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Opusculu[m] musices perq[ue] breuissimum: de Gregoriana et figuratiua atqz contrapuncto simplici vna cum exemplis idioneis percomode tractans: omnibus cantu oblectantibus vtile ac nessarium. [microform]
Bib ID 3280833
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Quercu, Simon de, 15th century
 
Description Landfhut, J. Weyssenburger, impressit [1516] 
[68] p. illus., music. 21 cm. 
Series

German books before 1601 ; roll 605, item 5.

Notes

Signatures: a-fA, gE, hA.

Third edition.

Reproduction Microfilm. Watertown, Mass., General Microfilm Co., [19--] 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (German books before 1601, roll 605, item 5) 
Subjects Music theory - 16th-17th century.

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