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Hello!

I'm looking for a facsimile of the Laudario de Cortona (Cortona, Biblioteca del Comune e dell'Accademia Etrusca, Ms. 91) or of the Florentine laudario (Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magliabechiano II I 122, Banco Rari 18) to study melodical connections between the Cantigas de Santa Maria and the Lauda. I appreciate all the help I can get. 


Thanks,


Rui Araújo

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I'm interested by the Magliabechiano as pdf when you'll have it too ! Thank you again.

Dear Rui, that sounds great! A PDF would be fantastic.

Hello everyone,

If indeed you have been able to come by the facsimiles of the Florence and Cortona laudarii, I would also be very appreciate--I have been waiting long and hard for Interlibrary loan to get the critical editions, and have only been able to get the Durrer study as a PDF online--I'd like very much to be able to assist my students here in Limerick with the resources to study this repertoire.

Grazie mille,

Wolodymyr

vlad@ul.ie

Peut-être sera-t-il un jour sur Diamm...

http://www.diamm.ac.uk/jsp/Descriptions?op=SOURCE&sourceKey=673

Alas, espérons que les dieux vont écouter...ou un musicologue anglais besoin du fac-similé, ehn?

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