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How to analyze a journal citation
Lockwood, Lewis. "Performance and "authenticity"." Early music 19.4 (November 1991): 501-506.
The citation refers to an article in a journal.
Tip: Search Omni by Journal Search to see if Queen's Library subscribes to the journal early music. Omit initial articles (the, an, a), if any. Ignore punctuation and case.