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F-Pn ms. Rés. 1108
Library: Paris, Bibliothèque National

F-Pn1108 has 41 entries


1 Madr. O chiome relucenti
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 1v
ff.2v-3r empty
ConcR2776
1. Denss1594 / 15r (1)  
2 Crudel lascia sto core
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 3v
f. 4r empty
ConcR2777
1. Denss1594 / 14r (2)  
3 Balet des Pigmeens
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 4v
ff. 5v-7r empty
4 Madrigail: Se del mar si seccasser
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 7v
ff. 8r-8v empty
ConcR2778
1. Denss1594 / 14r (1)  
5 Amore e fattto
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 9r
f. 9v empty
ConcR2779
1. Denss1594 / 15r (2)  
6 La Venenosa Vista
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 10r
f. 10v empty
ConcR2325
1. Denss / 13r   | 2. I-BDGchilesotti / 84 (1)  
7 Mentre io campai (O.Vecchi)
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 11r
f. 11v empty
ConcR468
1. B-Br275 / 50v (1)   | 2. Barbetta1585 / 5 (Padoana Sesta. Deta Campai contento)   | 3. Besard1603 / 42r (2)   | 4. CDN-Mc / 6r   | 5. CH-BuF.IX.70 / 102   | 6. CH-BuF.IX.70 / 105   | 7. CZ-PnmIVG18 / 111v   | 8. D-B40141 / 69v   | 9. D-B40141 / 248r   | 10. D-B40141 / 262v   | 11. D-KNrR242 Nį112   | 12. D-SI_G.I.4(2) / 49r   | 13. D-WGuelf18.7 / II.13v   | 14. Denss1594 / 24r   | 15. Fallamero1584 / 47   | 16. GB-HAB1 / 160v   | 17. PL-Kj40143 / 32v   | 18. PL-Kj40583 / 19   | 19. Piccioli1588 / 1   | 20. Waissel1592LB / G1v (2)  

cf. O. Vecchi, Canzonette Libro Prima 1580 Nį2

Modern Editions : RISM A/I V 1580a, Nį1

8 Ahi che mi tienne il core crudel tigre
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 12r
ff. 12v-14r empty
ConcR2780
1. Denss1594 / 20r (2)  
9 NiZarde Corente
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 14v
L. Theorbe / L. Theorbato - ff. 15v-16r empty
10 Lieto cantai
 (OT)    -   F-Pn1108 / 16v
ConcR2781
1. Denss1594 / 18r (1)  

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