Renaissance Music

Amarcord

Our special partner September 2004 http://www.amarcord.de

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arenai

Free access to a large range of French Renaissance music in midi, modern edition and facsimile. Moreover many useful links. Januar 2006 http://arenai.free.fr/Database.htm

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Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Chorbücher

The Bavarian Staatsbibliothek has now completed its digitalization of choirbooks, a fantastic enterprise! You will find a choice of them in our Facsimile site. View

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Binchois Consort

The Binchois Consort is one of the leading ensembles for 15th century music. Especially its interpretations of Masses by Dufay and Busnois are noteworthy for their clarity, flexibility and rhetorical […]

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Bologna Q 17

Bologna, Civico Museo Bibliografico Musicale, MS Q17 Source of secular pieces from the end of the 15th century, probably of Florentine origin. View Facsimile

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Brüssel Bibliothèque royale de Belgique – ms. IV 90

The so called Tournai songbook, created around 1510-20 with compositions by Compere, Barbireau, Agricola, Obrecht, Josquin, Pipelare, Busnois… View Facsimile

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Brüssel Bibliothèque royale de Belgique Ms 15075

Choirbook with masses by Pierre de la Rue Facsimile published by Alamire Foundation Please note their terms of use!! September 2015 http://www.idemdatabase.org/alamire/items/show/88

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Brüssel Bibliothèque royale de Belgique ms 215-16

Choirbook with works by Pierre de la Rue, Pipelare and Joaquin Facsimile published by Alamire Foundations, please note their terms of use! September 2015 http://www.idemdatabase.org/alamire/items/show/76

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Brüssel Bibliothèque royale de Belgique Ms 9126

Choirbook containing Masses, Motets and Magnificats by Agricola, de la rue, Josquin, de Orto… Facsimile published by Alamire Foundation Please note their terms of use!! September 2015 http://www.idemdatabase.org/alamire/items/show/85

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Brüssel Chansonnier of Marguerite d’Austria, Ms. 228

Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale Ms. 228 This is one part of the famous chanson album of Marguerite of Austria. View

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