' sonata as dialogue. author: Owen Sander
p 50: Fingering in Haydn's string quartet. author: William Drabkin
p 59: Two sets of unexplored metronome marks for Beethoven's piano sonatas. author: Sandra Rosenblum
p 72: Carl Czerny's metronome marks for Haydn and Mozart symphonies. author: William Malloch
p 84: A tie is a tie is a tie; reflections on Beethoven's pairs of tied notes. author: Paul Badura-Skoda
p 90: An early metronome. [Observations] author: David Martin
p 95: Winton Dean, John Knapp: Handel's operas 1704-1726. [Book Review] reviewer: Price
p 101: Manuel Ferreira: The sound of Martin Codax. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 105: Richard Hudson: The allemande, the balletto and the Tanz. [Book Review] reviewer: Holman
p 109: Pier Tosi: Observations on the Florid song. [Book Review] reviewer: Kirkby

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EMM May 1988 # 16.2

p 146: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 147: The performance of Ars Antiqua motets. author: Christopher Page
p 165: What's in a name? Reflections on some works of Guillaume Du Fay. author: Alejandro Planchart
p 176: `Subtilitas' in the tonal language of `fumeux fume'. author: Peter Lefferts
p 185: Chants in the rhymed office of St Thomas of Canterbury. author: Andrew Hughes
p 203: Recent research on the origins of Western chant. author: David Hiley
p 214: Performing Beethoven's early piano concertos. author: Robert Winter
p 231: `Great learning, fine scholarship, impeccable taste'; a 50th anniversary tribute to Sir Richard Terry (1865-1938). author: Elizabeth Roche
p 239: The restored chapter house wall paintings in Westminster Abbey. [Iconography] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 251: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 255: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 261: Frederick Neumann: Ornamentation and improvisation in Mozart. [Book Review] reviewer: Walls
p 265: Gary Tomlinson: Monteverdi and the end of the renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Mabbett
p 271: Alexander Silbiger: Frescobaldi studies. [Book Review] reviewer: Cooper
p 271: John Whenham, ed.: Claudio Monteverdi: Orfeo. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 273: Don Harran: `Maniera' e il madrigale. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 275: Nigel North: Continuo playing on the lute, archlute and theorbo: a comprehensive guide for performers. [Book Review] reviewer: Crawford
p 317: Frank Llewelyn Harrison (1905-1987). [Obituary] author: Caldwell
p 318: Walter Bergmann. [Obituary] author: J.M. Thomson
p 318: Walter Bergmann. [Obituary] author: Michael Tippett

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EMM Aug 1988 # 16.3

p 322: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 324: Lully and the rise of the oboe as seen in works of art. author: Bruce Haynes
p 339: The French hautboy in England, 1673-1730. author: David Lasocki
p 359: The hautboy in London's musical life, 1730-1770. author: Janet Page
p 372: The oboe in the Venetian republic, 1692-1797. author: Alfredo Bernardini
p 388: The baroque clarinet in public concerts, 1726-1762. author: Albert Rice
p 396: Classical clarinet technique: documentary approaches. author: David Charlton
p 407: A newly discovered 17th century bassoon by Haka. [Observations] author: William Waterhouse
p 411: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 417: Lorenzo Bianconi: Music in the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 419: Betty Bang Mather: Dance rhythms of the French baroque: a handbook for performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 423: George Houle: Meter in music, 1600-1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 427: David Ledbetter: Harpsichord and lute music in 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Cooper
p 429: Israel Katz, John Keller, ed.: Studies on the Cantigas de Santa Maria: art music and poetry. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 429: The organ yearbook. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 479: Erratum: Sandra Rosenblum, EM, Feb 1988, p.59.
p 479: Handel's changes. [Correspondence] author: Winton Dean
p 479: More on the basset clarinet. [Correspondence] author: Colin Lawson
p 479: North on overdotting. [Correspondence] author: Graham Pont

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EMM Nov 1988 # 16.4

p 482: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 483: When is an orchestra not an orchestra. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 496: The instrumentation of Handel's early Italian works. author: Hans Marx
p 506: Italian oratorio and the baroque orchestra. author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 514: Improvized ornamentation in a Handel aria with obligato wind accompaniment. author: John Spitzer
p 523: Newly found works of C.P.E. Bach. author: Rachel Wade
p 542: Performing C.P.E. Bach: some open questions. author: David Schulenberg
p 553: Morality and music: a study of a Flemish transformation scene of the later 16th century. [Iconography] author: Alec Hyatt King
p 559: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 563: Laurence Dreyfus: Bach's continuo group: players and practices in his vocal works. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 567: May Hofman, John Morehen: Latin music in British sources. [Book Review] reviewer: Bray
p 568: Bonnie Blackburn: Music for Treviso cathedral in the late 16th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 568: Frits Noske: Sweelinck. [Book Review] reviewer: Cooper
p 571: Greta Moens-Haenen: Das vibrato in der Musik des Barock. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington
p 621: Paul Steinitz. [Obituary] author: Anderson

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EMM Feb 1989 # 17.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 3: Johann Sebastian Bach's orchestra: some unanswered questions. author: Hans-Joachim Schultze
p 17: The Dresden Hofkapelle during the lifetime of Johann Sebastian Bach. author: Ortrun Landmann
p 33: The editorial transmission of C.P.E. Bach's music. author: Eugene Helm
p 43: A chaconne by Georg Böhm: a note on German composers and French styles. author: Peter Williams
p 55: Türk, touch and slurring: finding a rationale. author: Daniel Raessler
p 60: Early fingering: some editing problems and some new readings for J.S. Bach and John Bull. author: Mark Lindley
p 70: The rules for `through bass' and for tuning attributed to Handel. author: Jane Johnson
p 79: Review: The Bach Compendium. author: Joshua Rifkin
p 89: Univ of Illinois, compiler: Census catalogue of manuscript sources of polyphonic music 1400-1550, vols iv-v. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 90: Carmelo Comberiati: Late renaissance music at the Habsburg court polyphonic settings of the Mass Ordinary at the court of Rudolf II (1576-1612). [Book Review] reviewer: O'Regan
p 92: Karol Berger: Musica ficta: theories of accidental inflections in vocal polyphony from Marchetto da Padova to Gioseffo Zarlino. [Book Review] reviewer: Curtis
p 94: Kerala Snyder: Dietrich Buxtehude: organist in Lübeck. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 99: Giuseppe Vecchi: Giulio Belli da Longiano. [Book Review] reviewer: Macy
p 139: Performing Mozart and Beethoven concertos. [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder
p 140: `A tie is a tie is a tie': but is it. [Correspondence] author: Howard Ferguson
p 140: Intention or inadvertence. [Correspondence] author: Robert Donington
p 140: Quick Beethoven. [Correspondence] author: Barry Cooper
p 143: Metronomic calculations. [Correspondence] author: Richard Taruskin

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EMM May 1989 # 17.2

p 146: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 147: Cries of Durham. author: John Milson
p 161: Musical performance in 16th century Italian literature: Straparola's `le piacevoli notti'. author: Cathy Elias
p 175: A liturgical role for Monteverdi's `sonata sopra Sancta Maria'. author: David Blazey
p 184: French harpsichord music in the first decade of the 18th century. author: Carol Bates
p 198: Repeat problems in keyboard settings of `canzoni alla francese'. author: Robert Judd
p 216: A harpsichord from Sorrento. [Instruments] authors: Laurence Libin, Kathryn Shanks
p 221: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 226: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 235: Ellen Harris: Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, score. [Book Review] reviewer: Wood
p 235: Ellen Harris: Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. [Book Review] reviewer: Wood
p 245: Sandra Rosenblum: Performance practices in classic piano music: their principles and applications. [Book Review] reviewer: Fanning
p 247: Peter Reidemeister, ed.: Basler Jahrbuch für Historische Musikpraxis, X, 1986. [Book Review] reviewer: Rankin
p 248: Hans-Günter Ottenberg: C.P.E. Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Deathridge
p 248: Stephen Clark, ed.: C.P.E. Bach studies. [Book Review] reviewer: Deathridge
p 251: Peter Hurford: Making music on the organ. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe

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EMM Aug 1989 # 17.3

p 306: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 309: The trecento fiddle and its bridges. author: Howard Mayer Brown
p 330: The performance of cantus firmi in Josquin's masses based on secular monophonic song. author: Willem Elders
p 342: The martyrdom of St Sebastian: the function of accidental inflections in Dufay's `O beate Sebastiane'. author: Karol Berger
p 359: Itinerancy to residency: professional careers and performance practices in 15th century sacred music. author: Barbara Haggh
p 368: Le célèbre Berteau (1735-1784). author: Jane Adas
p 383: Slide trumpet madness: fact or fiction. [Instruments] author: Herbert Myers
p 389: The trombone, the slide trumpet and the ensemble tradition of the early renaissance. [Instruments] author: Keith Polk
p 397: The `trompette des menestrels' in the 15th century `alta capella'. [Instruments] author: Ross Duffin
p 405: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 409: Corpus Tropurum, vols i-vi. [Book Review] reviewer: Sandon
p 409: Gabriel Silagi: Liturgische Tropen. [Book Review] reviewer: Sandon
p 409: Gunilla Iversen: Research on tropes. [Book Review] reviewer: Sandon
p 409: Ritva Jacobsson, ed.: Pax Et sapienta. [Book Review] reviewer: Sandon
p 413: Brian Boydell: A Dublin musical calendar 1700-1760. [Book Review] reviewer: Burrows
p 413: Stefano Toffolo: Antichi strumenti veneziani, 1500-1800; quattro secoli di luteria e cembalaria. [Book Review] reviewer: Selfridge-Field
p 415: Harry Haskell: The early music revival: a history. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 415: Nicholas Kenyon: Authenticity and early music: a symposium. [Book Review] reviewer: Stevens
p 419: Raymond Leppard: Authenticity in music. [Book Review] reviewer: Donington

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EMM Nov 1989 # 17.4

p 482: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 485: Prologue: Daphne transformed. author: Roger Savage
p 495: `Il Corago' and the staging of early opera: four chapters from an anonymous treatise c.1630. authors: Roger Savage, Matteo Sansone
p 515: Vanbrugh's Queen Theatre in the Haymarket 1703-1709. author: Graham Barlow
p 523: The Haymarket opera in 1711. authors: Judith Milhous, Robert Hume
p 539: Righini in Florence: an artistic conflict. author: William Holmes
p 551: Signs of the times: a look at the late 18th century gesturing. author: Nicholas Solomon
p 565: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 569: James Tyler: The early mandolin: the mandolino and the Neapolitan mandoline. [Book Review] reviewer: Crawford
p 573: Franklin Zimmerman: Henry Purcell: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Price
p 573: John Barker: The use of music and recordings for teaching about the middle ages: a practical guide with comprehensive discography and selective bibliography. [Book Review] reviewer: Leech-Wilkinson

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EMM Feb 1990 # 19.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 3: Play into opera: Purcell's `the Indian Queen'. author: Andrew Pinnock
p 22: Theatres for opera and ballet during the reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XV. author: Barbara Coeyman
p 38: Harpsichords in the London theatres, 1697-1715. authors: Judith Milhous, Curtis Price
p 47: Italian opera in London, 1750-1775: management and finances. author: Elisabeth Gibson
p 63: An early Handel revival in Florence. author: John Rice
p 73: A late 18th century account book of the San Carlo Theatre, Naples. author: Michael Robinson
p 83: A neglected source of ornamentation and continuo realization in a Handel aria. author: Patrick Rogers
p 91: `The downfall of Shakespeare on a modern stage'. [Iconography] author: Iain Mackintosh
p 97: A few thoughts on Lully's `hautbois'. [Observations] author: Rebecca Harris-Warrick
p 109: Juan Bautista Pla and José Pla - two neglected oboe virtuosi of the 18th century. [Observations] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 113: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 119: Jeremy Yudkin: Music in medieval Europe. [Book Review] reviewer: Caldwell
p 121: Don Harran: In search of harmony: Hebrew and humanist elements in 16th century musical thought. [Book Review] reviewer: Bujic
p 125: Stanley Sadie, Anthony Hicks, ed.: Handel tercentenary collection. [Book Review] reviewer: Wood
p 129: Eleanor Selfridge-Field: Pallade Veneta: writings on music in Venetian society 1650-1750. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 133: Alison Crum: Play the viol. [Book Review] reviewer: Harwood
p 137: Jeffrey Kite-Powell: A practical guide to historical performance: the renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Meconi

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EMM May 1990 # 19.2

p 178: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 179: Voices and instruments: soloists and ensembles in the 15th century. author: Keith Polk
p 199: Musical acoustics in the Middle Ages. author: Dorothea Baumann
p 213: Minstrel schools in the late Middle Ages. author: Mariacarmen Gómez
p 218: Writing, reading and memorizing: the transmission and resolution of retrograde canons from the 14th and early 15th centuries. author: Virginia Newes
p 235: Some aspects of the notation and performance of German song around 1400. author: Lorenz Welker
p 253: The wedding of Archduke Charles and Maria of Bavaria in 1571. [Iconography] author: Robert Lindell
p 271: Josquin's `Missa panga lingua': a note on Agnus Dei III. [Observations] author: Richard Sherr
p 277: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 283: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 289: Iain Fenlon, James Haar: The Italian madrigal in the early 16th century: sources and interpretation. [Book Review] reviewer: Sherr
p 292: K. Adams, Dyke Kiel: Claudio Monteverdi: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 293: Cleveland Johnson: Vocal compositions in German organ tablatures, 1550-1650: a catalogue and commentary. [Book Review] reviewer: Dean
p 295: Edward Huwes Jones: The performance of English song, 1610-1670. [Book Review] reviewer: Holman
p 297: Donald Forster: Jean-Philippe Rameau: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Williams
p 299: Jérôme de la Gorce: Berain, dessinateur du Roi Soleil. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadler
p 299: Marie-Françoise Christout: Le ballet de cour au 17th siècle (incl English tr). [Book Review] reviewer: Sadler
p 350: Blowing a trumpet. [Correspondence] author: Clifford Barlett
p 350: Shaken not stirred. [Correspondence] author: Bathia Churgin

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EMM Aug 1990 # 19.3

p 354: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 355: The Vestal Virgin and the Fire-stealer: memory, creation and authenticity. author: Pierre Boulez
p 359: Instrumental music in the early 16th century mass: new evidence. author: Leslie Korrick
p 371: Two polyphonic `istampite' from the 14th century. author: John Caldwell
p 381: Six dances by Kellom Tomlinson: a recently discovered manuscript. author: Robert Petre
p 393: `And now about the Cauldron sing': music and the supernatural on the Restoration stage. author: Steven Plank
p 408: Handel, the Dead March and a newly identified trombone movement. author: Donald Burrows
p 417: What Samuel Pepys heard on 3 February 1661: English trumpet style under the later Stuart monarchs. author: Peter Downey
p 431: Farinelli revisited. [Iconography] author: Daniel Heartz
p 449: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 453: Richard Crocker, David Hiley, ed.: The early Middle Ages to 1300. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 457: Craig Wright: Music and ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris, 500-1550. [Book Review] reviewer: Haggh
p 463: Don Harran: In defense of music: the case for music as argued by a singer and scholar of the late 15th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Woodley
p 467: Wolfgang Horn: Die Dresdner Hofkirchenmusik 1720-1745: Studien zu ihren Voraussetzungen und ihrem Repertoire. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot
p 467: Wolfgang Horn, Thomas Kohlhase: Zelenka Dokumentation: Quellen und Materialien. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot

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EMM Nov 1990 # 19.4

p 514: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 515: The Italian violin school in the 17th century. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 519: The use of instruments in sacred music in Italy 1560-1700. author: Stephen Bonta
p 537: The role of the violin in the resurgence of the Mass in the 17th century. author: Anne Schnoebelen
p 545: Antonio Veracini in context: new perspectives from documents, analysis and style. author: John Hill
p 563: The Roman repertory for violin before the time of Corelli. author: Eleanor McCrickard
p 575: The influence of the Italian violin school in 17th century England. author: Peter Walls
p 588: The violino piccolo and other small violins. author: Margaret Downie Banks
p 599: On the absence of keyboard continuo in Haydn's symphonies. author: James Webster
p 609: The sackbut in England in the 17th and 18th centuries. author: Trevor Herbert
p 617: Musical instruments at Isola Bella. [Instruments] authors: Laurence Libin, Kathryn Shanks Libin
p 629: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 633: Neal Zaslaw: Mozart's symphonies: context, reception, performance practice. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 641: Howard Mayer Brown, Stanley Sadie: Performance practice: music after 1600. [Book Review] reviewer: Boorman
p 641: Howard Mayer Brown, Stanley Sadie: Performance practice: music before 1600. [Book Review] reviewer: Boorman
p 645: Thomas Forrest Kelly: The Benevetan chant. author: Falconer
p 649: Cyrilla Barr: The monophonic lauda and the lay religious confraternities of Tuscany and Umbria in the late Middle Ages. [Book Review] reviewer: Sole
p 650: Bruce Gustafson, David Fuller: A catalogue of French harpsichord music 1699-17800. author: Ledbetter
p 684: Robert Donington (1907-1990). [Obituary] author: Julie Anne Sadie
p 686: Robert Donington (1907-1990). [Obituary] author: J.M. Thomson

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EMM Feb 1991 # 19.1

p 3: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 4: Introduction. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 5: Early violins: problems and issues. author: Laurence Libin
p 9: The birth of the orchestra in Rome - an iconographic study. author: John Spitzer
p 29: `Ad libitum' procedures in instrumental duos and trios. author: Sandra Mangsen
p 43: The string tremolo in the 17th century. author: Stewart Carter
p 61: Instrumentation and genre in Italian music, 1600-1670. author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 69: Violin intonation: a historical survey. author: Patrizio Barbieri
p 91: Scarlatti's `tremulo'. [Observations] author: Barbara Sachs
p 95: Words and music by Goscelin of Canterbury. author: Richard Sharpe
p 99: A Zenti harpsichord rediscovered. [Instruments] author: Denzil Wraight
p 103: Salerooms; Instruments. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 107: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson: Machaut's Mass: an introduction. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 108: Edward Lowinsky: Music in the culture of the renaissance and other essays. [Book Review] reviewer: Leech-Wilkinson
p 112: Iain Fenlon, ed. The renaissance: from the 1470s to the end of the 16th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Dean
p 115: Walter Kemp. Burgundian court song in the time of Binchois: the anonymous chansons of El Escorial MS V.III.24. [Book Review] reviewer: Slavin
p 153: Sounding the trumpet. [Correspondence] author: Montagu
p 155: Flemish keyboards. author: James

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EMM May 1991 # 19.2

p 162: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 163: Josquin's `Misericordias Domini' and Louis XI. author: Patrick Macey
p 179: In support of `heresy': manuscript evidence for `a capella' performance of early 15th century songs. author: Dennis Slavin
p 195: Texting in the 15th century French chansons: a look ahead from the 14th century. author: Lawrence Earp
p 213: Textual symmetries and the origins of Heinrich Schütz's `Musikalischen Exequien'. author: Gregory Johnston
p 227: My Lady's Tears: a pair of songs by John Dowland. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 235: Haydn's tempos in `The Creation'. author: Nicholas Temperley
p 247: Historical performance, metronome marks and tempo in Beethoven's symphonies. [Observations] author: Clive Brown
p 261: The performance of Josquin's L'homme armé Masses. [Observations] author: Richard Sherr
p 269: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 274: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 281: Harold Copeman: Singing in Latin, or prononciation explor'd. [Book Review] reviewer: Hillier
p 281: Harold Copeman: The pocket singing in Latin. [Book Review] reviewer: Hillier
p 283: Eleanor Selfridge-Field: The works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: a thematic catalogue. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 285: John Butt: Bach interpretation: articulation marks in the primary sources of J.S. Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 287: Jerome Weber: A Gregorian chant discography. [Book Review] reviewer: Falconer
p 288: Timothy Day: A discography of Tudor church music. [Book Review] reviewer: Milsom
p 317: Tripping over the triplets. [Correspondence] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 319: Destination Prague. [Correspondence] author: Poppy Holden

