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‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance

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‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance. / Haddon, Elizabeth.

In: Early Music, Vol. 43, No. 4, 26.11.2015, p. 683-686.

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Haddon, E 2015, '‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance', Early Music, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 683-686.

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Haddon, E. (2015). ‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance. Early Music, 43(4), 683-686.

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Haddon E. ‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance. Early Music. 2015 Nov 26;43(4):683-686.

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Haddon, Elizabeth. / ‘Gabrieli à 2(2)’: Challenges and rewards of technology-enhanced performance. In: Early Music. 2015 ; Vol. 43, No. 4. pp. 683-686.

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