Ozalid


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Ozalid

1. A process using ammonia to print a reproduction from a translucent, original drawing or image.

2. A machine that uses the ozalid process.
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An ozalid copy of copyist's score, with extensive corrections, which incorporates most of the revisions from Item 6 with a notation on the front cover: "WS's score with corrections.
Smith's first initiatives became known as the Black Line Print project, under which copyists working with india ink on ozalid master sheets produced scores of compositions--such as eighteenth-century trio sonatas--which had previously only been printed as parts; in some cases, works which had been published as scores had parts produced to facilitate performance.
Because large-ensemble music requires multiple copies of instrumental parts, materials for unpublished works--and some published ones--were duplicated from manuscripts by the ozalid process in the era before photocopying could produce legible parts.