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EMM Aug 1991 # 19.3

p 322: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 323: George I, the Haymarket Opera and Handel's Watermusic. authors: Donald Burrows, Robert Hume
p 345: Musicians in the marketplace: the Venetian guild of instrumentalists in the later 18th century. author: Thomas Bauman
p 357: Beyond temperament: non-keyboard intonation in the 17th and 18th centuries. author: Bruce Haynes
p 383: Bartolomeo Christofori; a list and historical survey of his instruments. author: Giuliana Montanari
p 399: Giovanni Ferrini and his harpsichord `a penne e a martelletti'. author: Luigi Tagliavini
p 409: Late 19th century viol revivals. author: John Rutledge
p 419: The double, double, double beat of the thundering drum: the timpani in early music. author: Edmund Bowles
p 437: A counterblast on English trumpets. [Observations] authors: Andrew Pinnock, Bruce Wood
p 443: English trumpets - a response. [Observations] author: Peter Holman
p 445: Jeremy Yudkin: De musica mensurata: the anonymous of St Emmeram; complete critical edition. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 446: Willem Elders: composers of the low countries. [Book Review] reviewer: Kirkman
p 450: Morné Bezuidenhout: An Italian book of the late 13th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Falconer
p 451: Anthony Rooley: Performance: revealing the Orpheus within. [Book Review] reviewer: Voss
p 492: Violin intonation: more on tempered fifths. [Correspondence] author: Claudio di Veroli

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EMM Nov 1991 # 19.4

p 498: Editorial, Conference Mozart's music. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 501: Performance and authenticity. author: Lewis Lockwood
p 506: Performance and authenticity, discussions. authors: Richard Taruskin, Robert Levin, Lewis Lockwood
p 513: The old and new Mozart editions. author: Cliff Eissen
p 529: The old and new Mozart editions, discussions. authors: Cliff Eissen, Robert Levin, David Josephson, Marius Flothuis
p 533: The neue Mozart Ausgabe: a retrospect. author: Marius Flothuis
p 538: Mozart performance in the 19th century. author: George Barth
p 552: Mozart performance in the 19th century, discussions. authors: Laurence Dreyfus, George Barth, Richard Taruskin, Neal Zaslaw
p 557: Mozart's Belmonte; Mozart and his singers. author: Thomas Bauman
p 562: Mozart's Belmonte; Mozart and his singers, discussions. authors: Will Crutchfield, Thomas Bauman, Andrew Potter
p 565: `Ich bin die erste Sängerin'; vocal profiles of two Mozart sopranos. author: Patricia Lewy Gidwitz
p 580: Mozart's Italian `buffo' singers. author: Alessandra Campana
p 582: Mozart's Italian `buffo' singers, discussion. authors: Neal Zaslaw, Alessandra Campana, Daniel Heartz, Caryl Clark, Andrew Porter, Thomas Bauman
p 585: Susanna's hat (headgear and hairstyle in Mozart's `le nozze di Figaro'). author: Daniel Heartz
p 591: Introduction (to analysis and the performer of Mozart). author: James Webster
p 593: Subjectivity and objectivity in Mozart performance. author: William Kinderman
p 601: Mozart's first thoughts: the two versions of the sonatas in D major, K284. author: László Somfai
p 610: Mozart's first thoughts: the two versions of the sonatas in D major, K284, discussions. authors: William Kinderman, László Somfai
p 615: Topical content in Mozart's keyboard sonatas. author: Leonard Ratner
p 619: Topical content in Mozart's keyboard sonatas, discussions. authors: William Kinderman, Leonard Ratner, Robert Levin
p 620: 20th century analysis and Mozart performance. author: Carl Schachter
p 625: 20th century analysis and Mozart performance, discussions. authors: Carl Schachter, Leo Ratner
p 629: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 635: Julie Anne Sadie, ed.: Companion to baroque music. [Book Review] reviewer: Burrows
p 636: Rob van Acht, Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel: Dutch recorders of the 18th century in the collection of The Hague Gemeente Museum. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 643: Paul Everett: The Manchester concerto Partbooks. [Book Review] reviewer: Cooper
p 687: Christopher Monk (1921-1992). [Obituary] author: J.M. Thomson

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EMM Feb 1992 # 20.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 5: Introduction; Mozart's instruments. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 7: Mozart and the violin. author: Peter Walls
p 26: Mozart and the violin, discussions. authors: Frederick Neumann, Peter Walls, Neal Zaslaw
p 31: Mozart and the flute. author: Jane Bowers
p 39: Mozart and the flute, discussions. authors: Bruce Haynes, Jane Bowers, Neal Zaslaw, Don Smithers
p 43: Mozart and the oboe. author: Bruce Haynes
p 59: Mozart and the oboe, discussions. authors: Don Smithers, Bruce Haynes, Jane Bowers, Robert Levin, Daniel Heartz, Marius Flothuis
p 64: Mozart's Viennese orchestras. author: Dexter Edge
p 89: Mozart's Salzburg orchestras. author: Cliff Eisen
p 105: How original was Mozart? Evidence from the `opera buffa'. author: John Platoff
p 119: Mozart's sketches. author: Ulrich Konrad
p 133: Mozart on the modern stage. author: Andrew Porter
p 138: Mozart on the modern stage, discussions. authors: Will Crutchfield, Andrew Porter, James Webster, Elisabeth Söderström, Robert Levin
p 139: A life of Mozart singing. author: Elisabeth Söderström
p 141: Mozart's tempo indications. author: Jean-Pierre Marty
p 142: Dance rhythms in Mozart's arias. authors: Wye Allanbrook, Wendy Hilton
p 151: Christopher Page: The owl and the nightingale: musical life and ideas in France, 1100-1300. [Book Review] reviewer: Preece
p 152: Adalbert Roth: Studien zum frühen Repertoire der Päpstlichen Kapelle unter dem Pontifikat Sixtus' IV (1471-1484). [Book Review] reviewer: Wegman
p 153: Giuseppina la Face Bianconi: Gli strambotti del codice estense. [Book Review] reviewer: Rifkin
p 154: James Erb: Orlando di Lasso: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 157: Michael Talbot: Tomaso Albinoni: the Venetian composer and his world. [Book Review] reviewer: Cross
p 159: Diack Johnstone, Roger Fiske: Music in Britain: the 18th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Barlett

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EMM May 1992 # 20.2

p 195: Editorial. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 197: Mozart's orchestras; applying historical knowledge to modern performances. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 205: Mozart's orchestras; applying historical knowledge to modern performances, discussions. authors: Richard Taruskin, Neal Zaslaw
p 207: Mozart's keyboard instruments. author: Richard Maunder
p 221: Improvised embellishments in Mozart's keyboard music. author: Robert Levin
p 237: Execution and expression in the (Mozart) sonata in E flat, K282. author: Malcolm Bilson
p 245: An interpreter's approach to Mozart. author: Jacob Lateiner
p 253: An interpreter's approach to Mozart, discussion. authors: Marius Flothuis, Elisabeth Söderström, Jacob Lateiner, Nicholas Kenyon, Neal Zaslaw, Carl Schachter
p 255: Mozart's orchestral brass. author: Don Smithers
p 267: Mozart's orchestral music on record. author: Jane Glover
p 272: Mozart's orchestral music on record, discussions. authors: Neal Zaslaw, David Josephson, Baird Hastings, Jean-Pierre Marty, Marius Flothuis, Frederick Neumann, Malcolm Bilson, Robert Levin
p 275: 100 years of Mozart recordings. author: David Hamilton
p 279: The Requiem: mirror of Mozart performance history. author: Bin Ebisawa
p 297: Mozart as early music: a romantic antidote, discussions. authors: Malcolm Bilson, Laurence Dreyfus, Neal Zaslaw, Robert Levin
p 297: Mozart as early music: a romantic antidote. author: Laurence Dreyfus
p 311: Tradition and authority. author: Richard Taruskin
p 327: Ellen Rosand: opera in 17th century Venice: the creation of a genre. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot
p 329: John Caldwell: The Oxford history of English music; vol I, from the beginnings to c.1715. [Book Review] reviewer: Rastall
p 331: Silke Leopold: Monteverdi: music in transition. [Book Review] reviewer: Haar
p 335: Nanie Bridgman: Manuscrits de musique polyphonic, 15e et 16e siècles: Italie. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 336: Wolfgang Schmieder: Thematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis der musikalischen Werke von J.S. Bach: Bach Werke Verzeichnis (BWV); 2 Ausgabe. [Book Review] reviewer: Rifkin
p 367: Beyond temperament. [Correspondence] author: Albert Rice

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EMM Aug 1992 # 20.3

p 371: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 373: Unscarred by turning time? The dating of Purcell's `Dido and Aeneas'. authors: Bruce Wood, Andrew Pinnock
p 393: The earliest notice of Purcell's `Dido and Aeneas'. author: Mark Goldie
p 403: Musicians in 18th century Venice. [Iconography] author: Denis Stevens
p 409: New documents on the Bassano family. author: Giulio Ongaro
p 417: The bassanelli reconstructed; a radical solution to an enigma. author: Charles Forster
p 427: An 18th century singer's commission of `baggage' arias. author: Daniel Freeman
p 434: `Tenorlied, discantlied', polyphonic lied: voices and instruments in German secular polyphony of the renaissance. author: Stephen Keyl
p 447: Performing matters: Going beyond the limits: experiments with vocalization in the French chanson, 1340-1440. author: Christopher Page
p 461: The Faenza Codex: music for organ or lute duet. [Observations] author: Roland Eberlein
p 466: Once again, the Faenza Codex, a reply to Roland Eberlein. [Observations] author: Timothy McGee
p 471: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 475: Andrew Ashbee: Records of English court music, i-v. [Book Review] reviewer: Holman
p 477: John Harper: The forms and orders of Western liturgy from 10th to 18th century: a historical introduction and guide for students and musicians. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 480: Christopher Page: The Summa Musice: a 13th century manual for singers. [Book Review] reviewer: Chadd
p 481: Bonnie Blackburn, Edward Lowinsky, Clement Miller, ed.: A correspondance of renaissance musicians. [Book Review] reviewer: Wegman
p 483: Rudolf Rasch: De Cantiones Natalitiae en het kerkelijke muziekleven in de zuidelijke Nederlanden gedurende de 17de eeuw. [Book Review] reviewer: Forney
p 485: Ruth van Baak Griffioen: Jacob van Eyck's Der Fluyten Lusthof (1645-c1655). [Book Review] reviewer: Barlow
p 525: Dowland's lachrymal airs. [Correspondence] author: David Pinto
p 525: The viol in the 19th century, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Rutledge
p 525: The viol in the 19th century. [Correspondence] author: John Catch
p 526: Sammartini cantatas. [Correspondence] author: Bathia Churgin
p 527: Beethoven's Broadwood. [Correspondence] author: Kenneth Mobbs
p 527: Beethoven's Broadwood. [Correspondence] author: Michael Latcham

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EMM Nov 1992 # 20.4

p 532: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 533: Minstrels in Spanish churches, 1400-1600. author: Kenneth Kreitner
p 549: The organ in 14th century Spain. author: Kimberley Marshall
p 561: The `a cappella' heresy in Spain: an inquisition into the performance of the `cancionero' repertory. author: Tess Knighton
p 583: Some precursors of the Spanish lute school. author: Mariacarmen Gómez
p 595: The earliest vihuela tablature: a recent discovery. author: Antonio Corona-Alcalde
p 601: The `Spanish Nation' in the papal chapel, 1492-1521. author: Richard Sherr
p 611: `Clavicordios' and clavichords in 16th century Spain. author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 633: A new look at humanism in 16th century lute and vihuela books. author: Jack Sage
p 643: A remarkable guitar by Lorenzo Alonso. [Instruments] author: Laurence Libin
p 649: Performing matters: Performing early Spanish music. author: Jordi Savall
p 655: Recordings of Iberian music - a survey. author: Owen Rees
p 659: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 663: Peter Lefferts, ed.: Robertus de Handlo `Regula' and Johannes Hanboys `Summa'. [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 666: Anne Walters Robertson: The service books of the Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis: images of ritual and music in the middle ages. [Book Review] reviewer: Farmer
p 669: Ekkehard Schulze-Kurz: Die Laute und ihre Stimmungen in der erste Hälfe des 17. Jahrhunderts. [Book Review] reviewer: Crawford
p 698: Macario Santiago Kastner (1908-1992). [Obituary] author: Ivan Moody
p 701: 18-th century woodwind intonation. [Correspondence] author: Ardal Powell
p 701: Cristofori's instruments. [Correspondence] author: Denzil Wraight
p 703: Musicians in 18th century Venice. [Correspondence] author: Denis Stevens
p 703: The dating of Dido. [Correspondence] author: John Buttrey

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EMM Feb 1993 # 21.1

p 2: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 5: The Tuscan piano in the 1780s; some builders, composers and performers. author: John Rice
p 29: The check in some early pianos and the development of piano technique around the turn of the 18th century. author: Michael Latcham
p 45: `The Fairy Queen': a fresh look at issues. authors: Bruce Wood, Andrew Pinnock
p 65: `To soften the sound of the hoboy'; the muted in the 18th and early 19th centuries. author: Janet Page
p 83: Boyvin, Grigny, D'Anglebert, and Bach's assimilation of French classical organ music. author: George Stauffer
p 99: A Handel harpsichord. author: Michael Cole
p 111: Tim Carter: Music in the late renaissance and early baroque Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Talbot
p 112: Blake Wilson: Music and merchants: the laudesi companies of republican Florence. [Book Review] reviewer: Sole
p 114: Alan Brown, Richard Turbet, ed.: Byrd studies. [Book Review] reviewer: Bowers
p 115: Gregory Butler: Bach's Clavier-Übung III: the making of a print. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 115: Russell Stinson: The Bach manuscripts of Johann Peter Kellner and his circle: a case study in reception history. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 117: Curtis Price, Judith Milhous, Robert Hume: The impressario's ten commandments: continental recruitment for Italian opera in London, 1763-1764. [Book Review] reviewer: McVeigh
p 118: Malcolm Rose, David Law: A handbook of historical stringing practice for keyboard instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Segerman
p 171: Mozart's orchestral brass. [Correspondence] author: Peter Downey
p 172: More on the Faenza Codex. [Correspondence] author: Mark Lindley
p 173: Beethoven's piano: the restorer replies. [Correspondence] author: David Winston
p 173: Byrd's `Gradualia'. [Correspondence] author: Philip Brett
p 173: Byrd's `Gradualia'. [Correspondence] author: Richard Turbet

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EMM May 1993 # 21.2

p 178: Editorial. author: Graham Sadler
p 181: Staging a tragédie en musique; a 1748 promptbook of Campra's Tancrède. author: Antonia Banducci
p 191: `Sous les doits de Chambonniere'. author: David Fuller
p 203: Tunings and transpositions in the early 17th century French lute air - some implications. author: David Tunley
p 213: Music and the self-fulfilling prophecy in Molière's Le mariage forcé. author: John Powell
p 231: Making connections: thoughts on Lully's entr'actes. author: Lois Rosow
p 241: The Concert Spirituel in the Tuileries palace. author: Daniel Heartz
p 251: Rameau in the recording studio; a survey of recordings of French baroque opera. author: Nicholas Anderson
p 263: Performing matters: The elusive world of the French baroque. author: William Christie
p 269: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 273: Thomas Forest Kelly, ed.: Plainsong in the age of polyphony. [Book Review] reviewer: Wegman
p 274: John Ward: Music for Elisabethan lutes. [Book Review] reviewer: Spencer
p 277: Eric Chafe: Monteverdi's tonal language. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 333: The western liturgy. [Correspondence] author: John Harper
p 334: Spanish minstrels. [Correspondence] author: Richard Cheetham
p 335: Genser's flutes. [Correspondence] author: Dale Highbee
p 335: Handel's harpsichords. [Correspondence] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 335: The muted oboe. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 335: Tudor pitch. [Correspondence] author: John Milsom

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EMM Aug 1993 # 21.3

p 338: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 341: A `maître d'orchestre' ... conducts: new and old evidence on French practice. author: David Charlton
p 355: From score into sound: questions of scoring in Lully's ballets. author: Rebecca Harris-Warrick
p 365: `Doucement' and `légèrement': tempo in French baroque music. author: Lionel Sawkins
p 377: Jacques Hotteterre le Romain and his father, Martin; a re-examination based on recently found documents. author: Tula Giannini
p 397: A link between opera and cantata in France: tonal design in the music of André Campra. author: Greer Garden
p 415: Vincent d'Indy and the Rameau `oevres complètes'; a case of forgery. author: Graham Sadler
p 423: A new French harpsichord source of the mid 18th century with an Eckard connection. author: David Fuller
p 429: Dots and strokes in Mozart. author: Frederick Neumann
p 437: The minuets of Haydn and Mozart: goblins or elephants. author: William Malloch
p 446: Byrd on record: an anniversary survey. author: John Milsom
p 453: Performing matters: The English `a cappella' renaissance. author: Christopher Page
p 473: Robert Philip: Early recordings and musical style: changing tastes in instrumental performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Langham Smith
p 474: Anna Busse Berger: Mensuration and proportion signs: origin and evolution. [Book Review] reviewer: Bent
p 475: Peter Allsop: The Italian trio sonata: from its origins to Corelli. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 477: Jennifer Shennan, facs ed.: A work book by Kellom Tomlinson: commonplace book of an 18th century dancing master. [Book Review] reviewer: Thorp
p 479: Nigel St John Davison, Evan Kreider, Herman Keahey, ed.: Pierre de la Rue: Opera omnia II-III. [Book Review] reviewer: Milsom
p 482: G. Thibault, ed.: Chansonnier de Jean de Montchenu. [Book Review] reviewer: Slavin
p 486: George Houle, ed.: Johannes Ockeghem: Missa Cuiusvis toni. [Book Review] reviewer: Fitch
p 507: Howard Mayer Brown, 1930-1993. [Obituary] authors: David Fallows, Tim Crawford, J.M. Thomson
p 510: More on dating `Dido'. [Correspondence] author: Martin Adams
p 510: Mozart's originality. [Correspondence] author: David Charlton
p 511: Early pianos. [Correspondence] author: Michael Latcham
p 511: Mozart's originality, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Platoff
p 511: Nova Music. [Correspondence] author: Bruce Haynes

