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Bibliography

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Bach, Johann Sebastian.Matthuspassion. Neue Ausgabe smtlicher Werke,ed. Johann-Sebastian-

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Kassel: Brenreiter, 1972.



Blackburn, Bonnie J., Edward E. Lowinsky and Clement A. Miller, eds. A Correspondence of Renaissance

Musicians.
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Dufay, Guillaume. Opera omnia. Heinrich Besseler, ed. 6 vols. Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1947-66.

Eisen, Cliff and Stanley Sadie. "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart." The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.

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Eisen, Cliff and Stanley Sadie. "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart." In Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online,

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