The Society for Seventeenth-Century Music is pleased to announce the publication of several new works in its collection of open-access scholarly editions:
WLSCM No. 37 presents the work of the Milanese nun Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602 – c.1677) in an edition that reconstructs the lost continuo part of her 1648 motet collection Scherzi di Sacra Melodia
a voce sola based on music later published by Daniel Speer in his Philomela angelica
(1688). Lucas Harris’s editorial work and continuo reconstruction is complemented by a detailed translation and guide for singers by John Pepper, and an introduction by Robert L. Kendrick.
Monuments of Seventeenth-Century Music Volume 2: Anthology of Italian Instrumental Music adds a further twelve Sinfonia by Giovanni Bononcini (1670-1747) from his Op. 4 (1686) and Op. 6 (1687) edited by Thomas D. Dunn.
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