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EMM Nov 1993 # 21.4

p 514: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 517: `Possente spirto': on taming the power of music. author: Tim Carter
p 525: The Gonzagas visit Venice. author: John Whenham
p 547: St Mark's before Willaert. author: Iain Fenlon
p 565: Monterverdiana 1993. author: Denis Stevens
p 577: Performing matters: `Col nobilissimo esercitio della vivuola': Monteverdi's string writing. author: Peter Holman
p 593: Dots and strokes in late 18th and 19th century music. author: Clive Brown
p 613: Two case studies in performance practice and the details of notation; 1: J.S. Bach and 2/4 time. author: Peter Williams
p 625: Christopher Page: Discarding images: reflections on music and culture in medieval France. [Book Review] reviewer: Bent
p 634: Pieter Dirksen, ed.: The harpsichord and its repertoire: proceedings of the International Harpsichord Symposium Utrecht 1990. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 636: Kate Arnold-Poster, Hélène La Rue: Museums of music: a review of musical collections in the United Kingdom. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 637: Dieter Kirsch, Lenz Meierott: Berliner tabulaturen in Krakau. [Book Review] reviewer: Crawford
p 661: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 669: Mozart's originality, an erratum. [Correspondence]
p 670: Interpreting the `Roman de Fauvel'. [Correspondence] author: Hans Tischler
p 671: A Handel harpsichord. [Correspondence] author: Mimi Waitzman
p 671: False impressions. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman

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EMM Feb 1994 # 22.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Anthony Rooley
p 5: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 7: `La voce è grata assai, ma ...': Monteverdi on singing. author: Richard Wistreich
p 21: `There was not one lady who failed to shed a tear'; Arianna's lament and the construction of modern womanhood (Monteverdi). author: Suzanne Cusick
p 43: The office of the Holy Week at St Mark's, Venice, in the late 16th century, and the musical contributions of Giovanni Croce. author: John Bettley
p 63: Monteverdi's `Mass of Thanksgiving' revisited. author: Jeffrey Kurtzman
p 87: Performing matters: L'armonia sonora: continuo orchestration in Monteverdi's Orfeo. author: Stephen Stubbs
p 101: Performing matters: Two case studies in performance practice and the details of notation. author: Peter Williams
p 115: Monteverdi's Dido and Aeneas: questions of style and evidence. author: Curtis Price
p 127: A reply to Margaret Bent. author: Christopher Page
p 135: Peter Holman: Four and twenty fiddlers: the violin at the English court, 1540-1690 (New light on music at the Tudor and Stuart courts). [Book Review] reviewer: Doe
p 137: David Schulenberg: The keyboard music of J.S. Bach (a guide to Bach's clavier music). [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 139: Tess Knighton, David Fallows, ed.: Companion to medieval and Renaissance music (historical excavation versus personal imagination). [Book Review] reviewer: Woodley
p 167: manuscripts and printed music, 1991-1993. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 175: Early music in St Petersburg. [Reports] author: Tricia Holman
p 179: 21st annual conference on medieval and Renaissance music, 1993. [Reports] author: Kenneth Kreitner
p 180: Victoria conference at Avila (musical instruments in the 16th century). [Reports] author: Michael Noone
p 181: Monteverdian encounters (Holland Early Music Festival 1993). [Reports] author: Tim Carter
p 185: Martinelli, not Monteverdi. [Correspondence] author: Denis Stevens
p 186: Hotteterre's flutes. [Correspondence] author: David Lasocki
p 186: Rameau's `Princesse de Navarre'. [Correspondence] author: Lionel Sawkins
p 187: Hotteterre's flutes, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Tula Giannini
p 188: Authentic percussion. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 189: Preserving historical instruments. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 191: Secular melodies in the Lumley partbooks. [Correspondence] author: David Humphreys

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EMM May 1994 # 22.2

p 197: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 199: Questions of performance practice in Philip III's chapel. author: Luis Robledo
p 221: A census of monk musicians at El Escorial during the reigns of Philip II and Philip III. author: Michael Noone
p 239: Alternatim practice in 17th century Spain. author: Bernadette Nelson
p 261: Newly identified holograph manuscripts from late Renaissance Portugal. author: Owen Rees
p 279: Victoria, Soto and the Spanish archconfraternity of the Resurrection in Rome. author: Noel O'Regan
p 297: Performing matters: Sir Richard Terry and 16th century polyphony. author: Timothy Day
p 309: Peñalosa on record. author: Kenneth Kreiner
p 321: Mark Everist, ed.: Models of musical analysis before 1600 (analysing early music). [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 322: F.W. Sternfeld: The birth of opera (aspects of early opera). [Book Review] reviewer: Haar
p 325: Susan Rankin, David Hiley, ed.: Music in the medieval English liturgy: plainsong and mediaeval music society centennial essays (liturgical music in medieval England). [Book Review] reviewer: Haggh
p 361: Music in Spain during the 18th century (conference). [Reports] author: Álvaro Torrente
p 363: David Jacques Way, harpsichord maker, 1918-1994. [Obituary] author: Scott-Martin Kosofsky
p 364: Peter Whale. harpsichord maker, -1994. [Obituary] author: Nicholas Martin
p 365: Singin' in the rain: yet more on dating `Dido'. [Correspondence] author: Bruce Wood
p 367: Obrecht and chant traditions. [Correspondence] author: Jennifer Bloxam

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EMM Aug 1994 # 22.3

p 372: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 373: Editing early music: the dilemma of translation. author: Margaret Bent
p 393: `At the mynde of Nycholas Ludford': new light on Ludford from the churchwardens' accounts of St Margaret's, Westminster. author: David Skinner
p 417: More about the measures. author: Robert Mullally
p 441: The world of the early sackbut player: flat or round. author: Keith McGowan
p 469: The dating of Purcell's `Dido and Aeneas'? A reply to Bruce Wood and Andrew Pinnock. author: Andrew Walkling
p 483: Performing matters: Sonority in the 18th century, `un poco più forte?' Willem Kroesbergen, Jed Wentz.
p 497: William Waterhouse: The new Langwill index: a dictionary of musical wind-instrument makers and inventors (Langwill redivivus). [Book Review] reviewer: Boydell
p 499: Mary Cyr: Performing baroque music (a baroque primer). author: Keith Elcombe
p 533: Magnano clavichord symposium (1993). [Reports] author: Derek Adlam
p 533: Purcell conference (1993). [Reports] author: Emma Dillon
p 537: Michael Morrow, 1929-1994. [Obituary] authors: J.M. Thomson, John Sothcott, David Fallows, Christopher Page
p 541: Preserving historical Instruments. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson.
p 541: Preserving historical Instruments. author: R.L. Barclay
p 542: Preserving historical Instruments, a reply. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 542: Preserving historical Instruments. author: Dale Carr

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EMM Nov 1994 # 22.4

p 549: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 551: Palestrina, a musician and composer in the market place. author: Noel O'Regan
p 575: Reconsidering Palestrina. author: Peter Phillips
p 587: On a continuo organ part attributed to Palestrina. author: Patrizio Barbieri
p 607: Competence and incompetence in the papal choir in the age of Palestrina. author: Richard Sherr
p 631: `The praise of it endureth for ever': the posthumous publication of Palestrina's music. author: Jerome Roche
p 641: Tones, modes, clefs and pitch in Roman cyclic Magnificats of the 16th century. author: Jeffrey Kurtzman
p 667: Performing matters: The performance of Palestrina; some questions, but fewer answers. author: Graham Dixon
p 677: Richard Strohm: The rise of European music (towards Europe: the achievement of the 15th century). [Book Review] reviewer: Planchart
p 679: Margot Fassler: Gothic song: Victorine sequences and Augustinian reform in 12th century Paris (the medieval sequence: a foretaste of heavenly song). [Book Review] reviewer: Page
p 683: Jane Baldauf Berdes: Woman musicians of Venice: musical foundations, 1525-1855 (the Venetian `ospedali'). [Book Review] reviewer: Macy
p 685: Ian Spink, ed.: The Blackwell history of music in Britain, iii: the 17th century (from Jacobean to Restoration). [Book Review] reviewer: Morehen
p 688: Ingebjørg Magnus, Birgit Kjellström: Musical motifs in Swedish church art: the region of Uppland up to 1625 (Iconography). [Book Review] reviewer: Knighton
p 709: Conference on hearing the motet (1994, USA). [Reports] author: Michael Noone
p 710: Galpin Society symposium. [Reports] author: Keith McGowan
p 711: The British Clavichord Society (1994, Oxford, UK). [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 713: Jerome Roche, 1942-1994. [Obituary] author: David Fallows
p 715: How to make medieval music our own: a response to Christopher Page and Margaret Bent. [Correspondence] author: Richard Strohm

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EMM Feb 1995 # 23.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 9: Bach and the flute: the players, the Instruments, the music. authors: Ardal Powell, David Lasocki
p 31: Quantz and the sonata in Eb major for flute and cembalo, BWV1031. author: Jeanne Swack
p 55: Quantz's `unegal': implications for the performance of 18th century music. author: Claire Fontijn
p 65: C.P.E. Bach and Friedrich Ludwig Dülon; composition and improvisation in late 18th century Germany. author: Leta Miller
p 83: Jacob Denner and the development of the flute in Germany. authors: Martin Kirnbauer, Peter Thalheimer
p 103: A `flûte allemande' in C and D by Jacob Denner of Nuremberg. [Instruments] author: Friedrich von Huene
p 115: The case of the flutes in Holbein's `the Ambassadors'. [Iconography] author: Mary Rasmussen
p 125: Performing matters: Sight-readings: notes on `a cappella' performance practice. author: Donald Greig
p 151: Ludwig Finscher, ed.: Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Sachteil 1: A-Bog (a new edition of MGG). [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 152: Phillip Young: 4900 historical woodwind Instruments (a woodwind compendium). [Book Review] reviewer: Boydell
p 175: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 183: Baroque investigations (6th biennial conference, Edinburgh, July 1994). [Reports] author: Irene Alm
p 184: In pursuit of a dun-coloured horse (colloque internationale: the `roman de Fauvel'). [Reports] author: Bonnie Blackburn
p 188: Not known at this address: more on the dating of `Dido'. [Correspondence] authors: Bruce Wood, Andrew Pinnock
p 190: Corrigenda to EM November 1994.

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EMM May 1995 # 23.2

p 197: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 199: New light on Robert Cambert in London, and his `Ballet et Musique'. author: John Buttrey
p 223: Music and musicians of early Tudor Westminster. author: Fiona Kisby
p 243: Domenico Scarlatti and the Florentine piano. author: David Sutherland
p 259: The earliest paintings of the clarinet. [Iconography] author: Erich Hoeprich
p 269: `Galimaufry' at Covent Garden; Purcell's `the Fairy Queen' in 1946. author: Michael Burden
p 287: Mozart's pedal piano. [Instruments] authors: Richard Maunder, David Rowland
p 299: Performing matters: Sense and sensibility in late medieval music; thoughts on aesthetics and `authenticity'. author: Rob Wegman
p 315: John Butt: Music education and the art of performance in the German Baroque (what Bach's choirboys knew). [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 316: David Crook: Orlando di Lasso's imitation Magnificats for Counter-Reformation Munich (Lassus Magnificat settings). [Book Review] reviewer: Fitch
p 349: A memorable Mozart weekend (October 1994). [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 349: San Marco conference (September 1994). [Reports] author: John Bettley
p 351: Quatercentenary conferences in Duisburg (Palestrina, October 1994. [Reports] author: Noel O'Regan
p 355: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 361: Dots and strokes - a controversy. [Correspondence] author: Frederick Neumann
p 362: Dots and strokes - a controversy. [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder
p 363: Dots and strokes - a controversy. [Correspondence] author: David Montgomery
p 364: Proportion in Monteverdi, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeffrey Kurtzmann
p 364: Proportion in Monteverdi. [Correspondence] author: Roger Bowers
p 365: J.S. Bach and left hand - right hand distribution. [Correspondence] author: Douglas Hollick
p 366: J.S. Bach and left hand - right hand distribution, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Williams
p 366: Ludford, Sheppard, Fayrfax, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Skinner
p 366: Ludford, Sheppard, Fayrfax. [Correspondence] author: Richard Turbet

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EMM Aug 1995 # 23.3

p 373: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 375: Music and ceremony during Charles V's 1519 visit to Barcelona. author: Emilio Ros-Fábregas
p 393: Instrumental music in Lerma, c.1608. author: Douglas Kirk
p 411: Roman polyphony at Tarazona. author: Owen Rees
p 421: Perfecting the perfect instrument; Fra Juan Bermudo on the the tuning and temperament of the `vihuela de mano'. author: Wolfgang Freis
p 437: Esteban Daza: a gentleman musician in Renaissance Spain. author: John Griffiths
p 451: Portuguese `mannerism': a case for an aesthetic inquisition. author: Ivan Moody
p 461: Playing in consonances; a Spanish Renaissance technique of chordal improvisation. author: Miguel Roig-Francolí
p 473: Performing matters: Spanish liturgical hymns: a matter of time. author: Bruno Turner
p 485: Peñalosa's hymn `O lux beata Trinitas' - a contrafactum. [Observations] author: Bruno Turner
p 487: Newly discovered manuscript parts and annotations in a copy of Giovanni Gabrieli's `Symphoniae sacrae' (1615). author: Richard Charteris
p 499: Luis Hernández, ed.: Música y culto divino en el real monasterio de El Escorial (1563-1837). [Book Review] reviewer: Noone
p 501: Paulino Capdepón: El P. Antonio Soler y el cultivo del villancico en El Escorial (1729-1783). [Book Review] reviewer: Torrente
p 502: Christoph Wolff: Mozart's Requiem: historical and analytical studies, documents, score. [Book Review] reviewer: Jones
p 527: Boston Early Music Festival and Exhibition 1995. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 530: Valladolid conference on music and literature (1995). [Reports] author: Alvaro Torrente
p 533: Early music on the Internet. author: Donald Greig
p 535: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 538: Thomas Binkley, 1931-1995. [Obituary] authors: David Fallows, Benjamin Bagby, Barbara Thornton, Wendy Gillespie
p 541: The `a cappella' debate: the denial of the text. [Correspondence] author: Brian Gorman
p 542: New light on Nicholas Ludford. [Correspondence] author: David Skinner

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EMM Nov 1995 # 23.4

p 533: `A flowing harmony': music on the Thames in Restoration London. author: Julia Wood
p 549: Editorial. author: Michael Burden
p 550: Purcell's organ at Westminster Abbey: a note on the cover illustration. author: Dominic Gwynn
p 585: `For the lustre of the Subject': music for the Lord Mayor's Day in the Restoration. author: Michael Burden
p 605: Manuscript music in Purcell's London. author: Robert Thompson
p 621: From Barnard to Purcell: the copying activities of Stephen Bing. authors: Sara Boyer, Jonathan Wainwright
p 651: `Fairest Isle(tm' - land of the scholar-kings. author: Andrew Pinnock
p 667: Performing matters: Continuo lutes in the 17th and 18th century England. author: Lynda Sayce
p 685: Purcell's sacred music on record - I. author: Eric Van Tassel
p 695: Martin Adams: Henry Purcell: the origins and development of his musical style. [Book Review] reviewer: Thompson
p 695: Peter Holman: Henry Purcell. [Book Review] reviewer: Thompson
p 695: Robert King: Henry Purcell: `a greater musical genius England never had'. [Book Review] reviewer: Thompson
p 697: Rob Wegman: Born for the Muses: the life and Masses of Jacob Obrecht. [Book Review] reviewer: Urquhart
p 699: David Buch: Dance music from the `ballets de cour' 1575-1651. [Book Review] reviewer: Coeyman
p 699: Meredith Little, Carol Marsh: La danse noble. [Book Review] reviewer: Coeyman
p 699: Rebecca Harris-Warrick, Carol Marsh: Musical theatre at the court of Louis XIV: le mariage de la Grosse. [Book Review] reviewer: Coeyman
p 721: Authenticity in interpretation (Symposium, Jerusalem 1995). [Reports] author: Shai Burstyn
p 723: The `ffantazia manner' (the fantasia in England, Viola da Gamba Society meeting 1995). [Reports] author: Lucy Robinson
p 725: Festivals at Bari and Mantua (1995). [Reports] author: Dinko Fabris
p 727: Margot Leigh Milner (1911-1995). [Obituary] authors: J.M. Thomson, Poppy Holden, Nicholas Kenyon
p 731: Vanitas: on preserving and restoring old Instruments. [Correspondence] author: Michael Latcham
p 734: Instrumental Iconography, a reply. author: Eric Hoeprich
p 734: Instrumental Iconography. author: Martin Kirnbauer
p 734: Instrumental Iconography. author: Peter Downey

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EMM Feb 1996 # 24.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 7: `Music & Poetry, mixed': Thomas Jordan's manuscript collection. author: Lynn Hulse
p 27: Masque and politics at the Restoration court: John Crowne's Calisto. author: Andrew Walkling
p 65: Musical images in a portrait of Teresa Blunt. authors: Curtis Price, William Rasmussen
p 79: Purcell's sacred music on record - II. author: Eric Van Tassel
p 95: Ornaments for Corelli's violin sonatas, op.5. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 119: 18th century variations for Corelli's sonatas, op.5. author: Robert Seletsky
p 133: Performing Corelli's sonatas, op.5. author: Peter Walls
p 145: Performing matters: The performance of Palestrina: some further observations. author: Noel O'Regan
p 157: Bianca Antolini, et al.: La musica a Roma attraverso le fonti d'archivio (an archival study of music in Rome). [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 157: Lino Bianchi, Giancarlo Rostirolla: Iconografia Palestrina (a Palestrina Iconography). [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 159: J.S. Bach, Pamela Poulin, tr.: Precepts and principles for playing the thorough-bass or accompanying in four parts (Bach as harmony teacher). [Book Review] reviewer: Boyd
p 160: Johann Friedrich Agricola, Julianne Baird, tr.: Introduction to the art of singing, (18th century singing treatise). [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 160: Pier Francesco Tosi, Johann Friedrich Agricola: Anleitung zur Singkunst, facs. (18th century singing treatise). [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 162: Katalin Komlós: Fortepianos and their music: Germany, Austria and England, 1760-1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Rowland
p 181: Purcell and Elgar. [Reports] author: Michael Burden
p 182: Holland Festival of Early Music, 1995. [Reports] author: Tim Carter
p 184: Binchois `tout seul'. [Reports] author: Bonnie Blackburn
p 187: Isolde Ahlgrimm, 1914-1995. [Obituary] author: Peter Watchorn
p 189: C.P.E. Bach lost or Quantz found, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeanne Swack
p 189: C.P.E. Bach lost or Quantz found. [Correspondence] author: Ralph Leavis
p 189: Scarlatti and the fortepiano in Spain, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Sutherland
p 189: Scarlatti and the fortepiano in Spain. [Correspondence] author: Malcolm Boyd
p 190: Handel Institute Awards 1996/97. [Correspondence]
p 190: Historical Instruments in recording. [Correspondence]
p 190: Villa I Tatti. [Correspondence]

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EMM May 1996 # 24.2

p 197: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 199: The early use of the sign ø. author: Margaret Bent
p 227: A re-examination of the evidence on absolute tempo before 1700 - I. author: Ephraim Segerman
p 251: `Behold our affliction': celebration and supplication in the Gonzaga household. author: Graham Dixon
p 263: On sounding the trumpet and beating the drum in 17th century England. author: Peter Downey
p 279: The origin of `Adeste fideles'. author: Bennett Zon
p 291: Performing matters: Phrasing in contention. author: Anthony Pay
p 323: Performing matters: Acting up a text: the scholarship of performance and the performance of scholarship. author: John Butt
p 323: Richard Taruskin: Text and act: essays on music and performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 335: Jean-Michel Vaccaro, ed.: Le concert des voix et des Instruments à la Renaissance (XXXIVe Colloque International d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, 1991). [Book Review] reviewer: Blackburn
p 337: John Thomson, ed.: The Cambridge companion to the recorder. [Book Review] reviewer: Ehrlich
p 338: Fenner Douglass: The language of the classical French organ: a musical tradition before 1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 340: Stewart Pollens: The early pianoforte. [Book Review] reviewer: Sutherland
p 363: Loud and soft in the Baroque, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Willem Kroesbergen
p 363: Loud and soft in the Baroque. [Correspondence] author: Marc Champollion
p 366: Purcell and pitch, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Eric Van Tassel
p 366: Purcell and pitch. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman

