Music & Letters
Vol. 86/4, November 2005
This is a very interesting collection of fifty-eight keyboard pieces, most of which were completely unknown until now.
(...)The preface is admirably detailed and scholarly (...)
The actual editing of the music is very skilfully done. (...)
Indeed the two facsimiles reproducing pages of the original source are strategically placed to prevent inconvenient page turns - a welcome change from so many editions of early keyboard music. (...)
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