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Author (real name):
Cesare Negri
Author (pseudonym):
Il Trombone
Title:
Le gratie d'amore. Opera nove, et vaghissima, divisa in tre trattati. Al potentissimo & catholico Filippo Terzo re di Spagna et monracha del Mondo Nuovo &c.
Language:
Italian
Id:
negri_1602
Added to database:
December 13, 2017
Source:
italian.bib:0291
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1602
Publisher:
Pacifico Pontio, Giovanni Battista Piccaglia
Place of publication:
Milano
URL:
Note:
First URL is accessible only from USA. Second URL leads to a copy held by Raccolta delle stampe Achille Bertarelli, but, since the title page is missing, it is not clear if it is 1602 or 1604 edition. Bertarelli copy also lacks many pages of Tavola delli capitoli and dedications. According to Pamela Jones (see pp. 85–102 of the first volume of [Jones, 1988]) and Greg Lindahl's special page, multiple different copies of both [Negri, 1602] and [Negri, 1604] exist. In particular, there might be extra due spezzati e un seguito col sinistro in terza parte of Il Torneo Amoroso (p. 140, not present in both copies, but known to be present in ONB copy, which is not available online), a correction of the abbreviations for due passi gravi, due passi in seconda parte of Laura gentile (p. 209, present in both copies), paste-on correction in the prima parte of Alta Visconte, which reverses the starting position (p 182, present in Forni copy, and clearly visible in Bertarelli copy), the text bell'ingegno Milano might be changed to Bernardo Rainoldo (p. 11, text line 16, change present in both copies), the dedicatee of Adda Felice can be changed from Isabella d'Adda to Beatrice Adda (p. 213, change not present in Forni copy — note that there might be two pages numbered 213 in the book!, but Bertarelli copy jumps from the first page 213 straight to the page 215, so the text is incomplete), and some minor revisions which do not affect the choreography (no comparison has been made, see above links for the details). University of California copy was scanned from a facsimile edition published by Arnaldo Forni [Negri, 1983].

Author (real name):
Cesare Negri
Author (pseudonym):
Il Trombone
Title:
Nuove inventioni di balli, opera vaghissima nella quale si danno i giusti modi del ben portar la vita, e di accommodarsi con ogni leggiadria di movimento alle creanze e grazie d'amore. Convenevoli a tutti i cavalieri e dame, per ogni sorta di balletto, e brando d'Italia, di Spagna e di Francia. Con figure in rame et regole della musica et intavolatura quali si richieggono al suono et al canto. Divisa in tre trattati. Al potentissimo, & catholico Filippo Terzo re'di Spagna
Language:
Italian
Id:
negri_1604
Added to database:
April 21, 2012
Source:
italian.bib:0306
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1604
Publisher:
Girolamo Bordone
Place of publication:
Milano
URL:
Note:
According to Pamela Jones (see pp. 85–102 of the first volume of [Jones, 1988]) and Greg Lindahl's special page, multiple different copies of both [Negri, 1602] and [Negri, 1604] exist. In particular, there might be extra due spezzati e un seguito col sinistro in terza parte of Il Torneo Amoroso (p. 140, not present in any of the linked copies), a correction of the abbreviations for due passi gravi, due passi in seconda parte of Laura gentile (p. 209, in all linked copies), paste-on correction in the prima parte of Alta Visconte, which reverses the starting position (p. 182, in all linked copies), the text bell'ingegno Milano might be changed to Bernardo Rainoldo ((p. 11, text line 16, change present in all linked copies), the dedicatee of Adda Felice can be changed from Isabella d'Adda to Beatrice Adda (p. 213, change not present in linked copies — note that there are two pages numbered 213 in the book!), and some minor revisions which do not affect the choreography (no comparison has been made, see [Jones, 1988] for the details). Also, LOC copy has title page completely different from two Google Books copies (this is not mentioned in [Jones, 1988]): it does not contain dedication to Filippo Terzo, re'di Spagna et di Mondo Nuovo. Another copy is known to be held at BNE, yet their online copy contains only two pages. Alternative scans of BSB copy can be found using alternative URL.

Author (real name):
Cesare Negri
Author (pseudonym):
Il Trombone
Title:
Le gratie d'amore. Opera nove, et vaghissima, divisa in tre trattati. Al potentissimo & catholico Filippo Terzo re di Spagna et monracha del Mondo Nuovo &c.
Language:
Italian
Id:
negri_1983
Added to database:
December 13, 2017
Source:
italian.bib:0922
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1983
Publisher:
Arnaldo Forni
Place of publication:
Bologna
Keywords:
facsimile, commentary
URL:
Note:
URL is accessible only from USA. According to [Jones, 1988], multiple different copies of both [Negri, 1602] and [Negri, 1604] exist. See [Negri, 1602] for the list of corrections which can be found in this edition.

Author (real name):
Cesare Negri
Author (pseudonym):
Il Trombone
Title:
Le gratie d'amore
Language:
English
Id:
negri_1985
Added to database:
February 1, 2014
Source:
english.bib:8039
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1985
Publisher:
Stanford University, Department of Music
Place of publication:
Stanford
Keywords:
reissue, commentary, facsimile

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