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, Cynthia J Ley <cley@j...> wrote:
> any thoughts, short of a transatlantic flight to the Bodleian
I could be wrong, but I think the Oxford manuscript really is the only
source for "Miri it is" -- it's MS. Rawlinson G.22, which I don't see
online at the DIAA site. One of the book-form reproductions will
probably be your best bet for the original notation, unless someone's
got better Google skills than I do and can find an image online!
Alternatively, you could get in touch with Al Cofrin, who publishes an
early music "fake book" that includes "Miri it is," and ask him if he
worked from an original version...
-Sabine de Kerbriant