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Adler, Guido and Oswald Koller.Sechs Trienter Codices : geistliche undweltliche Kompositionen des XV

.Denkmler der Tonkunst in sterreich. Bd.14, 15. Graz: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1900.

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

Bach-Institut, Gttingen, and Bach-Archiv, Leipzig, eds. Alfred Drr and Max Schneider. Ser. II, Bd. 5.

Kassel: Brenreiter, 1972.

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

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.

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.

ed. S. Sadie and J. Tyrrell. 2nd edn. (London: Macmillan, 2001) 17: 276-347.

Eisen, Cliff and Stanley Sadie. "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart." In Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online, (accessed September 6, 2012).

Giger, Andreas. "Social control and the censorship of Giuseppe Verdi's operas in Rome (1844-1859)."

Cambridge Opera Journal 11
(1999): 233-65.

Haydn, Franz Joseph. Symphony, No. 96, (London No. 6) [originally no. 14] in D major. Edited from the

first prints by Ernst Praetorius. London: Eulenburg,1935.

Meconi, Honey. "Art-Song Reworkings: An Overview." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 119 (1994):


Nosow, Robert M. "The florid and equal-discantus motet styles of fifteenth-century Italy." Ph.D. diss., Univ. North

Carolina, 1992.

Tinctoris, Johannes. Opera theoretica, 2 vols. Ed. Albert Seay.Corpus scriptorum de musica 22. American

Institute of Musicology, 1975.

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