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Antologia de organistas clasicos

Postby coulonnus » Sat May 28, 2016 11:56 am

Ed. Villalba Munoz. Publ: Madrid: Ildefonso Alier, 1914

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Re: Antologia de organistas clasicos

Postby jfarrington » Thu Jun 30, 2016 5:49 pm

I gather this is somewhat different than the 1908 edition we digitized (http://hdl.handle.net/1802/19150)?
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Re: Antologia de organistas clasicos

Postby coulonnus » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:13 am

Thanks for this search. Sorry, I read some document too fast and I thought some Spanish composers were in there! :-(

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Re: Antologia de organistas clasicos

Postby David Campbell » Sun Jul 03, 2016 12:42 am

This is not the same as the 1908 publication digitized by Sibley. Here’s a listing of the contents from Worldcat record OCLC 936174:

Thomas de Sancta Maria,; fray,; -1570. ; Libro llamado Arte de teñer fantasía.; Selections.
Peraza, Francisco de,; 1564-1598. ; Medio registro alto, tono I.
Clavijo, Bernardo de,; -1626. ; Tiento de II tono.
Aguilera de Heredia, Sebastián,; approximately 1565-approximately 1620. ; Works,; organ.; Selections

A revised edition by Samuel Rubio (1912-1986) was issued by Unión Musical Española in 1971--quite a few libraries hold that edition while only a handful list the original. These works should be easy to find in other editions.

The two-volume Pedrell edition as digitized by Sibley seems to have been reissued by Associated Music Publishers in 1968 as 'Anthology of Classical Spanish Organists'.


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