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an arrangement for four voices and pianoforte by
Zulehner. The same publisher published also an
arrangement for Mozart's (genuine) symphonies
as trios for PF., violin and violoncello, by
Zulehner. Moreover Zulehner was the possessor
of a Mass in C bearing Mozart's name, and called
the ' Coronation Mass.' This was a mere pas-
ticcio of pieces taken from ' Cos! fan tutte,'
transposed, altered, and joined together by in-
tervening chords. Zulehner is said to have
maintained that the mass was the original work,
and that Mozart 'plundered' his own work (as
Jahn says) to produce the opera. This is
perhaps the most damaging fact yet ascertained
to Zulehner's reputation. Jahn says : ' That
the mass is pieced together from the opera by
some church-musician is proved by the existence
of passages not belonging to the opera, and by the
mode in which the borrowed treasure is em-
ployed ; and no musician to whom I have shown
the mass doubted this' (Jahn, iv. Beilage 5).
Two other remarks may be made. It rather
seems as if the mass were put together from two
distinct sources. The Kyrie is in G, the Gloria
is in C ; the Mass ends in C, and the middle move-
ments are in keys related to C, but not for the
most part to G : F, A minor, G,and C minor. It
seems, therefore, as if we liad a mass in C minus
the Kyrie, and as if a Kyrie from some other
source had been prefixed to complete it. It is
finally interesting to note that the only really
strong movement in the Mass, the great fugue
'Cum sancto spiritu,' which is well worthy of
Mozart, is expressly stated by Simrock in his
answer to Seyfried to have been perfcirmed, long
before the publication of this Mass, in the chapel
of the Elector of Cologne in a Mass of Mozart's ;
and he gives no such testimony of any other part of
this Mass. It may therefore be possible to cling
to the belief that this single movement is genuine.
The other spurious works are less important.
Most have never been published, or published
only once or twice by obscure publishers in Ger-
many. There are, however, 39 spurious songs
in vogue, published chiefly by Rellstab at Ber-
lin and Andr^ at Offenbach, of some of which


the true composers are known. One is the beau-
tiful bass air ' lo tilascio, cara, addio ' (published
ill Suppl. to ' Allg. musik. Zeitung,' i.), which is
l)y G. von Jacquin (Kbchel, App. nos. 245-283).
Among the doubtful pieces are reckoned three
Divertimenti for wind instruments, a sonata in
C minor, and a romance for pianoforte in A b
(ib. 226-228, 204, 205). [R.M.]

MtJLLER, Add date of birth of Aegidids
Christoph, July 2, 1766.

MULLER, A. E. Add day of death, Dec. 3.

MULLER, Chkistian, of Amsterdam, be-
tween 1720 and 1770 built the finest organs in
Holland, and especially the celebrated instru-
ment at Haarlem in 173S. See also vol. ii.
p. 602. [V. de P.]

MtJLLER, IwAN, a renowned clarinettist,
born at Reval, Dec. 3, 1786, appeared fir.-t in
Paris in 1809, where he brought out many of
his structural improvements in the instrument,
and where, after a residence of some years, and
a successful concert tour through all the principal
European cities, undertaken in 1820-1826, he
was appointed professor in the Conservati)ire.
In later life he retui-ned to Germany, and died
at Biickeburg Feb. 4. 1854. His compositions
have an educational value for players of his
instrument, but beyond that they are of no
importance. His best production is a ' Gamme
pour la nouvelle Clarinette,' published at Berlin
in 1825. (Mendel's Lexicon.) [M.]

MULLER, Wenzel, born Sept. 26, 1767, at
Tiirnau in Moravia, was for some time a pupil
of Dittersdorf, and became conductor in the
Briinn Theatre in 1783, and three years after-
wards, when only nineteen, obtained a similar
post at Marinelli's theatre in Vienna. The rest
of his life was spent in the capital, with the
exception of the years 1808-13, during which
he was director of the opera at Prague, where his
daughter Therese, afterwards known as Madame
Griinbaum, was engaged as a singer. On his
return to Vienna, he become conducter at the
Leopoldstadt Theatre, and retained the post
vmtil within a short time of his death, which
took place at Baden near Vienna, on Aug. 3,
1835. As a composer of light operas, he en-
joyed enormous popularity for many years, and
his productions in this kind are said to num-
ber over 200. His more ambitious works, as
symphonies, masses, etc., were less successful.
Among his dramatic works may be mentioned :
— ' Das Sonnenfest der Braminen ' (1790) ; ' Das
neue Sontagskind ' ( 1 793) ; ' Die Schwestern von
Prag' (1794); 'Die Teufelsmiihle auf dem
Wienerberge' (1799). A peculiar interest at-
taches to his ' Zauberzither ' or 'Kasper der
Fagottist,' produced June 8, 1791, since Schika-
neder took several suggestions from it for the
plot of ' Die Zauberflote.' In 1818 Miiller pro-
duced his ' travestierte Zauberflote.' (Mendel's
Lexicon ; Riemann's Opernhandbuch.) [M.J

