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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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Ockeghem Missa Prolationum

Ockeghem’s Missa Prolationum is one of the most impressive contrapuntal works in music history. It is wholly comprised of canons, mostly two pairs of independent canons. The most amazing ones […]

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Ockeghem, Chansons, Modern and original clefs

Complete edition of the chansons by Clemens Goldberg, all rights remain with the editor and this foundation. Partly several versions from different sources. You may also consult Clemens Goldberg, Die […]

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Odhecaton A edited

The edition of Helen Hewitt and Isabel Pope of Harmonice Musices Odhecaton A by Ottaviano Petrucci View Moreover, there is a full recording available online! listen

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Paris Bibliothèque Nationale Ms. 12744

This source contains monophonic songs and provides some texts for polyphonic settings. You may consult this edition! View

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Pixérécourt Chansonnier, Original and modern clefs

The chansonnier Pixérécourt (Paris Bibliothèque Nationale fr. 15123) is one of the largest collections of French and Italien chansons collected around 1485. Copyright remains with the author Clemens Goldberg, please […]

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