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December 01 2001
Introduction: Not Necessarily “English Music”: Britain's Second “Golden Age”
Nicolas Collins Editor-in-Chief
Online Issn: 1531-4812
Print Issn: 0961-1215
© 2001 ISAST
Leonardo Music Journal (2001) 11: 1–3.
Nicolas Collins; Introduction: Not Necessarily “English Music”: Britain's Second “Golden Age”. Leonardo Music Journal 2001; 11 1–3. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/09611210152780593
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