MUFFAT, August Gottlieb. For date of
birth read April 17, 1683, and add date of death,
Dec. 10, 1770.


MUSICA FICTA. P. 414 a, 1. 7, etc.,/<^
some new mode to which the composer mua
supposed to have modulated, read upon on^
the Regular or Conceded Modulations of ih
Mode in question.

Vice-Presidents for the present season (18S8-9
is as follows : — Prof. W. G. Adams ; R. H. 11
Bosanquet; J. F. Bridge, Mus.D. ; W. Chappell
G. F. Cobb ; F. E. Gladstone, Mus. D. ; Ott
Goldschmidt ; Sir George Grove ; J. Higgs
Mus.B.; W.H. Monk, Mus.D.; G.A. Osborne
W. Pole, Mus.D.; C. K. Salaman; J. Staine:
Mus. D. The ordinary members of council are s
follows : — H. C. Banister ; C. A. Barry ; Majc
G.A.Crawford; W.H.Cummings; F.W. Daver
port (Hon. Sec.) ; F. Praeger; A. H. D. Prendei
gast; E. Prout; W. de M. Sergison; T. L. Soutl
gate ; C. E. Stephens. The auditors are Messr
D. J. Blaikley and W. S. Collard.

TIONS OF. Modern collections of musical ii
struments are of the natui-e of museums, bi
those of the i6th, 17th and i8th centuries wei
intended for use. The finest and most complet
at the present time are those provided with in
portant catalogues, viz. —

London. South Kensington Museum, cat;
logued by Carl Engel.

Paeis. Conservatoire de Musique et c
Declamation, catal. by Gustave Chouquet.

Brussels. Conservatoire Royal, catal. I
Victor Mahillon.

Florence. Kraus Collection, catal. by Ale
sandro Kraus figlio.

Manchester. Boddington Collection, acquin
and catalogued by J. Kendrick Pyne, Esq.,
ganist of Manchester Cathedral.

Milan. Arrigoni Collection, catal. by L. Ari

After these may be named more or less ii
portant collections to be found at

Antwerp. The Italian instruments of M
Wilmotte ; Museum of Mr. Steen. The Plant
Museum contains a curious harpsichord.

Basle. Museum of Antiquities.

Berlin. Hochschule fiir Musik (a coUectic
recently acquired from Herr Paul de W,
Leipzig) ; HohenzoUern Museum (so far
various instruments are preserved that ha
belonged to members of that family) ; Kud
und Gewerbe Museum.

Bologna. Museo Civico.

Bruges. Le Musee archeologique.

BuDA Pesth. National Hungarian Museui

Cairo. Sig. F. Amici (Egyptian instrument!

Clatdon, Buckinghamshire. Sir Harry V(
ney, Bart., M.P. (Javanese instruments formei
belonging to Sir Stamford Raffles).

Darmstadt. Museum of Antiquities.

Delft. Mr. T. C. Boers.

Dublin. Trinity College (under care of Pi
fessor Sir Robert Stewart, Mus. Doc.)

