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"Singing Simpkin presents and appraises textual and musical evidence relating to the stage jig with exemplary thoroughness. The book adds greatly to our picture of stage performance generally, from Shakespeare's time to the Restoration."
Jeremy Barlow | specialist in early English
music from 1550 to 1750
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