I did a little searching on library interloan sites and at the Library of Congress. I know some music by de Maque is available in organ books put out by Faber and Faber, Soler and Martini definitely are, Rossi I couldn't find keyboard music for but did find others.
Ferdinando de Medici as a composer I could find nothing for and had never heard of him before your post. If you like late renaissance/early baroque Italian keyboard music though I'd also recommend the music of Ascanio Mayone. I've greatly enjoyed this CD:
Ascanio Maione: Primo libro di diversi Capricci per sonare (Napoli 1603) on the Tactus label.
And if I remember right he was a student of de Macque. Beyond that, good luck!
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Subject: Medici Book
> I have been listening with great pleasure to "The Medici Harpsichord
> Book" as recorded by Aapo Hakkinen
> (http://www.deux-elles.co.uk/DXL_1083.html) on the Deux-Elles label.
> As usual for things I acquire through iTunes, I have no liner notes,
> and I am wondering if a performing edition of this ms. has been (or
> will be) published. Is anyone in the know?
> (who is wondering what the Soler Fandango would sound like on a
> nine-foot CCC Schudi & Broadwood...)
> John Martin Marks
> Organist & Director of Music
> Grace & St. Peter's Church
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> "I never practice; I always play."
> -- Wanda Landowska
> "He who lives without folly isn't so wise as he thinks."
> -- Francois de La Rochefoucauld