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Tradition and innovation in late- and postbyzantine liturgical chant, II: Proceedings of the congress held at Hernen castle, the Netherlands, 30 October –3 November 2008. Edited by Gerda Wolfram and Christian Troelsgård (Eastern Christian Studies, 17.) Pp. xxiv + 328 incl. 8 tables, 1 plate, 51 figs and 50 musical examples. Leuven–Paris–Walpole, Ma: Peeters, 2013. €60 (paper). 978 90 429 2748 3 - Studies on the liturgies of the Christian East. Selected papers of the Third International Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, Volos, May 26–30, 2010. Edited by Steven Hawkes-Teeples , Bert Groen and Stefanos Alexopoulos . (Eastern Christian Studies, 18.) Pp. x + 305 incl. 3 ills. Leuven–Paris–Walpole, Ma: Peeters, 2013. €69 (paper). 978 90 429 2749 0

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Tradition and innovation in late- and postbyzantine liturgical chant, II: Proceedings of the congress held at Hernen castle, the Netherlands, 30 October –3 November 2008. Edited by Gerda Wolfram and Christian Troelsgård (Eastern Christian Studies, 17.) Pp. xxiv + 328 incl. 8 tables, 1 plate, 51 figs and 50 musical examples. Leuven–Paris–Walpole, Ma: Peeters, 2013. €60 (paper). 978 90 429 2748 3

Studies on the liturgies of the Christian East. Selected papers of the Third International Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, Volos, May 26–30, 2010. Edited by Steven Hawkes-Teeples , Bert Groen and Stefanos Alexopoulos . (Eastern Christian Studies, 18.) Pp. x + 305 incl. 3 ills. Leuven–Paris–Walpole, Ma: Peeters, 2013. €69 (paper). 978 90 429 2749 0

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