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  1. ‘A Rediscovered Source of English Consort Music’, Chelys, 5 (1973–1974), pp. 3–6.

  2. ‘Chetham’s Library Manchester, MS Mun. A.2.6.’, Chelys, 5 (1973–1974), p. 78.

  3. ‘Jacobean Musicians at Hatfield House, 1605-1613’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 12 (1974), pp. 115–136.

  4. ‘Matthew Hutton (1638-1711) and his Manuscripts in York Minster Library’, The Galpin Society Journal, 38 (1975), pp. 2–6.

  5. ‘Autographs of John Coprario, Music & Letters, 56 (1975), pp. 41–46.

  6. ‘John Coprario’s Five- and Six-Part Pieces: Instrumental or Vocal?’, Music & Letters, 57 (1976), pp. 370–378.

  7. ‘Consort Music Manuscripts in Archbishop Marsh’ Library, Dublin’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 13 (1976), pp. 27–63.

  8. ‘Four Caroline Part-Books’, Music & Letters, 59 (1978), pp. 49–51.

  9. ‘Some Manuscript Discoveries of Henry Purcell and his Contemporaries in the Newberry Library, Chicago’, Music Library Association Notes, 37 (1980-1981), pp. 3–7.

  10. ‘Another Six-Part Fantasia by Martin Peerson?’, Chelys, 9 (1980), pp. 4–9.

  11. ‘Music Manuscripts and Books missing from Archbishop Marsh’s Library, Dublin’, Music & Letters, 61 (1980), pp. 310–317.

  12. ‘Manuscript Additions of Music by John Dowland and his Contemporaries in Two Sixteenth-Century Prints’, The Consort, 37 (1981), pp. 399–401.

  13. ‘New Information about the Life of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543-1588)’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 17 (1981 [published in 1982]), pp. 97–114.

  14. ‘A Postscript to “John Coprario: A Thematic Catalogue of his Music with a Biographical Introduction” (New York, 1977), Chelys, 11 (1982), pp. 13–19.

  15. ‘Autographs of Alfonso Ferrabosco I-III, Early Music, 10 (1982), pp. 208–211.

  16. ‘The Motets of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543-1588)’, The Consort, 38 (1982), pp. 445–460.

  17. ‘New Light on Ferrabosco’s Chansons’, The Consort, 38 (1982), pp. 460–461.

  18. ‘Newly Identified Italian Madrigals Englished, Music & Letters, 63 (1982), pp. 276–280.

  19. ‘The English Songs of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder, Studies in Music, 17 (1983), pp. 79–86.

  20. ‘Newly Discovered Manuscript Fragments of an English Vocal Part-Book, c. 1610’ (with Robert Spencer), The Consort, 41 (1985), pp. 52–54.

  21. ‘Ferrabosco Catalogue’, Music & Letters, 66 (1985), pp. 196–198.

  22. ‘English Music in the Library of Moritz, Landgrave of Hessen-Kassel, in 1613’, Chelys, 15 (1986), pp. 33–37.

  23. ‘The Origin of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder’s Six-Part Fantasia C224’, Chelys, 16 (1987), pp. 12–15.

  24. ‘The Huntington Library Part-Books, Ellesmere MSS EL 25 A 4651’, The Huntington Library Quarterly, 50 (1987), pp. 59–84.

  25. ‘New Information about Some of the Consort Music Manuscripts in Archbishop Marsh’s Library, Dublin’, The Consort, 43 (1987), pp. 38–39.

  26. ‘New Sources of the Works of Giovanni Gabrieli’, Musica Disciplina, 40 (1986 [published in 1987]), pp. 135–176.

  27. ‘Newly Discovered Works by Giovanni Gabrieli’, Music & Letters, 68 (1987), pp. 343–363.

  28. ‘Another Keyboard Canzona by Giovanni Gabrieli?’, Early Music, 15 (1987), pp. 480–486.

  29. ‘Giovanni Gabrieli’s Three Settings of “O Jesu mi dulcissime” etc.’, Music & Letters, 69 (1988), pp. 317–318.

