Resources for Renaissance Music

Alamire Foundation

The Alamire Foundation is specializing in research on 15th and 16th century music in Flanders. Especially interesting is their motet project, an online listing of motets of this period. Moreover, […]

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Catalogue de la Chanson à la Renaissance

Very useful catalogue with concordances of the Renaissance chansons of the 16th century. Juni 2010 http://ricercar.cesr.univ-tours.fr/3-programmes/basechanson/03231-2.asp

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Chansons francaises 1480-1600

Very useful repertory with sources for over 900 chansons. Dezember 2008 http://ricercar.cesr.univ-tours.fr/3-programmes/basechanson/03231-0.htm

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CMME

This is a very useful short introduction for reading mensural music by Ted Dumitrescu Juni 2010 http://www.cmme.org/misc/refsheet.pdf

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DIAMM – Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music

Extensive description of sources with secondary literature. Still rather rare instances of online facsimiles, but very promising for the future. Dezember 2008 http://www.diamm.ac.uk/index.html

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Dictionairy of Middle French

An absolutely astounding internet tool composed of 17 contemporary dictionairies and sources, albeit in French… Oktober 2009 http://www.lexilogos.com/francais_dictionnaire_ancien.htm#moyen

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Johannes Tinctoris – Theoretical Works Online

Ronald Woodley has started to put the important theoretical works of Johannes Tinctoris online. You may follow the original Text with annotations and translations. Currently there is one item online, […]

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Latin Theory Texts online

Extensive ensemble of Latin texts of music theory online. Oktober 2006 http://www.chmtl.indiana.edu/tml/start.html

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Loire Chansonniers

This site assembles all chansons of the so called Loire Chansonniers except Nivelle. Extremely useful, all chansons with indices leading to the facsimile source! Juli 2009 http://www.undoulxregard.org/mellon/mellon.html

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Motet Database

Large Database for the motet repertoire from 1475-1600. November 2006 http://www.arts.ufl.edu/motet/

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