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Notre Dame in Scotland: W1 and Liturgical Reform at St Andrews

@inproceedings{Steiner2013NotreDI,
  title={Notre Dame in Scotland: W1 and Liturgical Reform at St Andrews},
  author={Katherine Kennedy Steiner},
  year={2013}
}
.......................................................................................................................... i ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ....................................................................................................... v NOTES ON MUSIC, TRANSCRIPTIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS .................................... vii 
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