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The complete title page appears only in the tenor part book; the others have merely the name of the part: "Discantus," "Contratenor," "Bassus," and "Quinta et Sexta Vox." On fols. 2-3 of the tenor part book: printing privilege granted by Ferdinand I, signed and dated (on fol. 3) "In civitate nostra Vienna, Die IIII. Mensis Octobris, Anno Domini M. D. XXXIX. / Regnorum nostrorum Romani IX. Aliorum vero XIII. / Ferdinandus. / Ad Mandatum Sacre / Regie Matis. Proprium." On fols. 3v-4 of the tenor part book: preface by the editor, Sigismund Salblinger, in Latin, headed "SIGISMUNDUS SALBLINGER, / Augustanus, ad Musices Studiosos." On fol. 4v of the tenor part book: preface by Salblinger in German, headed "Sigmund Salblinger in Augspurg, / zu den liebhabenden der Music." On fols. 5-7 of the tenor part book: table of contents. On fols. 7v-8 of the tenor part book: instructions headed "JACOBUS FABER, STAPULENSIS, / De elementis Musicalibus scribens, inducit quae sequuntur." On fol. 8v of the tenor part book: epigraph in Latin headed "ERASMUS ROTERODAMUS. / In Apophthegmatum, Libro II. / de Institutes Laconun." On fol. 9 of the tenor partbook: poem in Latin headed "JOANNIS PINICIANI / MUSICAE ARTIS AMATORIBUS / CARMEN"; the poem begins "Huc omnes blandi veniant Heliconis amici," and it is dated "An. Domini, M. D. XL." Fol. 9 = fol. A1. On fol. L7v of the tenor part book: afterword in Latin headed "MELCHIOR KRIESSTEIN / CALCOGRAPHUS BASILIENSIS, / municeps Augustanus, Musicae deditis, / S. P.," and dated "Ex Augusta Vindelicorum, Mense Martio: Anno Domini, M. D. XL." On fol. L8 of the tenor part book: afterword in German headed "Melcher Kriesstein, Buchtrucker, von Basel purtig, Mitburger / zu Augspurg, wunnscht den Liebhabern der Music, / vil hail." and dated "Geben zu Augspurg, im Jar, do man zelet, nach Christi gepurt, M. D. end XL. / im Mertzen." On fol. L8v of the tenor part book: printer's mark, followed by the colophon reading "Augustae Vindelicorum, Melchior Kriesstein / excudebat, An. Domini M. D. XL." Foliation and attributions in the inventory below are taken from the tenor part book (except for the duos, nos. 90-93, which appear only in the contratenor and quinta et sexta vox part books, and the canons, nos. 94-104, which appear only in the quinta et sexta vox)., Colophon on the last page of all the part books except the tenor: "Augustae Vindelicorum, Melchior Kriesstein excudebat, An. &c. XL." (divided between two lines of type in the quinta et sexta vox). On fol. H7v of the quinta et sexta vox: textless circle canon with a cut of a hunter in the middle, the initials ".S. .D." at the top, and the date ".1540." at the bottom. On fol. H8 of the quinta et sexta vox: cut of birds pecking at an owl, surrounded by the motto "Sola vagor, nulli noceo, / plangens, tamen illae / Immerito nobis / insidiantur aves," and followed by the colophon., For further information, see EitnerB 1877.; Containing: DUOS IN CONTRATENOR AND QUINTA ET SEXTA VOX; CANONS ("FUGAE") IN QUINTA ET SEXTA VOX ONLY; MOTET IN ALL PART BOOKS
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