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Short  Title Brussels II.3326
Full  Citation Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale Albert I, Ms II.3326
RISM  ID 700008518
Provenance  &  Date Flemish  Brabant  (Belgium),  c1660-1700  or  possibly  later.
Time  Frame 1650-1700
Contents
F Title Pp.  in  Source
3.16 Canzona  quarta f 158v-160v
Modern  Editions  &  Facsimiles
Short  Title
Literature
Short  Title Pp.  in  Lit.
Bergmans (1933)
Related  Frescobaldi  Publ.
Canonical  Publ
TOCCATE  II  (1627-1637)
Notes Also known as the Cocquiel MS, named after Jacob Ignatius Joseph Cocquiel, organist of the church of St. Vincent at Zinnik (Soignies), who according to an inscription had the use of the manuscript in 1741. It contains 364 compositions, many attributed to Abraham van den Kerckhoven (c1618-1701). Other attributions are to C. Vaes, Pollietti (Poglietti), A. Kolfs, Papen and L.F. The last piece, while appearing anonymously, is an an incomplete copy of F 3.16, headed “Fuga d’un Italien.” Based on notes by Godelieve Spiessens (1982); see
<http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Cocquiel_Manuscript_(Various)>