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Traces of lost late medieval offices? The Sanctilogium Angliae, Walliae, Scotiae, et Hiberniae of John of Tynemouth (fl. 1350) / Sally Harper -- The saints venerated in medieval Peterborough as reflected in the Antiphoner Cambridge, Magdalene College, F.4.10 / David Hiley -- Interactions between Brittany and Christ Church, Canterbury in the tenth century : The Linenthal leaf / Emma Hornby -- A new source of late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century English harpsichord music by Barrett, Blow, Clarke, Croft, Purcell and others / H. Diack Johnstone -- The earliest fifteenth-century transmission of English music to the continent / Margaret Bent -- 'Phantasy mania' : Quest for a national style / David Maw -- Purcell's 1694 Te Deum and Jubilate : Its successors, and its performance history / Matthias Range -- Imitative counterpoint in mid-fifteenth-century English mass settings / Reinhard Strohm -- Double cantus firmus compostitions in the Eton choirbook / Magnus Williamson -- Englishness in a Kyrie (Mis)attributed to Du Fay / Peter Wright -- Continuity, discontinuity, fragments and connections : The organ in church, c. 1500-1640 / John Harper -- 'As the sand on the sea shore' : Women violinists in London's concert life around 1900 / Simon McVeigh -- The carol in Anglo-Saxon Canterbury? / Christopher Page -- Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza and music in an English Catholic house in 1605 / Owen Rees -- Music in Oxford, 1945-1960 : The years of change / Susan Wollenberg -- Three Anglican church historians on liturgy and psalmody in the ancient synagogue and the early church / John Arthur Smith -- Histories of British music and the land without music : National identity and the idea of the hero / Bennett Zon -- John Caldwell (b 1938) : Scholar, composer, teacher, musician / David Maw.