Edinburgh. Music Class Room of the U
ver.sity (under care of Professor Sir Herbi




rENOA. Museum contains the famous Guar-
ius that belonged to Paganini.
iLASGOW. Anderson's College.
'he Hague. Mr. Scheurleer.
Ielsingfoes. Mus^e ethnographique.
loBSTEAD, Norfolk. C. E. Day, Esq., 43vd
ht Infantry (Indian instruments).
jETDEN. Mus^e ethnographique.
jONDon. H.E.H. The Duke of Edinburgh
dins) ; John Broadwood & Sons (keyboard
;runients) ; Mile. Marie Decca; George
laldson, Esq. ; Messrs. Arthur and Alfred
1 ; A. J. Hipkins, Esq., F.S.A. ; India
seum ; G. T. Lock, Esq. ; London Mission-
Society ; Otto Peiniger, Esq. (Harrow) ;
^al College of Music (ciiiefly Indian instru-
its, the division of a collection between the
^al College and the Brussels Conservatoire,
sented by the Eajah Sir Sourindro Mohun
fore) ; Eudall Carte & Co. (wind instruments).
iIadeid. Archseological Museum.
iIlDDLEBUEG (Zealand). Museum.
iIiLAN. Museo Musicale (Extra-European) ;
iseum of the Conservatorio.
doDENA. Count L. F. Valdrighi.
kloscow. Mus^e DachkofF.
tluNiCH. National Museum.
!f APLES. Museo Nazionale.
^DREMBEKG. Germanisches Museum.
)XF0ED. Mr. T. W. Taphouse ; Pitt- Elvers
iseum (ethnological).

i'AEis. Mr. E. Gand (violins) ; Messrs. Pleyel
)lff & Cie. (keyboard instruments) ; Hotel

Ienaix, Belgium. Mr. Abel Ee'gibo; Mr.
liir Snoeck.

iloME. The Vatican.

ioss, Hereford. H. C. MofFatt, Esq., Good-
li Court (Keyboard Instruments).
5ALZBDEG. The Mozarteum ; Stadtisches
iseum Caroline- Augusteum ; Dr. Peter, Di-
tor, Communal Museum.
5AVIGLIAN0. Cavaliere Maurizio Villa (Vio-


Southampton. Mr. W. Dale (Keyboard In-

3t. Peteesbueg. Museums of the Conserva-
y, the Academy of Science, the Geographical

5TUTTGAET. Herr C. Klinckerfuss.
^eeona. Municipality.
Vienna. Ambroser Sammlung ; Museum der
isikfreunde ; Dr. Hans Eichter (Chinese in-
uments) ; Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild.
ViLNA. Musee ethnographique. [A.J.H.]
MUSICAL LIBEAEIES. P. 420 5, 1 17,
• Canonicus de Silvestris a Barbarano read
IS alteras Sacras Cantiones. Line 32, for for
''d after.

rhe following additions and corrections are to
made to the article. The information with
;ard to the German libraries is mainly de-
ed from various numbers of the ' Monats-
fte fiir Musik-Geschichte,' where further in-
mation as to the contents of these libraries
to be obtained. For the account of the recent

discoveries at Durham, the writer is indebted
to Dr. Armes."^

Great Britain and Ireland.
Cambeidge. a. The catalogue of the music
in the Fitzwilliam Museum is now (18S8) in the

d. Trinity College Library contains a vellum
roll of Early English carols, dating from the
15th century. Amongst these is a copy of the
Agincourt song.

e. The Catalogue of the Peterhouse MSS. by
Dr. Jebb has been printed.

DuEHAM. The old MSS. in Durham Cathe-
dral have been recently carefully collated and
indexed by the present organist. They consist
of four sets of books, all unfortunately imperfecta
The old set contains about 40 full and 50 verse
antliems by Tallis, White, Parsons, Hooper,
Morley, Weelkes, Byrd, Batten, Giles, Tomkins,
East, Gibbons, etc. The second set is rich in
anthems and services for men's voices only. The
third consists of eight out of ten magnificent
folio volumes containing Preces and Psalms for
special days by Byrd, Gibbons, William and
Edward Smith ; and services by Shepherd, Par-
sons, Batten, and others. The fourth set con-
sists of oigan parts of practically all the anthema
and services used in the Cathedral from Tallis
to Purcell.

London, a. British Museum. The statement
at vol. ii. p. 419 that the collection is not strong in
early printed music is no longer the case. The col-
lection of madrigals is extremely fine, and there
are ho fewer than 12 works printed by Petrucci,
of which only two are incomplete. The collection
was increased in 18S6 by the acquisition, from
M. Kockx of Antwerp, of a large number of
works printed at the press of Phalfese at Louvain
and Antwerp. Many of these volumes were
exhibited at the Brussels Exhibition of 1880,
and described in Section D of the cataldgue.
The suggestion on p. 420 for the publication of
a catalogue of the music printed before 1800 will
be shortly adopted, and a new catalogue of the
MS. music, which is much needed, is also in

c. Sacred Harmonic Society, This library has
passed into the possession of the Eoyal College
of Music.

