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Brüssel, Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Ms IV 922

Choirbook containing Masses, Motets and Hyms by various composers such as van Weerbecke, de la Rue, Mouton, Josquin…. Facsimile published by Alamire Foundation Please note their terms of use!! http://www.idemdatabase.org/alamire/items/show/91

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Brüssel, Chansonnier of Marguerite of Austria Ms. 228

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Busnois Chansons , revidierte Version

Complete edition with some variant sources in original clefing. All rights remain with the editor Clemens Goldberg. List of chansons: A que ville Kanon A que ville dreistimmig A qui […]

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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 Chansonnier

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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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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Caron Chansons

Caron is one of the most enigmatic composers of the second half of the fifteenth century. His chansons, though, were extremely popular. They also served as a basis for several […]

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Chansonnier Casanatense, Roma, Biblioteca Casanatense Ms 285

This chansonnier was probably created in Ferrara for the Este family. It dates from around 1480 to 1490. It has not a single text and is thus conceived as an […]

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Chansonnier Nivelle (revidiert!), Modern and original clefs

One of the so called Loire Chansonniers, probably the oldest one. Copyright stays with the author Clemens Goldberg. This is already a first revision! Please donate for our work! Download […]

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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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