  30. ‘A Memorial for Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder’, The Musical Times, 129 (August, 1988), pp. 393–396.

  31. ‘Nine Unattributed Four-Part Works Possibly by William Byrd’, Chelys, 17 (1988), pp. 39–40.

  32. ‘“Fuerunt mihi lacrymae”: Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder or the Younger?’, Altro Polo: Essays on Italian Music in the Cinquecento, ed. Richard Charteris, Sydney: Frederick May Foundation for Italian Studies, 1990, pp. 113–130.

  33. ‘Two More English Sources with Chansons’, Chelys, 19 (1990), pp. 63–64.

  34. ‘The Performance of Giovanni Gabrieli’s Vocal Works: Indications in the Early Sources’, Music & Letters, 71 (1990), pp. 336–351.

  35. ‘Regensburg, Bischöfliche Zentralbibliothek, Butsch 205–210: A Little-Known Source of the Music of Giovanni Gabrieli and his Contemporaries’ (with Gertraut Haberkamp), Musica Disciplina, 43 (1989 [published in 1991]), pp. 235–289.

  36. ‘The Performance of Giovanni Gabrieli’s Vocal Works’, Music & Letters, 72 (1991), pp. 170–171.

  37. ‘Two Little-Known Music Manuscripts in Augsburg with Works by Giovanni Gabrieli and his Contemporaries, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 23 (1990 [published in 1992]), pp. 125–136.

  38. ‘A Rediscovered Manuscript Source with Some Previously Unknown Works by John Jenkins, William Lawes and Benjamin Rogers, Chelys, 22 (1993), pp. 3–29.

  39. ‘Newly Discovered Sources of the Music of Henry Purcell’, Music & Letters, 75 (1994), pp. 16–32.

  40. ‘Further Information about the Hamburg Purcell Sources’, Music & Letters, 75 (1994), p. 659.

  41. ‘A Newly Discovered Manuscript Copy of Christopher Simpson’s The Division Viol, Chelys, 23 (1994), pp. 47–53.

  42. ‘Newly Discovered Manuscript Parts and Annotations in a Copy of Giovanni Gabrieli’s Symphoniae sacrae (1615)’, Early Music, 23 (1995), pp. 487–496.

  43. ‘A Checklist of the Manuscript Sources of Henry Purcell’s Music in the University of California, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles’, Music Library Association Notes, 52 (1995–1996), pp. 407–421.

  44. ‘New Motets by Hans Leo Hassler: Indications of Second Thoughts’, Musica Franca: Essays in Honor of Frank A. D’Accone, ed. Irene Alm, Alyson McLamore, and Colleen Reardon, Festschrift Series No. 18 (Stuyvesant, New York: Pendragon Press, 1996), pp. 511–540.

  45. ‘An Early Seventeenth-Century Manuscript Discovery in Augsburg’, Musica Disciplina, 47 (1993 [published in 1997]), pp. 35–70.

  46. ‘A New Source of Late Renaissance Sacred Vocal Music’, Liber Amicorum John Steele: A Musicological Tribute, ed. Warren Drake, Festschrift Series No. 16 (Stuyvesant, New York: Pendragon Press, 1997), pp. 197–231.

  47. ‘A Rediscovered Collection of Music purchased for St Anna, Augsburg, in June 1618’, Music & Letters, 78 (1997), pp. 487–501.

  48. ‘Charles Barlow: Portrait of a Bibliophile XXXIV’, The Book Collector, 47 (1998), pp. 352–362.

  49. ‘The Music Collection of the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg: A Survey of its British Holdings Prior to the Second World War’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 30 (1997 [published in 1998]), pp. 1–138.

  50. ‘Further British Materials in the Pre-War Music Collection of the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 31 (1998 [published in 2000]), pp. 90–122.

  51. ‘A Newly Discovered Songbook in Poland with Works by Henry Lawes and his Contemporaries’, English Manuscript Studies 1100–1700, 8 'Seventeenth-Century Poetry, Music and Drama' (2000), pp. 225–279.