EiPON. In the Minster Library is preserved
an interesting volume of theological tracts by
Gerson and others, on blank leaves of which are
written two i6th century ballads for three
voices. The first is entitled* A ballet of y« deth
of y« Cardinall ' (i. e. Wolsey), and the second,
' A lytyll ballet mayde of y* yong dukes g*ce,'
(i.e. Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Eichmond and
Somerset, a natural son of Henry VIII, who
died in 1536.) The words of these ballads are
printed in the Yorkshire Archaeological and

1 ARME3, Philip, born at Norwich in 1S36, was educated in the
Cathedral choir of his native town from 1846-8. and in that of
Rochester from 1848 to IS.")!. He was appointed organist of St. An-
drew's, Wells Street, in 1857, of Chichester Cathedral in 1861. and of
Durliam Cathedral In 1862. He graduated Mus. B. at Oxford in 1858,
and Mus. D. in 1^64. His chief compositions are ' Hezekiah.' written for
the Worcester Festival in 1878; 'St. John the Evangelist.' written tor
York iu 1881 ; and several services, aathems, and other Church music.



Topograi)lncal Journal, ii. 396. The library
also contains some rare liturgical printed books,
particularly a York Manuale (W. de Worde)
of 1509, and a York Missal (Rouen) of 1517.

Private Collections, c. The greater portion
of Mr. Julian Marshall's library was sold in 1884.
A large part of the more valuable MSS. had
been previously acquired by the British Museum.

k. Mr. J. E. Matthew has a very fine and
extensive collection of early treatises and other
music, including a copy of Virdung's rare 'Musica


Ghent. The University Library contains an
extremely valuable collection of MS. Treatises
on Music, besides many liturgical MSS.

Cambrai. The Public Library contains a
precious collection of MS. church music by early
Flemish and Burgundian musicians, besides
songs for two, three, and four parts, dating from
the 14th century. The collection was described
in M. de Coussemaker's ' Notice sur les Collec-
tions Musicales de la Bibliotheque de Cambrai.'


The few books and MSS. of interest in these
libraries are described in an appendix to Cousse-
maker's work on the Cambrai collection.

Paeis. a. An excellent catalogue of the rare
musical works in the Conservatoire library, with
illustrations and facsimiles, was published by
the librarian, Mr. J. B. Weckerlin, in 1885.


Aenstadt. The Church library possesses six
folio volumes of vocal music of the i6th cen-

Augsburg. The Stadtbibliothek, the Archives,
and the Historical Society possess valuable col-
lections of early printed and MS. music, chiefly
collected from the suppressed monasteries of the
city. • An excellent catalogue of these collections
was published in 1878 by Herr Schletterer.

Beulin. a. The catalogue of the .Toacbimsthal
collections was published by Herr Eitner in 18S4.
Less important collections are in the Kgl. Kir-
chenmusik-Iiistitut, the Nikolaikirche, and the
Berliner Tonkiinstler-Verein.

Bonn. The University library contains about
600 vols, of music, chiefly of the present century.
Amongst the few early works is a copy of the
1517 edition of the ' Micrologus ' of Ornitho-

Buemen. About 74 musical works belonging
to the Stadtbibliothek are in the care of the
Bremen Tonskiinstler-Verein.

Breslau. The musical works (printed before
1700) in a. the Royal Academic Institute, h. the
Town library, and c. the University library have
been admirably catalogued by Herr Emil Bohn
(Berlin, Cobie, 1883.) These three collections
are some of the richest in Germany in early
printed music.

d. The Cathedral library contains about


1000 musical works, of which 60 are in mat
script. The collection chiely consists of chuii
music of the past and present century.

e. The Domstifts-Bibliothek contains a sm
collection of MSS.

f. The church of St. Elisabeth contains abc
4200 musical works, chiefly church music of I
iSth and iQth centuries.

Beieg. The Gymnasium contains a small I
valuable collection, chiefly of printed works
the 1 6th century.

Cassel. The Landesbibliothek contains ab<
340 musical works, printed and MS. Amon
the former are copies of Morley and Weelk
madrigals. Most of the works date betw(
1560 and 1620. The catalogue was publisl
by Carl Israel in 1 881.

