Music and the Book Trade: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century

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The history of music printing and publishing has generally formed a self-contained area of research within the study of book history. Bibliographers and book historians have tended to overlook the trade in printed music, partly at least because the means of production (reproducing notation rather than letter forms)and of distribution (often through the specialist sellers of musical instruments and equipment) were themselves distinct. On the other hand, musicologists have until recently paid less attention to the commercial ...

Music and the Book Trade: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century 2008, Oak Knoll Press

ISBN-13: 9781584562450

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