Regole generali di canto fermo raccolte da diversi autori … in questa quarta impresione corrette, & ampliate.

Rome, Mascardi, 1708.

Small 8vo, pp. 80, with a woodcut plate of the Guidonian hand, and typeset musical examples throughout; somewhat toned at extremities, edges a little thumbed, else good, in modern wrappers; ownership inscription to title-page ‘Ego Franciscii Bruni'.

£500

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US $635€585

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‘Fourth’ edition of a small practical manual of plain-chant, with examples, first published in 1651. Fabrizi, a Florentine about whom little is known, was maestro di capella at Santo Spirito in Sassia in Rome. The treatise was referred to by Bononcini in his Musico pratico; a ‘third edition’ of 1678 is mentioned by Fétis, but we can find no trace of that or the second, but there was a ‘fourth edition’ in 1689 of which the present is a reprint.

OCLC records copies at Berlin, Toronto, and Bayerisches Staatsbibliothek, to which we can add Kentucky and Brigham Young.

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