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  • article 1:    The Other Mr. Couperin



  • article 2:    Merula's "Sonata Cromatica": a Case of Misattribution? (with sound clip)



  • article 3:    A Praeludium by William Byrd? (with sound clip)



  • article 4:    Notes to the Teldec Well-Tempered Clavier



  • article 5:    Notes on Bach's Variations for Harpsichord



  • article 6:    The online essay for NAXOS 8.573493-94 / FROBERGER / 23 Suites, Tombeau, Lamentation



  • article 7:    Cavazzoni and the Birth of the Harpsichord Toccata



  • article 8:    The "Luython" Chromatic Ricercar



  • article 9:    A Tombeau de Charles Couperin by his son François Couperin le Grand? (with sound clip)



  • article 10:    Adrian Willaert’s Chromatic Latin Part-song Quid non ebrietas (with sound clip)



  • article 11:    First Publication



  • article 12:    The Road Not Taken



  • article 13:    Iconography in Brescia



  • article 14:    "The Concert" by Titian: a Portrait of Dionisio Memo?



  • article 15:    War and Peace — Clavichords and Fortepianos



  • article 16:    ‘Di Sofonisma nobile Cremonesa, Musica, Letterata, e sopra tutto rarissima Pittrice’



  • article 17:    Tasso on Music



  • article 18:    Clauycordes and the Knight of the Tower



  • article 19:    Claudio Merulo: two new biographical notes



  • article 20:    “A CERTAIN and EXPEDITIOUS METHOD of TUNING the HARPSICHORD” (1790)



  • article 21:    A postscript to Article 1 / Charles Couperin



  • article 22:    An autograph prélude non mesuré by Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre



  • article 23:    The Earliest Monothematic Variation Ricercar



  • article 24:    A Prélude non mesuré by Lully’s daughter?



  • article 25:    “ad pulsandum in organis”



  • article 26:    Two Bachs, Two Buxtehudes



  • article 27:    On Kenneth Gilbert (for the British Harpsichord Society)



  • article 28:    A painted villanella: In Memoriam H. Colin Slim (NEMA Newsletter, Spring 2021)



  • article 29:    TABULATURBUCH WILHELM SIXT (Schweinfurt 1602)



  • article 30:     Bach's Art of Fugue: suggestions for the last gap



  • article 31:    VERHOEVEN / VEROVIO



  • article 32:    da organi et da tocco