Milsom, John

Milsom, John. 2010. William Mundy’s “Vox patris caelestis” and the Accession of Mary Tudor. Music & Letters, 91: 1-38.

Milsom, John. 2010. The Dow Partbooks, Facsimile with introductory study.  Oxford: DIAMM Publications.

Milsom, John. 2007. Caustun's Contrafacta. Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 132/1: 1-31.

Milsom, John. 2005. Influence, models, and intertextuality. 'Imitatio', 'intertextuality', and early music. Citation and Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Musical Culture: Learning from the Learned. Essays in Honour of Margaret Bent, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. edited by Elizabeth Eva Leach and Suzannah Clark,  Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer.

Milsom, John. 2002. Josquin and Jacquet: a New Tudor Source? Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis, 52/2: 117-131.

Milsom, John. 1995. Sacred Songs in the Chamber. English Choral Practice, 1400-1650, edited by John Morehen, 165-6. Cambridge.

Milsom, John. 1993. The Nonsuch Music Library. Sundry Sorts of Music Books: Essays on the British Library Collections Presented to O. W. Neighbour on his 70th Birthday, edited by Chris Banks, Arthur Searle,  and Malcolm Turner, 146-82. London.

Milsom, John. 1988. Tallis's First and Second Thoughts. Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 113: 203-22.

Milsom, John (ed.) 1986. Oxford, Bodleian Library, MSS Music School e. 376381 ("The Forrest-Heather part books"). Renaissance Music in Facsimile.  New York.

Milsom, John. 1985. The Date of Ludford's Lady Masses: A Cautionary Note. Music and Letters, 66: 367-8.

Fenlon, Iain, and John Milsom. 1984. 'Ruled Paper Imprinted': Music Paper and Patents in Sixteenth-Century England. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 37: 139-63.

Milsom, John. 1982. A New Tallis Contrafactum. The Musical Times, 123: 429-31.

Milsom, John. 1980-81. Songs, Carols and Contrafacta in the Early History of the Tudor Anthem. Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, 107: 34-45.