Raziskovanje Shiptonskega zaklada


  • Iain Fenlon



Ključne besede:

The Purcell Society, Edward Taylor, Edward Francis Rimbault, starinoslovje, zbiratelji knjig


Avgusta 1840 je v pismu, objavljenem v reviji The Musical World, izšla notica o najdbi »štirih velikih železnih skrinj, polnih glasbenih knjig«; med njimi nekatere zelo redke in še neodkrite. V resnici je bila ta objava prevara. A kdo jo je zagrešil? Ta esej prinaša zbrane dokaze in skuša razrešiti skrivnost.


Podatki o prenosih še niso na voljo.

Biografija avtorja

Iain Fenlon

University of Cambridge


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Kako citirati

Fenlon, I. (2024). Raziskovanje Shiptonskega zaklada. De Musica Disserenda, 19(2). https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd19.2.02