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"Humanities and Science University Journal" № 12 (Art history, philology and historical sciences), 2015

Frottole in Andrea Antico’s Publications

E. V. Pankina
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 The article addresses the main landmarks of life of Andrea Antico, as a publisher
as well as the specifi cs of frottola collections that he has published: preponderance of the songs by North Italian singers along with the inclusion of works by the cantors of the papal choir, compact edition, and cheaper publications. The research is based on the texts of papal privileges and breves bestowed upon Antico as well as frottola compilations, which content is analysed for geographical representativeness of the songs’ composers. The author believes that characteristics of Antico as a music publisher involved combination of different types of activity, pauses in business activity; competition with Ottaviano Petrucci, a great Venetian publisher of the secular music,
fi nancial and production collaboration with others in the contrast to the then
existing practice of managing the whole publishing cycle single-handedly.
Keywords: Renaissance; Italian music publishers; frottola; Andrea Antico; Ottaviano
Petrucci.
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