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Valerio Dorico

music printer in sixteenth-century Rome
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Dorico, Valerio, d. 1565., Music printing -- Italy --

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Statementby Suzanne G. Cusick.
SeriesStudies in musicology ;, [no. 43]
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LC ClassificationsML427.D7 C9 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 315 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4259175M
ISBN 100835711730
LC Control Number81004745

Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome (Studies in Musicology) Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Suzanne G. Cusick. Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome (Studies in Musicology, 43) by Suzanne G.

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Cusick, author of Valerio Dorico "This book undertakes, with great success, the task of presenting both Lucrezia Vizzana as a Valerio Dorico book composer, and her convent as an important moment in the history of women, religion, and the arts in early modern by: Valerio Dorico by Suzanne G.

Cusick; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Music printing; Places: Italy, Rome; People: Valerie Dorico, Valerio Dorico (d. Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome (Studies in Musicology, 43) by Suzanne G. Cusick.

hardcover published without jacket/ex-library with usual markings/clean & unmarked text. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 8vo. cloth xiv, + 1 pages ISBN: InCristobál de Morales (Spanish-born composer) signed a contract with Valerio Dorico, a printer in Rome, and two other publishers.

Over the next year, he oversaw publication of the Missarum liber primus, which appeared on the market in Valerio Dorico: Music Painter in Sixteenth-century Rome: Books - Skip to main content.

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This volume, in near perfect condition, is the second edition of the first volume of a two-volume collection of 16 polyphonic masses originally published in in Rome by Valerio Dorico. The book contains masses composed by Morales (ca. ) when he was a member of the Papal chapel.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cusick, Suzanne G. Valerio Dorico. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person. summary Valerio Dorico: Valerio Dorico book printer in sixteenth-century Rome (Studies in musicology), series Valerio Dorico: Music printer in sixteenth-century Rome (Studies in musicology), book Valerio Dorico: Music printer in sixteenth-century Rome (Studies in musicology), pdf Valerio Dorico: Music printer in sixteenth-century Rome (Studies in musicology), Valerio D.

Valerio Dorico: music printer in sixteenth-century Rome. [Suzanne G Cusick] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Download Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome (Studies in Musicology) PDF Online. Indeed, the Roman printers Valerio and Luigi Dorico never published the following and implicitely announced volumes of Bembo’s letters, owing to disagreements that had arisen between Gualteruzzi and Querini about the publication of other works by Bembo, above all his Historia veneta.

The complete, five-volume collection was published only four year later, inby the Venetian printer Gualtiero : Prph Books. As far as we know, Dorico was the only music printer in Rome to bridge the technological gap between the old double and new single impression processes. Dorico is also famous for publishing the first editions of several of Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina’s works in.

Sell this book. Valerio Dorico: Music Printer in Sixteenth-Century Rome. Formats: New, Used Author: Suzanne G. Cusick; George Buelow Year: Format: Paperback pages ISBN () ISBN: () Filters On. Dorico (/ ˈ d ɒ r ɪ k oʊ /) is a scorewriter developed and released by Steinberg for Microsoft Windows and ed on 19 Octoberit was created largely by former developers of the competing product Sibelius, who were hired by Steinberg following the closure of Avid's London office in July The project was first unveiled on the Making Notes blog by Daniel Spreadbury, on 20 Developer(s): Steinberg.

Abstract. When Vincenzo Galilei, Galileo’s father, had his first book of lute music published by Valerio Dorico in Rome inhe was in his late thirties or early forties.

He had not yet been sent by Count Giovanni Bardi of Florence to study music theory with Zarlino in Venice; there is no reason to suppose that he had as yet engaged in extensive discussions with Bardi about aesthetics.

Publisher: Published by Valerio Dorico, Rome. Dedicatee: Dedicated to Pope Clement VII (Giulio de Medici) (Italian, –, (papacy –34)) Patron: Publication paid for by Cardinal Francesco Armellini de' Medici (Italian, –) Published in: Rome.

Date: Medium: Printed book with hand-colored woodcuts. A book of polyphony written by a Spanish composer who worked in Rome, printed by an Italian living in France, inscribed with the ownership markings of a Portuguese monastery, sits in an American university library. The Missarum liber primus (First Book of Masses), printed by Jacques Moderne (c) incontains eight settings of the.

Rome: Valerio and Luigi Dorico, $18, Folio: x 21 cm. [12],[2] pp. A6, A-B4, C-L6. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION, the first folio edition, and the third edition overall.

Complete with the folding engraved map of Rome by Palatino (Frutaz 12). intavolatvre / de lavto / di vincenzo galileo fiorentino / madrigali, e ricercate / libro primo, roma: valerio dorico, 7 Fronimo dialogo, Vineggia: heirs of Girolamo Scotto, 5 Angelo Gardano (publisher). Fragment: Decretales Gregorii IX, with gloss (Bologna or Avignon) Date: c.

Found in: Massa, usuris.

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Rome: Valerio Dorico, The landscape of medieval jurisprudence changed radically in the 12th century, when the monk Gratian’s revolutionary collection of canons and decrees known as the Decretum began to circulate, quickly becoming the core textbook for canon law. (In Roma: Per Valerio Dorico alla Chiauica de Santa Lucia, ad instantia de m.

Giouan della Gatta, l'anno []), by Giovanni Battista Palatino and Giovanni Battista Palatino (page images at. Libros de polifonía hispana Llibres de polifonia hispana. Institució Milà i Fontanals, Barcelona Musicology. Navigation. Trattado de Glosas (Ortiz, Diego) This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here.

For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below. Rome: Valerio Dorico & Luigi Dorico, Composer: Ortiz, Diego. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of Francesca Caccini at the Medici court, Valerio Dorico, Feminist theory, music theory, and the mind/body problem, "Thinking from women's lives". Parts for canto, tenore, alto, basso, and quinto.

RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales), A/I, C RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales, From the Wolffheim collection.

Choice/form AACR2: vk26 Belo, Francesco. El pedante. Comedia. Roma: Valerio Dorico e Loygi, Scanned by Claudio Ruggeri, Opal Libri antichi, University of Turin. "The story of Vizzana and her convent is unusually vivid, startlingly well-documented, and concrete.

And it is told with wit, passion, and directness."--Suzanne G. Cusick, author of "Valerio Dorico" "This book undertakes, with great success, the task of presenting both Lucrezia Vizzana as a notable composer, and her convent as an important moment.

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THIRD EDITION OF BEMBO'S RHYMESBembo, Pietro. Delle rime di m. Pietro Bembo. Terza impressione. Rome: Dorico, [at colophon:] Stampate in Roma: per Valerio Dorico et Luigi fratelli: ad instantia di Carlo Gualteruzzi, nel mese d'ottobre, 4to, contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title at spine, pp.

[8],[4], Scarce and precious third edition of Bembo's .Request PDF |. Music Books and Their Authors | Using folio choirbooks of Masses as an example, this chapter traces the early emergence of bibliographic authority as it moved from the printer.(In fine) In Roma, per Valerio Dorico ad istanza de m.

Giovan della Gatta, Nineteenth-century half leather binding and faded orange grained paper, blank spine. Ownership note on the front of the endpaper: "Contessa Sofia di Bricherasio".

The volume is composed entirely of its pages trimmed along the border lines and reassembled with sheets to complete them (of different sizes, sometimes.