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Tetrachordum musices.

Nuremberg: Friedrich Peypus, 1514, vdm: 132

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Title page:

Tetrachordũ Musi||ces Joannis Coclei Norici. Arti=||um Magistri: Nurnbergae aeditum: pro || iuuentute Laurentiana in primis:|| dein pro ceteris quoq𝔷 Mu||sarum Tyrunculis.|| [dedicatory poems by Willibald Pirckheimer and Benedictus Chelidonius] || HVIVS TETRACHORDI QVATVOR || Tractatus.|| Primus De Musices elementis || Secundus De Musica Gregoriana || Tertius De octo tonis Meli || Quartus De Musica mensurali || [right-hand column:] Quorū quilibet decem || capita complectitur.

Colophon:

¶ Finis Tetrachordi Musices Nurnber||gæ lmpressi [sic] in Officina excuso⸗||ria Friederici Peypus An⸗||no salutis 1514.

Author:
Johannes Cochlaeus; Willibald Pirckheimer; Benedictus Chelidonius
Printer:
Friedrich Peypus
Place of printing:

Nuremberg

Year:
1514
Further information on dating: from colophon
Type of source:

Theory book

Catalogue references:
RISM B/6 p. 227
USTC 696281
VD16 C 4403
vdm
132

Dedicatee:
Anton Kress
Further contributors: Willibald Pirckheimer; Benedictus Chelidonius; Johannes Cochlaeus
Paratexts:

A1r: Poems of dedication by Pirckheimer and Chelidonius on the title page
A1v: Decication of the work by Cochlaeus to Anton Kress, dated “Ex scbolis [sic] nostris oct||uo [sic] Calendas Iulii Anno salutis. Mcccccxi.”
F4r: poem to the reader by Cochlaeus


Language:

Latin

Format:
Printed area: 116 x 153 mm
Number of leaves:
30
Collation: A-B6, C-D4, E6, F4.
Autopsy copy:

D-Mbs 4 Mus.th. 288


Online facsimile:

D-Mbs, US-Wc


D-Mbs 4 Mus.th. 288, A1r

  
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