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Sydney Robinson Charles, George R. Hill, Norris L. Stephens and Julie Woodward

Sydney Robinson Charles

, revised by George R. Hill, Norris L. Stephens and Julie Woodward

The term ‘historical edition’ may be applied to any music publication that is devoted to a past repertory. The class of historical edition most valuable for the study of original versions of past music is the ‘scholarly’ or ‘critical’ edition. Prepared on the basis of a critical evaluation of all known primary sources, this class of edition is designed to present the most authoritative authentic version of its contents, with editorial material clearly distinguished from the original. The scholarly edition may be contrasted with the ‘practical’ or ‘performance’ edition, which is usually produced from unstated or secondary sources and may incorporate additions or changes designed to help the modern performer....

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( GB-WRec 178). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

Browne, John (i)

Davy, Richard

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( GB-Ge Euing 25 (olim R.d.43)). See Sources of lute music, §7.

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( GB-Ge Euing 25 (olim R.d.43)). See Sources of lute music, §7.

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( S-Sk Tabl.1). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).

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( DK-Kk Thott. 4° 841). See Sources of lute music, §3.

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Steven Immel

Name given to a genre of book publishing based on photo-mechanical printing techniques that attempts to recreate the appearance of an original handwritten manuscript or printed edition. Facsimile reproductions employ a wide range of photographic methods and materials. The most sophisticated try to be as faithful to the original as possible by replicating its size, colours, paper, binding and, sometimes, physical condition. It is important to note that facsimile editions are not fakes or forgeries. They are produced, conceived and used as tools for study or investigation by scholars, researchers, teachers and others who might not have access to the original material, although they occasionally become collectable in their own right owing to instances of exceptional craftsmanship or rarity....

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(I-FZc 117). See Sources, MS, §IX, 12, and Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (i)

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Nigel Simeone

A publication of essays and other contributions usually issued to celebrate the birthday of a distinguished scholar, as a memorial volume, or on the occasion of an important anniversary. While Festschriften are described by a German word (and the custom of publishing them began in Germany), the phenomenon of producing such collections is an international one, with numerous series or individual volumes in English, French, Italian, and, indeed, in almost every other language used for scholarly writing. According to the ...

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( GB-Cfm 32.g.29). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (vi).

Keyboard music, §I, 3: 17th century

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( GB-Ob Mus.Sch.e.376–81). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

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( GB-Lbl R.M.24.d.3). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (vi).

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( GB-Lbl Add.40011 B). See Sources, MS, §IX, 3.

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See Sources, MS

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( PL-Kj 40098). See Sources, MS, §IX, 7, and Sources of instrumental ensemble music to 1630, §4.

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( GB-Lbl Add.17802–5). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

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( D-W Guelf. 18.7 Aug.2°; 18.8 Aug.2°). See Sources of lute music, §3.

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( CH-SGs 390–91). 10th–11th-century antiphoner and tonary. See Sources, MS, §II, 2.

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( GB-Cp 471–4). See Sources, MS, §IX, 19.

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( US-NH 21.h.59). See Sources of keyboard music to 1660, §2, (iii).