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Paltašić, Dobrićević : bilješke uz najstarije hrvatsko glazbeno tiskarstvo

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  • Andrija Paltašić (b. around 1450, Kotor [Croatia] – d. around 1500, Venice [Italy]) and Dobrić Dobrićević (Boninus de Boninis, B. Raguseus) (b. 1457, Lastovo [Croatia] – d. 1528, Treviso [Italy]) are the oldest Croatian typographers who earned their reputation outside Croatia. This paper presents the less familiar segment of their printing activities – the printing of missals. Missale Romanum (Venice, 1485/1486) is the only known music publication by Paltašić, while Dobrićević printed three music books, two incunabula and one cinquecentina: Missale Ordinis Carmelitanum (Brescia, 1490), Missale Cabilonense (Lyon, 1500) and Missale Bellicence (Lyon, 1503). The true value of Paltašić’s and Dobrićević’s music publications is discussed within the context of the earliest European music publications, emphasizing their impact on Croatian Renaissance music. The article also offers a list of preserved music incunabula in Croatia.
Autor
  • Stipčević, Ennio
Fecha
  • 2005
Tipo
  • Journal Article (Print/Paginated)
  • PeerReviewed
Idioma
  • hr
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