Imperial Privilege for Arnolt Schlick, Speyer (1511)

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Imperial Privilege for Arnolt Schlick, Speyer (1511), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Highly Useful Mirror for the Organ-builders and Organists of
All Monasteries and Churches Which Have or Commission Organs,
artfully composed by the famous and skilful Master Arnolt
Schlick, Organist to the Count Palatine, and printed and brought out
thanks to a special laudable privilege from His Roman Imperial Majesty.


Spiegel der Orgelmacher vn Organisten aller Stifften un kirche[n]
so Orgel halte oder mache lassen hochnützlich. durch den hochbreüm
pten vn kunstreichen Meyster Arnolt Schlicken Pfalzgrauischen
Organiste artlich verfasst. vn uß Römische Kaißerlicher maiestat
sonder löblicher befreyhug vn begnadug auffgericht un außgange.


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