Title: Il Transilvano.
Publisher: Arnaldo Forni Editore , [Bologna, Italy]
Publication Date: 1983
Edition: 1st Edition
4to. Red cloth. (Ca. 300pp). Fine. First of this edition, a fine facsimile of the rare first edition of the first part (Venice, 1593) and the "Seconda Parte" (Venice, 1609) -- itself fairly uncommon. Diruta (ca. 1554-post 1610) was an Italian organist and composer who published a famous two-part treatise ("The Transylvanian") on organ playing and technique, counterpoint and composition. From the collection of musicologist and conductor/director Paul Clinton Echols (1944-94). Bookseller Inventory # 30479
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