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  • Victimæ Paschali (Gregorian Chant)

    €100.00

    Gregorian Chant handset in movable types.

    The printing took place in two steps, in the way of old antiphonaries: first the staves in red, then the notes in black.
    Solemn song of the Passover of the Lord, dating from the 11th century.

    Letterpress-printed on 100% cotton paper, handmade expressly for this edition at the Fabriano Paper Museum.

  • STABAT MATER. DIES IRÆ. DEUX CONTREPOINTS

    €6,000.00

    Limited edition of 60 copies typeset by hand in movable types. The hand-typesetting of Gregorian chant notation makes this edition an exceptional endeavor in contemporary fine printing.
    Dedicated to Gregorian Chants "Stabat Mater” and “Dies Irae”, this edition includes two inedited poems in French by Jean-Luc Nancy and six silk-screen prints signed by Claudio Parmiggiani, made expressly for this edition.

  • De Aetna Liber - Petri Bembi

    €430.00

    Limited edition of 46 numbered copies typeset by hand in moveable types, letter by letter, and letterpress printed on cotton paper made in Sicily with the groundwater from the volcano Etna. 

    Etching by Walter Valentini, signed and numbered, made expressly for this edition.

    This edition printed in Latin is a tribute to the famous incunabulum printed by Aldus Manutius in 1495, which is considered to be the first modern book.
    Bembo tells about his trip to Sicily to learn Greek and about his ascent to the top of volcano Etna. 

  • De Aetna Liber - Petri Bembi

    €630.00

    Limited edition of 23 numbered copies typeset by hand in moveable types, letter by letter, and letterpress printed on pure cotton paper made with the groundwater from the volcano Etna. 

    Etching by Walter Valentini, signed and numbered, made expressly for this edition.

    This edition printed in Latin is a tribute to the famous incunabulum printed by Aldus Manutius in 1495, which is considered to be the first modern book.
    Bembo tells about his trip to Sicily to learn Greek and about his ascent to the top of volcano Etna.