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Instrumental Music Printed before 1600

A Bibliography

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674731677

Publication Date: 01/01/1965

559 pages

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With impeccable scholarship, Howard Brown lists and describes all of the volumes of instrumental music published in the sixteenth century. Because much sixteenth-century instrumental music was based on vocal scores, he supplies, wherever possible, vocal models for the instrumental intabulations. When available, modern editions of collections and individual pieces are listed. Five separate indexes (Libraries and Their Holdings; Volumes Described, Arranged by Types of Notation; Volumes Described, Arranged by Performing Medium; Index of Names; Index of First Lines and Titles) provide a complete guide to the contents of the Bibliography.

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