Vesper and Compline Music for One Principal Voice / Vesper and Compline Music for Two Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Three Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Four Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Five Principal Voices, Part I-II / Vesper and Compline Music for Six and Seven Principal Voices, Part One-Two / Vesper and Compline Music for Eight Principal Voices, Part One-Two / Vesper Music for Multiple Choirs

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Vesper and Compline Music for One Principal Voice / Vesper and Compline Music for Two Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Three Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Four Principal Voices / Vesper and Compline Music for Five Principal Voices, Part I-II / Vesper and Compline Music for Six and Seven Principal Voices, Part One-Two / Vesper and Compline Music for Eight Principal Voices, Part One-Two / Vesper Music for Multiple Choirs


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Vesper and Compline Music for One Principal Voice. Edited with an introduction by Jeffry Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 11.) New York: Garland Publishing, 1995. [Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxvii; scores, p. 1-291. Cloth; acid-lree paper. ISBN 0-8153-2165-1. $160.] Includes works by Adriano Banchieri, Giovanni Rattista Bassani, Stefano Bernardi, Severo Bonini, Maurizio Cazzati, Ottavio Durante, Isabella Leonarda, Francesco Lucio, Tarquinio Merula, Francesco Petrobelli, Sisto Reina, Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, Giovanni Rovetta, Orazio Tarditi, Lodovico Viadana, and Giovanni Battista Vitali.

Vesper and Compline Music for Two Principal Voices. Edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 12.) New York: Garland Publishing, 1997. [Gen. introd., p. vii- viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxxiii; scores, p. 1-260. Cloth; acid-free paper. ISBN 0-8153-2359-X. $160.] Includes works by Paolo Agostini, Giovanni Francesco Anerio, Adriano Banchieri, Giovanni Battista Bassani, Giovanni Battista Biondi, Francesco Cavalli, Maurizio Cazzati, Giacomo Finetti, Francesco Petrobelli, Sisto Reina, Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, Giovanni Rovetta, and Orazio Tarditi.

Vesper and Compline Music for Three Principal Voices. Edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 13.) New York: Garland Publishing, 1998. [Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxxii; scores, p. 1-312. Cloth; acid-free paper. ISBN 0-8153-2360-3. $140.] Includes works by Agostino Agazzari, Paolo Agostini, Giovanni Francesco Anerio, Francesco Cavalli, Giovanni Paolo Colonna, Leandro Gallerano, Alessandro Grandi, Giovanni Legrenzi, Isabella Leonarda, Tarqumio Mcrula, Pietro Pace, Giovanni Antonio Rigatti, and Orazio Tarditi.

Vesper and Compline Music for Four Principal Voices. Edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 14.) New York: Garland Publishing, 1998. [Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxvii; scores, p. 1-247. Cloth; acid-free paper. ISBN 0-8153-2420-0. $130.] Includes works by Agostino Agazzari, Giovanni Francesco Anerio, Giovanni Battista Biondi, Maurizio Cazzati, Antonio Cifra, Chiara Margarita Cozzolani, Bonifazio Graziani, Giovanni Legrenzi, Isabella Leonarda, Tarquinio Merula, and Lodovico Viadana.

Vesper and Compline Music for Five Principal Voices, Part I-II. Edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 15-16.) New York: Garland Publishing, 1999-2000. [Pt. I. Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxvi; scores, p. 1-251. Cloth; acid-free paper. ISBN 0-8153-2421-9. $155. Pt. II. Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p. xiii-xxv; scores, p. 1-268. Cloth; acid-free paper. ISBN 0-8153-2422-7. $140.] Includes works by Giovanni Battista Bassani, Stefano Bernardi, Francesco Cavalli, Giovanni Paolo Colonna, Amadio Freddi, Leandro Gallerano, Bonifazio Graziani, Giovanni Legrenzi, Tarquinio Merula, Giovanni Rovetta, Lodovico Viadana, and Giovanni Battista Vitali.

Vesper and Compline Music for Six and Seven Principal Voices, Part One-Two. Edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Kurtzman. (Seventeenth-Century Italian Sacred Music, 17.) New York: Garland Publishing, c2001. [Pt. 1. Gen. introd., p. vii-viii; editorial methods, p. ix-xi; introd. …

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