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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)

 

 

1 / 27 Venceslai Philomathis de nova domo: musicorum libri quattuor: compendioso carmine elucubrati
Wien, 1512
Author: Wenceslaus Philomathes de Nova Domo
Printers: Hieronimus Vietor, Johannes Singrenius
Deposit: KNM (Pnm), Praha, 57 B 23, B II, s. 650

 

2 / 27 Compendiaria Musice artis aeditio cuncta que ab practicam attinent mira quadam breuitata complectens
Leipzig, 1516
Author: none
Printer: Wolfgang Monacenus
Deposit: KNM (Dobrovský) (Pdobr), Praha, Ms C 36 (1), -

 

3 / 27 Isagoge in Musicam melliflui doctoris sancti Bernhardi. Opus musicum divi ac dulcissimi patris Bernhardi
Leipzig, 1517
Author: Bernhard de Clairvaux
Printer: Melchior Lotter
Deposit 1: KNM (Dobrovský) (Pdobr), Praha, Ms C 36 (2), B VI/1, s. 140-141
Deposit 2: Muzeum (Úm), Ústí nad Labem, DK 22 a 185/ 199

 

4 / 27 Frottole intabulate da sonare organi. Libro primo
Roma, 1517
Author: Bernhard de Clairvaux
Printer: Andrea Antico
Deposit: KNM (Dobrovský) (Pdobr), Praha, gg 19 (1), 1517?
Composers: M. Cara (3), Rainier, B. Tromboncino (19), anonym (3)

 

5 / 27 Musicorum libri quatuor
Wien, 1523
Author: Wenceslaus Philomathes de Nova Domo
Printer: Johannes Singrenius
Deposit: KNM (Pnm), Praha, Pnm 57 B 36, B II, s. 651

 

 

 

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