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Short  Title Krakow [formerly Berlin] 40316
Full  Citation Krakow, Biblioteka Jagiellonska, Mus. ms. 40316 [formerly Berlin, Staatsbibliothek, Mus. ms. 40316]
RISM  ID
Provenance  &  Date Brussels,  c1609  (for  Frescobaldi  entries)
Time  Frame 1600-1650
Contents
F Title Pp.  in  Source
6.07 Fantasia  settima  sopra  tre  soggietti f 58-592
6.08 Fantasia  ottavo  sopra  tre  soggietti f 594-605
6.09 Fantasia  nona  sopra  tre  soggietti f 60v-?
6.10 Fantasia  decima  sopra  quattro  soggietti [f 61v-?]
15.30 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista  [Monaca]  [1.  parte] f 1v-2
15.30.01 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista  [Monaca]  [1.  parte] f 1v1-2
15.30.02 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista 
Seconda  Parti
f 1v2-4
15.30.03 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista 
Terza  Parte
f 1v4-6
15.30.04 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista 
Quarta  Parte
f 21-2
15.30.05 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista
Quinta  Parte 
f 22-4
15.30.06 Partite  sopra  un  aria  Romana  detta  la  Manista 
Sesta  Parte
f 24-5
15.32 Toccata  f 352-6
15.42c [Canzona]  sopra  il  Gu  Gu f 714-715
Modern  Editions  &  Facsimiles
Short  Title
Shindle
Literature
Short  Title Pp.  in  Lit.
Apel (1962) 43,  45
Apel (1972) 482
Hammond (1983) 290
Hammond (2002) 378-379
Riedel (1987)
Schierning (1961) 84-86
Silbiger (1980-1) 61,  190
Silbiger (2013) 94-96
Smith (2009)
Related  Frescobaldi  Publ.
Canonical  Publ
FANTASIE  (1608)
Notes In late 19c and early 20c literature this MS is referred to by it earlier shelfmark Ms. 191. For many years the MS was believed to have been lost during World War II, although a photocopy was preserved in the Harvard Music Library. In 1982 it was discovered to reside in Krakow. Riedel (1987) states that Krakow 40316 includes 8 fantasias in German keyboard tablature, a toccata, a capriccio, and a “partite,” all by Frescobaldi, but according to the original ToC it contained only 4 fantasias (one now missing because of the missing fols. 61 and 62) and a partite set. Dating from the detailed study by David Smith.