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Alden 2010

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Anglés 1941

Higini Anglés (ed.), Monumentos de la Musica Española, I, Polifonía religiosa, Madrid: Ministerio de Educación (1941), 112-5.

Atlas 1975-6

Allan W. Atlas, The Cappella Giulia Chansonnier (Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana C.G.XIII.27), Brooklyn, NY: Institute of Mediaeval Music (1975-6).

Atlas 1977

Allan W. Atlas, ‘On the Neapolitan Provenance of the Manuscript Perugia, Biblioteca Comunale Augusta, 431 (G 20)’, Musica Disciplina, 31 (1977), 45-105.

Atlas 1978

Allan W. Atlas: ‘La provenienza del manoscritto Berlin 78.C.28: Firenze o Napoli?’, in Rivista Italiana di Musicologia, XIII (1978), 10–29.

Barret 1981

Charles E. Barret, 'A Critical Edition of the Dijon Chansonnier: Dijon, Bibliothèque de la ville, MS 517 (ancient 295)', Ph.D. diss., Nashville, TN: George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University (1981).

Becherini 1942-3

Bianca Becherini, ‘Alcuni canti dell’ “Odhecaton” e del codice fiorentino 2794’, Bulletin de l’Institut historique belge de Rome, 42 (1942-3), 327-48.

Becherini 1950

Bianca Becherini, ‘Autori minori nel codice fiorentino Magl. XIX, 176’, Revue Belge de Musicologie, 4 (1950), 19-31.

Becherini 1959

Bianca Becherini, Catalogo dei manoscritti musicali della Biblioteca Nazionale di Firenze, Kassel - Basel - London - New York: Bärenreiter (1959), 42-4.

Bent 1986

Margaret Bent, ‘Trent 93 and Trent 90: Johannes Wiser at Work’, in Nino Pirrotta & Danilo Curti (eds.), I codici musicali trentini. Atti del Convegno Laurence Feininger, la musicologia come missione, Trento, Castello del Buonconsiglio, 6-7 settembre 1985, Trent: Provincia Autonoma di Trento (1986), 84-111.

Bernstein 1973

Lawrence F. Bernstein, ‘La Courone et fleur des chansons a troys: A Mirror of the French Chanson in Italy in the Years between Ottaviano Petrucci and Antonio Gardano’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 26/1 (1973), 1-68.

Bernstein 1978

Lawrence F. Bernstein, ‘The “Parisian Chanson”: Problems of Style and Terminology”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 31/2 (1978), 193-240.

Bernstein 1982

Lawrence F. Bernstein, ‘Notes on the Origin of the Parisian Chanson’, Journal of Musicology, 1 (1982), 275-326.

Bernstein 1990

Lawrence F. Bernstein, ‘Melodic Structure in the Parisian Chanson: A Preliminary Study in the Transmission of a Musical Style’, in Eugene K. Wolf and Edward H. Roesner (eds.), Studies on Musical Sources and Style: Essays in Honor of Jan LaRue, Madison, WI: A-R Editions (1990), 121-89.

Bernstein 2001

Lawrence F. Bernstein, ‘Chansons for Five and Six Voices’, in Richard Sherr (ed.), The Josquin Companion, Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press (2001), 393-422.

Birkendorf 1994

Rainer Birkendorf, Der Codex Pernner. Quellenkundliche Studien zu einer Musikhandschrift des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts (Regensburg, Bischöfliche Zentralbibliothek, Sammlung Proske, Ms. C 120), 3 vols. (Collectanea Musicologica, 6/I-III), Augsburg: Wissner (1994).

Birkendorf 1998

Rainer Birkendorf, ‘Bemerkungen zur Entstehung des Codex Pernner: Regensburg, Bischöfliche Zentralbibliothek, Cod. ms. C 120’, in Martin Staehelin (ed.), Gestalt und Entstehung musikalischer Quellen im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert (Quellenstudien zur Musik der Renaissance, 3; Wolfenbütteler Forschungen, 83), Wiesbaden: Harassowitz (1998), 170-7.

