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J & J Lubrano (Firm)


General Context

Vendor. Established in 1977 and specializing in music- and dance-related material of the 15th-21st centuries. Located in Syosset, NY.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Gerald Abraham papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

Consists of correspondence, articles, manuscripts and research notes of Abraham. Also includes some unidentified sheet music and publications on music and various composers. Some of the material relates to the musicologist Michel D. Calvocoressi and several Russian composers.

Restrictions on access

Closed until processed.

Dates: approximately 1906-1986

Theodore Karp collection of liturgical and musical manuscript leaves


A collection of leaves from medieval and early modern manuscripts, including: antiphonals, missals, graduals, choirbooks, and one leaf from a book of hours.

Restrictions on Access

Collection is open for research; digital version also available.

Dates: circa 1200-1799; Majority of material found within circa 1300-1599

Messe e motetti à 4 voci / del Sr. Carlo Steffano Brambilla.


Two complete manuscript choral scores: Messe et motetti à 4 voci, and Salmi à 4 voci. Each work consists of five part books: canto, alto, tenore, basso, and organo (basso continuo). Notated in black ink on paper with ten rastrum-drawn staves per page. Title and attribution from front cover.

Restrictions on Access

Open for research; digital version also available.

Dates: between 1650 and 1670

Spartito di tutte l'antifone salmi et inni Secondo l'usu della RR Monache de S. Maria delli Angelie S.M. Maddale na de Pazz: stabilito questo canto concertato l'anno MDCCIX : manuscript

 Collection — Volume MS.2004.081
Scope and Contents

Liturgical manuscript containing three-part antiphons and vespers including settings for the In circumcisione Domini, In Festo S. Agnesio Verginis, In Conversione S. Pauli Apostoli, In Ascensione Domini, Commemoration Solemnis B.V.M. de Monte Carlo, and Assumptio Beate Mariae Virginis. These were used in the Carmelite Convent of Santa Maria degl'Angeli in Florence.

Restrictions on access

Open for research.

Dates: 1709