The Beginning of Music Printing in the 15th Century
Mary Kay Duggan
September 22, 2012
Scripps College Humanities Auditorium
Mary Kay Duggan’s research on early music printing began with music books printed in Italy (Italian Music Incunabula, UC Press, 1992) and continues with a book on music books printed in German-speaking lands. She is an emerita professor at UC Berkeley where she taught in the School of Information (formerly the School of Library and Information Studies) and the Dept. of Music. Another current project is the virtual library of 19th-century California sheet music.
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