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Tablature notations that developed in the sixteenth century in the field of secular European instrumental music had an impact also on the dissemination of purely vocal and vocal-instrumental church music. In this function, the so-called new German organ tablature notation (also known as Ammerbach’s notation) became the most prominent, enabling organists to produce intabulations from the vocal and vocal-instrumental parts of sacred compositions. On the choir of the Lutheran church in Levoča, as parts of the Leutschau/Lőcse/Levoča Music Collection, six tablature books written in Ammerbach’s notation have been preserved. They are associated with Johann Plotz, Ján Šimbracký, and Samuel Marckfelner, local organists active in Zips during the seventeenth century. The tablature books contain a repertoire which shows that the scribes had a good knowledge of contemporaneous Protestant church music performed in Central Europe, as well as works by Renaissance masters active in Catholic environment during the second half of the sixteenth century. The books contain intabulations of the works by local seventeenth-century musicians, as well as several pieces by Jacob Regnart, Matthäus von Löwenstern, Fabianus Ripanus, etc. The tablatures are often the only usable source for the reconstruction of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century polyphonic compositions transmitted incompletely.

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Peters, P., Plotz, W.: Mountain medicine education in Europe. Wilderness Environ. Med., 1998, 9 , 19–27. Plotz W. Mountain medicine education in Europe

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12 1329 1335 Ginn, L. R., Lin, J. P., Plotz, P. H. és mtsai: Familial autoimmunity in pedigrees of idiopathic inflammatory myopathy

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Authors: Melinda Nagy-Vincze, Levente Bodoki, Zoltán Griger, and Katalin Dankó

Plotz, P. H., Rider, L. G., Targoff, I. N., et al.: NIH Conference. Myositis: immunologic contributions to understanding cause, pathogenesis, and therapy. Ann. Intern. Med., 1995, 122 (9), 715

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diagnosis. Curr Opin Pediatr. 2006; 18: 10–14. 22 de Vos MA, Bos AP, Plotz FB, et al. Talking with parents about end-of-life decisions for their children. Pediatrics 2015; 135

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Authors: Tamás Constantin, Andrea Ponyi, Tamás Kálovics, Ilonka Orbán, Katalin Molnár, Beáta Dérfalvy, Ferenc Dicső, Ágnes Sallai, Miklós Garami, Zsolt Balogh, Zsuzsanna Szalai, György Fekete, and Katalin Dankó

Adams, E. M., Plotz, P. H.: The treatment of myositis. How to approach resistant disease. Rheum. Dis. Clin. North Am., 1995, 21(1) , 179–202. Plotz P. H. The treatment of

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Adams, E. M., Plotz, P. H.: The treatment of myositis. How to approach resistant disease. Rheum. Dis. Clin. North. Am., 1995, 21 , 179–202. Plotz P. H. The treatment of myositis. How

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Benjamin Bereznai, Anita Trauninger, Ilona György, Katalin Szakszon, Zsuzsanna Almássy, Endre Pál, Ágnes Herczegfalvi, Katalin Várdi Visy, Zsolt Illés, and Mária Judit Molnár

Raben, N., Plotz, P., Byrne, B. J.: Acid alpha-glucosidase deficiency (glycogenosis type II, Pompe disease). Curr. Mol. Med., 2002, 2 , 145–166. Byrne B. J. Acid alpha

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: M. Pásztói, P. Misják, B. György, B. Aradi, T. G. Szabó, B. Szántó, M. Cs. Holub, Gy. Nagy, A. Falus, and E. I. Buzás

. T.J. Lehman J.B. Allen P.H. Plotz R.L. Wilder 1983

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