Cologne. The Jesuitenbibliothek has a sm
collecti(m of printed i6th century music,
eluding copies of the ' Siliuin Musice Plane'
1506, and Wollick's 'Enchiridion' (Paris, 151
Danzig, a. The Town library contains
valuable collection, principally of works of t
second half of the 1 6th century.

h. The Allerheiligen-Bibliotliek possesses
small collection of the same period.

c. The Town Archives contain six MS. volun
of music, dating from i6n to 1692.

Donaueschingen. The library of Prii

Fiirstenberg contains 13 MS. antiphoners (14!*

iSth century) and a fragment of a MS. treati

on music of the 15th cent. 1

Dresden. 5. i^or 400 rea^ 4000. Thesai

collection contains a clavichord of the 17th cl

tury, and a harpsichord and clavyorganum, bij

of which are said to be by Silbermann. \

e. The Royal Public Library contained i

1872) 1177 volumes on musical theory, and I<)J

volumes of practical music. There are msj

early printed books of rarity, including a cc|

of the Mainz P.salter of 1457. 1

f. The Dreikonig.skirche possesses a few r\\

printed works, including the discant and terj

parts of Walthei's Wittenberg hymnbook (152!

EiCHSTATT. The Royal library i.s rich in r|

printed liturgical works containing music. I

EiBLiNG. a. The Marienkirche library ej

tains 76 works of the i6th century and 85 of'

17th; 13 Polish cantionales (1571-1792)

many MS. church compositions of the iSth i

19th centuries.

h. The Town library possesses a few r
books, including a copy of the Syntagma of Pr
tori us.

Erfurt, The Royal library has many lit
gical MSS. and printed books, chiefly deri'
from suppressed convents.

Frankfort on the Main. The library
St. Peter's Church is said (Monatsh. 1872, p. ;
to be the same as that now preserved in

Gottingen. The University Library conta
145 musical works, mostly of the 15th and I'
centuries, many of which are of great rari
An excellent catalogue has been published
Herr Albert Quanta.


rHA. The Ducal library contains a small
interesting colkotion, comprising several
arly works.

[MMA. The Landesschule has about 131
of the i6th and 17th centuries. A cata-
was published by N. M. Petersen in the
■ school report for 1861.
3TR0W. Tlie Dotnschule library contains
1,11 but valuable collection of rare early
d musical works, chiefly of the i6th century,
are described in the school prospectus for

STNOVEE. There are a few rare early works
usic (including a copy of Biirtius' 'De
a,' 1487) in the Royal Public Library.
XBKONN. The Gj^mnasium library possesses
and lyih century part-books, apparently
siderable value.

A. The University library contains about
s. of music, chiefly consisting of rare early

GNiTZ. The Bibliotheca Rudolfina of the
-Akiidemie contains an extremely valuable
ion of i6th and 17th century music. The
cjue of the printed books was published in
icial programme of the academy (1876-8)
•, Ernst Pfudel. That of the MSS. ap-

I as a supplement to the Monatshefte fiir
:-Geschichte in 1886.

5ECK. The Stadtbibliothek is said to

n valuable early German and Italian

d music. An account of a few interesting

es appeared in the M onatshefte fur Musik-

ichte for 1884, No. 11.

SfEBORG. The Stadtbibliothek is rich in

al works of the i6th and 17th century,

VIS. and printed.

YEiNGEN. The Oettingen-Wallerstein

Y contains much MS. music : 390 sym-

3S, 214 cantatas and oratorios, 114 masses

II works for stringed instruments — chiefly
mposers of the late i8th century. There
so 120 works on theory.

NICH. The University library has a small
aluable collection of i6th and 17th century

ISSE. The Kreiizheiliges Stift has a few
id works of the i6th century and also MS.
ical works.

KNBEEG. The Stadtbibliothek possesses 1 3
and 47 printed volumes of i6th and 17th
ry church music. It also contains a MS.
ihoner in eight folio volumes.
INA. The Stadtkirche library contains 8
century MSS. and 63 printed musical works
i l6th and 17th centuries.
AGUE. The University library possesses
valuable early MS. treatises, besides printed
3 of the i6th and 17th centuries.
!fDEESHAUSEN. The Schlosskirche library
ins much MS. music, chiefly sacred cantatas
i first half of the i8th century.
iASSBUEG. The University li brary possesses
ill collection of early printed musical works,
arest of which are the 'Uarmonie ' of Tri-
8 (Augsburg, 1507) and the 'Nevus partus
^OL. IV. PT. 6.



sive concertationes musicae' of Besardus (Augs-
burg, 1617).

