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Searching Roman manuscripts signed by the copyists Cencetti and/or De Rossi
Written on: 04. 07. 2011 [15:10]
registered since: 30.06.2011
for a research about the Roman music copyists
Giovanni Battista Cencetti and Luigi De Rossi / Derossi (18th/19th century) I am trying to stend a list of all their manuscript copies survived.
The biggest part of them can still be found in Roman/Italian libraries today, but there could be some other copies in other European or American libraries, and they could not yet even be accessible by RISM.
So I kindly ask You all: If You have copies signed by these 2 copyists that are NOT to be found in RISM, please let me know at:
Please note that De Rossi is sometimes called with french name Louis De Rossi.
You can send me also scanned records of your catalogue (if there is only a printed one), or a link to a local OPAC where these copies can be found. -
Many thanks in advance for any help!
German Institute of History - Music Department
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