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|TITLE:||Sketch of the history of music printing, from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century (Continued from page 475). Fourth period: copperplate engraving.|
|SERIES:||MTimes, Vol. 18, No. 417 (1 Nov 1877), pp. 524-527.|
|PUBL. DATA:||['Parthenia, or the Maydenhead of the first musicke that ever was printed for the Virginals' (London), engraved by William Hole in 1611. 'Diletto spirituale', canzonette a tre et a quattro voci composte da diversi eccmi musici (Rome), engraved by Simone Verovio in 1586. 'Ghirlanda di fioretti musicali', engraved by Verovio in 1589. 'Toccate d'intavolatura d'organo di Claudio Merulo da Correggio...' (2 books), engraved by Verovio in 1598 and 1604. The French copperplate engravers Ballard and Du Plessy. Copperplate engravings of Bach's 'Clavier Uebung' and 'Die Kunst der Fuge' (To be continued)]|
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