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The following sources were used throughout our research. We owe tremendous gratitude to all who have worked diligently in this field to provide rich and thorough information with which to study these composers.

Books and Reference Materials

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Journals and Dissertations

Bruder, Harold. "Barbara Kendall-Davies: The Life and Work of Pauline Viardot García, Volume I: The Years of Fame, 1836–1863." Opera Quarterly. 21.4 (2005): 752-757.

Harris, Rachel. “The Music Salon of Pauline Viardot: Featuring Her Salon Opera Cendrillon.” Diss. Louisiana State University, 2005.

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Mathiesen, Penelope. "Elisabetta de Gambarini: The Vocal Option." Continuo: the Magazine of Old Music. XVI/2 (1992), pp. 2-5

Montford, Kimberlyn. “Holy Restraint: Religious Reform and Nuns' Music in Early Modern Rome.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 37, No. 4 (Winter, 2006), pp. 1007-1026. https://www.jstor.org/stable/20478126

Rokseth, Yvonne. “Antonia Bembo, Composer to Louis XIV.” Musical Quarterly, vol. 23, 1937, p. 147.

Waddington, Patrick. “Pauline Viardot-Garcia as Berlioz’s Counselor and Physician.” The Musical Quarterly. 59.3 (1973): 382-398