The materials listed below were submitted for review and are likely to be of interest to readers of JSCM, but because they do not relate primarily to seventeenth-century music or are re-issues of previously available works they will not receive full reviews.
1.1 Companion to Baroque Music. Compiled and edited by Julie Anne Sadie. Foreword by Christopher Hogwood. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1998 (originally published by Schirmer Books, 1991). [xviii, 549 pp. ISBN 0-520-21414-5 $24.95.]
1.2 Hexachords in Late-Renaissance Music. By Lionel Pike. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998. [ISBN 1-8592-455-8. $84.95.]
1.3 Creative Responses to Bach from Mozart to Hindemith. Edited by Michael Marissen. Bach Perspectives, 3. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998. [ISBN 0-8032-1048-5. $55.]
1.4 Jean-Baptiste-Charles de la Rousselière, Traitté des languettes impérialles pour la perfection du clavecin (Paris, 1679). Geneva: Minkoff, 1972. [149, 3 pp. ISBN 2-8266-0353-1. FS 45 ($30).]
1.5 Denis Delair, Traité d'accompagnement pour le théorbe et le clavessin (Paris, 1690). Nicolas Fleury, Méthode pour apprendre facilement à toucher le théorbe sur la basse-continue (Paris, 1660). Geneva: Minkoff, 1972. [61, 40 pp. ISBN 2-8266-0324-8. FS 55 ($38).]
2.1 Gottlieb Nittauff. Samtliga orgelverk / Complete Organ Works. Edited by John Sheridan. Bibliotheca Organi Sueciæ, 2. Stockholm: Runa Nototext, 1998 (c1996). [ix, 23 pp. ISMN M-706864-02-1. 160 Krona ($21).]
3.1 War of Love.Bimbetta (Sonja Rasmussen, Allison Zelles, Andrea Fullington, sopranos; Katherine Shao, harpsichord; Shelley Taylor, 'cello). d'Note, 1997. [DND 1023.]
1. Frank Hubbard, Three Centuries of Harpsichord Making (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1967), p. 323. Return to text
2. Denis Delair, Accompaniment on theorbo and harpsichord: Denis Delair's treatise of 1690 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991). Return to text
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