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EMM Aug 1996 # 24.3

p 373: Editorial. author: Richard Widdess
p 375: Source and stream: early music and living traditions in China. author: Stephen Jones
p 391: The oral in writing: early Indian musical notations. author: Richard Widdess
p 407: Music and aesthetics: an early Indian perspective. author: Jonathan Katz
p 423: Arab-Andalusian music in Tunesia. author: Ruth Davis
p 439: Music in a Ugandan court. author: Peter Cooke
p 455: Middle Eastern song-text collections. author: Owen Wright
p 471: Performing matters: The llama's flute: musical misunderstandings in the Andes. author: Henry Stobart
p 485: O tempora! O mores!; a new recording of Obrecht's `Missa Maria zart'. author: Fabrice Fitch
p 497: Frederick Hammond: Music and spectacle in baroque Rome; Barberini patronage under Urban VIII. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 498: Rossana Dalmonte, ed.: Trent, its place in musical history. [Book Review] reviewer: Fenlon
p 500: Manuel de Brito, Luísa Cymbron: História da música porteguesa (the history of music in Portugal). [Book Review] reviewer: Rees
p 503: Daniel Melamed: Bach studies 2. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 503: Michael Marissen: The social and religious designs of J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concertos. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 503: Russell Stinson, ed.: Bach perspectives, vol. 1. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 525: American Musical Instrument Society jubilee meeting. [Reports] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 526: The Galpin Society visits Germany. [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 527: The Schubert Institute at Finchcocks. [Reports]
p 529: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 535: Thomas Walker, 1936-1995. [Obituary] author: Margaret Bent
p 537: Historic organs, to preserve or conserve? a reply. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 537: Historic organs, to preserve or conserve. [Correspondence] author: Martin Renshaw
p 538: On sounding the trumpet and grinding the axe. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman
p 540: On sounding the trumpet and grinding the axe, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Downey
p 540: The theorbo in England. [Correspondence] author: Robert Spencer
p 542: A forgotten Robert White recording. [Correspondence] author: Jason Smart

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EMM Nov 1996 # 24.4

p 548: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 551: Bach's chorus: a `brief yet highly necessary' reappraisal. author: Andrew Parrott
p 583: From Weimar to Leipzig: concertists and ripienists in Bach's `Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis'. author: Joshua Rifkin
p 604: Performing matters: Recording Bach's early cantatas. author: Ton Koopman
p 623: Yet more ornaments for Corelli's violin sonatas, op.5. author: H. Diack Johnstone
p 635: Corelli's op.5: text, act ... and reaction. author: John Holloway
p 645: Corelli's op.5 sonatas: `violino e violone o cimbalo'. author: David Watkin
p 665: `Unerringly tasteful'?: harpsichord continuo in Corelli's op.5 sonatas. author: Lars Ulrik Mortensen
p 681: A re-examination of the evidence on absolute tempo before 1700 - II. author: Ephraim Segerman
p 691: Andrew Asbee: Records of English court music. [Book Review] reviewer: Skinner
p 691: John Morehen, ed.: English choral practice, 1400-1650. [Book Review] reviewer: Skinner
p 693: Peter Walls: Music in the English courtly masque, 1604-1640. Burden. [Book Review]
p 694: Michael Burden, ed.: Performing the music of Henry Purcell. [Book Review] reviewer: Thompson
p 696: Iain Fenlon: Music, print and culture in early 16th century Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Carter
p 723: Musicology in practice; 23rd Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music, University of Southampton, 5-9 July 1996. [Reports] author: Jonathan Kink
p 725: Baroque music conference; 7th Biennial Conference on Baroque Musique, University of Birmingham, 4-7 July 1996. [Reports] author: Peter Allsop
p 727: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 731: There's many a slip ..; on lip technique on English trumpets, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Peter Downey
p 731: There's many a slip ..; on lip technique on English trumpets. [Correspondence] authors: Bruce Wood, Andrew Pinnock

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EMM Feb 1997 # 25.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 7: An English motet of the 14th century in performance: two contemporary images. author: Christopher Page
p 22: The texts and music of `Zelo tui langueo/Reor nescia'.
p 35: Bach's French overtures and the politics of overdotting. author: Matthew Dirst
p 47: A French overture revisited; another look at the two versions of Bach's BWV 831. author: Ido Abravaya
p 63: Reconstructing the Mannheim court theatre. author: Paul Corneilson
p 83: A manuscript source for Magnificats by Victoria. author: Lucy Wojcicka-Hruza
p 101: Performing matters: Modern Schubert interpretation in the light of the pedagogical sources of his day. author: David Montgomery
p 121: New publications in Dutch on music before 1700 and a newly discovered 15th century Dutch manuscript with songs. author: Barbara Haggh
p 131: Stephen Bicknell: The history of the English organ. [Book Review] reviewer: Harper
p 133: Timothy McGee: Singing early music: the pronounciation of European languages in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Alison Wray
p 137: Lawrence Earp: Guillaume de Machaut: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Leech-Wilkinson
p 159: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 167: The early fortepiano, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Rowland
p 167: The early fortepiano. [Correspondence] author: Katalin Komlós
p 168: Obrecht's `Maria Zart': scholarly opinion versus subjective interpretation, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Fabrice Fitch
p 168: Obrecht's `Maria Zart': scholarly opinion versus subjective interpretation. [Correspondence] author: Peter Phillips
p 172: A viol error, certainly. [Correspondence] author: John Bryan
p 172: Performing Corelli's op.5. [Correspondence] author: Peter Walls

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EMM May 1997 # 25.2

p 180: Editorial. author: Andrew Wathey
p 185: Groomed for service: musicians in the Privy Chamber at the English court, c.1495-1558. author: Andrew Ashbee
p 199: Royal minstrels in the city and suburbs of early Tudor London: professional activities and private interests. author: Fiona Kisby
p 221: Music at the parish church of St Mary at Hill, London. author: Richard Lloyd
p 229: The early Tudor court, the provinces and the Eton Choirbook. author: Magnus Williamson
p 245: Discovering the provenance and history of the Caius and Lambeth choirbooks. author: David Skinner
p 269: Performing matters: Spatial effects in English instrumental consort music, c.1560-1605. author: Richard Rastall
p 291: The recording history of the Eton Choirbook: a preliminary investigation. author: Magnus Williamson
p 297: Bach's chorus: who cares. [Observations] author: Andrew Parrott
p 303: Bassoons, violins and voices: a response to Ton Koopman. [Observations] author: Joshua Rifkin
p 309: Richard Sherr: Sistine Chapel music from around 1500. [Book Review] reviewer: Dean
p 311: David Lasocki, ed: The recorder in the 17th century: proceedings of the International Recorder Symposium, Utrecht 1993. [Book Review] reviewer: Ehrlich
p 311: Richard Griscom, David Lasocki: The recorder: a guide to writings about the instrument for players and researchers. [Book Review] reviewer: Ehrlich
p 333: Holland Festival of Early Music, Utrecht 1996. [Reports] author: Rainer Baumgärtner
p 334: Music and the Mediterranean. [Reports] author: Miguel Marín
p 335: Musical iconography in Spain. [Reports] author: Christina Bordas
p 336: Historical dance. [Reports] author: Anne Cottis
p 339: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 345: Anthony Baines, 1912-1997. [Obituary] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 346: Isobel Woods Preece, 1956-1997. [Obituary] author: Eric Cross
p 349: The realities of the music publishing world. [Correspondence] author: Anne Schnoebelen

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EMM Aug 1997 # 25.3

p 356: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 357: Monteverdi, two sonnets and a letter. author: Anthony Pryer
p 373: Another look at the `corrupt passage' in Mozart's G minor symphony, K550. author: Cliff Eisen
p 383: Mozart and the pianos of Gabriel Anton Walter. author: Michael Latcham
p 403: Urban musical culture in late medieval southern France; evidence from private notarial sources. author: Gretchen Peters
p 412: Two contributions to dulcian iconography; the dulcian and voices in Flanders. [Iconography] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 421: Two contributions to dulcian iconography; the Virgin of Montserrat. [Iconography] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 429: Quantz and the transverse flute; some aspects of his practice and thought regarding the instrument. author: Edward Reilly
p 441: New light on Quantz's advocacy of Telemann's music. author: Steven Zohn
p 463: Performing matters: Tempos and proportions in Brahms: period evidence. author: Bernard Sherman
p 479: Neal Zaslaw, ed.: Mozart's piano concertos: text, context, interpretation. [Book Review] reviewer: Jones
p 484: Harold Copeman: Singing the meaning: a layman's approach to religious music. [Book Review] reviewer: Rees
p 513: Pioneer harpsichordists on CD. author: Howard Schott
p 519: Piano concertos by Mozart and Beethoven. author: Joseph Kerman
p 523: Two conferences - Ockeghem and newly catalogued sources. [Reports] author: Barbara Haggh
p 529: manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 533: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 539: Michael Thomas (1922-1997). [Obituary] author: Charles Mould
p 541: One-to-a-part. [Correspondence]

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EMM Nov 1997 # 25.4

p 548: A love affair. author: Tess Knighton
p 549: Early Music, 100 issues. author: John Mansfield Thomson
p 553: The survivor speaks. author: Arthur Boyars
p 555: Time to talk back to treatises. author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 557: Early Music yesterday, today and tomorrow. author: Howard Schott
p 559: Early music: listening practice and living museums. author: Curtis Price
p 561: A sense of place. author: Julie Anne Sadie
p 563: Early music: observations and predictions. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 564: Two early music revolutions. author: David Fallows
p 567: `Authentic' listening. author: Margaret Bent
p 568: In vino veritas. author: Neal Zaslaw
p 569: A political dimension. author: Cezary Zych
p 571: A listener's odyssey. author: Clemens Goldberg
p 573: 25 years of early music in Italy. author: Dinko Fabris
p 577: Be in my video. author: Fabrice Fitch
p 591: Listening practice: Introduction. author: Christopher Page
p 593: For whom do the singers sing. author: Bonnie Blackburn
p 611: Listening to sacred polyphony c.1500. author: Jeffrey Dean
p 638: Listening to the trouvères. author: Christopher Page
p 661: Space s and contexts for listening in 15th century Castile: the case of the Constable's palace in Jaén. author: Tess Knighton
p 678: Did people listen in the 18th century. author: William Weber
p 692: In quest of the period ear (listening matters). author: Shai Burstyn
p 702: `Something utterly new': listening to Schubert lieder - 1: Vogl and the declamatory style. author: Eric van Tassel
p 705: The future of Schubert interpretation: what is really needed. [Observations] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 723: Performance prerogatives in Schubert. [Observations] author: Robert Levin
p 728: Page turns, players and ripeno parts: more questions of scoring in Bach's vocal music. [Observations] author: Joshua Rifkin

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EMM Feb 1998 # 26.1

p 4: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 6: Who wrote Lassus's most famous piece. author: Daniel Melamed
p 29: A singer's book in the British Library. author: Jeanice Brooks
p 51: Polyphonic keyboard accompaniment in the early Baroque: an alternative to basso continuo. author: Gregory Johnston
p 66: A Hoggarth puzzle. author: Ghislaine Kenyon
p 71: A Florentine harpsichord; revealing transitional technology. author: David Jensen
p 87: `Da camera e da ballo - alla francese et all'italiana'; functional and national distinctions in Corelli's `sonata da camera'. author: Peter Allsop
p 99: Bach's vocal scoring: what can it mean. author: John Butt
p 109: Bach's choir, an ongoing story. author: Ton Koopman
p 123: `A sweet shrill voice'; the countertenor and vocal scoring in Tudor England. [Performing Matters] author: Simon Ravens
p 137: Raymond Erickson, intr, Claude Palisca, ed: Musica enchiriadis and Scolica enchiriadis (Carolingian theory interpreted). [Book Review] reviewer: Caldwell
p 139: Nicola Vicentino: Ancient music adapted to modern practice; Maria Maniates, intr., Claude Palisca, tr. [Book Review] reviewer: Blackburn
p 141: François Reynaud: La polyphonie tolédane et son milieu des premiers témoignages aux environs de 1600. [Book Review] reviewer: Nelson
p 143: Pieter Dirksen: The keyboard music of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: its style, significance and influence. [Book Review] reviewer: Smith
p 145: Laurence Dreyfus: Bach and the patterns of invention (reinventing Bach criticism). [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 147: George Stauffer: Bach, the Mass in B minor. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 149: George Hill, Norris Stephens: Collected editions, historical series & sets & monuments of music: a bibliography. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 166: Paris - the new Musée de la Musique. [Reports] author: Eric Hoeprich
p 168: Music in medieval Slovenia. [Reports] author: Bojan Buji('c
p 169: Encontros de Música da Casa de Mateus. [Reports] author: Jeremy Summerly
p 171: Utrecht Early Music Festival 1997. [Reports] author: James Chater
p 173: Magnano Clavichord Symposium. [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 175: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 180: Some memories of Haslemere (Carl and Cécile Dolmetsch). [Obituary] author: Layton Ring
p 181: Robert Spencer, 1932-1997. [Obituary] author: Tim Crawford
p 181: Ruth Dyson - a personal tribute. [Obituary] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 183: Alan Kitching, 1906-1997. [Obituary] author: Donald Burrows
p 184: George Malcolm, 1917-1997. [Obituary] author: Richard Henwood
p 185: George Malcolm, 1917-1997. [Obituary] author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 188: A la recherche du temps perdu (on Bach's BWV 831); a reply. [Correspondence] author: Ido Abravaya
p 188: A la recherche du temps perdu (on Bach's BWV 831). [Correspondence] author: John Byrt
p 188: Preserving old pianos. [Correspondence] author: Sally Fortino
p 189: An English motet. [Correspondence] author: John Caldwell
p 190: The succession of the earls of Arundel. [Correspondence] author: David Skinner

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EMM May 1998 # 26.2

p 197: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 198: Dance in late 17th century London: Priestly muddles. author: Jennifer Thorp
p 213: `Actions, Manners, and Passions': entr'acte dancing on the London stage, 1700-1737. author: Moira Geoff
p 231: Dance in early Tudor England: an Italian connection. author: Jennifer Nevile
p 247: Torchbearers in the English masque. author: Anne Daye
p 264: Social dance in the 1668 `Feste de Versailles': architecture and performance context. author: Barbara Coeman
p 287: Dance notation systems in late 17th century France. author: Ken Pierce
p 301: The `passacaille' in Lully's Armide: phase structure in the choreography and the music. author: Judith Schwartz
p 323: Bad news, or not? Thoughts on Renaissance performance practice. author: Kenneth Kreitner
p 335: Louise Stein: Songs of mortals, dialogues of the gods; music and theatre in 17th century Spain. [Book Review] reviewer: Kreitner
p 337: John Irving: Mozart's piano sonatas; contexts, sources, style. [Book Review] reviewer: Simon Keefe
p 338: Bernard Harrison: Haydn's keyboard music; studies in performance practice. [Book Review] reviewer: David Rowland
p 339: Mary Morrow: German music criticism in the late 18th century; aesthetic issues in instrumental music. [Book Review] reviewer: Simon Keefe
p 341: Francine Lancelot: La belle dance; catalogue raisonné. [Book Review] reviewer: Simon Keefe
p 367: Boston Early Music Festival 1997. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 369: Baroque opera and dance in London. [Reports] author: Moira Geoff
p 373: Hugh Gough (1916-1997). [Obituary] author: John Koster
p 374: Minstrels in Tudor London. [Correspondence] author: Hugh Baillie
p 375: Listening to sacred polyphony. [Correspondence] author: Honey Meconi
p 379: On hexachords and the flights of time. [Correspondence] author: David Pinto
p 380: Bach's chorus: a never ending story. [Correspondence] author: Joshua Rifkin
p 381: Contradistinctions and contra-indications. [Correspondence] author: David Fallows
p 381: Contradistinctions and contra-indications. [Correspondence] author: Trevor Stelwood

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EMM Aug 1998 # 26.3

p 389: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 391: José Zaragosá's box: science and music in Charles II's Spain. authors: Cristina Bordas, Luis Robledo
p 415: The minuet: painter-musicians in triple time. author: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 433: `O socii durate'; a musical correspondance from the time of Philip II. author: Ignace Bossuyt
p 445: Music for the gods? A dispute concerning Francesco Lucio's `Gl'amori di Alessandro Magno, e di Rossane'. author: Beth Glixon
p 457: Purcell's revisions to the funeral sentences revisited. author: Robert Shay
p 469: A unique cantus firmus usage in a 15th century English mass movement (by the composer John Bennet). [Observations] author: Jean-Marc Evans
p 479: How to make a saint: on interpreting Hildegard of Bingen. [Performing Matters] author: Richard Witts
p 487: Ignace Bossuyt: Flemish polyphony. [Book Review] reviewer: Fabrice Fitch
p 488: James Grier: The critical editing of music; history, method, and practice. [Book Review] reviewer: Jonathan King
p 490: John Harper: Welsh music history. [Book Review] reviewer: Owen Rees
p 515: Music as heard (pre 1600 repertory). [Reports] author: Shai Burstyn
p 519: Manuscripts and printed music. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 524: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 531: Nino Pirotta (1908-1998). [Obituary] author: Nicoletta Guidobaldi
p 533: Exchanging Schubert for Schillings, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Robert Levin
p 533: Exchanging Schubert for Schillings. [Correspondence] author: David Montgomery
p 535: In vino veritas. [Correspondence] author: Robert Philip
p 537: Listening to sacred polyphony. [Correspondence] author: Jeffrey Dean
p 539: Listening to sacred polyphony, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Honey Meconi
p 539: The application of counter-intelligence. [Correspondence] author: Simon Ravens
p 540: Bach's chorus: stomach aches may disappear, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Joshua Rifkin
p 540: Bach's chorus: stomach aches may disappear. [Correspondence] author: Christoph Wolff

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EMM Nov 1998 # 26.4

p 549: Editorial. author: Michael Burden
p 551: Dramatic dualities; Metastasio and the tradition of the opera pair. author: Reinhard Strohm
p 562: Reforming Achillus: gender, opere seria and the rhetoric of the enlightened hero. author: Wendy Heller
p 583: Staging an opera: letters from the Cesarian poet. author: Roger Savage
p 596: Opera or oratorio?: Metastasio's sacred opere serie. author: Dom Neville
p 609: `Twittering and trilling': Swedish reaction to Metastasio. author: Michael Burden
p 623: Metastasio on the Spanish stage; operatic adaptations in the public theatres of Madrid in the 1730s. author: José-Máximo Leza
p 632: A dynastic marriage celebrated. [Iconography] author: Roger Savage
p 637: Bach's chorus: beyond reasonable doubt. [Performing Matters] author: Andrew Parrott
p 661: John Harley: William Byrd: gentleman of the Chapel Royal (life and works). [Book Review] reviewer: Julian Grimshaw
p 662: Janice Dockendorff: A new method for the one-keyed flute, baroque and classical. [Book Review] reviewer: Christine Garratt
p 666: Albert Dunning, ed: Interno a Locatelli: studi in occasione del tricentenario della nascita di Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764). [Book Review] reviewer: Barbara Sachs
p 669: Stanley Sade, ed: The new Grove dictionary of opera (early opera). [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Burden
p 699: Domenico Scarlatti Festival in Boston 1998. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 700: Bruges keyboard composition 1998. [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 702: John Barnes 1928-1998. [Obituary] author: Charles Mould

