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Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music

Daniel Heartz

Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music

A Historical Study and Bibliographical Catalogue

by Daniel Heartz

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Published by Univ of California Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Attaingnant, Pierre,
  • Biography: general,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages451
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7708184M
    ISBN 100520015630
    ISBN 109780520015630

    Pierre Attaignant, Elzéar Genet Dit Carpentras, Clément Janequin, Ensemble Polyphonique De L'O.R.T.F. - Concerts Pour Deux Princes Au Chateau De Blois ‎ (LP) Erato STU Attaingnant is often credited with being the first to develop this technique; however, sufficient evidence exists to suggest that John Rastell, an English printer in London, was the first to use single-impression printing .

    Pierre Attaingnant (c. – late or ) was a French music printer, active in Paris.. Life. Attaingnant is considered to be the first to use single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano published over chansons by many different composers. Pierre Attaingnant (composer ) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web. Biography, musicology.

    Pierre Attaingnant (ca. ca. ) was a French music printer, publisher, and bookseller. Attaingnant is considered to be the first to use single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano Petrucci. Pierre Attaingnant: Royal Printer of Music. Daniel Heartz. Maggs Bros. Catalogue Bibliography, Books on Printing, Illuminated Manuscripts, Paper and Bo Maggs Bros. Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Geographical Society. Royal Geographical Society.


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Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music by Daniel Heartz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music: A Historical Study and Bibliographical Catalogue Hardcover – January 1, /5(1). PIERRE ATTAINGNANT Royal Printer of Music, A Historical Study and Bibliographical Catalogue Heartz, Daniel Published by University of California, Berkeley - Los Angeles ().

Pierre Attaingnant, Attaingnant also spelled Attaignant, (born c. Douai?, France—died /52, Paris), prominent French music printer and publisher in the Renaissance who was one of the earliest to use single-impression printing. (Earlier printers printed the staff and the notes in separate impressions.).

Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music. By Daniel Heartz. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, [ p., 16 pl.; $ Daniel Heartz's book on Attaingnant is welcome indeed. It is not just that the subject is a figure of major importance, whose invention of a new method of music printing stimulated an unprece.

Pierre Attaingnant, royal printer of music: a historical study and bibliographical catalogue Berkeley & Los Angeles, University of California Press, ( cm), xix, pp., 16 plates and 26 text illustrations (1 in colour). Daniel Heartz’s monumental Pierre Attaingnant: Royal Printer of Music, The American musicologist Daniel Heartz (b.

) wrote the book on Attaingnant – actually two books. Pierre Attaingnant: royal printer of music; a historical study and bibliographical catalogue. [Daniel Heartz] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Heartz.

Find more information about: ISBN: Pierre Attaingnant (c. late or ) was a French music printer, active in Paris. Attaingnant is considered to be the first to use single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano Petrucci.

He published over chansons by many different composers. The first one was Pierre Attaingnant (c. –/2) of Paris, who began issuing his music books in /8.

Although Moderne is nowadays known as a music publisher, which was a major part of his production and the part that brought him the greatest renown, he printed about one hundred books of several themes, such as religion, home remedies, palmistry, among others.

Shop pierre attaingnant sheet music, music books, music scores & more at Sheet Music Plus, the World's Largest Selection of Sheet Music. Pierre Attaingnant (or Attaignant) (c. -- late or ) was a French music printer, active in Paris. Attaingnant is considered to be first large-scale publisher of single-impression.

InAttaignant became royal printer to king Francis I (). Since many works simply did not exist in manuscript, it can be assumed that much of the music that bears his name was, to some extent, completely reconstructed by Attaignant himself.

Pierre Attaingnant (ca. ) merits a few lines in textbooks as the "royal printer of music," active in Paris in the first half of the 16th century.

Listeners may get the impression from the graphics on this Naxos release that he was a composer as well, when in fact he wasn't.8/ Pierre Attaingnant (or Attaignant) was a French music printer, active in Paris.

Attaingnant is considered to be first large-scale publisher of single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano Petrucci.

Attaingnant, Pierre. France ( - ) 10 sheet music 2 MP3 1 MIDI. Other french artists. SUBSCRIBE 1. Sheet music menu: LISTING & MENU. COMPOSITIONS A-Z (10) INSTRUMENTATIONS. Buy sheet music books Attaingnant, Pierre. World wide shipping. FREE SHEET MUSIC + free sheet music. SHEET MUSIC STORE 1 million+ items.

DIGITAL SHEET MUSIC. Pierre Attaingnant: Préludes, Chansons & Dances pour Luth  (above) is the only recording dedicated to music from the Attaingnant lute prints that I am familiar with.

There are more than pieces for solo lute in the Attaingnant publications. About. Innovative music printer Pierre Attaingnant published the first editions of keyboard music ever to appear in France in Only one copy of each of these seven tiny but crucially important volumes has survived, in which anonymous composers made arrangements of some of the most beautiful chansons, motets and dances from the reign of François I – keyboard music that shows France at.

He was also the first music publisher to increase production by inventing a faster, more accurate printing system which allowed notes and staves to be combined in a single impression. InAttaignant became royal printer to king Francis I (). Attaingnant acquired royal privileges for his music books, which were renewed many times.

Before Attaingnant began using the newly invented movable music type, in which a fragment of a musical staff was combined with a note on each piece of type. Earlier printers printed the staff and the notes in separate impressions.

the music books that came to rest after the secularization of in what is now the municipal library, until the end of the Bavarian mon-archy a royal library. Bound at the beginning of a volume catalogued Lit. O No.

38 is a fragment of early music printing consisting of eight pages measuring 15X Io cm., the four folios of which are numbered. The branles printed by Pierre Attaingnant and his widow between and by William M McClellan () The chansons of Claudin de Sermisy in Attaingnant's Chansons nouvelles and other early collections by Siu-ping, Amy Chong (Book).Heartz, Daniel, Pierre Attaingnant, Royal Printer of Music: A Historical Study and Bibliographical Catalogue (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, ), no.

.Life. Attaingnant is considered to be the first to use single-impression movable type for music-printing, thus making it possible to print faster and cheaper than predecessors such as Ottaviano published over chansons by many different composers.

In this collections the Paris composers, like Claudin de Sermisy, Pierre Sandrin and Pierre Certon, are prominently present, but.