Ulm. The Stadtbibliothek has about 142
volumes of printed music, chiefly dating from the
early 1 7th century.

Vienna, c. Dr. Gehring's library was sold in

WolffenbUttel. The Grand Ducal library
and Bibliotheca Augusta are rich in music, es-
pecially in hymns and liturgical works of the
17th century.

WiJEZBURG. The University library possesses
liturgical and choir books of the 14th, 15th and
1 6th centuries, besides other musical works of

ZiTTAU. The Stadtbibliothek has a few early
printed works, and several MSS., among which
are 7 missals, dating from 1435, decorated with
illuminations of great beauty.

Zwickau. The Rathsschulbibliothek is rich
in early printed music, particularly in Psalters
and collections of Hymns. There are also a few
MSS. The library is described in the ' Monats-
hefte fiir Musik-Geschichte ' for 1875, No. 11,
and 1876, No. 2.

For many less important collections, see the
'Monatsliette fiir Musik-Geschichte' for 1872,
Nos. I and 2, and 1873, No. 12.


Bologna. The library described in vol. ii. p.
425 belongs to the Liceo Comunale di Musica,
not to the Liceo Filarmonico. The mistake has
arisen owing to the Accademia Filarmonica,
being located in the same building. A catalogue
has been compiled by Prof. Gaetano Gasparo, and
is announced for pulalication (June, 1888).

Ceespano. The musical library formed by
Professor P. Canal is vei-y extensive, and rich in
musical literature. There are several early
printed treatises here, and also a number of
madrigal part-books. A catalogue of the col-
lection was published at Bassano in 1885.

Floeencb. a. Add and also some interest-
ing MSS., particularly a volume (Cod. MS. No.
58) containing compositions by the Netherlands
School, described in the ' Monatshefte fiir Musik-
Geschichte,' 1877, No. 2.

Rome. The archives of the Papal Choir have
been at length examined with the greatest care
by F. X. Haberl. The results of his labours
have been published in an admirable biblio-
graphical and thematic catalogue which appeared
tirst as an Appendix to the ' Monatshefte fiir
Musik-Geschichte,' and has since been published
separately by Breitkopf.& Hartel. See Sistine
Chapel in Appendix.

Venice, a. The library of St. Mark's contains
much interesting music. Amongst the theo-
retical books are copies of the works of Galilei,
Aron, Artusi, L. Folianus, Zacconi, Zarlino,
J. Froschius, Gafori, Ornithoparcus, Burtius
(' Opusculum,' 1487), and many others. The
collection of practical music is rich in part-books
of madrigals, chiefly in Venetian editions. The
following is a list of composers whose works




are contained in this section of the library: —
Ao'ostini, Anerio, Antegnati, Archadelt, Asola,
Baccusi, Balbi, Berchem, Bertani, Bianco, Caccini,
Cambio Perissone, Corvus, Croce, Donate, Doni,
Dorati, La Faya, Ferretti, Fiesco, Freddi, A.
Gabrieli, Giovanelli, Gero, Gombert, della Gos-
tena, Sigismondo d'liidia, Ingegneri, Orlando
Lasso, G. de Macque, Manara, Marenzio, Marien
d'Artois, Masotti, Mazzone, Merulo, F. di
Monte, Monteverde, Nasco, Peri, Petrino,
Phinor, G. da Ponte, Pordenone, Porta, Porti-
naro, Primavera, Renal di, Romano, de Rore,
Rossi, Rosso, Rubini, RufFo, Sabino, Spontini,
Stabile, Stivori, Striggio, Tarditi, Tigrini, G. da
Udine, Vecchi, Verdelot, dalla Viola, G. de
Wert, Zacchino, Zappasorgo, Zuccarini, G. A.
Bontempi, Crescentini, Crivelli, Frescobaldi,
Grossi, Hartmann-Stunz, T. Morula, Miniscalchi,
Moi-etti, Morlacchi, and Rinuccini. The MSS.

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