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EMM Feb 1999 # 27.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Iain Fenlon
p 7: Marchetto da Padova and Giotto's Scrovegni Chapel frescoes. author: Eleonora Beck
p 25: Giaces de Wert at Novellara. author: Iain Fenlon
p 42: The Beggar's Opera and opéra comique en veaudevilles. author: Daniel Heartz
p 55: A sweet bird of youth: Caffarelli in Pistoia. author: Jean Grundy Fanelli
p 65: Heidegger and the management of the Haymarket Opera, 1713-1717. authors: Judith Milhous, Robert Hume
p 87: Guadagni in the dock: a crisis in the career of a castrato. author: Patricia Howard
p 96: Music and the royal procession in Maria Theresia's Vienna. author: Janet Page
p 121: Fabrice Fitch: Johannes Ockeghem: masses and models. [Book Review] reviewer: Andrew Kirkman
p 125: Eugene Casjen Cramer: Tomás Luis de Victoria: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Owen Rees
p 126: Hans David, Arthur Mendel, Christoph Wolff, ed: The new Bach Reader: a life of Johann Sebastian Bach in letters and documents. [Book Review] reviewer: David Ledbetter
p 129: Valerie Walden: One hundred years of violoncello: a history of technique and performance practice, 1740-1840. [Book Review] reviewer: John Moran
p 155: The 1998 Berkeley Festival and Exhibition. [Reports] author: Bernard Sherman
p 156: Hildegard von Bingen conference. [Reports] author: Annette Kreutziger-Herr
p 158: The Centro di Musica Antica `Pietà dei Turchini', Naples. [Reports] author: Irene Calagna
p 161: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 169: Barbara Thornton, 1950-1998. [Obituary] author: Klaus Neumann
p 170: Jean-Michel Vaccaro, 1938-1998. [Obituary] author: Frank Dobbins
p 171: Jean Lionnet, 1935-1998. [Obituary] author: Graham Sadler
p 172: Bach's chorus: an amplification. [Correspondence] author: Christoph Wolff
p 172: Bach's chorus: a plea for mercy. [Correspondence] authors: Lionel Sawkins, Michael Burden, T Pamplin, Susan Wollenburg
p 173: Bach's chorus: an appreciation. [Correspondence] author: Gavin Kirkpatrick
p 174: Portrait of a man with a recorder (Giovanni Savoldo). [Correspondence] author: Anthony Rowland-Jones

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EMM May 1999 # 28.2

p 180: Editorial. author: Peter Holman
p 183: Iberian discoveries; six Spanish 17th century harpsichords (Fray Raymundo et Fray Antonio, Fray Pedro Luis de Bergaños, Ludovicus Muñoz, Fray Bartomeu Risueño, Domingo de Carvaleda, Roque Blasco). author: Andreas Beurmann
p 211: The prince and the piper; `Haut, bas' and the whole body in early modern Europe. author: Keith McGowan
p 235: A bridge to the past; investigating an old viol bridge at Haddon Hall. author: Michael Fleming
p 244: Appendix: what contribution does the wood make to the performance of the bridge. author: Michael Fleming
p 249: Timpani parts in German baroque music; the `Schlagmanieren' revisited. author: John Cooper
p 269: The reconstruction of an 18th century `basso' group. author: Laurie Ongley
p 283: Piano music and keyboard compass in the 1790s. author: David Rowland
p 295: Performing the instrumental music in the Segovia Codex. [Performing Matters] author: Jon Banks
p 311: Stephen Bing's copies of Coprario fantasia suites. [Observations] author: Christopher Field
p 319: Bernard Sherman: Inside early music; conversations with performers (playing and thinking). [Book Review] reviewer: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 323: Victor Anand Coelho, ed.: Performance on lute, guitar, and vihuela; historical practice and modern interpretation (performing on plucked strings). [Book Review] reviewer: Tim Crawford
p 349: Counter arguments to `The application of counter-intelligence' by Simon Ravens. [Correspondence] author: Trevor Selwood
p 350: Bach's chorus; not again. [Correspondence] author: Joshua Rifkin

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EMM Aug 1999 # 29.3

p 356: Editorial. author: Tim Carter
p 358: Recording Tarquinia: imitation, parody and reportage in Ingegneri's `Hor che 'l ciel e la terra e 'l vento tace'. author: Laurie Stras
p 379: `Her eyes became two spouts': classical antecedents of Renaissance laments. author: Leofranc Holford-Strevens
p 395: Lamenting Ariadne. author: Tim Carter
p 407: Weeping at the water's edge (Arianna). author: Anne MacNeil
p 419: Catherine de Médicis, `nouvelle Artémise': woman's laments and the virtue of grief. author: Jeanice Brooks
p 437: Re-voicing Arianna (and laments): two women respond. author: Suzanne Cusick
p 451: The `Scala degli Specchi' uncovered: Monteverdi, the Gonzagas and the Palazzo Ducale, Mantua. [Performing Matters] author: Paola Besutti
p 467: 17th century music prints at Mdina Cathedral, Malta. author: Franco Bruni
p 481: Andrew Ashbee, David Lasocki: A bibliographical dictionary of English court musicians, 1485-1714, 2 vols. [Book Review] reviewer: Roger Bowers
p 483: Katherine Bergeron: Decadent enchantments: the revival of Gregorian chant at Solesmes. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Jeffery
p 485: Peter Williams: The chromatic fourth during four centuries of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Fabrice Fitch
p 507: German Orpheus: C.P.E. Bach and musical culture in the late 18th century (C.P.E. Bach conference 12-14 February 1999). [Reports] author: Susan Wollenberg
p 508: Francis (1917-1999) and June Baines (-1999). [Obituary] author: Jane Ryan
p 508: Francis (1917-1999) and June Baines (-1999). [Obituary] author: Pam Munks
p 508: Francis (1917-1999) and June Baines (-1999). [Obituary] author: Peter Holman
p 509: Francis (1917-1999) and June Baines (-1999). [Obituary] author: Stephen Dodgson
p 510: Guadagni in the dock. [Correspondence] author: Graydon Beeks
p 510: Reply to Guadagni in the dock. [Correspondence] author: Patricia Howard

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EMM Nov 1999 # 29.4

p 516: Editorial. authors: Tess Knighton, James Chater
p 519: Marenzio and cardinal Luigi d'Este. author: Marco Bizzarini
p 535: Marenzio and the `villanella alla romana'. author: Ruth DeFord
p 555: Marenzio and Wert read Tasso: a study in contrasting aesthetics. author: Jessie Owens
p 577: `Such sweet sorrow: the `dialogo di partenza' in the Italian madrigal. author: James Chater
p 600: `An aristocratic dilettante': notes on the life and works of Antonio Bicci (1552-1614). author: Piero Gargiulo
p 609: Marenzio's sacred music: the Roman context. author: Noel O'Regan
p 622: Marenzio, Poland and the late polychoral sacred style. author: Roland Jackson
p 633: Performance practice in the `seconda prattica' madrigal. [Performing Matters] author: Rinaldo Alessandrini
p 641: Marenzio on record. author: Roberto Giuliani
p 655: Marco Bizzarini: Marenzio, la carriera di un musicista tra rinascimento e controriforma. [Book Review] reviewer: Laura Macy
p 659: Sally Harper, ed.: Bardic traditions and transcriptions. [Book Review] reviewer: Wyndham Thomas
p 660: Alfred Planyavsky: The baroque double bass violone. [Book Review] reviewer: Ephraim Segerman
p 682: Marenzio celebrations in 1999. [Reports] author: Marco Bizzarini
p 683: 1999 Boston Early Music Festival. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 686: NEMA conference, from renaissance to baroque. [Reports] author: Jeremy Montagu

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EMM Feb 2000 # 28.1

p 5: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 9: Is the quinton a viol? A puzzle unravelled. author: Myrna Herzog
p 33: Patronizing Handel, inventing audiences; the intersections of class, money, music and history. author: David Hunter
p 50: Escobedo's Missa Philippus Rex Hispanie: a Spanish descant of Josquin's Hercules Mass. author: Anthony Fiumara
p 65: An Italian oboist in Germany: double reed making ca 1750. author: Samantha Owens
p 73: Haydn and the English classical piano style. author: Bas van Oort
p 91: A contemporary example of harpsichord forgery. [Observations] author: John Koster
p 99: Some new interpretations of the notes inégales evidence. [Performing Matters] author: John Byrt
p 115: Julie Cumming: The motet in the age of Du Fay. [Book Review] reviewer: Margaret Bent
p 117: Ernest Sanders: French and English polyphony of 13th and 14th centuries. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 117: James McKinnon: The temple, the church fathers and early western chant. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 117: Kenneth Levy: Gregorian chant and the Carolingians. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 117: Michael Talbot: Venetian music in the age of Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 117: Richard Sherr: Music and musicians in Renaissance Rome and other courts. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 117: Roger Bowers: English church polyphony, singers and sources from the 14th to the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 119: Ardal Powers, ed.: Traverso, reprint 1989-1998. [Book Review] reviewer: David Fallows
p 143: International Sweelinck Symposium, Utrecht, 27 Aug - 1 Sep 1999. [Reports] author: David Smith
p 144: The 4th International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano, 8-11 Sep 1999, Lance Whitehead. [Reports]
p 147: International Conference New Directions in Josquin Scholarship, 29-31 Oct 1999. [Reports] author: Cynthia Cyrus
p 149: Alessandro Scarlatti Festival, Palermo, 1999-2002. [Reports] author: Kate Bolton
p 150: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Nicholas Kenyon
p 150: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Tess Knighton
p 154: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Howard Schott
p 154: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Peter Campbell
p 155: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Peter Phillips
p 156: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Neal Zaslaw
p 157: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 157: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Arthur Boyars
p 157: John Mansfield Thomson (1926-1999). [Obituary] author: Eric Van Tassel

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EMM May 2000 # 28.2

p 164: Editorial. author: Ann Buckley
p 165: Music and musicians in medieval Irish society. author: Ann Buckley
p 193: Medieval Ireland: music in cathedral, church and cloister. author: Patrick Brannon
p 205: `Through a glass, darkly'; steps towards reconstructing Irish chant from the neumes of the Drummond Missal. author: Sara Gibbs Casey
p 217: Fragments of liturgical chant from medieval Irish monasteries in continental Europe. author: Martin Czernin
p 227: A serendipitous encounter with St Kilian. author: Theodore Karp
p 238: `Now that the Lord hath readvanc'd the crown'; Richard Hosier, Durham Ms B.1 and the early Restoration anthem repertory at the Dublin cathedrals. author: Barra Boydell
p 253: Keyboard instruments in Dublin, c 1560-1860; `a much neglected section of Irish musical history'. [Instruments] author: Paul Nixon
p 271: Reconstructing the music of medieval Ireland; Altramar's Crossroads of the Celts. [Performing Matters] authors: Jann Cosart, Angela Mariani, Chris Smith, David Stattelman
p 283: Paula Higgins, ed.: Antoine Busnoys: method, meaning and context in late medieval music. [Book Review] reviewer: Fitch
p 286: Jérôme de La Gorce, Herbert Schneider, ed.: Quellenstudien zu Jean-Baptiste Lully / l'oevre de Lully, études des sources. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 288: Donald Burrows, ed.: The Cambridge companion to Handel. [Book Review] reviewer: Sadie
p 313: Urban musicology. [Reports] author: Tim Carter
p 314: Franco - Italian cross-currents. [Reports] author: Iain Fenlon
p 316: Analysing Renaissance polyphony. [Reports] author: Ruth DeFord
p 319: manuscripts and printed music, 1999. [Salerooms] author: Arthur Searle
p 325: Andrea von Ramm (1928-1999). [Obituary] authors: David Fallows, Stefan Morent
p 327: June Yakeley (1949-1999). [Obituary] author: Brian Jeffrey
p 329: Barbarini Lupus. [Correspondence] author: Alison Adams
p 329: Byrd's Suscipe quaeso (actual Tallis's). [Correspondence] author: Kerry McCarthy
p 329: Spanish harpsichords. [Correspondence] author: Andreas Beurmann
p 330: Initials in Scarlatti manuscripts. [Correspondence] author: Carl Sloane
p 331: Handel's audience. [Correspondence] author: Winton Dean
p 332: Handel's audience, a reply. [Correspondence] author: David Hunter
p 333: Interpreting the `notes inégales' evidence. [Correspondence] author: David Ponsford
p 334: Interpreting the `notes inégales' evidence, a reply. [Correspondence] author: John Byrt

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EMM Aug 2000 # 28.3

p 340: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 343: Around the performance of a 13th century motet. author: Christopher Page
p 359: `Pictura et scriptura'; the Eton choirbook in its iconographical context. author: Magnus Williamson
p 383: A Renaissance composer writes to his patrons; newly discovered letters from Cristóbal de Morales to Cosimo I de' Medici and cardinal Allessandro Farnese. author: Klaus Pietschmann
p 403: Tomás Luis de Victoria's Roman churches revisited. author: Noel O'Regan
p 421: Music in court festivals of state: festival books as sources for performance practices. author: Edmund Bowles
p 445: François Couperin ad the Stuart court at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 1691-1712: a new interpretation. author: Edward Corp
p 455: Bach's notation of tempo and early music performance: some reconsiderations. [Performing Matters] author: Bernard Sherman
p 469: The Anton Walter fortepiano - Mozart's beloved concert instrument; a response to Michael Latcham. [Observations] author: Eva Badura-Skoda
p 474: The Anton Walter fortepiano - Mozart's beloved concert instrument, a reply. [Observations] author: Michael Latcham
p 476: Paul Merkley, Lora Merkley: Music and patronage in the Sforza court. [Book Review] reviewer: Dean
p 480: Andrew Parrot: The essential Bach choir. [Book Review] reviewer: Elcombe
p 500: Historical dance conference. [Reports] author: Jennifer Thorp
p 502: Vivaldi's violins. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 503: Investigating early pianos. [Reports] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 505: Berkeley festival. [Reports] author: Michael Zwiebach
p 507: Counter tenor counterblast (reply to letter by Selwood, EM May 1999. [Correspondence] author: Simon Ravens
p 508: Tallis's (not Byrd's!) Suscipe quaeso. [Correspondence] author: David Humphreys
p 509: El Escorial polyphony. [Correspondence] author: José Sierra Pérez
p 509: Gibbons keyboard music, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott
p 509: Gibbons keyboard music. [Correspondence] author: Carl Willetts
p 510: Early music of Ireland, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Ann Buckley
p 510: Early music of Ireland. [Correspondence] author: Peter Downey

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EMM Nov 2000 # 28.4

p 516: Editorial. author: Peter Holman
p 517: The catch club in 18th century England. author: Brian Robins
p 531: New light on Richard Mudge, 1718-1763; some aspects of social status and amateur music making. author: Richard Platt
p 547: The Oxford exercises in the 18th century. author: Susan Wollenberg
p 557: `The most musical spot for its size in the kingdom': music in Georgian Halifax. author: Rachel Cowgill
p 577: The Colchester partbooks. author: Peter Holman
p 597: Tea table miscellanies; the development of Scotland's song culture, 1720-1800. author: Claire Nelson
p 621: Elias Hall, the `faithful chronicler' of Oldham psalmody. author: Sally Drage
p 637: The accompaniment of concertos in 18th century England. [Performing Matters] authors: Peter Holman, Richard Maunder
p 653: John Harley: Orlando Gibbons and the Gibbons family of musicians. [Book Review] reviewer: Bowers
p 654: Ian Spink: Henry Lawes, cavalier song writer. [Book Review] reviewer: Rooley
p 655: Arthur Searle: The Britisch Library Stefan Zweig collection, catalogue of the music manuscripts. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 655: Jacqueline Gray, ed.: Obiter scripta (by Albi Rosenthal). [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 656: Bernhard Janz: Der Fondo Cappella Sistina der Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 656: Joachim Braun: Die Musikkultur Altisraels / Palästinas. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 656: Michael and Dorothea Jappe: Viola Bibliographie; das Repertoire f:ur die historische Bratsche von 1649 bis 1800. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 656: Thomas Mathiesen, ed.: Thesaurus musicarum latinarum; canon of data files. [Book Review] reviewer: Fallows
p 677: `Imagination and historical sense'; Waynflette lectures, Magdalen College, Oxford, 2000. [Reports] author: Mark Humphreys
p 678: Ninth biennial conference on baroque music, Trinity College, Dublin, 2000. [Reports] author: Miguel Ángel Marín
p 679: Bach performance practice; internationale Bachakademie, Stuttgart, 2000. [Reports] author: Eric Van Tassel
p 681: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 685: Mozart's Walter fortepiano, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Eva Badura-Skoda
p 685: Mozart's Walter fortepiano (see 2000-469). [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder

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EMM Feb 2001 # 29.1

p 3: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 5: Reflections on 50 years of early music (J.M. Thomson memorial lecture). author: Neal Zaslaw
p 15: On the manner of playing the adagio: neglected features of a genre (performing the Adagio). author: David Ledbetter
p 29: Free ornamentation in the solo sonatas of William Babell: defining a personal style of improvised embellishment ((performing the Adagio). author: Charles Gower Price
p 57: The hole truth and nothing but the truth: the resolution of a problem in flute iconography. author: Mary Oleskiewicz
p 61: Viols, violists and Venus in Grünewald's Isenheim altar. author: Mary Rasmussen
p 76: Juan Esquivel: an unknown Spanish master revisited (renaissance polyphony). author: Clive Walkley
p 93: A study in emulation: Philip van Wilder's `en despit des envyeulx' ((renaissance polyphony). author: David Humphreys
p 109: The Byrd edition - in print and on disc (renaissance polyphony). author: Joseph Kerman
p 121: Jim Berrow, ed.: Towards the conservation and restoration of historic organs; a record of the Liverpool conference, 23-26 August 1999. [Book Review] reviewer: Butt
p 123: Cesare Fertonani: La musica strumentale di Antonio Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 123: Francesca Fanna, Michael Talbot: Cinquanta anni di produzione e consumi della musica dell'età di Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 123: Michael Talbot: The sacred vocal music of Antonio Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Roche
p 126: Barthélemy de Montagut: Louange de la dance; in praise of the dance. [Book Review] reviewer: Walls
p 128: Cristoph Woll: Johann Sebastian Bach the learned musician. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 147: Byzantium and beyond (medieval and renaissance music conference, Oxford, 20-22 August 2000). [Reports] author: Bonnie Blackburn
p 149: Le Jeune in perspective (Journées Claude Le Jeune, Château de Chambord, 19-22 October 2000). [Reports] author: Richard Freedman
p 150: Millennial mega meeting (Toronto 2000: Musical Intersections, 1-5 November 2000). [Reports] author: Thomas Irvine
p 152: The Spanish harpsichord and its music (1st Diego Fernández Festival of Spanish keyboard music, Levante Almeriense, 12-15 October 2000). [Reports] author: Beryl Kenyon de Pascual
p 153: Bach's notation of tempo; a reply. [Correspondence] author: Bernard Sherman
p 153: Bach's notation of tempo. [Correspondence] author: Klaus Miehling
p 156: Encountering St Kilian. [Correspondence] author: Theodore Karp
p 156: Mozart's fortepiano. [Correspondence] author: Marius Flothuis
p 157: Editions, scholarship and performance. [Correspondence] author: Jeffrey Kurtzman