Birmingham 1955

Hugh M. Birmingham Jr., 'A Transcription into Modern Notation of a Chansonnier (Fonds Français 2245) of the Duke of Orleans, with Commentary and Concordance', Master diss., Denton: North Texas State College (1955).

Blackburn 1981

Bonnie J. Blackburn, ‘Two “Carnival Songs” Unmasked: A Commentary on MS Florence Magl. XIX. 121, Musica Disciplina, 35 (1981), 121-78.

Boorman 1977

Stanley Boorman, ‘The “First” Edition of the Odhecaton A’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 30 (1977), 183-207.

Boorman 2006

Stanley Boorman, Ottaviano Petrucci: catalogue raisonné, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2006).

Bosi 2004

Carlo Bosi, 'The Secular Works of Du Fay and Binchois: Melody, Mode, Sonority', Ph. D. diss., Oxford: University of Oxford (2004)

Bosi, Modal Usage, 2005

Carlo Bosi, ‘Modal Usage in the Secular Works of Du Fay’, in Revue Belge de Musicologie, 59 (2005), 5-42.

Bosi, Tant que mon/nostre argent dura, 2005

Carlo Bosi, ‘Tant que mon/nostre argent dura: Die Überlieferung und Bearbeitung einer ‚populären’ Melodie in fünf mehrstimmigen Sätzen’, Acta Musicologica, lxxvii/2 (2005), 205-28.

Brauner 1987

Mitchell P. Brauner, ‘The Manuscript Verona, Accademia Filarmonica, B 218 and Its Political Motets’, Studi Musicali, 16 (1987), 3-12.

Bridgman 1984

Nanie Bridgman, ‘Paroles et musique dans le manuscrit Latin 16664 de la Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris’, in Ursula Günther & Ludwig Finscher (eds.), Musik und Text in der Mehrstimmigkeit des 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts (Göttinger musikwissenschaftliche Arbeiten, 10), Kasel - Basel - London: Bärenreiter (1984), 383-409.

Brown 1959

Howard M. Brown, ‘The Chanson rustique: Popular Elements in the 15th- and 16th-Century Chanson’, Journal of the American Musicological Society 12 (1959), 16-26.

Brown 1963

Howard M. Brown, Music in the French Secular Theater, 1400-1550, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press (1963).

Brown 1964

Howard M. Brown, ‘The Genesis of a Style: The Parisian Chanson, 1500-1530’, in James Haar (ed.), Chanson & Madrigal 1480-1530: Studies in Comparison and Contrast. A Conference at Isham Memorial Library, September 13-14, 1961, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press (1964), 1-36.

Brown 1967

Howard M. Brown, ‘Chansons for the Pleasure of a Florentine Patrician: Florence, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica, MS Basevi 2442’, in Jan La Rue (ed.) Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music: A Birthday Offering to Gustave Reese, London & New York: Oxford University Press (1967).

Brown 1968

Howard M. Brown, ‘The Music of the Strozzi Chansonnier (Florence, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica, MS Basevi 2442)’, Acta Musicologica, 40 (1968), 115-29.

Brown 1970

Howard M. Brown, ‘The Transformation of the Chanson at the End of the Fifteenth Century’, in Dragotin Cvetko (ed.), Report of the Tenth Congress of the International Musicological Society, Ljubljana 1967, Kassel: Bärenreiter (1970), 78–94.

Brown 1981

Howard M. Brown, 'Words and Music in Early l6th-Century Chansons: Text Underlay in Florence, Biblioteca del Conservatorio, Ms Basevi 2442', in Ludwig Finscher (ed.), Formen und Probleme der Überlieferung mehrstimmiger Musik im Zeitalter Josquins Desprez (Wolfenbütteler Forschungen, 6), Munich: Kraus (1981), 7-141.

Brown 1985

Howard M. Brown: ‘Josquin and the Fifteenth-Century Chanson’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 71 (1985), 119–58.

