Music & Letters,Vol. 99 No. 1, The Author(s) (2018). Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. The Editorial Board has made grants to the following towards costs in connection with the projects indicated: Peter Asimov towards the cost of the conference ‘Rethinking Musical Arrangement and Transcription’, Cambridge, May 2018; Nicholas Bleisch towards the cost of the conference ‘Trouve' res Transposed: Sounding Conversations between Chansons and their Relatives’, Cam- bridge, May 2018; Katherine Butler towards the editorial costs of Music, Myth and Story in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, to be published by Boydell & Brewer; Mine Dog antan-Dack to present a paper at the Performance Studies Network Fifth International Conference, Oslo, July 2018; Juliet Fraser towards the cost of the symposium ‘Eavesdropping’, London, March 2018; Emma Kavanagh to present a paper at the conference ‘Masculinities and their Cliche¤ s in Music and Theatre’, Graz, July 2017; Barbara Kelly towards the costs of organizing the conference ‘Claude Debussy in 2018: A Centenary Celebration’, Manchester and Glasgow, March 2018; Anna Stoll Knecht towards the cost of organizing the conference ‘Wagner 1900’, Oxford, April 2018; Alexander Robinson towards the cost of organizing the conference ‘Musical Culture in the Wars of Religion (1550^1650)’, Cambridge, March 2018; and Ian Sapiro to present a paper at the confer- ence ‘Reading Musicals: Sources, Editions, Performance’, Carmel, Indiana, May 2018. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/ml/article-abstract/99/1/151/4996160 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 21 June 2018
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