A Note from the Editor, Bruce Gustafson
David Schulenberg, Editing the Keyboard Music of Bull and Scheidemann
Honoring God and the City: Music at the Venetian Confraternities, 12601807 by Jonathan Glixon, reviewed by Giulio M. Ongaro
Loratorio musicale italiano e i suoi contesti (secc. XVIIXVIII) edited by Paola Besutti;
Percorsi delloratorio romano, Da historia sacra a melodramma spirituale edited by Saverio Franchi; reviewed by Margaret Murata
Holy Concord within Sacred Walls: Nuns and Music in Siena, 15751700 by Colleen Reardon, reviewed by Kimberlyn Montford
Music and Theatre in France 16001680 by John S. Powell, reviewed by Catherine Cessac
Touched by the Graces: the Libretti of Philippe Quinault in the Context of French Classicism by Buford Norman, reviewed by John Hajdu Heyer
Lully Studies edited by John Hajdu Heyer, reviewed by Rose Pruiksma
Notes of Me: the Autobiography of Roger North edited by Peter Millard, reviewed by Stacey Jocoy Houck
Georg Muffat on Performance Practice edited and translated by David K. Wilson, reviewed by Steven Zohn
The Viol: History of an Instrument by Annette Otterstedt, reviewed by Mary Cyr
Figured Bass Accompaniment in France by Robert Zappulla, reviewed by Charlotte Mattax
Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, volumes 110: Masses, edited by Anne Schnoebelen, reviewed by Stephen R. Miller
Giovanni Rovetta, Messa, e salmi concertati, op. 4 (1639), edited by Linda Maria Koldau, reviewed by Anne Schnoebelen
Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, Messa e salmi, parte concertati, edited by Linda Maria Koldau, reviewed by Andrew H. Weaver
Cesare Borgo, Primo libro di canzonette a tre voci; Giuseppe Caimo, Secondo libro di canzonette a quattro voci, edited by Laura Mauri Vigevani, reviewed by Ruth I. DeFord
Seventeenth-Century Lutheran Church Music with Trombones, edited by Charlotte A. Leonard, reviewed by Stewart Carter
John Hilton, Ayres, or Fa Las for Three Voyces (1627), edited by John Morehen, reviewed by Amanda Eubanks Winkler
Pièces de clavecin ca 1670–1685: fac-similé du manuscrit, Bibliothèque du Conservatoire Royal/Koninklijk Conservatorium, Bruxelles, Ms 27220, Introduction by David Fuller;
Jean Henry DAnglebert, Pièces de clavecin, Introduction by Denis Herlin;
Nicolas de Grigny, Premier Livre dorgue: Édition originale, 1699; Copie manuscrite de J.S. Bach; Copie manuscrite de J.G. Walther, presented by Pierre Hardouin, Philippe Lescat, Jean Saint-Arroman, and Jean-Christophe Tosi; reviewed by David Ledbetter
Claudio Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine, Apollos Fire and Apollos Singers, reviewed by Jeffrey Kurtzman
Henry Purcell: Dido & Aeneas, Clare College Chapel Choir and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, reviewed by Andrew R. Walkling
John Bull, Kevin Komisaruk, organ;
Farnabys Dreame, Timothy Roberts, harpsichord;
Seaven Teares: Music of John Dowland, The Kings Noyse; reviewed by Candace Bailey
Jean-Henry DAnglebert: Pièces de clavecin (Paris, 1689), Hank Knox, clavicytherium, reviewed by David Chung
Practicing Time and Art, t Uitnement Kabinet, reviewed by John Dornenburg
Sequentia: An Online Database for Research into Chant and Liturgy of the Early Modern Era, Nathalie Berton, Cécile Davy-Rigaux, and Deborah Kauffman
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