  52. ‘Thomas Bever and Rediscovered Sources in the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg’, Music & Letters, 81 (2000), pp. 177–209.

  53. ‘Further Manuscript Discoveries in the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek, Augsburg, Musica Disciplina, 51 (1997 [published in 2000]), pp. 179–230.

  54. ‘Theophilus Hawney: A Little-Known Composer and his Much Travelled Works’, Early Music, 28 (2001), pp. 626–632.

  55. ‘New Connections between Eastern Europe and Works by Philips, Dowland, Marais and Others’, Chelys, 29 (2001 [published in 2002]), pp. 3–27.

  56. ‘Giovanni Gabrieli's Sacrae symphoniae (Venice, 1597): Some Rediscovered Partbooks with New Evidence about Performance Practice’, Im Dienst der Quellen zur Musik: Festschrift Gertraut Haberkamp zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Paul Mai (Tutzing: Hans Scheider, 2002), pp. 195–228.

  57. ‘An Early-Seventeenth-Century Collection of Sacred Vocal Music and its Augsburg Connections’, Music Library Association Notes, 58 (2002), pp. 511–535.

  58. ‘Music by Giovanni Gabrieli and his Contemporaries: Rediscovered Sources in the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg’, Musica Disciplina, 52 (1998–2002 [published in 2003]), pp. 251–288.

  59. ‘Music Manuscripts Missing from the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Hamburg’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 35 (2002 [published in 2003]), pp. 1–40.

  60. ‘A New Keyboard Work by Giovanni Gabrieli and the Relevance of its Compositional Technique’, Music & Letters, 85 (2004), pp. 1–21. See
    http://intl-ml.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol85/issue1/index.dtl
    .

  61. ‘A Late Renaissance Music Manuscript Unmasked’, Electronic British Library Journal (2006), article 3, pp. 1–24. See http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2006articles/article3.html.

  62. ‘A Rediscovered Manuscript with Music by Henry Purcell’, Das Jahrbuch des Staatlichen Instituts für Musikforschung 2005 [published in 2007], pp. 124–138.

  63. ‘Richard Dering's Concertato Motets’, Music & Letters, 89 (2008), pp. 698–700.

  64. ‘Wolfgang Hoffmann von Grünbühel's Lute-Book: A New Source from the Early Seventeenth Century’, The Lute, 46 (2006 [published in 2008]), pp. 1–42.

  65. ‘A Selection of Lute Solos from the Lute Book of Wolfgang Hoffmann von Grünbühel’, with an article by Richard Charteris and an edition by John H. Robinson, supplement to Lute News , 84 (December 2007 [published in 2008]) , pp. 1–20.

  66. ‘A Neglected Anthology of Sacred Vocal Music Dating from the Sixteenth Century’, Music & Letters, 90 (2009), pp. 1–34. See
    http://ml.oxfordjournals.org/content/vol90/issue1/index.dtl

  67. ‘Some Early Music Editions in Brussels and Regensburg: Their Historical Connections Unveiled’, In Monte Artium: Journal of the Royal Library of Belgium, 1 (2008 [published in 2009]), pp. 23–55.

  68. ‘Andrea Gabrieli’ and 'Giovanni Gabrieli' ,Geschichte der Kirchenmusik , vol. 1: Von den Anfängen bis zum Reformationsjahrhundert, ed. Wolfgang Hochstein and Christoph Krummacher, in Enzyklopädie der Kirchenmusik, 1/1 (Laaber, 2011), pp. 346–349.

  69. ‘Newly Identified Music Editions from the Private Library of Martin Luther’, In Monte Artium: Journal of the Royal Library of Belgium, 6 (2013), pp. 41–96.

  70. ‘Some Overlooked Manuscript Music in the Bischöfliche Zentralbibliothek Regensburg’, Musik in Bayern, 79/80 (2014/2015 [published in 2016]), pp. 7–60.

  71. ‘A Collection of Georg Rhau's Music Editions and Some Previously Unnoticed Works', Electronic British Library Journal (2017), Article 1, pp. 1–72. See http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2017articles/article1.html



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