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EMM May 2001 # 29.2

p 162: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 165: &'Mi chiamano Mimi ...' but my name is 'Quarti toni': solmization and Ockeghem's famous Mass. author: Ross Duffin
p 187: Angel musicians in the medieval stained glass of Norfolk churches (images and instruments). author: Adrian Rose
p 218: A Requiem Mass for Louis XV: Charles d'Helfer, François Giroust and the 'Missa pro defunctis' of 1775 (music in the ancien régime). author: Jack Eby
p 235: Performance traditions and motet composition at the convent school at Saint-Cyr (music in the ancien régime). author: Deborah Kauffman
p 251: Compositional choices in Henry Purcell's 'Three Parts upon a Ground' (performance in context). author: Peter Holman
p 263: The historiography of the Reformation, or the reformation of historiography (re-examining Tudor music). author: Benjamin Davies
p 275: A little-known keyboard plainsong setting in the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book: a key to Tallis's compositional process? (re-examining Tudor music). author: Christopher Maxim
p 285: Björn Tammen: Musik und Bild im Chorraum mittelalterlicher Kirchen, 1100-1500 (Angels and iconography). [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 289: Giacomo Baroffio, ed.: Iter liturgicum italicum (Locating Italian liturgies). [Book Review] reviewer: Chadd
p 291: Sverker Jullander, ed.: GOArt research reports, vols. 1 & 2 (Göteborg keyboard studies). [Book Review] reviewer: Webber
p 292: Annette Richards: The free fantasia and the musical picturesque. [Book Review] reviewer: Wollenberg
p 294: David Rattray: Masterpieces of Italian violin making (1620-1850); important stringed instruments from the collection at the Royal Academy of Music (Viewing the violin). [Book Review] reviewer: Walls
p 321: Festival Scarlatti, Palermo, Sicily, 16 September - 16 October 2000. [Reports] author: Lindsay Kemp
p 322: Wissenschaftliches Symposium, 500 Jahre Ottaviano Petrucci 1501-2001 (500 years of Petrucci). [Reports] author: Leofranc Holford-Strevens
p 324: C.P.E. Bach in Boston. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 327: Anthony Goble (1957-2000). [Obituary] authors: Arne Richards, Isabel Knowland
p 328: Claude V. Palisca (1921-2001). [Obituary] author: Thomas Mathiesen
p 330: Malcolm Boyd (1932-2001). [Obituary] author: Robin Stowell
p 333: Mozart's Walter fortepiano. [Correspondence] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 334: Mozart's Walter fortepiano. [Correspondence] author: David Sutherland

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EMM Aug 2001 # 29.3

p 338: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 339: Guest Editorial - Chopin as early music. author: John Rink
p 343: A newly discovered Gloria by Handel (music lost and found). author: Hans Joachim Marx
p 355: Robert Adam's instruments for Catherine the Great (images and instruments). author: Laurence Libin
p 369: The Arabic style of performing medieval music (re-examining performance practices). author: John Haines
p 381: Chopin, past and present (Chopin as early music). author: Jim Samson
p 389: Chopin and Pleyel (Chopin as early music). author: Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger
p 399: Frédéric Chopin, Antoine de Kontski and the carezzando touch (Chopin as early music). author: Jonathan Bellman
p 408: Chopin and the aesthetic of the sketch: a new prelude in E-fl minor (Chopin as early music). author: Jeffrey Kallberg
p 425: Wessel's Complete Collection of the Compositions of Frederic Chopin: the history of a title-page (Chopin as early music). author: Christophe Grabowski
p 434: The line of argument in Chopin's E minor Prelude. author: John Rink
p 447: Thomas Mathiesen: Apollo's lyre - Greek music and theory in antiquity and the middle ages (Explaining Greek music). [Book Review] reviewer: Holford-Strevens
p 451: Jenny So, ed.: Music in the age of Confucius (Sounds of Bronze Age China). [Book Review] reviewer: Stock
p 452: William Renwick, ed.: The Langloz manuscript - fugal improvisation through figured bass (Spontaneous fugue). [Book Review] reviewer: Yearsley
p 454: John Humphries: The early horn - a practical guide (Early horns practically speaking). [Book Review] reviewer: Hiebert
p 455: Jeanice Brooks: Courtly song in the late 16th century France (French courtly song). [Book Review] reviewer: Freedman
p 456: Ashbee, Harley, ed.: The cheque books of the Chapel Royal - with additional material from the manuscript of William Lovegrove and Marmaduke Alford (Records of the Chapel Royal). [Book Review] reviewer: Leech
p 482: John Toll (1947-2001). [Obituary] author: John Holloway
p 485: 2001 Boston Early Music Festival. [Reports] author: Howard Schott
p 489: Gods, men and monsters (interdisciplinary symposium on monstrous in 17th and 18th french operas). [Reports] author: Gulliver Ralston
p 490: Launching Handel's Gloria. [Reports] author: Lindsay Kemp

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EMM Nov 2001 # 29.4

p 499: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 499: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 501: New light on Ottavino Petrucci's activity, 1520-1538; un unknown print of the 'Motteti dal fiore' (Music lost and found). authors: Teresa Gialdroni, Agostino Ziino
p 524: New light on Ottavino Petrucci's activity, 1520-1538; appendix. author: Gabriella Battista
p 535: Italian wind instrumentalists at the Scottish royal court during the 16th century (Foreign musicians in Britain). author: Alexander McGrattan
p 553: The legacy of the 'stupendious' Nicola Matteis (Foreign musicians in Britain). author: Simon Jones
p 571: Musicians in the Catholic chapel of Catherine of Braganza, 1662-1692 (Foreign musicians in Britain). author: Peter Leech
p 589: Heinrich Albert's 'Arien' in print and performance (Texts & sources). author: Stephen Rose
p 607: Handel, Popora and the 'Windy Bumm'. authors: Xavier Cervantes, Thomas McGeary
p 619: A flourish for Handel. author: Diack Johnstone
p 627: Theophilus Hawney - a little known composer and his much travelled works. [Observations] author: Richard Charteris
p 635: Anna Gatti, Mara Miniati, ed.: L'acustica e i suoi strumenti - la collezione dell'Istituto Technico Toscano (Acoustics and its instruments - the collection of the Istituto Technico Toscano). [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 635: Franca Falletti, Renato Meucci, Gabriele Rossi Rognoni, ed.: La musica e i suoi strumenti - la collezione granduchale del Conservatorio Cherubini. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 635: Gabriele Rossi Rognoni, ed.: La musica alla corte dei granduchi - guida alla mostra (Music at the grand ducal court - guide to the exhibition). [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 637: Alfred Dürr: Johann Sebastian Bach - St John Passion - genesis, transmission, and meaning. [Book Review] reviewer: Humpreys
p 637: Erc Chafe: Analysing Bach cantatas. [Book Review] reviewer: Humpreys
p 637: Russell Stinton: Bach - the Orgelbüchlein. [Book Review] reviewer: Humpreys
p 637: Russell Stinton: J.S. Bach's great 18 organ chorales. [Book Review] reviewer: Humpreys
p 640: Bettina Hoffmann: Catalogo della musica solistica e cameristica per viola da gamba (cataloguing the viol). [Book Review] reviewer: Woodfield
p 641: Daniel Mosser, a.o., ed.: Puzzles in paper - concepts in historical watermarks. [Book Review] reviewer: Thompson
p 643: Claire Chevalier, Jos van Immerseel, ed.: 'Matière et musique' - the Cluny encounter - proceedings of the European encounter on instrument making and restoration. [Book Review] reviewer: Barclay
p 644: Isobel Woods Preece: 'Our awin Scottis use' - music in the Scottish church up to 1603. [Book Review] reviewer: Bowers
p 647: Maria Caraci Vela, Rodobaldo Tibaldi, ed.: Intorno a Monteverdi. [Book Review] reviewer: Stras
p 647: Teresa Rossa-Barezzani: Marc'Antonio Ingegneri e la musica a Cremona nel secondo cinquecento. [Book Review] reviewer: Stras
p 647: Teresa Rossa-Barezzani, Mila De Santis, ed.: Marc'Antonio Ingegneri, opera omnia, II/ii, il secondo libro de' madrigali a quattro voci. [Book Review] reviewer: Stras
p 648: Margot Fassler, Rebecca Baltzer, ed.: The divine office in the Latin Midlle Ages - methodology and source studies, regional developments, hagiography. [Book Review] reviewer: Barrett
p 650: Anne Piéjus: Le théatre des demoiselles - tragédie et musique à Saint-Cyr à la fin du grand siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Kauffman
p 667: Grünewald's Isenheim altarpiece, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Mary Rasmussen
p 667: Grünewald's Isenheim altarpiece. [Correspondence] author: Uta Henning
p 669: Mozart's Walter piano. [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder
p 670: Clavichord techniques. [Correspondence] author: Paul Simmonds
p 670: The Arabic style. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu

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EMM Feb 2002 # 30.1

p 3: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 4: Keyboard instrument building in London and the Sun insurance records, 1775-87. [Instruments] authors: Lance Whitehead, Jenny Nex
p 26: The reception of the cantata during Leipzig church services, 1700-1750. author: Tanya Kevorkian
p 46: `Musical understanding' in the 15th century. author: Rob Wegman
p 63: Tinctoris on the effects of music.
p 68: The Dublin virginal manuscript: new perspectives on virginalist ornamentation. author: Desmond Hunter
p 82: Once more into the void: Marc-Antoine Charpentier's `croches blanches' reconsidered. author: Shirley Thompson
p 94: Repeat signs and binary form in François Couperin's `Pièces de clavecin'. author: Paul Cienniwa
p 104: Out of the shadows: Binchois ascendant. author: Alejandro Enrique Planchart
p 119: David Ross Hurley: Handel's muse: patterns of creation in his oratorios and musical dramas, 1743-1751. [Book Review] reviewer: Diack Johnstone
p 120: Suzanne Beicken (ed.): Treatise on vocal performance and ornamentation by Johann Adam Hiller. [Book Review] reviewer: Emma Kirkby
p 121: Penelope Gouk: Music, science and magic in 17th century England. [Book Review] reviewer: Leta Miller
p 123: Angelo Rusconi (ed.): Guido d'Arezzo, monacho pomposiano. [Book Review] reviewer: Emma Hornby
p 124: Marie-Claude Canova-Green, Francesca Chiarelli (ed.): The influence of Italian entertainments on 16th and 17th century music theatre in France, Savoy and England. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Walls
p 126: Michael Wilson: The chamber organs in Britain, 1600-1830. [Book Review] reviewer: John Kitchen
p 127: Estaire, Knighton, Bordas Ibáñez, Carreras: Aspectos de la cultura musical en la Corte de Felippe II. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Noone
p 128: Richard Freeman: The chansons of Orlando di Lasso and their protestant listeners: music, piety, and print in 16th century France. [Book Review] reviewer: Robin Leaver
p 130: Thematic and library catalogues. author: Peter Ward Jones
p 149: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 153: François Lesure, 1923-2001. [Obituary] author: Dinko Fabris
p 154: Igor Kipnis, 1930-2002. [Obituary] author: Howard Schott
p 155: The Arabic style. [Correspondence] author: Sterling Scott Jones
p 157: The Arabic style, reply. [Correspondence] author: John Haines
p 158: Domenico Scarlatti's `tremulo'. [Correspondence] author: Carl Sloane
p 158: Domenico Scarlatti's `tremulo', reply. [Correspondence] author: Howard Schott

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EMM May 2002 # 30.2

p 163: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 165: `Sub obscuritate quadam ostendens': Latin canon in the early renaissance motet. author: Charles Turner
p 189: The annotator of the Lorraine chansonnier and his taste in accidentals. author: Cynthia Cyrus
p 203: Farinelli and the duke of Leeds: `tanto mio amico e patrone particolare'. author: Thomas Mcgeary
p 215: Senesino disobliges Caroline, princess of Wales, and princess Violante of Florence. author: David Hunter
p 225: The awkward idiom: hand-crossing and the European keyboard scene around 1730. [Performing Matters] author: David Yearsley
p 237: In defence of the minuet and trio. author: Christopher Hogwood
p 253: The 'Handel' Gloria reconsidered. authors: Clifford Bartlett, Anthony Hicks, Hans Joachim Marx, Michael Talbot
p 265: Contemplating the Chantilly Codex (Tours 13-15 September 2001). [Reports] author: Barbara Haggh
p 271: Matthew Spring: The lute in Britain: a history of the instrument and its music. [Book Review] reviewer: Anthony Rooley
p 273: Caroline Wood, Graham Sadler: French baroque opera: a reader. [Book Review] reviewer: Lois Rosow
p 275: Patrick Tröster: Das Alta-Ensemble und seine Hochrenaisance (1300-1550). [Book Review] reviewer: Kenneth Kreitner
p 276: Robin Stowell: The early violin and viola: a practical guide. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Walls
p 281: Paul Murphy (ed.): José de Torres's treatise of 1736: general rules for accompanying on the organ, harpsichord, and the harp, by knowing only how to sing the part, or a bass in `canto figurado'. [Book Review] reviewer: David Ledbetter
p 281: Robert Zappulla, Figured bass accompaniment in France. [Book Review] reviewer: David Ledbetter
p 282: Ian Woodfield: Opera and drama in 18th century London. [Book Review] reviewer: Lowell Lindgren
p 284: Ian Woodfield: Music of the Raj: a social and economic history of music in late 18th century Anglo-Indian society. [Book Review] reviewer: Raymond Head
p 285: David Rowland: Early keyboard instruments: a practical guide. [Book Review] reviewer: John Kitchen
p 286: Heidemar Volckmar-Waschk: Die `Cantiones Sacrae' von Heinrich Schütz: Entstehung - Texte - Analysen. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 286: Wolfram Steude: Annäherung durch Distanze: Texte zur älteren mitteldeutschen Musik und Musikgeschichte. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 287: Bruce Holsinger: Music, body, and desire in medieval culture: Hildegard von Bingen to Chaucer. [Book Review] reviewer: Nicky Losseff
p 311: Michael Howard (1922-2002). [Obituary] author: Bruno Turner
p 313: Grünewald's Isenheim altarpiece. [Correspondence] author: Michael Fleming
p 313: Grünewald's Isenheim altarpiece, reply. [Correspondence] author: Mary Rasmussen
p 317: Busnoy's chansons. [Correspondence] author: Fabrice Fitch
p 317: Miguel Ferreira. [Correspondence] author: Peter Leech
p 317: Performing Biber. [Correspondence] author: James Clements
p 317: The Sun insurance records. [Correspondence] author: Joan Jeffery

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EMM Aug 2002 # 30.3

p 323: Editorial (Cristóbal de Morales). author: John Milsom
p 325: Within the circle of Charles V: new light on the biography of Cristóbal de Morales. author: Alison Sanders McFarland
p 341: Cristóbal de Morales in Toledo, 1545-6: ToleBC 25 and `new' works by Morales, Guerrero, Lobo, Tejeda and Ambiela. author: Michael Noone
p 364: Was Morales in Valencia?: new light on the origins of the `Missa Benedicta es, caelorum regina'. author: Bernadette Nelson
p 381: Vivaldi and the English viol. [Instruments] author: Michael Talbot
p 397: The flageolet player: the ultimate amateur musician. [Instruments] author: Jane Girdham
p 411: Grabu's `Albion and Albanius' and the operas of Lully: '... acquainted with all the performances of the French opera's'. [Opera] author: Bryan White
p 429: Production practices at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, in the late 18th century. [Opera] author: Anthony Deldonna
p 447: Sense and sound in Richafort's requiem. [Performing Matters] author: John Milsom
p 465: Bruce Haynes: The eloquent oboe: a history of the hautboy, 1640-1760. [Book Review] reviewer: janet page
p 467: Reinhard Strohm, ed.: The 18th century diaspora of Italian musicians. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Talbot
p 468: Donald Burrows, Rosemary Dunhill: Music and theatre in Handel's world: the familiy papers of James Harris, 1732-1780. [Book Review] reviewer: David Hunter
p 470: Brian Robins, ed.: The John Marsh journals - the life and times of a gentleman composer (1752-1828). [Book Review] reviewer: Rachel Cowgill
p 471: Gerald Gifford, compiler: A descriptive catalogue of the music collection at Burghley House, Stamford. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Holman
p 472: R M Thomson: A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscript in Worchester Cathedral Library. [Book Review] reviewer: David Chad
p 473: Anne Martin: Musician for a while: a biography of Walter Bergmann. [Book Review] reviewer: Nicholas Kenyon
p 489: Letter from Spain. [Reports] author: Tess Knighton
p 492: Letter from Spain. [Reports] author: Michael Noone
p 493: Bruges keyboard competition 2001. [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 494: Keith Elcombe (1941-2002). [Obituary] author: David Fallows

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EMM Nov 2002 # 30.4

p 500: Editorial; dropping the pilot: farewell to Arthur Boyars. authors: John Milsom, Nicholas Kenyon, Tess Knighton
p 502: Swirling from one level of the affects to another: the expressive clavier in Mozart's time. author: Michael Latcham
p 523: Beethoven's Erard piano: its influence on his compositions and on Viennese fortepiano building. author: Tilman Skowroneck
p 541: The crozier of William Wykeham. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 565: Michele Todini's galleria armonica: its hitherto unknown history. author: Patrizio Barbieri
p 584: A re-examination of tempos assigned to the Earl of Bute's machine organ. author: Beverly Jerold
p 593: Finding closure: performance issues in the Agnus Dei of Ockeghem's Missa L 'homme armé. author: Edward Wickham
p 608: A gay-studies Handel. author: Thomas McGeary
p 615: Emilio Casares Rodicio, Alvaro Torrente, ed.: La ópera in España e Hispanoamérica. [Book Review] reviewer: Robinson
p 617: Frederico Sardelli: Vivaldi's 'flutes'. [Book Review] reviewer: Zaslaw
p 619: Catherine Massip: L'art de bien chanter: Michel Lambert (1610-1696). [Book Review] reviewer: Sadler
p 619: Peter Jeffrey, ed.: The study of medieval chant: paths and bridges, east and west: in honor of Kenneth Levy. [Book Review] reviewer: Barrett
p 620: Richard Rastall: Minstrels playing: music in early English religious drama, ii. [Book Review] reviewer: Wulstan
p 621: Gerard Gillen, Andrew Johnstone, ed.: Irish musical studies, vi: a historical anthology of Irish church music. [Book Review] reviewer: Morris
p 621: Kenneth Milne, ed.: Chris Church Cathedral Dublin: a history. [Book Review] reviewer: Morris
p 621: Keri Dexter: 'A good quire of voices': the provision of choral music at St George's chapel, Windsor Castle, and Eton College. [Book Review] reviewer: Morris
p 623: Rebecca Herissone: Music theory in 17th century England. [Book Review] reviewer: Wood
p 651: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 653: Du Fay's canons, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Charles Turner
p 653: Du Fay's canons. [Correspondence] author: Ruth DeFord

