Liturgical Music Incunabula: A Descriptive Catalogue

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ABBREVIATIONS
BMC British Museum. Catalogue of Books printed in the XVth century.
Br.M. British Museum.
Boh. H. Bohatta. Liturgische Bibliographie des XV. Jahrhunderts, 1911.
Cambridge U.L. University Library, Cambridge.
Cat. Maz. P. Marais. Catalogue des incunables de la Bibliothèque Mazarine, 1893, and
Supplement by W. A. Copinger, 1893.
Cat. S.G. C. F. Daunou. Catalogue des incunables de la Bibliothèque Ste-Geneviève, 1892.
The new catalogue by L. M. Michon: Inventaire des incunables de la Bibliothèque
Ste-Geneviève
, 1943, yielded information on one more book, the missal Weale
843; the missal Weale 124 is not listed in either of the two catalogues.
GK Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke.
Haebler K. Haebler. Bibliografía ibérica del siglo XV, 1904, 1917.
Hain L. Hain. Repertorium bibliographicum, 1862-38.
Harvard Harvard University Library.
Huntington Huntington Library, Pasadena, California.
Lib. K. Meyer. "Liturgical Music Incunabula in the British Museum", in The
Library
, 4th Ser., xx, 1940.
Oates J. C. T. Oates. A Catalogue of the Fifteenth-century Printed Books in the University
Library, Cambridge
, 1954.
Oxf. Bodl. Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Paris Ars.Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, Paris.
Paris BN.Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
Paris Maz.Bibliothèque Mazarine, Paris.
Paris S.G.Bibliothèque Ste-Geneviève, Paris.
Pellechet M. Pellechet. Catalogue général des incunables des bibliothèques publiques de France,
1897-1905.
Proctor R. Proctor. An Index to the Early Printed Books in the British Museum, 1898.
Stillwell M. B. Stillwell. Incunabula in American Libraries, 1940.
Voulliéme E. Voulliéme. Der Buchdruck Kölns, 1903.
Weale W. H. J. Weale. Bibliographia liturgica, 1928.

NOTE

Each entry includes the name of the book, the place of printing, the printer, and the year, as far as these are known. No indication is given whether this information is obtained from the book or from bibliographies.

Weale and Bohatta numbers are given; supplemented on occasion by references to special bibliographies.

Shelf numbers are added for items in the British Museum, the Bodleian, and the Paris libraries. The code letters and numbers are explained on p. xvi of the Introduction.

Books referred to in the section D:-4 of the descriptions are listed with full title in the Bibliography.

All books which have any kind of connexion with printing music are numbered. Those without music have been included to indicate that they have been seen and studied, but they are not numbered.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Introduction ix
  • Bibliography xli
  • Abbreviations xliii
  • Note xliii
  • Liturgical Music Incunabula 1
  • Chronological List 48
  • Index of Printers 62
  • Index of Places 63
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