Brown 1988

Howard M. Brown, Cambridge, Magdalen College, Pepys 1760 (Renaissance Music in Facsimile), London: Routledge (1988).

Brown, A "New" Chansonnier, 1983

Howard M. Brown, ‘A “New” Chansonnier of the Early Sixteenth Century in the University Library of Uppsala: A Preliminary Report’, Musica Disciplina, 37 (1983), 171-233

Brown, Banco Rari 229, 1983

Howard M. Brown (ed.), A Florentine Chansonnier from the Time of Lorenzo the Magnificent: Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, MS Banco Rari 229, 2 vols.(Monuments of Renaissance Music, 7) Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press (1983).

Brown, Florence 164-7, 1987

Howard M. Brown (ed.), Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, MSS Magl. XIX. 164-167, 4 vols. (Renaissance Music in Facsimile, 5), New York: Garland (1987).

Brown, London 20.A.XVI, 1987

Howard M. Brown (ed.), London, British Library, MS Royal 20.A.XVI (Renaissance Music in Facsimile: Sources Central to the Music of the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 10), London & New York: Garland Publishing (1987).

Brown, Uppsala 76a, 1987

Howard M. Brown, (ed. & intr.), Uppsala, Universitetsbiblioteket, Vokalmusik i handskrift 76a (Renaissance Music in Facsimile, Sources Central to the Music of the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 19), New York: Garland (1987).

Bukofzer 1942

Manfred Bukofzer, ‘An Unknown Chansonnier of the 15th Century’, Musical Quarterly, 28 (1942), 14–49.

Bush 1946

Helen E. Bush: ‘The Laborde Chansonnier’, Papers of the American Musicological Society, Annual Meeting 1940, Richmond, VA (1946), 56–79.

Canti C

Canti C: Numero cento cinquanta (Monuments of Music and Music Literature in Facsimile, 1, music, vol. 25), New York: Broude Brothers (1978).

Casimiri 1937

Raffele Casimiri, ‘Canzoni e motetti dei sec. XV-XVI’, Note d’Archivio per la storia musicale, 14 (1937), 145-60.

Chaillon 1953

Paule Chaillon, ‘Le Chansonnier de Françoise (Ms. Harley 5242, Br. Mus.)’, Revue de Musicologie, 35 (1953), 1-31.

Chapman 1964

Catherine W. Chapman, 'Andrea Antico', Ph.D. diss., Cambridge, Boston: Harvard University (1964).

Christoffersen 1994

Peter W. Christoffersen, French Music in the Early Sixteenth Century: Studies in the Music Collection of a Copyist of Lyons, the Manuscript Ny kgl. Samling 1848 2° in the Royal Library, Copenhagen, 3 vols., Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen (1994).

Christoffersen, Uppsala 76a

Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, The Uppsala Chansonnier MS 76a (http://uppsala.pwch.dk/).

Coeurdevey, Catalogue

Annie Coeurdevey, Catalogue de la Chanson Française à la Renaissance (http://ricercar.cesr.univ-tours.fr/3-programmes/basechanson/).

Couchman 1980

Jonathan P. Couchman, ‘The Lorraine Chansonnier. Antoine de Lorraine and the Court of Louis XII’, Musica Disciplina, 34 (1980), 85-157.

Coussemaker 1864-76 / R 1963

Edmond de Coussemaker (ed.), Scriptorum de musica medii aevi: novam seriem a Gerbertina alteram, Paris: Durand (1864-76); Reprint: Hildesheim: Olms (1963)

Cummings 1983

Anthony M. Cummings, ‘A Florentine Sacred Repertory from the Medici Restoration (Manuscript II.I.232 [olim Magl.XIX, 58; Gaddi 1113] of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence): Bibliography and History’, Acta Musicologica, 45 (1983), 267-332.

Cummings 1991

Anthony M. Cummings, ‘Giulio de’ Medici’s Music Books’, Early Music History, 10 (1991), 65-122.