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EMM Feb 2003 # 31.1

p 3: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 4: The Ars Subtilior soundclips - a statement. author: The Orlando Consort
p 6: Articulating Ars Subtilior song. author: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
p 20: Playing the citation game in the late 14th century chanson. author: Yolanda Plumley
p 41: The cathedral band of León in 1548, and when it played. author: Kenneth Kreitner
p 65: Church and chamber - the influence of acoustics on musical composition and performance. author: Katelijne Schiltz
p 81: A new source of bass viol music from 18th century England. author: Peter Holman
p 100: In defence of danced minuets. author: Jennifer Thorp
p 110: David Wilson, ed.: Georg Muffat on performance practice - the texts from `Florilegium primum', Florilegium secundum', and Auserlesene Instrumentalmusik' - a new translation with commentary. [Book Review] reviewer: Wiebke Thormahlen
p 117: Review: Reflections on the Reflexe label. author: Fabrice Fitch
p 125: Craigh Wright: The maze and the warrior - symbols in archtecture, theology, and music. [Book Review] reviewer: Dean
p 128: Franco Bruni: Musica e musicisti alla cattedrale di Malta nei secoli XVI-XVIII. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 129: Barbara Hagh, ed.: Essays on music and culture in honor of Herbert Kellman. [Book Review] reviewer: Knighton
p 131: Mara Parker: The string quartet, 1750-1797 - four types of musical conversation. [Book Review] reviewer: Irvine
p 131: Simon Keefe: Mozart's piano concertos - dramatic dialogue in the Age of Enlightment. [Book Review] reviewer: Irvine
p 145: Renaissance flute days, Basel, Scola Cantorum Basiliensis, 6-8 September 2002. [Reports] author: Ardal Powell
p 147: Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, University of Bristol, 18-21 July 2002. [Reports] author: Peter Scott
p 149: `Muzio Clementi Cosmopolita della Musica' - Clementi Conference, Rome, 4-6 December 2002. [Reports] author: Wollenberg
p 150: Third International Festival of Spanish Keyboard Music `Diego Fernández', 11-13 October 2002. [Reports] author: Noone
p 151: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 156: Charpentier's `croches blanches'. [Correspondence] author: Klaus Miehling
p 157: Charpentier's `croches blanches', a reply. [Correspondence] author: Shirley Thompson
p 158: Música Inédita. [Correspondence] author: Eric Southworth
p 158: The expressive Clavier. [Correspondence] author: Michael Latcham

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EMM May 2003 # 31.2

p 163: Editorial. author: John Milsom
p 165: Beethoven's appoggiaturas - long or short. author: Barry Cooper
p 180: Self-reflexive songs and their readers in the late 14th century (Ars Subtilior). author: Anne Stone
p 196: Ars Subtilior repertory as performance palimpsest. author: Donald Greig
p 210: `My honourable Lord and Father ...' - 18th century English musical life through Bohemian eyes. authors: Michaela Freemanová, Eva Mikanová
p 232: `Suonatore del Principe' - new light on Viotti's Turin years. author: Warwick Lister
p 248: Handel at Oxford in 1733. author: Diack Johnstone
p 262: Five into four does go - the vocal scoring of Ockeghem's `Missa L'homme armé'. author: Roger Bowers
p 266: Gareth Curtis, ed.: 15th century liturgical music, iv - Early masses and mass pairs. [Book Review] reviewer: Alejandro Planchart
p 275: David Yearsley: Bach and the meanings of counterpoint. [Book Review] reviewer: Humphreys
p 276: David Wyn Jones: Musiv in 18th century Britain. [Book Review] reviewer: McGeary
p 276: Deborah Rohr: The careers of British musicians, 1750-1850 - a profession of artisans. [Book Review] reviewer: McGeary
p 280: Christine Martin: Vicente Martin y Solers Oper `Una cosa rara' - Geschichte eines Opernerfolgs im 18 Jahrhundert. [Book Review] reviewer: Robinson
p 281: De clavicordio V - proceedings of the V International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano, 5-8 September 2001. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 283: Susan Orlando: The Italian viola da gamba - proceedings of the International Symposium on the Italian viola da gamba, Magnano, 29 April - 1 May 2000, Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Fleming
p 284: Linda Koldau: Die venezianische Kirchenmusik von Claudio Monteverdi. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 285: Elisabeth Baldwin: Paying the piper - music in pre-1642 Cheshire. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 287: Franco Piperno: L'immagine del duca - musica e spettacolo alla corte di Guidubaldo II duca d'Urbino. [Book Review] reviewer: Buji('c
p 288: Emma Dillon: Medieval music making and the `Roman de Fauvel'. [Book Review] reviewer: Llewellyn
p 289: Pieter Dirksen, ed.: Sweelinck studies - proceedings of the international Sweelinck Symposium, Utrecht 1999. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 290: Ignace Bossuyt: Het Weihnachts Oratorium, BWV 248, van Johann Sebastian Bach. [Book Review] reviewer: Dixon
p 312: Mozart Society of America, Biennial Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 27-30 March 2003. [Reports] author: Corneilson
p 314: Festival Lodoviciano, Viadana. [Reports] author: Fabris
p 316: Tempos on the Bute mechanical organ. [Correspondence] author: Klaus Miehling
p 317: Tempos on the Bute mechanical organ, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Beverly Jerold
p 318: Bach's singers. [Correspondence] author: Eric Altschuler

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EMM Aug 2003 # 31.3

p 323: Editorial; close readings - a memorial to John Stevens and Philip Brett. authors: John Milsom, Iain Fenlon
p 327: Some medieval songs. author: Susan Rankin
p 347: The art of repetition: Machaut's ballade 33 'Nes qu'on porroit'. author: Ardis Butterfield
p 363: Words and music in Machaut's motet 9. author: Margaret Bent
p 391: What happened to 'El Grillo'. author: David Fallows
p 401: An expressive detail in Josquin's 'Nimphes, nappés'. author: Patrick Macey
p 413: Byrd's treatment of verse in his partsongs. author: Oliver Neighbour
p 425: `Whom Music's lore delighteth': words and music in Byrd's 'Ye sacred Muses'. author: Mike Smith
p 437: Byrd, Sidney, and the art of melting. author: John Milsom
p 451: Fabricating magic: costuming Salieri's 'Armida'. author: Caryl Clark
p 472: Letter from Boston. [Reports] author: Schott
p 476: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 478: Bach's singers. [Correspondence] author: Richard Taruskin

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EMM Nov 2003 # 31.4

p 483: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 484: Quantz's 'Quatuors' and other works newly discovered. author: Mary Oleskiewicz
p 506: `As it was in the beginning': organ and choir pitch in early Anglican church music. author: Andrew Johnstone
p 527: An 'abberation' reviewed: the reconciliation of inconsistent clef-systems in Monteverdi's Mass and Vespers of 1610. author: Roger Bowers
p 541: `S'a questa d'Este valle': Claudio Monteverdi and a 'mascherata' of 1607 in Mirandola. author: Stefano Patuzzi
p 558: Bach's art of church music and his Leipzig performance forces: contradictions in the system. author: Martin Geck
p 573: Bach's chorus: some new parts, some new questions. author: Joshua Rifkin
p 582: Lully, D'Anglebert and the transmission of 17th century French harpsichord music. author: David Chung
p 607: Anthony Burton, ed.: A performer's guide to music of the Baroque period. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 607: Anthony Burton, ed.: A performer's guide to music of the Classical period. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 607: Anthony Burton, ed.: A performer's guide to music of the Romantic period. [Book Review] reviewer: Ledbetter
p 608: Melania Bucciarelli: Italian opera and European theatre, 1680-1720: plots, performers, dramaturgies. [Book Review] reviewer: Robinson
p 610: Klaus Miehling: Handbuch der früneuenglishen Aussprache (1500-1800) für Musiker - 1 Grundlagen (1500-1710) - 2 1710-1800; Übersicht; Latein; Eigennamen; Anhang. [Book Review] reviewer: Holford-Strevens
p 612: Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans, Bonnie Blackburn, ed.: Théorie et analyse musicales, 1450-1650 - Proceedings of the International Conference, Louvain-la-Neuve, 23-25 September 1999. [Book Review] reviewer: Cyrus
p 612: Nicoletta Guidobaldi, ed.: Regards croisés: musiques, musiciens et voyageurs entre France et Italie au 15th siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Cyrus
p 615: Christelle Cazaux: La musique à la cour de François I - mémoires et documents de l'École des Chartres. [Book Review] reviewer: Freedman
p 617: Frederick Crane: A history of the trump in pictures; Europe and America. [Book Review] reviewer: Montagu
p 618: Cristle Collins Judd: Reading Renaissance music theory: hearing with the eyes. [Book Review] reviewer: Fend
p 620: David Bjork: The Aquitanian Kyrie repertory of the 10th and 11th centuries. [Book Review] reviewer: Barrett
p 621: Stephen Crist, ed.: Bach perspectives, vol.5: Bach in America. [Book Review] reviewer: Schott
p 622: Cesare Negri: La gratie d'amore: deutsche Erstübersetzung der ausgabe Mailand 1602. [Book Review] reviewer: Thorp
p 622: Ian Payne: The almain in Britain, c.1549-c.1675 - a dance manual from manuscript sources. [Book Review] reviewer: Thorp
p 636: Musique de Joye. [Reports] author: Ardal Powell
p 637: The St Emmeram Codex. [Reports] author: Peter Wright

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EMM Feb 2004 # 32.1

p 1: Editorial. author: Knighton
p 2: The sound orchestras make. author: Roger Norrington
p 7: Once again: reflections on Beethoven's tied-note notation. author: Jonathan Del Mar
p 27: `Sonade, que me veux tu?': reconstructing French identity in the wake of Corelli's op.5. author: Peter Walls
p 49: Étienne Nau, Breslau 114 and the early 17th century solo violin fantasia. author: Brian Brooks
p 75: Theatre, dance and music in late cinquecento Milan. author: G. Yvonne Kendall
p 96: Orlando di Lasso's 'Fireworks' music. author: Franz Körndle
p 119: Musical entrepreneurship in 15th century Europe. author: Pamela F. Starr
p 135: Daniel Leech-Wilkinson: The modern invention of medieval music; scholarship, ideology, performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Jeremy Llewellyn
p 138: Daniel Heartz: Music in European capitals: the galant style, 1720-1780. [Book Review] reviewer: Julian Rushton
p 140: Florence Alazard: Art vocal, art de gouverner: la musique, le prince at la cité en Italie à la fin du 16th siècle. [Book Review] reviewer: Bojan Bujic
p 140: Iain Fenlon: Music and culture in late renaissance Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Bojan Bujic
p 143: Homey Mecony: Pierre de la Rue and musical life at the Habsburg-Burgundian court. [Book Review] reviewer: Fabrice Fitch
p 147: Colin Lawson, ed.: Cambridge companion to the orchestra. [Book Review] reviewer: Clive Brown
p 148: Luis Gásser: Estudios sobre Fernando Sor (Sor Studies). [Book Review] reviewer: Thomas Heck
p 172: FIMTE (Festival Internacional de Música de Tecla Española). [Reports] author: Penelope Cave

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EMM May 2004 # 32.2

p 175: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 177: The Spanish plucked viola in renaissance Italy, 1480-1530. author: Hiroyuki Minamino
p 194: The court of don Fernando de Aragón, duke of Calabria in Valencia, c.1526-c.1550: music, letters and the meeting of cultures. author: Bernadette Nelson
p 225: Morales's Officium, chant traditions, and performing 16th century music. author: Grayson Wagstaff
p 244: New polyphonic fragments from 15th century Spain: a preliminary report. author: Ángel Manuel Olmos
p 252: More about Renaissance slide trumpets: fact or fiction?. author: Patrick Tröster
p 271: Annibale Stabile and performance practice at two Roman institutions. author: Ruth Lightbourne
p 286: New light on the old bow - l. author: Robert E. Seletsky
p 303: Monteverdi: onwards and downwards. author: Andrew Parrott
p 319: Ross Duffin, ed.: A performer's guide to medieval music. [Book Review] reviewer: Richard Rastall
p 320: James Tyler, Paul Sparks: The guitar and its music from the Renaissance to the Classical era. [Book Review] reviewer: Richard Pinnell
p 322: Jeremy Montagu: Musical instruments of the Bible. [Book Review] reviewer: David Wulstan
p 326: Anthony Harper: German secular songbooks of the mid 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 326: Judith Aikin: A language for German opera: the development of forms and formulas for recitative and aria in 17th century German libretti. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 327: Miguel Ángel Marín: Music on the margin: urban musical life in 18th century Jaca (Spain). [Book Review] reviewer: Geoffrey Baker
p 328: Alejo Carpentier: Music in Cuba. [Book Review] reviewer: David Irving
p 328: Richard Cullen Rath: How early America sounded. [Book Review] reviewer: David Irving
p 333: Mimi Waitzman: The Benton Fletcher collection at Fenton House: early keyboard instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Latcham
p 344: Two Trasuntino harpsichord copies. [Reports] author: Peter Bavington
p 347: Harold Copeman (1918-2003). [Obituary] author: Margaret Bent
p 348: Pitch in early Anglican church music, a reply. [Correspondence] author: Andrew Johnstone
p 348: Pitch in early Anglican church music. [Correspondence] author: David Wulstan
p 349: Basle, Cambridge and openness. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Page
p 349: Performing pitch. [Correspondence] author: Andrew Parrott
p 350: Bach's singers. [Correspondence] author: Eric Altschuler

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EMM Aug 2004 # 32.3

p 353: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 355: Music at Corpus Christi in colonial Cuzco. author: Geoffrey Baker
p 369: Music in the monastery of La Merced, Santiago de Chile, in the colonial period. author: Alejandro Vera Aguilera
p 384: Musical politics of empire: the 'loa' in 18th century Manila. author: David Irving
p 403: Missionaries, keyboards and musical exchange in the Ming and Qing courts. author: Joyce Lindorff
p 415: New light on the old bow - 2. author: Robert E. Seletsky
p 428: Madame Ravissa de Turin: a forgotten woman composer of the 18th century. author: Claudia Schweitzer
p 442: Purcell's operas on Craig's stage: the productions of the Purcell Operatic Society. author: Michael Burden
p 459: Peter Wall: History, imagination and the performance of music. [Book Review] reviewer: Nicholas Kenyon
p 460: Sean Gallagher, et al, ed.: Western plainchant in the first millenium; studies in the medieval liturgy and its music. [Book Review] reviewer: Sam Barrett
p 462: Philippe Vendrix, ed.: Johannes Ciconia: musicien de la transition. [Book Review] reviewer: Elizabeth Eva Leach
p 463: Christine Urchueguía: Die mehrstimmige Messe im 'goldenen Jahrhundert'; Überlieferung und Repertoirebildung in Quellen aus Spanien und Portugal (ca 1490-1630). [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rice
p 465: Christian Speck: Das italienische Oratorium, 1625-1665: Musik und Dichtung; the vernacular oratorio. [Book Review] reviewer: Graham Dixon
p 466: Peter Phillips: What we really do; A Tallis Scholars' retrospective. [Book Review] reviewer: John Milsom
p 468: Saverio Franchi, ed.: Percorsi dell'oratorio romano; da 'historia sacra' a melodramma spirituale; atti della giornata di studi (Viterbo 11 Sep 1999). [Book Review] reviewer: Noel O'Regan
p 485: Charpentier and his world; conference at Birmingham Conservatoire, 2-4 April 2004. [Reports] author: Julie Anne Sadie
p 486: Louis XIV and dance: an examination of Waddesdon's source for 'Le ballet de la nuit'; 6th Annual Dance Symposium, 21 April 2004. [Reports] author: Juliet Carey
p 489: Beethoven's tied-note notation. [Correspondence] author: Malcolm Bilson
p 491: Musical instruments of the Bible. [Correspondence] author: Jeremy Montagu

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EMM Nov 2004 # 32.4

p 495: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 497: Marc-Antoine Charpentier and the viol. author: Shirley Thompson
p 511: 'Docere, delectare, movere': Marc-Antoine Charpentier and Jesuit spirituality. authors: C. Jane Gosine, Erik Oland
p 541: Philosophy lesson with François Couperin?; notes on a newly discovered canon. author: Graham Sadler
p 549: Representing Jacquet de La Guerre on disc: scoring and 'basse continue' practices, and a new painting of the composer. author: Mary Cyr
p 569: Byrd, Augustine and 'Tribue, Domine'; for Joseph Kerman, with gratitude, on his 80th birthday. author: Kerry McCarthy
p 577: The history and significance of the Lodewijk Theewes claviorgan. author: Malcolm Rose
p 595: The clavichord revival, 1800-1960. author: Howard Schott
p 605: Anne Walters Robertson: Guillaume de Machaut and Reims; context and meaning in his musical works. [Book Review] reviewer: Jacques Boogaart
p 608: Anne MacNeil: Music and women of the commedia dell'arte in the late 16th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Wendy Heller
p 611: Massimo Ossi: Divining the oracle; Monteverdi's 'seconda prattica'. [Book Review] reviewer: Tim Carter
p 613: Patricia M. Ranum: Portraits around Marc-Antoine Charpentier. [Book Review] reviewer: Shirley Thompson
p 614: Élisabeth Gallat-Morin, Jean-Pierre Pinson, ed.: La vie musicale en nouvelle France. [Book Review] reviewer: C. Jane Gosine
p 616: Marc Vanschreeuwijck: The cappella musicale of San Petronio in Bologna under Giovanni Paolo Colonna (1674-1695). [Book Review] reviewer: Gregory Barnett
p 619: Colin Timms: Polymath of the baroque; Agostino Steffani and hisd music. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Holman
p 621: Albert R. Rice: The clarinet in the classical period. [Book Review] reviewer: Eric Hoeprich
p 639: Ars memoria; Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Glasgow, 15-18 July 2004. [Reports] author: Edward Wickham
p 640: Bruges keyboard competition 2004. [Reports] author: Virginia Pleasants
p 640: Byrd's English music; conference; the English-texted music of William Byrd, University of Leeds, 11 September 2004. [Reports] author: Kerry McCarthy
p 643: Denis Stevens (1922-2004). [Obituary] author: Frank Dobbins
p 645: Newer light on the old bow. [Correspondence] author: Robert E. Seletsky
p 645: The sound orchestras make!. [Correspondence] author: Beverly Jerold
p 645: The sound orchestras make!. [Correspondence] author: Luigi Swich
p 646: Spiritus et alme. [Correspondence] author: Ernest Sanders

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EMM Feb 2005 # 33.1

p 1: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 3: Bach's extraordinary temperament: our Rosetta Stone - 1. author: Bradley Lehman
p 25: `Madama' Margaret of Parma's patronage of music. author: Seishiro Niwa
p 39: Daniel Vetter and the domestic keyboard chorale in Bach's Leipzig. author: Stephen Rose
p 55: The clarinet in England during the 1760s. author: Albert R. Rice
p 65: `The ingenious Miss Turner': Elizabeth Turner (d.1756), singer, harpsichordist and composer. author: Margaret Yelloly
p 81: The invention of the fortepiano as intellectual history; in memoriam Sybil Marcuse (1911-2003). author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 95: What did Cristofori call his invention?. [Observations] author: Edwin Good
p 99: Absorbing Lassus. author: John Milsom
p 115: Timothy McGee, ed.: Improvisation in the arts of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. [Book Review] reviewer: Jane Flynn
p 117: Carlos Martínez Gil: La capilla de música de la catedral de Toledo: evolución de un concepto sonore; the soundworld of Toledo Cathedral. [Book Review] reviewer: Miguel-Ángel Marín
p 119: Alexandre Maral: a chapelle royale de Versailles sous Louis XIV: cérémonial, liturgie et musique; the Sun King at worship. [Book Review] reviewer: Lionel Sawkins
p 121: Ulrich Leisinger, ed.: Bach in Leipzig - Bach und Leipzig; Konferenzbericht Leipzig 2000; Bach in Leipzig. [Book Review] reviewer: Tanya Kevorkian
p 124: Christian Ahrens, Gregor Klinke, ed.: Das deutsche Cembalo: Symposium im Rahmen der 24. Tage alter Musik in Herne 1999; German keyboards. [Book Review] reviewer: John Koster
p 124: Christian Ahrens, Gregor Klinke, ed.: 'Fundament aller clavirten Instrumenten' - Das Clavichord: Symposium im Rahmen der 26. Tage alter Musik in Herne 2001; German keyboards. [Book Review] reviewer: John Koster
p 124: Joel Speelstra, Bach and the pedal clavichord: an organist's guide; German keyboards. [Book Review] reviewer: John Koster
p 149: Instruments. [Salerooms] author: Jeremy Montagu
p 154: Opening of the Pieta museum, Venice. [Reports] author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 154: Further thoughts on the Lambeth Choirbook and Jena. [Correspondence] author: David Skinner
p 158: Abstracts of articles in volume 33.1.

