Bibliography

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  • Adorno, Theodor W. 1956. Dissonanzen: Musik in der verwalteten Welt. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
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  • Bartholomaeus Anglicus. 1988. On the Properties of Things: John Trevisa’s Translation of Bartholomaeus Anglicus, de Proprietatibus Rerum: A Critical Text. Edited by John de Trevisa. Translated by Trevisa, John de. Oxford University Press.
  • Anthony, James R. 1985. French Baroque Music from Beaujoyeulx to Rameau. Revised and Expanded Edition. 2nd ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.
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  • Ashbee, Andrew, David Lasocki, Peter Holman, and Fiona Kisby. 1998. A Biographical Dictionary of English Court Musicians, 1485-1717. Aldershot & Brookfield, VT.: Ashgate.
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  • Baines, Anthony. 1948. “James Talbot’s Manuscript (Christ Church Library Music Ms 1187): I. Wind Instruments.” Galpin Society Journal 1: 9–26.
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  • Bale, John. 1548–1549. Scriptorum illustrium maloris Brytanniae, hoc est, Angliae, Cambriae, ac Scotiae Summarium … Catalogus [A Summary of the famous writers of Great Britain, that is, of England, Wales and Scotland]. Ipswich & Wesel: John Overton.
  • Ballester, Jordi. 2000. “La flauta dulce en la antigua corona de Aragón a finales del siglo XIV: Nuevas aportaciones [The Recorder in the Ancient Kingdom of Aragón at the End of the Fourteenth Century: New Contributions].” Revista de flauta de pico 15: 9–12.
  • Bashford, Christina. 1991. “Perrin and Cambert’s ‘Ariane, Ou Le Mariage de Bacchus’ Re-Examined.” Music & Letters 72 (1): 1–26.
  • Bergmann, Walter. 1959. “Henry Purcell’s Recorder Music.” Recorder News, New Series 25: 9–11.
  • Bergmann, Walter. 1957. “Golden Rules for Ensemble Playing.” Recorder News, no. June: 191.
  • Bergmann, Walter. 1972. “26 Golden Rules for Ensemble Playing.” American Recorder 13 (3): 76–77.
  • Bergmann, Walter. 1976. “Golden Rules for Recorder Playing.” Recorder & Music 5 (6): 191.
  • Boragno, Pierre. 1998. “Flûtes du moyen age: éléments de recherche [Members of the Flute Family of the Middle Ages: Elements of Research].” Les cahiers de musique médiévale 2: 6–20.
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  • Braggard, Roger, and Ferdinand J. de Hen. 1967. Musical Instruments in Art and History. Translated by B. Hopkins. London: Barrie & Rockliff.
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  • Brossard, Sébastien de. 1703. Dictionnaire de la musique contenant une explication des termes Grecs, Latins, Italiens, & François les plus usitez dans la musique [Dictionary of Music Containing an Explanation of Greek, Latin, Italian and French Terms Most Used in Music]. 2nd ed. Paris: Christophe Ballard. http://imslp.org/wiki/Dictionnaire_de_musique_%28Brossard,_S%C3%A9bastien_de%29.
  • Brown, Howard Mayer. 1995. “The Recorder in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.” In The Cambridge Companion to the Recorder, edited by John Mansfield Thomson and Anthony Rowland-Jones, 1–25. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Brüggen, Frans. 1999. “Morgan ist tot [Morgan is Dead].” Tibia 24 (3): 558. http://www.moeck.com/uploads/tx_moecktables/1999-3.pdf.
  • Buch, David J. 1994. Dance Music from the Ballets de Cour 1575 – 1651. Historical Commentary, Source Study, and Transcriptions from the Philidor Manuscripts. Wendy Hilton Dance and Music Series 7. Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press.
  • Burney, Charles. 1776–1789. General History of Music, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Period. 4 vols. London: Printed for the author, and sold by T. Becket et al. http://imslp.org/wiki/A_General_History_of_Music_(Burney,_Charles).
  • Cambell, Margaret. 1975. Dolmetsch: The Man and His Work. London: Hamish Hamilton.
  • Carter, Henry H. 1961. Dictionary of Middle English Musical Terms. Indiana University Humanities Series 45. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Castellani, Michèle. 2000. “Encontradas flautas de hueso en China en una excavación del neolítico [Bone flutes found in China in a Neolithic Excavation].” Revista de flauta de pico 15: 38.
  • Chambers, John, ed. 1829. A General History of the County of Norfolk. Vol. 2. London: John Stacey. http://books.google.com.au/books/about/A_general_history_of_the_county_of_Norfo.html?id=_Q4HAAAAQAAJ&redir_esc=y.
  • Chappel, William, and Sir G.A. Macfarren. 1855–1856. Popular Music of the Olden Time: A Collection of Ancient Songs, Ballads, and Dance Tunes, Illustrative of the National Music of England … Also, a Short Account of the Minstrels. 2 vols. London: Cramer Beale & Chappell. http://imslp.org/wiki/Popular_Music_of_the_Olden_Time_(Chappell,_William).
  • Collier, John P. 1831. Annals of the Stage from the Origin of the Drama in England to the Restoration. Vol. 1. London: John Murray.
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  • Cust, Lionel. 1917–1918. “The Lumley Inventories.” Walpole Society 6: 29.
  • Davis, Alan. 1996. “Purcell and the Recorder.” Recorder Magazine 16 (1): 9–15.
  • Dessy, Raymond, and Lee Dessy. 2001. “Sound-off: Recorder Mikes: What Sounds Good, Is Good!” http://members.iinet.net.au/~nickl/articles/mikes.pdf.