Cummings 2006

Anthony M. Cummings, MS Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magl. XIX, 164-167, Aldershot/Burlington, VT: Ashgate (2006).

Curtis 1977

Alan Curtis, ‘Josquin and “La belle Tricotée”, in Gustave Reese and Robert J. Snow (eds.), Essays in Musicology in Honor of Dragan Plamenac, New York, NY: Da Capo Press (1977), 1-8.

D'Accone 1970

Frank A. D'Accone, 'Some Neglected Composers in the Florentine Chapels, ca. 1475-1525', Viator. Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1 (1970), 263-88.

D'Accone, Aldini 362, 1986

Frank A. D’Accone (ed.), Pavia, Biblioteca Universitaria, Aldini MS 362 (Renaissance Music in Facsimile, 16), New York & London: Garland (1986).

D'Accone, Turin Ris. Mus. I. 27, 1986

Frank A. D’Accone (ed.), Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, MS Ris. Mus. I. 27 (olim gm III. 59) (Renaissance Music in Facsimile, 18), New York: Garland (1986).

D'Agostino 2008

Gianluca D'Agostino (ed. & transl.), Proportionale musices. Liber de arte contrapuncti, Florence: Edizioni del Galluzzo per la Fondazione Ezio Franceschini (2008).

Epp 2000

Esther Epp, 'Popular Arrangements in the Petrucci Chansonniers', Ph.D. diss., Toronto: University of Toronto (2000).

Facsimile Rothschild 2973

Facsimile Edition of Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Ms. Occ. Rothschild 2973, València: Vicent García Editores (2007).

Fallows 1986

David Fallows, ‘Songs in the Trent Codices: An Optimistic Handlist’, in Nino Pirrotta & Danilo Curti (eds.), I codici musicali trentini. Atti del Convegno Laurence Feininger, la musicologia come missione, Trento, Castello del Buonconsiglio, 6-7 settembre 1985, Trent: Provincia Autonoma di Trento (1986), 170-9.

Fallows 1993

David Fallows, ‘Polyphonic Song in the Florence of Lorenzo’s Youth, ossia the Provenance of the Manuscript Berlin 78.C.28: Naples or Florence?’, in Piero Gargiulo (ed.), La musica a Firenze al tempo di Lorenzo il Magnifico: congresso internazionale di studî, Firenze, 15-17 giugno 1992 (Quaderni della Rivista Italiana di Musicologia / Società Italiana di Musicologia, 30), Florence: Olschki (1993), 47–61 (also in Songs and Musicians in the Fifteenth Century, Aldershot: Variorum [1996], VIII).

Fallows 1995

David Fallows, The Songs of Guillaume Dufay: Critical Commentary to the Revision of Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae, ser. 1, vol. VI, Neuhausen-Stuttgart: American Institute of Musicology / Hänssler Verlag (1995).

Fallows 1996

David Fallows (ed.), The Songbook of Fridolin Sicher, around 1515. Sankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek Cod. Sang. 461, Peer: Alamire (1996).

Fallows 2001

David Fallows, ‘Petrucci’s Canti Volumes: Scope and Repertory’, Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis, XXV (2001), 39-52 (and Composers and their Songs, 1400-1521, [Variorum Collected Studies Series], Farnham, Surrey; Burlington, VT: Ashgate [2010], XIX];

Fallows 2005

David Fallows, ‘Josquin and Popular Songs’, Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis, 29 (2005), 161-71 (and Composers and their Songs, 1400-1521, [= Variorum Collected Studies Series], Farnham, Surrey; Burlington, VT: Ashgate [2010], XVII).

Fallows 2008

David Fallows, Commentary to the Facsimile of the Manuscript Rothschild 2973 (l.5.13) in the Bibliothèque nationale de France, València: Vicent García Editores (2008).

Fallows, Antoine Busnoys, 1999

David Fallows: ‘“Trained and Immersed in All Musical Delights”: Towards a New Picture of Busnoys’, in Paula Higgins (ed.), Antoine Busnoys: Method, Meaning and Context in Late Medieval Music, Oxford: Clarendon Press (1999), 21–50.

