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ANON.:  Allegro, Musica Mundi CD 11066
from Program Number 4:  “Surprise”

ANON.:  “O Roma Nobilis”, Capella Antiqua of Munich, Pro Arte PAL 1008
from Program Number 17:  “Parallel #1”

ANON.:  “Retroue” (14th Century), Thurston Dart, organ, London/L'Oiseau-Lyre 50075
from Program Number 19:  “Parallel #2”

ANON.:  “L’homme arme”, The Tallis Scholars, Gimel CDGIM 019
from Program Number 20:  “Baroque Beatles Book/Welcome to the Jungle”

ANON.:  From “The Bird Fancyer’s Delight”, Laurence Trott, “For the Birds”, Spectrum SR 131
from Program Number 33:  “A Musical Aviary”

ANON.:  Allegro, Werner Tharichen & Nicholas Bardach, timpani/Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin/Handley, Musica Mundi CD 11066
from Program Number 36:  “Ma & Pa Kettle Drum”

ANON.:  “Dainty fine Aniseed water”, The Baltimore Consort & The Merry Companions, Dorian DOR 90155
from Program Number 49:  “Imitation Is the Sincerest Form”

ANON.:  “Sumer is icumen in”, The Hilliard Ensemble, Harmonia Mundi HMC 90 1154
from Program Number 52:  “The Fugal Gourmet”

ANON.:  From “Yankee Doodle”, William Grant Nabore, Doron DRC 3001
from Program Number 58:  “Hold That Harmony!”

ANON.:  “Yankee Doodle”, William Grant Nabore, Doron DRC 3001
from Program Number 58:  “Hold That Harmony!”

ANON.:  From “Edi beo thu hevene quene”, Anonymous 4, “An English Ladymass”, Harmonia Mundi HMU 907080
from Program Number 62:  “True or Falsetto”

ANON.:  From “Edi be thu”, The Hilliard Ensemble, “Sumer Is Icumen In”, Harmonia Mundi HMC 901154
from Program Number 62:  “True or Falsetto”

ANON.:  “I will give my love an Apple”, Alfred Deller, “Folksongs”, Harmonia Mundi HMA 190226
from Program Number 62:  “True or Falsetto”

ANON.:  “Neuvas, neuvas! Por tu fe!”, Hilliard Ensemble, “Sacred & Secular Music from Six Centuries”, Hyperion CDA66370
from Program Number 80:  “A Fargo Christmas”

ANON.:  From Offertory: Felix namque, Anonymous 4, “An English Ladymass”, Harmonia Mundi 907080
from Program Number 82:  “Words Fail Me”

ANON.:  From Gloria, Anonymous 4, “An English Ladymass”, Harmonia Mundi 907080
from Program Number 82:  “Words Fail Me”

ANON.:  Duet, Keith Puddy/Gary Brodie, “The Early Clarinet Family”, Clarinet Classics CC 0004
from Program Number 83:  “Clarinet Marmalade”

ANON.:  “Gloria”, Anonymous 4, “An English Ladymass”, Harmonia Mundi 907080
from Program Number 104:  “‘And How Would You Like that Prepared Sir?’ ‘Harmonically, Please.’”

ANON.:  “Wondrous Love”, White Spirituals from the Sacred Harp, New World 80205 2
from Program Number 104:  “‘And How Would You Like that Prepared Sir?’ ‘Harmonically, Please.’”

ANON.:  “L’homme arme”, Boston Camerata/Cohen, Erato NUM 75252
from Program Number 109:  “If It’s a Folk Song, It Isn’t Stealing”

ANON. arr. MORTON:  “L’homme arme”, Boston Camerata/Cohen, Erato NUM 75252
from Program Number 109:  “If It’s a Folk Song, It Isn’t Stealing”

ANON. arr. CALLIOPE:  “L’homme arme”, Calliope, “Dances”, Nonesuch 7 9039 1 G
from Program Number 109:  “If It’s a Folk Song, It Isn’t Stealing”

ANON.:  A piece for an automatic virginal, Divifions, compiled by David Fuller, (LP)
from Program Number 111:  “Leave the Playing to Us”

ANON.:  A piece from a mechanical bird, Musical Clocks, Candide 31093 (LP)
from Program Number 111:  “Leave the Playing to Us”

ANON.:  A piece from an Orchestrion, Musical Clocks, Candide 31093 (LP)
from Program Number 111:  “Leave the Playing to Us”

ANON.:  From Offertory: Felix namque, Anonymous 4, Harmonia Mundi HMU 907080
from Program Number 146:  “Mondo Glissando” — a program about musical sliding around

ANON.:  Introit: Requiem (Gregorian), Choeur des Moines de l'Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Solesmes, Accord 221622
from Program Number 162:  “The End of the World is Nigh”

ANON.:  From “Istampita Palamento”, Das Studio der fruehen Musik, Muenchen/Binkley, “A History of Western Music”, Norton
from Program Number 169:  “Playing by the Rules”

ANON.:  “La mesnie fauveline”, Das Studio der frühen Musik, München/Binkley, “A History of Western Music”, Norton
from Program Number 169:  “Playing by the Rules”

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