Labyrinth Search Results: 13 link(s)
- La Trobe University Library - Medieval Music Database
- LaTrobe University's medieval music database covers the 14th century. Browse by text, composer, liturgical feast, manuscript, and genre. Search by text, melody, and descriptor.
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- British Harpsichord Society
- Extensive collection of harpsichord related information
- Canticum Novum - Schola Cantorum Bogotensis
- Lessons on Gregorian chants: characteristics, notation, rhythm, modes, pronunciation, translations (Latin-Spanish), scores.
- Cantus: Database for Gregorian Chant
- Indices of chants in selected manuscripts and early printed sources of the Divine Office.
- Cecilia - Music Collections
- Site searchable by time period, subject, people, tradition, place, and institution. Time period extends from 1st century to 16th century. Some images of manuscripts available.
- Early Music FAQ
- Frequently Asked Questions page for Early Music (Western music of the Medieval, Renaissance & Baroque eras).
- Early Music Page
- Diverse resources for the study of early music from 500-1600.
- Ensemble Diabolus in Musica
- Diabolus in Musica is a French musical ensemble specialised in the study and interpretation of medieval music, with a marked preference for the 12th and 13th centuries. The group works directly on manuscript sources.
- Gregorian Chant Home Page
- Princeton University site dedicated to support of Chant research, contains many helpful links.
- Ivory Consort
- The Ivory Consort, founded and directed by Jay Elfenbein, is an ensemble that specializes in medieval music performed in an exciting and historically informed manner.
- Lexicon Musicum Latinum
- Medieval Music Theory Database at Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (German Site).
- Website of Montreal-based Early Music ensemble, featuring Olivier Fortin, harpsichord, and Elin Soderstrom, viola da gamba. Background information on programs, other artists.
- Thesarus Musicarum Latinarum
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