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Early Music Publications



“The Wings of the Bourbon: The Early Provenance of the Chansonnier London, British Library, Ms. Royal 20 A. XVI,” Journal of the Alamire Foundation Vol. 4/1 (2012): 91-113.


• Book chapter: “Anne Boleyn’s French Motet Book: A Childhood Gift,” in Ars musica septentrionalis. Eds. Frédéric Billiet and Barbara Haggh. Paris: Presses de l’université Paris-Sorbonne (PUPS), 95-120, 2011.


"Anne Boleyn, a music book, and the northern Renaissance courts : Music Manuscript 1070 of the Royal College of Music, London." PhD dissertation, University of Maryland, 1997.


• “Music Books of Women: Private Treasures and Personal Revelations.” Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Early Modern Women and Material Culture Vol. 4 (2009): 175-85.


“Reflection on the Role of Music in Higher Education and the ‘Learned’ Mind.” The International Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 9/1 (2011): 207-214.


• Book chapter: “Mary Harvey, The Lady Dering (1629-1704)” in Women Composers: An Historical Anthology, Boston: G. K. Hall, 2: 195-200, 1996.


• Book Review “Clément Marot: The Mirror of the Prince, Ahmed Ehsan.  Charlottesville: Rockwood Press, 2005.” In Sixteenth Century Journal: The Journal of Early Modern Studies.  Vol. 39 Spring (2008): 268-269.





Great Lives/Events from History: The Renaissance and Early Modern Era, 1454-1600. Ed. Christina J. Moose.  2 vols. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2005.


• “Anne of Brittany, 1477-1514; Queen of France,” I: 48-50.


• “Foundation of the Saud Dynasty, c. 1500,” I: 1-3.


• “Thomas Tallis, c. 1505-85; English Composer,“ 2: 918-19.




Great Lives/Events from History: The Seventeenth Century: 1601-1700. Ed. Larissa Juliet Taylor. 2 vols.

Pasadena: Salem Press, 2006.


• “Barbara Strozzi, 1619-64; Italian Composer and Musician,” 2: 888-90.


• “Francesca Caccini, 1587-1641; Italian Composer, Singer, and Teacher," 1: 111-12.


• “Emergence of Baroque Music, c. 1601," I: 35-38.



Great Lives from History: The Eighteenth Century: 1701-1800. Ed. John Powell. 2 vols.  Pasadena: Salem Press, 2006.


• “Abd Al-Wahab, 1703-92; Arabia, Founder of the "Wahabi"/Salafi Islamic Movement.”

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