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The lute music of Francesco Canova da Milano, 1497-1543. volumes I and II [music] / edited by Arthur J. Ness
Bib ID 2084127
Format MusicMusic
Author
Francesco, da Milano, 1497-1543
 
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Access Conditions Available for reference. Not available for loan. 
Description Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1970 
xxxii, 473p. of music : ill., facsims. ; 31 cm. 
Series

Harvard publications in music ; 3-4

Notes

Two volumes in one.

In tablature and modern notation.

Includes historical and biographical information.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 12-16).

Introductory information in English.

Subjects Lute music - 16th century
Other authors/contributors Ness, Arthur J

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