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FWF project no. P 28353-G26

FWF project no. P 24075-G23

FWF Austrian Science Fund

Universitt Salzburg

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Individual copy
Edition:
Location:

GB-Lbl (London, British Library)

Shelfmark:

K.1.h 17

Classification of binding:

sixteenth-century binding

Description of binding:

Front cover: “A D G A A”

Manuscript additions
or corrections:

A1r: woodcut partially colored in red.
A6v (final page of intro), left-hand margin towards the top of page: elaborate hand with pointer finger and large cuff in brown ink. Pointing towards the beginning of text on the page.
A6v (final page of intro), bottom (immediately after “De Tonis.”): stamped red “I9 JY 62”.
B1r-end: All recto pages have title description in the top margin centered. (“De musica 1”, “De scala 2”, “De intervallis 3”, etc.)
C2r: left margin: elaborate hand with pointer finger and large cuff in brown ink. Pointing towards “Quae sunt figurae…”
C3v: first music example has two handwritten custodes in light brown ink.
C3v: “2” in handwritten black ink over “Quid est semitonium” and again over “Quid est tonus”.
C4r: “3” in handwritten black ink over “Semiditonus quid est”, again over “Quid est ditonus”, and again over “Diatesseron quid est”
F3r: three scribbly lines/arcs in light brown ink (accidental?).
G3v and G4r: four elaborate hands with pointer finger and large cuffs in the left margins, pointing to the beginning of each voice.
I3r: beneath “De exceptis a Secundo Canone.”, handwritten in black (dark brown?) ink “Ligatura|non impeficit [sic?] notulam”
K2v, L1v, L2v, L3v, M1v, N3v: elaborate hand with pointer finger and large cuff in the left margin, pointing to the beginning of the discantus.
Y2v(?): same red stamp as previously.

Provenance:

On the title page, in red ink “Sum Abdi a’ Wick / neri, N.”


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