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Cambridge Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music

This series continues the aims of Cambridge Studies in Music but now focuses on the medieval and Renaissance periods. As with the earlier series, the central concern is to publish books which make an original contribution to the study of music in its widest sense. Thus the relationship of music both to a broad historical and social context and to the other arts will be an important feature.

General Editors: Iain Fenlon; Thomas Forrest Kelly; John Stevens

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