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Title
[Miscellaneous collection of music for harpsichord by Henry Purcell and others].
Creator
Clarke, Jeremiah, 1669?-1707.
King, Robert, active 1676-1728.
Lully, Jean Baptiste, 1632-1687.
Purcell, Daniel, -1717.
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
Border, Richard, former owner.
Monson, John Monson, Baron, 1693-1748, former owner.
Contributor
Finney, Theodore M. (Theodore Mitchell), 1902-1978, former owner.
Date Created and/or Issued
[ca. 1710]
Contributing Institution
UCLA, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Collection
Early Modern English Manuscripts from UCLA’s Clark Library
Rights Information
Public Domain
Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.
Description
Scope/Content: Manuscript. 3 sheets of tracing paper, containing tracings of the watermarks in this volume are housed in a seperate folder shelved with the volume.
Scope/Content: Manuscript volume of harpsichord music by Henry Purcell, Jeremiah Clarke and others. The volume contains 32 complete pieces and a few fragments. The contents are fully described in the article by Robert Klakowich, cited above.
Citation/Reference: Klakowich, R. Harpsichord Music by Purcell and Clarke in Los Angeles. (Journal of Musicology 4, 2 (1985-1986): 171-190)
Condition: Bound in contemporary calf.
Type
text
Form/Genre
Musical works
Bookplates (Provenance)
Extent
[80] p, bound ;20 x 26 cm.
Identifier
MS.1970.008
Language
English
eng
Subject
Harpsichord music--England--Early works to 1800.
Place
England
Provenance
On front paste-down endpaper, remnants of the bookplate of W.T.R. Powell, 18th century pen trials and doodles, plus the name "Mary Frederick;" Laid into volume, a letter from Sir Monson to Richard Border, dated 1934, discussing the probable provenance of this volume; the verso of this letter has the bookplate of Theodore M. Finney.
Location
CLUW

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