||Dragan Plamenac (1895-1983)
||Collected Works. Vol.1|
New York: American Musicological Society, 1959.
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"The only scholarly monograph on Ockeghem in English is Fitch's study of Ockeghem's masses. Chapter 1 examines the reliability of the ... Chigi Codex: 14 masses have been attributed to the composer, but the author excludes the two so-called speculative masses, Missa cuiusvis toni and Missa prolationum, and the three-voice Missa sine nomine, because of its disputed authenticity" - Karen Desmond on Ockeghem referring to Fitch.