[SCA-Dance] LUPI! LUPI! LUPI!
tmcd at panix.com
Mon Feb 14 10:56:56 EST 2011
On Mon, 14 Feb 2011, flip+ at andrew.cmu.edu wrote:
> Del <del at babel.com.au> writes:
> For those that are worried that this might be spam (body content is
> mostly just a link to a website without much context) -- it isn't.
It would be a kindness to make that note by saying what it actually
*is*, for those of us who have never heard of "Lupi". The page starts
This is a facsimile copy of the 1607 edition of Livio Lupi da
Caravaggio's book "Libro di Gagliarda, Tordiglione Passo e Mezzo
Canari e Passeggi", taken from the microfiche copy in the New York
Download the entire book as a PDF (112MB -- you have been warned!)
Click the images below to expand each page.
As the title indicates, it appears to be in Italian, which at the time
was a bunch of dialects of greater or lesser differences.
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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