Fallows, Catalogue, 1999

David Fallows, A Catalogue of Polyphonic Songs, 1415-1480, Oxford: Oxford University Press (1999).

Fallows, et al. 2005

David Fallows, et al. (eds.), New Josquin Edition, vols. 27-30, Utrecht: Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis (2005).

Fenlon & Haar 1980

Iain Fenlon & James Haar, ‘A Source for the Early Madrigal’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 33 (1980), 164-80.

Fenlon 1995

Iain Fenlon, Music, Print and Culture in Early Sixteenth-Century Italy (The Panizzi Lectures, 1994) London: British Library (1995).

Filocamo 2010

Gioia Filocamo (ed.), Florence, BNC, Panciatichi 27. Text and Context, transl. by Bonnie J. Blackburn (Monumenta Musica Europea, II/1), Turnhout: Brepols (2010).

Finscher 1977

Ludwig Finscher, ‘Der Medici-Kodex: Geschichte und Edition’, Die Musikforschung, 30 (1977), 468-81, 472-3 & 479.

Fox 1947

Charles W. Fox, ‘A Renaissance Music Manuscript in the Sibley Music Library’,Bulletin of the American Musicological Society, 9-10 (1947), 18-9.

Freedman 1982

Richard Freedman, 'The Partbooks Vienna, Codex 18746 and the Identification of Hands in the Complex of Music Manuscripts of the Netherlandish Court', MA Thesis, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania (1982).

Freedman 1991

Richard Freedman, ‘Pastourelle jolie: The Chanson at the Court of Lorraine, c.1500’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 116 (1991), 161-200.

Fuller 1969

Sarah Fuller, ‘Additional Notes on the 15th-Century Chansonnier Bologna Q16’, Musica Disciplina 23 (1969), 81-103.

Gallagher 2007

Sean Gallagher, ‘The Berlin and French Song in Florence, 1450-1490: A New Dating and Its Implications’, Journal of Musicology, xxiv/2 (2007), 339-64.

Gallagher 2008

Sean Gallagher, ‘Caron and Florence: A New Ascription and the Copying of the Pixérécourt Chansonnier’, in Pieter Bergé and Mark Delaere (eds.), “Recevez ce mien petit labeur”: Studies in Renaissance Music in Honour of Ignace Bossuyt, Leuven: Leuven University Press (2008), 83-92.

Geering & Trümpy 1967

Arnold Geering & Hans Trümpy (eds.), Das Liederbuch des Johannes Heer von Glarus: Ein Musikheft aus der Zeit des Humanismus (Codex 462 der Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen) (Schweizerische Musikdenkmäler, 5), Basel: Bärenreiter (1967).

Goldberg 1994

Clemens Goldberg, Die chansons von Antoine Busnois: Die Ästhetik der höfischen chansons (Quellen und Studien zur Musikgeschichte von der Antike bis in die Gegenwart, ed. by Michael von Albrecht, 32), Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang (1994).

Goldberg 1997

Clemens Goldberg, Das Chansonnier Laborde: Studien zur Intertextualität einer Liederhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts, Frankfurt a.M.: Lang (1997).

Gutiérrez-Denhoff 1984

Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff, ‘Untersuchungen zu Gestalt, Entstehung und Repertoire des Chansonniers Laborde’, Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, 12 (1984), 113–46.

Gutiérrez-Denhoff 1985

Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff, Der Wolfenbütteler Chansonnier, Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek Codex Guelf. 287 Extrav.: Untersuchungen zu Repertoire und Überlieferung einer Musikhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts und ihres Umkreises (Wolfenbütteler Forschungen, 29), Wiesbaden: Harassowitz (1985).

Gutiérrez-Denhoff 1988

Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff (ed.), Der Wolfenbütteler Chansonnier (Musikalische Denkmäler, 10), Mainz: Schott (1988).

