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By Jane A. Bernstein

This quantity discusses the trade of tune and its connection to the printing and publishing in mid-sixteenth century Venice. track printers occupied a special area of interest within the Renaissance printing global simply because their product appealed to these with subtle style and used to be now not readable by way of the whole literate public. Bridging the space among tune and different disciplines, Bernstein demonstrates right here that the position of a song printer could be mentioned as a part of the bigger cultural and fiscal query of the good fortune of a business.

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The industry reached Italy at the end of the thirteenth century. The town of Fabriano, situated near Ancona, became the first Italian center for the manufacture of paper. Renowned for the quality and quantity of its paper, Fabriano retained its status as a major producer of paper for centuries. 29 The paper industry expanded quickly with the spread of printing, and by the sixteenth century, large amounts of paper were produced all over Italy as well as in France and Germany. 30 Girolamo Scotto acquired most of his paper from Padua.

Ii– xvii. 45. Howard, Jacopo Sansovino, 3, 26. 46. Fabio Mauroner, Le incisioni di Tiziano (Padua, [1943]), 20–21; 42–44; and figs. 22–25. 47. Quondam, “Mercanzi d’onore,” 96. 48. Scholderer, “Printing at Venice,” 78; but see Lowry, Nicholas Jensen, 107–111 for a different interpretation. 49. Lowry, World of Aldus Manutius, 14. 50. Gerulaitis, Printing and Publishing, 9. 51. Grendler, Roman Inquisition, 5–6. 52. For an introduction to the Aristotelian tradition in the Renaissance see various writings by Paul Oskar Kristeller in Renaissance Thought and its Sources, ed.

A Christian from Antwerp, Bomberg became the most prominent printer of Hebrew texts in Venice. 70 During the 1540s other printers, including the two patricians, Marc’Antonio Giustiniani and Alvise Bragadino, followed Bomberg’s lead. 71 Bookmen sought privileges from the Venetian Senate for editions in other languages. ”72 Terracini died before he could apply his privilege. The first five books printed in Armenian appeared in Venice between 1511 and 1513. 74 The Paganinis sought to publish Arabic texts intended for export to the Islamic market.

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