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COMINOS, Margaret C. PatrikeosThe rhetorical bias of Romanos' thought-world: musico-textual implications for his kontakiaPhDUniversity of Adelaide1991301
CROSS, RodneyThis blows : social and cultural perceptions of ancient Roman brass instruments and musiciansMResMacquarie University201564
CUNION, K.E.Many beads one string: a study of composition and arrangement techniques in early sacred music, and the larger role of such music formsMCAUniversity of Newcastle2002132
CURRY, RobertFragments of ars antiqua music at Stary Sącz and the evolution of the Clarist order in central Europe in the thirteenth centuryPhDMonash University2003274
De ZUBICARAY, HelenCircumscribing space : exploring the structure and function of the cell and enclosed space in twelfth-century architecture and music PhDUniversity of Queensland19961 vol
DUNCAN, Andrew OliphantNoah Greenberg's presentation of Medieval liturgical music-drama : a study in expediency over scholarship MAMonash University2010116
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KAZIMIERCZAK, BogdanThe percursors of the violin family : emergent technology and technique from late classical antiquity to the early RenaissanceMMusUniversity of Adelaide198096
KELLY, EamonnMaidservants to the muse: professional female musicians in Roman Italy, 200 BC - 400 ADMMusUniversity of Melbourne2002101
LIGHTBOURNE, Ruth ElizabethHildegard of Bingen, Ordo virtutumMAUniversity of Otago1990258
MARASCO, MaryJohannes Ciconia: speculating or relating?MAMonash University1999149
MARETT, Allan1976 Hakuga’s flute score:an examination of the sources, notation and historical significance of the oldest surviving source in flute notation for the Togaku repertory of Japanese music, the Hakuga noPhDOverseas1976
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MONTEFU, Jennette LaurenThe latin texted motets of Guillaume de Machaut MMusAustralian Catholic University2003162
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WHITELAW, Maureen S.An analysis of the inter-dependent musical structures of seven three-voiced motets of Philippe de Vitry PhDMonash University1991184
WILLIAMS, Carol JaniceThe Mancini Codex: a manuscript studyPhDUniversity of Adelaide19833 vol
WINSOR, KeithThe music of the law: a comparative study in the history and philosophy of law and music in ancient civilisations of the westMGenStudUniversity of NSW1983300
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