Gérold 1921

Théodore Gérold (ed.), Le Manuscrit de Bayeux: texte et musique d’un recueil de chansons du XVe siècle, Strasbourg: Commission de Publications de la Faculté de Lettre ; Palais de l’Université (1921).

Gülke 1961

Peter Gülke, ‘Das Volkslied in der burgundischen Polyphonie des 15. Jahrhunderts’, in Eberhardt Klemm (ed.), Festschrift Heinrich Besseler, Leipzig: VEB Deutscher Verlag für Musik (1961), 179–202.

Hanen 1981

Martha K. Hanen. (ed.), Anonymous Pieces in the MS El Escorial IV.a.24 (Corpus Mensurabilis Musicæ), s.l.: American Institute of Musicology, 88 (1981).

Hanen 1983

Martha K. Hanen, The Chansonnier El Escorial IV.a.24, 3 vols. (Musicological Studies, xxxvi/1-2), Henryville, PA: Institute of Mediaeval Music (1983).

Hewitt 1942

Helen Hewitt (ed.), Harmonice musices odhecaton A, Cambridge, MA.: The Mediaeval Academy of America, Publication 42 (1942).

Hewitt 1950

Helen Hewitt, ‘Malmaridade and Meshouwet’, Tijdschrift van de Vereeniging voor Noord-Nederlands Muziekgeschiedenis (1950), 181-91.

Hewitt 1967

Helen Hewitt (ed.), Ottaviano Petrucci: Canti B numero cinquanta (Monuments of Renaissance Music, 2), Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press (1967).

Hewitt 1978

Helen Hewitt, ‘A chanson rustique of the Early Renaissance: Bon temps’, in Jan LaRue (ed.), Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music. A Birthday Offering to Gustave Reese, New York: Pendragon Press (1978), 376-91.

Higgins 1984

Paula Higgins (ed.), Chansonnier Nivelle De La Chaussée: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, Rés. Vmc. Ms. 57, Ca. 1460, Geneva: Minkoff (1984).

Humphreys 2001

David Humphreys, ‘A Study in Emulation: Philip van Wilder’s En despit des envyeulx’, Early Music, xxix/1 (2001), 93-106.

Huys 1994

Bernard Huys, ‘A Recently Rediscovered Sixteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscript: a Study of the Sources and Concordance of the Third “Tournai” Partbook’, in Barbara Haggh, Frank Daelemans & André Vanrie (eds.), Musicology and Archival Research, Brussels: Archives et Bibliothèques de Belgique, numéro special xlvi (1994), 522-41.

Jeffery 1971

Brian Jeffery (ed.), Chanson Verse of the Early Renaissance, i-ii, London: Brian Jeffery (1971).

Jeppesen 1927, 2/1965

Knud Jeppesen (ed.), Der Kopenhagener Chansonnier, Copenhagen: Levin & Munksgaard & Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel (1927, 2/1965).

Jeppesen 1944

Knud Jeppesen, ‘Venetian Folksongs of the Renaissance’, Papers Read at the International Congress of Musicology, held at New York, 11-16 Sept. 1939, New York: American Musicological Society (1944), 62-75.

Jonas 1983

Luise Jonas, Das Augsburger Liederbuch. Die Musikhandschrift 2° Codex 142a der Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg, 2 vols. (Berliner Musikwissenschaftliche Arbeiten, 21), Munich-Salzburg: Emil Katzbichler (1983).

Jones 1972

George M. Jones, 'The ‘first’ Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 1794: A Study in the Method of Editing 15th-Century Music', 2 vols., Ph.D. diss., New York, NY: New York University (1972).

Just 1975

Martin Just, Der Mensuralkodex Mus. ms. 40021 der Staatsbibliothek Preußischer Kulturbesitz Berlin. Untersuchungen zum Repertoire einer deutschen Quellen des 15. Jahrhunderts, 2 vols. (Würzburger musikhistorische Beiträge, ed. Wolfgang Osthoff), Tutzing: Hans Schneider (1975).

