Personal Name: Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604. Uniform Title: Ricercari d'intavolatura d'organo.
Personal Name: Merulo, Claudio, 1533-1604. and critical report in English. General Note: Reproduction of the work's dedication in Italian with English translation precedes score. Bibliography, etc. Note
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Renaissance Music (Music), music printing, early modern Germany, history of the book .
Renaissance Music (Music), music printing, early modern Germany, history of the book, Late medieval and Renaissance music.
Venice: Claudio Merulo, 1567. M 685 One of the first prints from Merulo's own printing company. Fixed a printing error on . 1-62, where the plates were printed onto a page containing a crease. Public Domain M 685 One of the first prints from Merulo's own printing company.
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Intorno alle due edizioni dei Ricercari d’intavolatura d’organo, libro primo di Claudio Merulo (1567, 1605). In: Musica Iagellonica 9 (2018), pp. 5–29. Claudio Merulo, Angelo Gardano, Organ Music, Music Printing and Publishing, Venice. Investigating the Choir-Books of the Ducal Chapel of St Mark’s, Venice, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation).
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Merulo: Ricercari d'intavolatura d'organo -1567. ISBN: 9780895794765 (0895794764).
Music was an essential part of civic, religious, and courtly life in the Renaissance. The rich interchange of ideas in Europe, as well as political, economic, and religious events in the period 1400–1600 led to major changes in styles of composing, methods of disseminating music, new musical genres, and the development of musical instruments. The most important music of the early Renaissance was composed for use by the church-polyphonic (made up of several simultaneous melodies) masses and motets in Latin for important churches and court chapels.