Re: image search help
- Well, before I even wrote to him, my librarian found the book and a
copy of it he can get through InterLibrary Loan.
The plate should show evidence of musicians being able to read
multiple parts. St. Cecilia is playing the organ from a choir book,
where each part is written on a separate portion of the page, as
opposed to a score or keyboard reduction that we would use now.
- At 2:21 PM -0400 10/6/03, <ghalstead@...> wrote:
> > Hi folks.If you have access to inter-library loan, there's a copy of the
>> I am trying to track down an image mentioned in a book I am reading.
>> The image is Johann Sadelar's engraving "St. Cecilia at Prayer." and
>> the footnote reads "Music in Bayern. II. Ausstellungskatalog
>> (Tutzing, 1972), catalog number 131, plate 14."
>> Anyone have any ideas how I can track this down? I think that
>> maybe "Ausstellungskatalog" is a journal or reference catalog. Am I
>> right? I've done internet searches, but since I don't read German or
> > Dutch, it's a bit difficult. Any help would be appreciated.
>No clue on the image, but the book you're looking for appears to be:
>MÜNSTER, ROBERT; SCHMID, HANS (Hrsg.) :
>Musik in Bayern. Band 1= Bayerische Musikgeschichte. Band 2=
>Ausstellungskatalog. 2 Bde,
>Tutzing, Hans Schneider Verlag, 1972, 411 S., 550 S., mit Abb., 8 ,
>OKarton, gut erhalten.
>It's a 2 volume set, with the 2nd volume being an exhibition
>catalog. Mu(e)nster and Schmid are the editors.
>The exhibition apparently took place in Augsburg in 1972.
catalog (both volumes) in the U.C. Berkeley music library.
(If I had any idea when I might next get on campus, I'd offer to look
it up for you.)
Heather Rose Jones
> If you have access to inter-library loan, there's a copy of theMy friend found a copy at the Rutgers Douglas Campus. Since I'm in
> catalog (both volumes) in the U.C. Berkeley music library.
NJ, that's much closer! Thanks anyway though.