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Robert Wilkinson

(c. 1450—1515) composer


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Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine, second edition, Michael Eddlestone, Robert Davidson, Robert Wilkinson, Stephen Pierini. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004. xxvi + 686 pp., paperback, ISBN: 0-19-852509-5, (£24.95)

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 Michael Eddleston, Robert Davidson, Robert Wilkinson and Stephen Pierini
 Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2004
 ISBN 0-19-852509-5. £24.95, 712 pp.

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(c.1475/80–c.1515),

English composer at Eton where he was informatur choristarum (c.1500–15) and constable in 1502. His large-scale, intricate, contrapuntal sacred music (including the nine-voice ‘Salve regina’) is contained in the Eton choirbook.

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