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Re: [CalontirDance] Petit Riens

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  • Christian M. Cepel
    Thanks. I m still looking and will defer to her when I find her. So, if I was to replace that with Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, fonds. Ital. 476 in the
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      Thanks. I'm still looking and will defer to her when I find her.

      So, if I was to replace that with

      Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, fonds. Ital. 476

      in the notation, it would be a less cryptic/more informative reference
      for others like me who aren't necessarily fluent in the specific knowledge?

      I appreciate it. Learning, learning...

      Many thanks.

      // Merry

      Keith McClune wrote:
      > Hi there:
      >
      > Couple of quick (or not) answers -
      >
      > Christian M. Cepel wrote:
      >
      >> Couple of quick questions.
      >> 1. What is 'PnA' in the following item on the sheet music contained in
      >> the Crystal Ball 23 packet "Source: PnA (top line)"
      >>
      >
      > "PnA" is a notation to identify the specific source manuscript, as these
      > dances appear in several similar manuscripts. My (new) copy of Smith
      > is at home, but I think it literally means (P)aris (n)ational library,
      > (A)mbrosio (aka Guglielmo Ebreo). This is alternatively referred to as Pa.
      >
      > The other ms. at the Paris library is PnD (Pd), or Paris...Domenico.
      > The other ms. at the Paris library is PnG (Pg), or Paris...Guglielmo.
      > The Giorgio copy of Ebreo (NY) is at the NY Public Library. Other
      > mss. are in Florence (FL and FN), Modena (M), Siena (S), and the Vatican (V).
      >
      > All are hand written variations on one another, but, IIRC, no two are quite
      > the same. Hence the need to identify which source you are using.
      >
      > Ah, here it is. My notes list this manuscript (Pd) as:
      > Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, fonds. Ital. 476
      >
      >
      >> and
      >> 2. Does anyone have contact information for Monica Cellio
      >> and
      >>
      >
      > Sorry. I can't help you there.
      >
      >
      >> 3. Does anyone think it objectionable to reproducing the copyright
      >> statement at the bottom of this work as "Creative Commons License
      >> (by-na-sa)"*
      >>
      >
      > While I think this is a fine way to go, it is really a question for the
      > copyright holder, Monica.
      >
      > Keith / Guillaume S:}>
      > Denver / Outlands
      >
      >> // "Merry" Turlough Merriwether Lutre
      >>
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