A correctly formatted reference will tell you exactly where to find the full article:
Deeming, Helen ‘The sources and origin of the Agincourt Carol’, Early Music 35 (2007), 23-38.
This article was written by Helen Deeming, and the article's title is "The sources and origin of the Agincourt Carol". It was published in 2007 in the journal called "Early Music". It was published in volume 35, and the article appears on pages 23 to 38.
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