Routledge has published the third and final volume of Historical musicology professor Mary S. Lewis’ book on the sixteenth-century Venetian music printer Antonio Gardano.

Routledge has published the third and final volume of Historical musicology professor Mary S. Lewis’ book on the sixteenth-century Venetian music printer Antonio Gardano.Antonio Gardano, Venetian Music Printer 1538-1569: A Descriptive Bibliography and Historical Study describes the printing career of Gardano, one of the sixteenth century’s most important music printers. The three volumes discuss his working methods, the repertory he published, the impact of music printing on composers, patrons, and the musical public, and the musical culture in which the music was produced. The catalog gives a complete description of all 442 editions that Gardano published, along with locations of copies and concordant sources for the individual works. Some of the composers whose music appeared in Gardano’s books include Palestrina, Lasso, Rore, Willaert, Arcadelt, Gombert, Regnart. and many others.