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NEW: Corpus Christianorum - Forthcoming Titles 2018-2019 06/12/2018

The 2018-2019 issue of our catalogue "Corpus Christianorum - New and Forthcoming Titles" is now available online.

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This catalogue includes live links to our website where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage. Available titles can be ordered directly online, using the brepols webshop.

"The History of Venetian Renaissance Sculpture" is named Apollo's BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 27/11/2018

"The History of Venetian Renaissance Sculpture, ca. 1400–1530" by Anne Markham Schulz has been announced as BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 by Apollo, The International Art Magazine.

With nearly 1,300 pages and with 800 illustrations, Schulz’s two-volume study of the many Venetian sculptors working in stone, bronze and wood in the period under discussion is the first extensive survey of the subject in nearly a century.

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Complement your eBook Collections before the end of the year 29/11/2018

If your library has been prudent with its budget for 2018, there may be some money left over to complement current eBook Collections. Apart from monographs and miscellany volumes in the field of Medieval Studies, our eBooks cover a wide range of other research areas, such as Philosophy, Church History, Renaissance Studies, or Book History.

The special introductory price for the eBook Collections 2018 will be extended till 31 December 2018.

The full list of eBooks is available here (excel).

Camille Saint-Saëns'Le Carnaval des animaux: Facsimile Edition of the Autograph Manuscript 26/07/2018

The collection “De main de maître” showcases the facsimiles of the most prestigious scores of the Music Department of the National Library of France.
Dedicated to the autograph manuscript of Camille Saint-Saëns’ famous Carnival of the Animals (1835-1921), this new Brepols publication sheds a distinctive light on the musician’s personality. It reveals the composer’s handwriting, all the performance directions as he noted them, but also to the playful animal drawings with which he decorated his score – a fish for “Aquarium”, the skeleton of a dinosaur for “Fossiles”, the pale blue pencil silhouette of a swan to illustrate the famous “Swan”.

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