color facsimile

color facsimile

[′kəl·ər ‚fak′sim·ə·lē]
(communications)
A facsimile system for transmission of color photographs, in which three separate facsimile transmissions are made from the original color print, using color-separation filters in the optical system of the facsimile transmitter.
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This is for the most part the approach adopted by the authors of four essays introducing the new color facsimile of MS 1070 published under the auspices of the University of Oxford's Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM).
Except for his marking of top-line letters, which may follow the curve of the adorned ascenders, Scribe B's way of marking highlighted letters is normally a straight vertical line (see British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts [BLCIM], color facsimile of Harley 2253, fol.
The bountiful musical examples, color facsimile plates, copious bibliographical citations, and a list of recordings as well as print works by Rosen are invaluable.
Lincoln presented to the government of Vietnam a gift from the Universal House of Justice consisting of a framed, color facsimile of two of the personal seals of Baha'u'llah, the founder of the Baha'i Faith.
Another reprise of the emblems presents them in a color facsimile, complete with the full prose texts.
This DVD contains high-resolution color facsimile images of the complete manuscript with an electronic interface that allows scholars to search for specific words and phrases, and to zoom in to analyze details of the manuscript barely visible to the naked eye.
All known portraits of Strauss are included, most in color facsimile (items 161-77).
The results of this work were presented in a glossy, high-quality color facsimile reproduction of the entire codex (reduced from 46.5 cm X 31.6 cm to 29 cm X 20.5 cm), preceded by a substantial collection of English essa ys describing the codex and its notation as well as past research (Janka Szendrei), the restoration (Maria, Czigler), illuminations (Tunde Webli), liturgical structure (Laszlo Dobszay), music (Szendrei), and origin and later history (Dobszay), followed by a comprehensive bibliography and thorough index (with indications of mode) of the chants to facilitate the examination and study of the manuscript.
This sumptuous, color facsimile edition presents two chant books copied at St.
[Text volume in Ital., Eng.: 287 p., paper; color facsimile vol.: 220 p., hdbd.; the set in case, L.