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BANGERT, DanielDoing without thinking? Processes of decision-making in period instrument performancePhDUniversity of NSW2012248
BEARDMORE, MeredithInterpretation and perception in the era of historically informed performance : a case study of J. S. Bach's Partita in A minor BWV 1013 for solo fluteMMusUniversity of Sydney2011125
BELBIN, JillianJohn Christopher Smith (1712-1795): His place in the development of English harpsichord music (including a performance edition of six suites of lessons for the harpsichord op. 3).MusMUniversity of Western Aust.19962 vol
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BOCCHINFUSO, Christopher Michael StandingIntabulations of Music by Josquin des Prez in Lute Books Published by Pierre PhalèseM.A.University of Canterbury20092 vol, 105p, 285p
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CALEY, Margaret AnneRe-contextualising the early French solo violin sonata (c.1692-1723)MMusJames Cook University2005265 + 1 sound CD
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CATSALIS, Marie-LouiseThe serenata and Alessandro Scarlatti: a genre study, with six editionsPhDUniversity of Newcastle20042 vol
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COURT, Sarah Kathleen MaryDeath and Transformation in Romantic Song Cycles: Journeys in InterpretationDMAGriffith University2015166
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CUBBIN, David RThe flute in the eighteenth centuryMAFlinders University1971513
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D'ARCY, SingThe organ as architecture : reconfiguring the ecclesiastical space of the Hispanic BaroquePhDUniversity of Sydney2010
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FRAMPTON, Andrew LeslieJan Dismas Zelenka's Missa Sancti Spiritus, ZWV 4: a critical edition and study of the manuscript sourcesMMusUniversity of Melbourne2015
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JENKINS, Michael William GrahamFroberger and his musical environment with special reference to his keyboard works, and a survey of the cultural influences of the early baroqueMAUniversity of Auckland1970405
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