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The Codex Faenza: Instrumental Music of the Early XVth Century . From the Middle Ages the music of the beginning of the fifteenth century that survives is almost exclusively vocal, with liturgical song from monastic sources and courtly songs, motets and madrigals from aristocratic circles. 9781846097003 1846097002 The Classical Voice - More Performance Pieces for Male Singers, Chester Music 3426300030511 Korova Milk Bar, Korova Milk Bar 9781585165636 1585165638 Hang in There!, American Bible Society 9781841020266 1841020265 Maritime Operations in Peace - Drug Interdiction, Disaster Relief, Suppression of Piracy, Stephen Jermy, Etc Codex Faenza Alt ernative. Title Codex, I-FZc 117 Composer Various: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 22 vocal and 11 keyboard pieces Contents listing (DIAMM) Contents listing (Wikipedia) Piece Style Medieval: External Links Wikipedia article DIAMM Химический состав, также известный как химический состав или просто состав, представляет собой концепцию в химии, которая имеет разные, но похожие значения, если относиться к одному чистому веществу или смеси. Jan 13, 2006 · There are also materials from the former Reichs­druckerei, Berlin, including matrices for a small 16th-century Fraktur type, probably cut by Jacob Sabon before 1575, which appears at the foot of the specimen sheet of the Berner foundry, Frankfurt am Main, 1592, and for roman and italic types by Joseph Gillé in the style of Fournier le jeune ...