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Repertorium historických hudebních tisků na území ČR,
I: Tisky vokální polyfonie, rané monodie, hudební teorie a tabulatur z let 1500-1630
(Repertory of the Rare Printed Musical Books Now in the Czech Republic, I: 1500-1630)
 

 

Excellentiss. auctorum diverse modulationes, quae sub titulo Fructus vagantur per orbem, a Hieronymo Scoto nuper recognite & edite. Liber primus
Venezia, 1549
Author: none
Printer: Girolamo Scotto
Deposit: NM-ČMH, Praha, bez sign. (9) - D, 1549/4
Composers: Lupi (3), Gardane, Phinot (4), Gombert (4), Iachet (5), anonym

 

Tomus secundus Psalmorum selectorum, quatuor et plurium vocum
Nürnberg, 1553
Author: none
Printers: Joannes Montanus (Berg), Ulrich Neuber
Deposit 1: NK, Praha, 59 E 9727 (2) - T, B, 1553/5
Deposit 2: AbK, Kroměříž, A 30, A 69, A 73, A 77 – C, A, T, B
Composers: Huldericus Braetel (Pratelius), Cornelius Canis, Pierre Certon, Jean Conseil, Benedictus Ducis, Gardane, Gombert (2), Guyon, J. Heugel, Jachet (Jacquet), Josquin Després (6), Pierre de Manchicourt, Morales, Cle. Morel, W. Nordwig, Leonhard Paminger, Senfl, Claude de Sermisy (4), Hubert Waelrant, Adrian Willaert (2), anonym (2)

 

La Bataglie. La Lovette. Le Critz de Paris. Le Chant des Oyseaux. Le Rosignol. Libro primo. — Venetiis. Apud Antonium Gardane MDXXXXV.
Venezia, 1545
Author: Clement Jannequin
Printer: Antonio Gardano
Deposit: AbK, Kroměříž, A 10, 11, 12 – C (def.), A, T, A I 4/491

 

 
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