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Le Serviteur

Guillaume Dufay’s chanson “Le serviteur hault guerdonne” enjoyed an immense popularity. There are many fantasies, contrafacta and even three masses bassed on one ore several voices of this chanson. This […]

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Leuven Chansonnier Unica

This is the first installment of the recently discovered Leuven Chansonnier. The facsimiles can be seen in the facsimile section of our foundation. These are the 12 unica of Leuven […]

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Leuven Chansonnier, First complete edition

This is the first complete edition of the recently discovered Leuven Chansonnier. It is a prime source connected to the so called Loire Chansonnier close to the French court. It […]

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Leuven Chansonnier, First complete edition

For the first time we present an edition of the recently found Leuven Chansonnier. It turns out to be a central source for the circle around Ockeghem, Busnois and Barbingant. […]

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London A XVI, London Ms Royal A XVI

This very fine chansonnier of French provenance around the years 1480-90 is almost an antology of chansons by Agricola and Hayne van Ghizeghem. Recent scholarship attributes its collection to Anne […]

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Lorraine Chansonnier, Paris, BN fonds fr. 1597

The so called Lorraine chansonnier belonged to Antoine, duke of Lorraine and contains repertoire of the court of Louis XII. Many known chansons are by Agricola, Compere and van Ghizeghem. […]

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Martini, Johannes, Chansons

Johannes Martini (ca. 1440-ca. 1497) was trained in Flanders and worked mostly in Ferrara and Milan. The most important sources of his secular work are Casanatense and Florence 229. His […]

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Mellon Chansonnier, Original and modern clefs

This chansonnier was collected under the supervision of Johannes Tinctoris in Naples around 1475. It is a major source for the chansons of his friend Antoine Busnois (cf. collected chansons […]

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Missa Pour quelque paine

Bruxelles, Bibliothèque Royale, Ms. 5557 This mass is doubtfully ascribed to “Ockam” in the source. In Vatican, Capella Sistina Ms. 51 there is an ascription to “Cornelius Heyns” who does […]

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Montecassino 871

Abbazia di Montecassino, Ms 871. Assembled in a Benedictine monastery in Naples, it contains an eclectic mixture of Neapolitan secular songs and sacred repertoire. Its core composers are Cornago and […]

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