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Gioseffo Zarlino in the Low Countries: A Copy of his Complete Works Owned by the Organist Abraham Verheyen († 1619)

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The article makes a contribution to the reception of the influential sixteenth-century music treatise Le istitutioni harmoniche by Gioseffo Zarlino in the Low Countries. Specifically, it brings to attention a recently identified copy of the 1588-9 edition of Zarlino’s complete works that once belonged to the organist Abraham Verheyen in Nijmegen, which is now at the Bibliothèque musicale François-Lang, Abbaye de Royaumont, France. It traces the provenance of the book and discusses various early annotations, its binding, and a series of underlinings of an early reader. Together these elements provide material for an eventual reception history of Zarlino’s writings.

Affiliations: 1: University College RooseveltMiddelburgThe Netherlands


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