Some biographical notes on English church musicians, chiefly working in London (1485-1569). by Hugh Baillie

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Photocopied from the Research Chronicle of the Royal Musical Association, vol. 2 (1962), p. 19-57.

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3 () PP- vi+   33 H. Baillie, 'Some biographical notes on English church musicians, chiefly working in London', Royal Musical Association research chronicle, ii (), p; the activities of this fraternity are discussed more fully in H.

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