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Cambridge Handbooks to the Historical Performance of Music

During the last three decades historical performance has become part of mainstream musical life. However, there is as yet no one source from which performers and students can find an overview of the significant issues or glean practical information pertinent to a particular instrument. This series of handbooks guides the modern performer towards the investigation and interpretation of evidence found both in early performance treatises and in the mainstream repertory.

General Editors: Colin Lawson, Royal College of Music; Robin Stowell, University of Wales, College of Cardiff

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