Facsimile Sources

Brüssel, Chansonnier of Marguerite of Austria Ms. 228

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Cancionero de Segovia

One of the most important sources for secular and sacred works by Obrecht, Brumel, Compere, Agricola, etc. Around 1500. Cancionero De Segovia Teil 1 Cancioneiro De Segovia Teil 2

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Cappella Giulia XIII.27

Rom, Vatikanstaat, Biblioteca Vaticana, Cappella Giulia XIII.27 Florentine Chansonnier from 1492-94 closely related to the Medici family. Major source for Agricola and Isaac, some purely instrumental pieces. As there is […]

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Chansonnier of Isabella d’Este, Rome, Bibl. Casanatense Ms. 2856

Created for the Ferrarese court between 1480 and 1490, it is a very valuable source because of its many and consistent ascriptions to composers. There are no texts throughout which […]

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Chigi Codex, Bibl. Vaticana Ms Chigi C.VIII 234

The so called Chigi Codex is the most important source for Masses and Motets of Johannes Ockeghem. http://digi.vatlib.it/view/MSS_Chig.C.VIII.234

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Choirbook with Masses by Isaac and Senfl, BSB Ms mus. 47

Choirbook from 1560 with masses by Heinrich Isaac: Solenne, de Apostels; de Martiribus; de Confessoribus; de Beata Virgine Ludwig Senfl: Dominicale; Feriale Ludwig Daser: de Virginibus de la Rue: Requiem […]

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Codex St. Emmeram, BSB Clm 14274

Very important source for Works of Dufay. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0000/bsb00001643/images/

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Copenhague Chansonnier

The Copenhague Chansonnier is one of the so called Loire Chansonniers containing the chanson repertoire of French and Burgundian composers of the 15th century. http://www.kb.dk/permalink/2006/manus/702/dan//?var=

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Copenhague, MS Ny kongelige Samling 1848, 2°

Created around 1525 it is a large collection of masses, motets and 151 chansons. Works by Agricola, Busnois, Févin, Ghiselin, Isaac, Ockeghem, Josquin… View Facsimile

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El Escorial IV.a.24

Palacio Real, Monasterio di San Lorenzo, Ms IV.a.24 This songbook contains works of the Dufay-Dunstable generation, probably around 1460. There is a close relation to Montecassino 871. View three parts […]

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