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Stras, Laurie (2002) The works of Orologio: Alessandro Orologio, Opera omnia Early Music, 30, (3), pp. 475-476. (doi:10.1093/em/XXX.3.475).

Book Section

Mirka, Danuta (2002) The passion according to Penderecki In, Bruhn, Siglind (eds.) Voicing the Ineffable: Musical Representations of Religious Experience. Hillsdale, US, Pendragon pp. 189-230. (Interplay: Music in Interdisciplinary Dialogue, 3).

Conference or Workshop Item

Stras, Laurie (2002) The Enigmi musicali of Don Lodovico Agostini and a humanist theory of humor At Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, United Kingdom. 21 Jul 2002.

Stras, Laurie (2002) Seen, sung and heard: the private use of music in Cinquecento Italy At Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, United Kingdom. 18 - 21 Jul 2002.

Stras, Laurie (2002) Voice of the Beehive: vocal technique at the turn of the 1960s At Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, United States.

Stras, Laurie (2002) When is a Madrigal not a Madrigal? At International Musicological Society, 17th International Congress, Belgium. 01 - 07 Aug 2002.

Music Item

Everist, Mark (2002) Ensemble De Cælis, ‘O felices lacrimæ’

Malcomson, Hettie (2002) Ice Girls

Shlomowitz, Matthew (2002) Remembering beginning

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