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    William Lawes, The Harp Consorts, Editor of Harp Part. PRB Productions, VC 062, 2007

   Article 50827 Harp V {Europe and the Americas: Diatonic and chromatic harps, 5. Multi-rank harps in Europe outside Spain, (ii) Repertory & Harpists,  (iii) The late Renaissance and Baroque periods: triple harps, c) The British Isles-England and Wales.”  The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians,  London 2001.

   A Performer’s Guide to Medieval Music.  Contributing author/scholar.  Edited by Ross W. Duffin.  Indiana University Press, 2000.

   “Vincenzo Galilei’s Comments on the Arpa Doppia.”  Historical Harp Society Bulletin (Spring, 1999).

   "Basic Practical Advice on Playing the Late Medieval Harp.”  Historical Harp Society Bulletin (Fall, 1997):3-15.

   The Works for Arpa Doppia by Giovanni Maria Trabaci (c.1575-1647).  DM dissertation. Indiana University, Bloomington, December 1996.

   “The Twelve Harps of Ossian: An Overview of Jean-Francois Le Sueur’s Ossian ou Les Bardes.  The American Harp Journal (Winter, 1987).

   “The Arpa Doppia in Seventeenth Century Naples: An Introduction.”  American Harp Journal Vol. 10, No. 3 (Summer 1986): 36-43.

   “For the Harpe, Base Violl, Violin and Theorbo: The Consorts of William Lawes (1602-1645).”  American Harp Journal Vol. 10, No. 2 (Winter 1985): 15-20.

   "Visual Style in Television", with Brien R. Williams.  Journal of Film and Video, (Winter 1984).


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