  • Dolmetsch, Arnold. 1915. The Interpretation of the Music of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Revealed by Contemporary Evidence. Handbooks for Musicians. London: Novello. http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Interpretation_of_the_Music_of_the_17th_and_18th_Centuries_(Dolmetsch,_Arnold).
  • Douce, Francis. 1807. Illustrations of Shakespeare, and on Ancient Manners: With Dissertations on the Clowne and Fools of Shakespeare; on the Collection of Popular Tales Entitled  Gesta Romanorum; and on the English Morris Dance. 2 vols. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme. https://archive.org/details/illustrationssh01doucgoog.
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  • Flickinger, Tatiana. 2019. “Die Blockflöte in »Harry Potter« [The recorder in ‘Harry Potter’].” Windkanal, no. 3.
  • Flood, W.H. Grattan. 1905. A History of Irish Music. Dublin: Browne & Nolan. http://www.libraryireland.com/IrishMusic/Contents.php.
  • Flood, W.H. Grattan. 1912–1913. “Entries Relating to Music in the English Patent Rolls of the 15th Century.” The Musical Antiquary
  • Fountain, Henry. 1999. “After 9,000 Years, Oldest Playable Flute Is Heard Again.” New York Times on the Web. September 28. http://www.nytimes.com/library/national/science/092899sci-archeology-china.html.
  • Foxe, John. 1563. Acts and Monuments. London: John Day. http://www.johnfoxe.org/.
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  • Gairdner, James, and Robert H. Brodie, eds. 1895. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, of the Reign of Henry VIII  Preserved in the Public Record Office, the British Museum, and Elsewhere in England. Vol. 14/2. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO). http://www.british-history.ac.uk/search/series/letters-papers-hen8.
  • Galloway, David, ed. 1984. Norwich 1540-1642. Records of Early English Drama. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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  • Godwin, Joscelyn. 1977. “Main Divers Acors.” Early Music 5 (2): 148–59.
  • Godwin, Joscelyn. 1973. “Robert Fludd’s Symbolic Recorder.” American Recorder 14 (1): 17.
  • Gosson, Stephen. 1579. The Schoole of Abuse: Conteining a Plesaunt Inuective Against Poets, Pipers, Plaiers, Iesters and Such Like Caterpillers of a Commonwealth; Setting VP the Flagge of Defiance to Their Mischieuous Exercise, and Ouerthrowing Their Bulwarkes, by Prophane Writers, Naturall Reason, and Common Experience: A Discourse as Pleasaunt for Gentlemen That Fauour Learning, as Profitable for All That Wyll Follow Vertue. London: Thomas Woodcocke. http://hdl.handle.net/1794/738.
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  • Grasshoff, Fritz, and Hermann A. Moeck. 1974. Den singende Knochen: Kurzgelochte Parahistorie zur echten Flötenforschung unter Benutzung des Tibilarium Moeckii d. i. Hermann Moecks wissenschaftliche Beschreibung wie man auf Bein und Holz geblasen hat und bläst [Of the Singing Bones: Brief Parahistory of the True Recorder Research, Making Use of the Tibilarium Moeckii, i.e., Hermann Moeck’s Scholarly Description of How One Plays and has Played on Bone and Wood]. Celle: Edition Moeck.
  • Guileville, Guillaume de. 1859. The Booke of the Pylgremage of the Sowle, Translated from the French of Guillaume de Guileville and Printed by William Caxton An. 1483 with Illuminations Taken from the MS Copy in the British Museum. Edited by K.I. Cust. London: Basil Montagu Pickering. https://archive.org/details/bookepylgremage00guilgoog.
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  • Halfpenny, Eric. 1983. “Serpent in the Midst.” American Recorder 24 (2): 65.
  • Halfpenny, Eric. 1953. “Serpent in the Midst.” Recorder News, New Series 8 (4): 4.
  • Halfpenny, Eric. 1952. “Serpent in the Midst.” Recorder News, New Series 7: 2.
  • Hall, Rodney. 1978. S. Manifold: An Introduction to the Man and His Work. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.
  • Halliwell, James O. 1850. Palatine Anthology: A Collection of Ancient Poems and Ballads, Relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. London: For private circulation only [printed by C. and J. Adlard]. https://archive.org/details/palatineantholog00hallrich.
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  • Holmes, S.C.A. 1966. “Letters: Bacon on the Recorder.” Recorder & Music 2 (1): 26.
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  • Hunt, Edgar H. 2002. The Recorder and Its Music. Revised and enlarged. Hebden Bridge: Peacock Press.
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  • Koldeweij, Jos. 1993. “‘The Best Flutes Come from a Donkey’s Bone’: The Recorder in 17th-Century Dutch Art = ‘Van Eens Esels Been de Beste Fleuyten Comen’: De Blokfluit in de Nederlandse Kunst van de 17e Eeuw.” In Programma: Holland Festival Oude Muziek, 27 Augustus-5 September 1993, 53–62. Utrecht: STIMU Stichting Muziekhistorische Uitvoeringspraktijk (Foundation for Historical Performance Practice).
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  • Rowland-Jones, Anthony. 2001. “Some Thoughts on the Word ‘recorder’ and How It Was First Used in England.” Early Music Performer 8: 7–12.
  • Rowland-Jones, Anthony. 2000. “Einige Überlegungen zum Begriff Recorder [Some Thoughts on the Word Recorder].” Tibia 25 (2): 89–97. http://www.moeck.com/uploads/tx_moecktables/2000-2.pdf.
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