Volume 11, Number 2, Fall 2020
On the cover: Stained glass window in St. Alfege Church at Greenwich depicting sixteenth-century composer Thomas Tallis. After St. Alfege was bombed in 1941, renovations took place, including the addition of several stained glass windows commemorating famous individuals associated with the church. Renowned as the “Father of English Church Music” and buried beneath the church, Tallis was a choice candidate. Image is public domain.
Issue DOI: https://doi.org/10.15385/jmo.2020.11.2
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