Locke, Matthew & Gibbons, Christopher: Cupid and Death
Edited by Edward J Dent
First published in 1951, revised 1965.
Dimensions (mm): 330 x 254 x 12
Today’s revival of interest in 17th-century English music-theatre owes much to pioneering early Musica Britannica volumes which made available for the first time authoritative editions of works such as James Shirley’s Cupid and Death, an important example of the Renaissance masque tradition surviving from this period.
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The performing material is available for rental.