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Two fifteenth-century song books / [music] introduced by Richard Rastall
Bib ID 323685
Format MusicMusic
Description Aberystwyth, Wales : Reproduced under the direction of L. Hewitt for Boethius Press, c1990 
1 score (xxxix, [36] p.) ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0863141528
Series

Musical sources (Boethius Press) ; 27.

Notes

For 1-3 voices.

English, French, and Latin words.

Reproduces 2 mss. of part songs: one in the Cambridge University Library, Add. MS 5943, ff. 161r-173v, the other in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Douce 381, ff. 20r-23v.

Includes critical commentary in English.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Music -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.  |  Part songs -- 15th century.
Other authors/contributors Rastall, Richard  |  Cambridge University Library. Manuscript. Additional 5943, fol. 161r-173v  |  Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Douce 381, fol. 20r-23v

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