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The origin of fauxbourdon and its relation to similar English practices cannot be
stated with in'evocable certainty. According to some theories it was a continental
adaptation of a variety of English improvised singing in which the chant melody ...
~pre-Incan militaristic evidence 1:845d Great English Vowel Shift, a series of
changes in the quality of English long vowels in stressed syllables that began in
the early 15th century; collectively, they comprise one of the chief differences ...
1905, near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire), novelist and industrialist whose
sophisticated satires mirrored the changing class structure in post-World War 11
English society. Educated at Eton and Oxford, he entered the family business, ...
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