Facsimile Sources

St. Gallen Liederbuch Fridolin Sicher

St. Gallen Stiftsbibliothek Ms. 461 Works by Obrecht, Compere, Agricola… View

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Thoinot Arbeau’s Orchéséographie

Arbeau’s Orchesographie is the most important dance manual of Renaissance dance. Apart from the instructions in form of a dialogue of pupil and teacher it contains a few chansons. It […]

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Trent Codices

The so called Trent Codices are the biggest source of sacred music (and quite some secular as well!) of the 15th century. They are available online and downloadable, some pages […]

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Vatican Library, Cappella Sistina Ms 14

1472-181 14 Masses, 2 Kyrie-Gloria pairs, 2 Kyries, 1 Gloria = 19 Amerval [Eloy]-1, Busnois-1, Caron-1, Domarlo-1, Dufay-3, Faugues-1, Ockeghem-1, Regis-2, Vincenet-1, Weerbecke [Gaspar]-1, Wreede-1, anon-5 Table of contents View […]

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Vatican, Codex Urb. Lat. 1411

Rome, Vatican City, Biblioteca apostolica vaticana, Archivio della Cappella Giulia, Cod. Urb. Lat. 1411. Collected in Italy, a major source for Binchois and Dufay. View Facsimile

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Wolfenbüttel Chansonnier

This is one of the most important sources of 15th century chansons with a close link to Chansonnier Laborde, also to be found in this section. http://diglib.hab.de/wdb.php?dir=mss/287-extrav

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Wolkensteinhandschrift, Innsbruck, Universitätsbibliothek

This is a major source for the songs of Oswald von Wolkenstein, collected from 1432-1438 http://manuscripta.at/diglit/AT4000-sn/0002?sid=f3332ee098bf69123c8c52cf41b24f25

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