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6 - Jean d’Ockeghem

from Part I - Historiography


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Godt, Irving, “An Ockeghem Observation: Hidden Canon in the Missa Mi-Mi?,” TVNM 41 (1991), 79–85
Goldberg, Clemens, “Text, Music, and Liturgy in Johannes Ockeghem’s Masses,” MD 44 (1990), 185–231
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