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MUSIC OF THE PORTUGUESE RENAISSANCE. Motets by...: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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RENAISSANCE MASTERPIECES: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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THE PLAY OF DANIEL: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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THE PLAY OF DANIEL: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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ANONYMOUS: Missa Tournai. Missa Barcelona (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BARNBY, JOSEPH: Sweet and Low. The Kiss (Review by John Bauman)

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BEALE: Come, Let lis Join the Roundelay (Review by John Bauman)

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BENNET, JOHN: Luer falconers. Round about in a fair ring (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BISHOP, HENRY: Foresters Sound the Cheerful Horn (Review by John Bauman)

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BRIDGE, (JOHN) FREDERICK: The Goslings. Two Snails (Review by John Bauman)

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BROWN, RICHARD: We cats when assembled (Review by J. F. Weber)

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COLEMAN, EDWARD: The glories of our birth and state (Review by J. F. Weber)

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COOKE, BENJAMIN: Epitaph on a Doormouse (Review by John Bauman)

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COOKE, CARLTON: Strike the Lyre (Review by John Bauman)

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ELGAR: As Torrents in Summer (Review by John Bauman)

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GOSS: List! For the Breeze (Review by John Bauman)

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HATTON: When Ev'nings Twilight (Review by John Bauman)

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HORSLEY: Come Gentle Zephyr (Review by John Bauman)

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ÍSUM: Celia learning (Review by J. F. Weber)

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LASSUS: Requiem for Four Voices (Review by J. F. Weber)

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LASSUS: Requiem for Four Voices (Review by J. F. Weber)

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LASSUS: The Lamentations of Jeremiah. Aurora lucia rutilât. Surgens Jesus. Christus resur-gens. Regina caell. Magnificat super Aurora lucis. Requiem for four voices (Review by J. F. Weber)

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LESLIE: Charm Me Asleep (Review by John Bauman)

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PALESTRINA: Missa Papae Marcelli. Stabat Mater (Review by Gwendolyn Haverstock)

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PALESTRINA: Missa Papae Marcelli. Stabat Mater (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PALESTRINA: Missa Papae Marcelli. Stabat mater. Missa L’homme armé. Alma redemptoris mater. Peccantem me quotidie (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PAXTON: Breathe Soft, Ye Winds (Review by John Bauman)

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PEARSALL: There is a Paradise on Earth. O Who Will O'er the Downs So Free. Waters of Elle (Review by John Bauman)

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PIERS: Hey trola, trola (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PURCELL: Incidental Music from Oedipus. Christchurch Bells. I gave her cakes and ale. 'Tis wine was made to rule the day. He that drinks is immoral. Tom the Taylor. Sir Walter. Arise ye subterranean winds. Lost is my quiet for ever. When the cock begins to crow. My lady's coachman John. As Roger last night. Hark, how the wild musicians. Not all my torments. Laudate Cecíliám (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: Incidental Music from Oedipus. Christchurch Bells. I gave her cakes and ale. 'Tis wine was made to rule the day. He that drinks is immoral. Tom the Taylor. Sir Walter. Arise ye subterranean winds. Lost is my quiet for ever. When the cock begins to crow. My lady's coachman John. As Roger last night. Hark, how the wild musicians. Not all my torments. Laudate Cecíliám (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: Since time so kind. Once, twice, thrice, Would you know how we meet (Review by J. F. Weber)

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RAVENSCROFT: Hey ho, to the greenwood. Yonder comes a courteous knight. I cannot come every day. Tomorrow the fox will come. Canst thou love and lie alone. Who liveth so merry. Long have we been perplext. Hey ho, nobody at home. Give us once a drink. Who's the fool now? (Review by J. F. Weber)

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SMART: The Squired (Review by John Bauman)

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SULLIVAN: The Long Day Closes (Review by John Bauman)

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