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earliest English music printing a description and bibliography of English printed music to the close of the sixteenth century. by Robert Steele

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Published by Hain in Meisenheim .
Written in English


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Facsimile reprint of original edition publ. London: Chiswick Press for Bibliographical Society, 1903.

SeriesIllustrated monographs -- no.XI
ContributionsBibliographical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17359975M

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