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EMM May 2005 # 33.2

p 163: Editorial. author: Miguel-Ángel Marin
p 165: Music-selling in Boccherini's Madrid. author: Miguel-Ángel Marin
p 179: Artaria's music shop and Boccherini's music in Viennese musical life. author: Rupert Ridgewell
p 191: Boccherini as cellist and his music for cello. author: Christian Speck
p 211: Bach's extraordinary temperament: our Rosetta Stone - 2. author: Bradley Lehman
p 233: From dissonance to note-cluster; the application of musical-rhetorical figures and dissonances to thoroughbass accompaniment of early 17th century Italian vocal solo music. author: Thérèse de Goede
p 253: Learning French by singing in 14th century England. author: Elizabeth Eva Leach
p 273: Haydn at St Paul's - 1791 or 1792?. [Observations] author: Ian Spink
p 283: Johann Mattheson - the Russian connection; the rediscovery of Boris Goudenow and his other lost operas. [Performing Matters] author: Stephen Stubbs
p 295: Alexander J. Fischer: Music and religious identity in counter Reformation Augsburg, 1580-1630. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 295: Joseph Herl: Worship wars in early Lutheranism: choir, congregation and three centuries of conflict. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 295: Michael Praetorius: Syntagma musicum III; translated and edited by T. Kite-Powell. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 305: Orlando di Lasso: the complete motets; edited by Peter Bergquist. [Book Review] reviewer: John Milsom
p 361: Michel Piguet (1932-2004). [Obituary] author: Anthony Bailes
p 362: Eric Van Tassel (1939-2004). [Obituary] author: Richard Abram
p 364: Abstracts of articles in volume 33.2.

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EMM Aug 2005 # 33.3

p 369: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 371: Visual and poetic allegory in Bellerofonte Castaldi's extraordinary 'Caprice a due stromenti'. author: David Dolata
p 393: Point/counterpoint: Vicentino's musical rebuttal to Lusitano. author: Timothy McKinney
p 413: Attributions to Giovanni Rovetta. author: Jonathan Drennan
p 425: Musical offerings in the Renaissance. author: Rob Wegman
p 439: Don Juan de Austria and the Venetian music trade. authors: Michael Levin, Steven Zohn
p 449: The Hanover orchestral repertory, 1672-1714: significant source discoveries. author: Erik Albertyn
p 473: Performance practice of 'recitative secco' in the first half of the 18th century; a contribution to the debate over the interpretation of recitative, particularly in Handel's operas. author: Dieter Gutknecht
p 473: Performance practice of 'recitative secco' in the first half of the 18th century; a contribution to the debate over the interpretation of recitative, particularly in Handel's operas. author: Dieter Gutknecht
p 495: Treble or soprano? Performing Tallis. [Performing Matters] author: Peter Phillips
p 503: John Spitzer, Neal Zaslaw: The birth of the orchestra: history of an institution, 1650-1815. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Holman
p 506: Richard Maunder: The scoring of baroque concertos. [Book Review] reviewer: Andrew Manze
p 508: Bruce Haynes: A history of performing pitch: the story of 'A'. [Book Review] reviewer: Andrew Johnstone
p 510: Robert Barclay: The preservation and use of historic musical instruments: display case or concert hall?. [Book Review] reviewer: Jeremy Montagu
p 511: Thomas Drescher: Spielmännische Tradition und höfische Virtuosität; Studien zu Voraussetzung des deutschsprachigen Südens in späten 17. Jahrhundert. [Book Review] reviewer: Tassilo Erhardt
p 514: Barra Boydell: A history of music at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. [Book Review] reviewer: Rachel Cowgill
p 516: David Tunley: François Couperin and 'the perfection of music'. [Book Review] reviewer: Graham Sadler
p 518: Susan Wollenberg, Simon McVeigh, ed.: Concert life in 18th century Britain. [Book Review] reviewer: Barra Boydell
p 520: Anna Cattoretti, ed.: Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his musical environment. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Talbot
p 541: Seeking early English keyboards. [Reports] author: Richard Turbet
p 545: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Daniel Jencka
p 545: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: David Ponsford
p 545: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Richard Maunder
p 546: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Carl Sloan
p 546: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] authors: Kenneth Mobbs, Alexander Mackenzie of Ord
p 546: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Mark Lindley
p 547: Editor's note on Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence]
p 547: Tempering Bach's temperament. [Correspondence] author: Stuart Isacoff
p 548: Copyright issues. [Correspondence] author: Lionel Sawkins
p 549: More on the clarinet in England. [Correspondence] author: Albert Rice
p 549: The little-kown Francesco Scarlatti. [Correspondence] author: Roberto Pagano
p 550: Abstracts of articles in volume 33.3.
p 550: Lassus and the wild beasts. [Correspondence] author: Richard Rastall

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EMM Nov 2005 # 33.4

p 555: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 557: Iconography in the history of the recorder up to 1430 -- part 1. author: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 575: Handel and the confus'd shepherdess: a case study of stylistic eclecticism. author: Graham Cummings
p 591: Gottfried Finger's Christmas pastorellas. author: Robert Rawson
p 609: A 41-cent emendation: a textual problem in Wheatstone's publication of Giulio Regondi's Serenade for English concertina and piano; in memory of Eric Van Tassel and Jan LaRue. author: Allan W. Atlas
p 619: Infunde amorem cordibus: an early l6th century polyphonic hymn cycle from Seville. author: Juan Ruiz Jiménez
p 639: The partbooks of a Florentine ex-patriate: new light on Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Ms. Magl. Mx 164-7. author: Joshua Drake
p 647: Reconstructing Tallis's Latin Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. author: Stephen Rice
p 659: More on the Lambeth Choirbook. [Observations] author: Roger Bowers
p 667: Completing the picture: the importance of reconstructing early opera. [Performing Matters] author: Frans and Julie Muller
p 683: Tallis in performance. author: Timothy Day
p 693: Barbara Stühlmeyer: Die Gesänge der Hildegard von Bingen; eine musikologische, theologische und kulturhistorische Untersuchung. [Book Review] reviewer: Honey Meconi
p 695: David Kidger: Adrian Willaert: a guide to research. [Book Review] reviewer: Noel O'Regan
p 696: Bonnie Gordon: Monteverdi's unruly women; the power of song in early modern Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Tim Carter
p 700: Ferdinand van Ingen, Hans-Gert Roloff, ed.: Johann Beer: Schriftsteller, Komponist und Hofbeamter, 1665-1700. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 700: Ferdinand van Ingen, Hans-Gert Roloff, ed.: Johann Beer, Sämtliche Werke, xii/1: Musikalische Schriften; Ursus murmurat, Ursus vulpinatur, Bellum musicum, Musicalische Discurse. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 700: Ferdinand van Ingen, Hans-Gert Roloff, ed.: Johann Beer, Sämtliche Werke, xii/2: Musikalische Schriften; Schola phonologica. [Book Review] reviewer: Stephen Rose
p 702: Jennifer Nevile: The eloquent body: dance and humanist culture in 15th century Italy. [Book Review] reviewer: Jennifer Thorp
p 704: Thomasin LaMay, ed.: Musical voices of early modern women: many-headed melodies. [Book Review] reviewer: Margaret Yelloly
p 739: Howard Schott, 1923-2005. [Obituary] author: Paul Cienniwa
p 741: Boston Early Music Festival 2005. [Reports] author: Paul Cienniwa
p 743: Baroque music in Faenza. [Reports] author: Giovanni Tasso
p 744: Italians in Spain; summer courses at el Escorial 2005. [Reports] author: José Mariá Domínguez
p 745: Music and Intercultural contact in the early modern period; Study day Cambridge 18 June 2005. [Reports] author: Ian Woodfield
p 747: Correction to 'Basle, Cambridge and openness' by Christopher Page, 33.2 p.349.
p 749: Boccherini and the cello. [Correspondence] author: Agnes Kory
p 749: Cricket songs. [Correspondence] author: Marianne Hund
p 749: The clarinet in England. [Correspondence] author: Peter Holman
p 751: A new internet academy. [Correspondence] author: Clemens Goldberg
p 751: Howard Schott: a personal tribute. [Correspondence] author: Virginia Pleasants

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EMM Feb 2006 # 34.1

p 1: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 3: Iconography in the history of the recorder up to 1430 -- part 2. author: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 29: 'High' clefs in composition and performance. author: Andrew Johnstone
p 55: New light on the polyphonic sequence; Ave virgo, virga Jesse. author: John Haines
p 75: Handel's borrowing and the disputed Gloria. author: Gregory Barnett
p 95: Don Quixote and Wanda Landowska: bells and Pleyels. author: Michael Latchman
p 111: The mensura of Phi in the works of Du Fay (Dufay). author: Ruth DeFord
p 139: Anthony Boden: Thomas Tomkins: the last Elizabethian. [Book Review] reviewer: John Irving
p 141: Simon McVeigh, Jehoash Hirshberg: The Italian solo concerto, 1700-1760; rhetorical strategies and style history. [Book Review] reviewer: Rebecca Kan
p 143: Donald Burrows: Handel and the English Chapel Royal. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Leech
p 146: Kai Köpp: Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755) und die Anfänge der neuzeitlichen Orchesterleitung. [Book Review] reviewer: Brian Clark
p 148: Owain Edwards: English 18th century concertos: an inventory and thematic catalogue. [Book Review] reviewer: Richard Maunder
p 149: John A. Rice: Empress Marie Therese and music in the Viennese court, 1792-1807. [Book Review] reviewer: Julian Rushton
p 172: Medieval and Renaissance Music, Tours, 13-16 July 2005. [Reports] author: Stephen Rice
p 173: Jacob Obrecht (1457/58-1505): the quincentanary conference, Antwerp, 26 July - 8 August 2005. [Reports] author: Katelijne Schiltz
p 175: Conference: canons and canonical techniques 14th-16th century, Leuven, 4-6 October 2005. [Reports] author: Leoford Holford-Strevens
p 177: Conference: canons and canonical techniques 14th-16th century, Leuven, 4-6 October 2005. [Reports] author: Zoe Saunders
p 179: The court suite revisited. [Correspondence] author: Michael Robertson
p 180: Candences in recitative. [Correspondence] author: Christopher Field
p 180: More on Francesco Landini. [Correspondence] author: Mark Kroll
p 183: Abstracts.

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EMM May 2006 # 34.2

p 187: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 189: Musical instruments in the Macclesfield Psalter. author: Jeremy Montagu
p 205: The Renaissance flute in mixed ensembles: surviving instruments, pitches and performance practice. author: Boaz Berney
p 225: The missing link: the trombone in Italy in the 17th and 18th centuries. author: David Guion
p 233: Between theory and practice: comparative study of early music performances. author: Eitan Ornoy
p 249: A Josquin substitution. author: Jesse Rodin
p 259: Forqueray 'Pieces de Viole' (Paris, 1747): an enigma of authorship between father and son. author: Lucy Robinson
p 277: Staging a Handel opera. [Performing Matters] author: Andrew Jones
p 289: Christopher Wilson, ed.: Giovanni Coprario's Rules how to compose (c.1615). [Book Review] reviewer: Anna Jones
p 289: Christopher Wilson, ed.: Thomas Campion's A new way of making fowre parts in counterpoint (c.1614). [Book Review] reviewer: Anna Jones
p 289: Kevin Carnes, ed.: William Bathe's A briefe introduction to the skill of song (c.1580). [Book Review] reviewer: Anna Jones
p 292: Cecilia Luzzi: Poesia e musica nei madrigali a cinque voci di Filippo Di Monte (1580-1595). [Book Review] reviewer: Melanie Marshall
p 293: David Lasocki, ed.: Musicque de Joye: Proceedings of the international symposium on the Renaissance flute and recorder consort, Utrecht 2003. [Book Review] reviewer: Anthony Rowland-Jones
p 296: Andreas Glöckner, ed.: Mattäus Passion, Frühfassung BWV244b. [Book Review] reviewer: John Butt
p 296: Daniel Melamed: Hearing Bach's passion. [Book Review] reviewer: John Butt
p 298: Matthew Flannery: A chronological order for the keyboard sonatas of Domenico Scartlatti (1685-1757). [Book Review] reviewer: Dean Sutcliffe
p 301: Dorothea Link, Judith Nagley, ed.: Words about Mozart in honour of Stanley Sadie. [Book Review] reviewer: David Wyn Jones
p 303: Lewis Lockwood, Mark Kroll, ed.: The Beethoven violin sonatas: history, criticism, performance. [Book Review] reviewer: Clive Brown
p 341: William Byrd at Duke; (Leeds University, Sept 2004). [Reports] author: Philip Taylor
p 342: The polychoral tradition; (34th seminar on early music in Mediterranean society). [Reports] author: Anna Tedesco
p 347: Gottfried Finger's Christmas pastorellas. [Correspondence] author: Peter Downey
p 347: The court suite revisited: a brief response. [Correspondence] author: Erik Albertyn
p 350: Bach's 'Rosetta stone' revisited. [Correspondence] author: John Catch
p 350: Blasco de Nebra edition. [Correspondence] author: Max Wheeler
p 350: Temperament in the 19th century. [Correspondence] author: Douglas Leedy
p 351: Abstracts.

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EMM Aug 2006 # 34.3

p 357: Editorial. author: Fabrice Fitch
p 359: Agricolesque, ou presque: for the Agricola quincentenary. author: Fabrice Fitch
p 375: 'Pater meus agricola est': the early years of Alexander Agricola. author: Rob Wegman
p 391: 'I have never seen your equal': Agricola, the Virgin and the Creed. author: Jennifer Bloxam
p 409: Alexander Agricola and intuitive syllable deployment. author: Warwick Edwards
p 427: 'Music, why do you weep?'; a lament for Alexander Agricola (d.1506). author: Tess Knighton
p 443: Time stands still: devices and designs, allegory and alliteration, poetry and music and a new identification in an old portrait. author: Anthony Rooley
p 465: Revisiting 'Atys': reflections on Les Arts Florissants's production. [Performing Matters] author: Geoffrey Burgess
p 479: Cecilia Panti, ed.: Diffinitorium musice: un dizionario di musica per Beatrice d'Aragona (c.1470); the first printed musical dictionary. [Book Review] reviewer: Ronald Woodley
p 481: Katelijne Schiltz: Vulgate orecchie - purgate orecchie: de relatie tussen publiek en muziek in het Venetiaanse motet oevre van Adriaan Willeart; yielding Willaert's secrets. [Book Review] reviewer: James Chater
p 482: Peter Allsop: Giovanni Battista Buonamente: Franscican violinist; a master of the sonata before Corelli?. [Book Review] reviewer: Andrew Dell'Antonio
p 483: Jonathan Wainwright, Peter Holman, ed.: From Renaissance to Baroque: change in instruments and instrumental music in the 17th century; the Janus faces of the 17th century. [Book Review] reviewer: Peter Walls
p 487: Simon Keefe, ed.: The Cambridge companion to the concerto; dazzling concertos. [Book Review] reviewer: John Irving
p 489: Joseph Kerman: The art of fugue; fugal rejuvenation. [Book Review] reviewer: David Yearsley
p 492: Stanley Sadie: Mozert: the early years, 1756-1781. [Book Review] reviewer: Julian Rushton
p 494: Richard Burnett: Company of pianos. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Latcham
p 497: Pete Stewart: The day it daws: the Lowland Scots bagpipe and its music; the lost history of the Lowland Scottish pipes. [Book Review] reviewer: David Johnson
p 527: Abstracts.

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EMM Nov 2006 # 34.4

p 531: Editorial. author: Tess Knighton
p 533: The impact of Turkish military bands on European court festivals in the 17th and 18th centuries. author: Edmund Bowles
p 561: Toledo Cathedral's lost 'magnifique livre de messes' recovered, and 'new' works by Boluda, Palomares and Navarro. author: Michael Noone
p 587: Tropes for the Ordinary in a 16th century chantbook from Toledo, Spain. author: Lorenzo Candelaria
p 613: Bach-style keyboard tuning. authors: Mark Lindley, Ibo Ortgies
p 625: Bach's temperament, Occam's razor, and the Neidhardt factor. author: John O'Donnell
p 635: Recent approaches in understanding Cristofori's fortepiano. author: Denzil Wraight
p 645: A new 17th century Iberian source of instrumental music. author: Paulo Estudante
p 661: Morley's rule for first-species canon. [Observations] author: Julian Grimshaw
p 669: Jeremy Barlow: The enraged musician - Hogarth's musical imagery. [Book Review] reviewer: Thomas McGeary
p 672: Christopher Callahan, Samuel Rosenberg, ed.: Les chansons de Colin Muset, textes et mélodies. [Book Review] reviewer: John Haines
p 672: Mary O'Neil: Courtly love songs of medieval France - transmission and style in the trouvère repertoire. [Book Review] reviewer: John Haines
p 672: Robert Kehew et al, ed.: Lark in the morning - the verses of the troubadours. [Book Review] reviewer: John Haines
p 675: Bryan Gillingham: Music in the Cluniac ecclesia - a pilot project. [Book Review] reviewer: Lisa Colton
p 677: Kate Van Orden: Music, discipline and arms in early modern France. [Book Review] reviewer: Richard Freeman
p 678: Catherine Massip: Michel-Richard Lalande ou le Lully latin. [Book Review] reviewer: Shirley Thompson
p 678: Lionel Sawkins: A thematic catalogue of the works of Michel-Richard Lalande (1657-1726). [Book Review] reviewer: Shirley Thompson
p 681: Helen Geyer, Wolfgang Osthoff, ed.: Musik aus den venezianischen Ospedali/Konservatorien vom 17th bis zum 19th Jahrhundert; Symposion vom 4 bis 7 April 2001. [Book Review] reviewer: Eleanor Selfridge-Field
p 682: Michael Talbot: The chamber cantatas of Antonio Vivaldi. [Book Review] reviewer: Andrew Jones
p 684: Elizabeth Wells, ed.: Royal College of Music, Museum of Instruments catalogue, part 2; keyboard instruments. [Book Review] reviewer: Michael Latcham
p 717: Alexander Agricola (-1506) - Between vocal and instrumental music; Trossinger Symposium zur Renaissancemusikforschung, 28 April 2006. [Reports] author: Crawford Young
p 717: Cervantes at the Marco Fodella Foundation. [Reports] author: Dinko Fabris
p 718: Twelfth Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, University of Warsaw (26-30 July 2006). [Reports] authors: Tassilo Erhardt, ao
p 720: The Düben collection goes digital; a collection of 17th century music. [Reports] author: Stephen Rose
p 722: Abstracts.

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EMM Feb 2007 # 35.1

p 1: Discontinued.

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