Luca Marenzio: 7th book of five-part madrigals
MS. Mus. e. 53
7th book of five-part madrigals by Luca Marenzio, originally published Venice, 1595. Scored up by James Bartleman in September 1819 (see p. 299) from the parts of the collected edition of Marenzio's madrigals, Madrigalia quinque vocum (Nuremberg, 1601). The set includes 'Deh! dolce anima mia' by Antonio Bicci (1552-1614), included by Marenzio in the original publication.
- Sep 1819
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Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark, e.g. MS. Mus. e. 53, pp. 1-2].
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MS. Mus. e. 53
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CMD ID 16002
7th book of five-part madrigals by Luca Marenzio. Scored up by James Bartleman in September 1819 from the parts of the collected edition of Marenzio's madrigals, Madrigalia quinque vocum.
Biographical / Historical
Luca Marenzio (1553/4-1599) was an Italian composer. See Grove Music Online for further details.
Bookplate of James Bellamy (1819-1909), St John's College, Oxford. Former shelfmark (Faculty of Music Library): M.S.L. 19.d.2a.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred from the Faculty of Music Library, 1995.
ii + 302 pages; 6 staves to a page. Binding: half roan with buckram covered boards.
Oblong quarto (155 × 240 mm)
- 7th book of five-part madrigals by Luca Marenzio
- EAD version 2019 by Hannah Jordan and Margaret Czepiel
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