1. Text from Partz, G. H. (ed), Scriptorum II, 1829 p.94, cited in C. Page, Hearpan, doctoral thesis, University of York, 1981, p.214. Page also cites references to St Dunstan in Glastonbury in the 10th century, who was taught "liberal arts" by Irish monks there and who was noted as a player on the harp.
8. The Protestant Advocate, 1814, vol II p. 59. on Google Books.
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