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Journal of the Czech Museum of Music

advice in questions of paleography and of history in general. 3) The trimming of the upper margin almost does not touch the notation; the ends of the staves are missing because of trimming along the side in the upper half of the sheet on one side, and the beginnings are missing on the other side. 4) See below in the description of the content of the fragment. 8 Musicalia 1–2 / 2018 Martin Horyna Czech and central European sources of Medieval polyphony and the notation of music for keyboard instruments, it represents quite an extraordinary discovery, and in

contain only one Erard harp,72 the National Museum – Czech Museum of Music has five of them from various time periods, making this collection of Erard harps one of the most important in central Europe. A survey of the present state of research abroad by west‑European experts on the given topic has revealed that Czech research in this direction is lagging behind. Although Erard harps and stringed keyboard instruments are found within the territory of the present‑day Czech Republic that are not in the collection of the National Museum in Prague, there is a

1640, ed. Paolo Paolini, SPES, Firenze 1979; KAŠPAROVÁ, Jaroslava: Jazykově románské tisky v knihovně Václava Jana Michny z Vacínova († 1667), syna významného katolického šlechtice Pavla Michny z Vacínova (Romance Language Prints in the Library of Václav Jan Michna of Vacínov [† 1667], Son of the Important Catholic Nobleman Pavel Michna of Vacínov), in: Opera Romanica 13. Európske cesty románskych kníh v 16. – 18. storočí. K výskumu zámockých, meštianskych a cirkevných knižníc (The European Travels of Romance Language Books in the 16th – 18th Centuries. On