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1951 Renaissance News  
of it was by W. Barclay Squire. Several leaves have been lost, containing, among others, a composition by Dunstable for five parts. 'Forty-three works remain complete; they are settings of the Magnificat, of the Stabat Mater, and of other texts in honor of the Blessed Virgin. The full title °f Eton College, by the way, is "The King's College of Our Lady of ■Eton beside Windsor." In the Chapel is a series of wall-paintings, partly destroyed, of the year 1479, which depict various miracles
more » ... ted to the Virgin.' "aul Giuliana's study of musical settings of the Magnificat was an nounced in this Newsletter (RN III, 56) in accordance with a report in the Christian Science Monitor, May 27, 1950. However, the Columbia University Press writes us that they know of no agreement on their part to publish this study.
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