Just 1991

Martin Just, Der Kodex Berlin 40021: Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz Berlin, Mus. ms. 40021 (Das Erbe deutscher Musik, 77; Abteilung Mittelalter, 15), 3 vols., Kassel: Bärenreiter (1991).

Kellman & Hamm 1979-88

Herbert Kellman & Charles Hamm (eds.), Census Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music, 1400-1550, 5 vols. (Renaissance Manuscript Studies, 1), American Institute of Musicology, [Rome], Neuhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler Verlag (1979-88)

Kellman 1999

Herbert Kellman (ed.), The Treasury of Petrus Alamire. Music and Art in Flemish Court Manuscripts, 1500-1535, Ghent/Amsterdam: Ludion (1999), 160-2.

Kottick, Cordiforme, 1967

Edward L. Kottick, ‘The Chansonnier Cordiforme’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 20 (1967), 10–27.

Kottick, Unica, 1967

Edward L. Kottick, The Unica in the Chansonnier Cordiforme (Corpus Mensurabilis Musicæ, 43), s.l.: American Institute of Musicology (1967).

Kraft 2009

Isabel Kraft, Einstimmigkeit um 1500: Der Chansonnier Paris, Bnf F. Fr. 12744 (Beihefte zum Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, 64), Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner (2009).

Lama de la Cruz 1994

Víctor Lama de la Cruz, Cancionero Musical de la Catedral de Segovia, Salamanca: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo (1994).

Lemaire, Thiry & Gavenda 1988

Claudine Lemaire, Claude Thiry & Victor Gavenda (eds.), Les Basses danses dites de Marguerite d’Autriche: ms 9085, aus dem Besitz der Bibliohèque royale Albert 1er, Bruxelles (Codices selecti phototypice impressi, 87), Graz: Akademisches Druck- und Verlagsanstalt (1988).

Litterick 1976

Louise Litterick, 'The Manuscript Royal 20 A xvi of the British Library', Ph. D. diss., New York: New York University (1976).

Litterick 2001

Louise Litterick, ‘Chansons for Three and Four Voices’, in Richard Sherr (ed.), The Josquin Companion, Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press (2001), 335-92.

Llorens 1965

José M. Llorens, ‘El Códice Casanatense 2.856 identificado como el Cancionero de Isabella d’Este (Ferrara), esposa de Francesco Gonzaga (Mantua)’, Anuario Musical, 20 (1965), 161-79.

Lockwood 1973-4

Lewis Lockwood, ‘Aspects of the “L’homme armé” Tradition’, Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, 100 (1973–4), 97–122.

Lockwood 2002

Lewis Lockwood (ed.), A Ferrarese Chansonnier. Roma, Biblioteca Casanatense 2856, «Canzoniere di Isabella d’Este», Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana (2002).

Maas 1983-99

Chris Maas (gen. ed.), New Obrecht Edition, 18 vols., Utrecht: Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis (1983-99).

MacCracken 1985

Thomas G. MacCracken, 'The Manuscript Uppsala, Universitetsbiblioteket, Vokalmusik i handskrift 76b', Ph. D. diss., Chicago: University of Chicago (1985).

MacCracken 1986

Thomas MacCracken (ed. & intr.), Universitetsbiblioteket, Vokalmusik i handskrift 76b (Renaissance Music in Facsimile, Sources Central to the Music of the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 20), New York: Garland (1986).

Maniates 1970

Maria R. Maniates, ‘Combinative Chansons in the Dijon Chansonnier’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 23 (1970), 28-81.

Maniates 1975

Maria R. Maniates, ‘Combinative Chansons in the Escorial Chansonnier’, Musica Disciplina, 29 (1975), 61-125.

Maniates 1989

Maria R. Maniates, The Combinative Chanson: an Anthology (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, 77) Madison, Wisc.: A-R Editions (1989).

Maniates, Mannerist Composition, 1966

Maria R. Maniates, ‘Mannerist Composition in Franco-Flemish Polyphony’, The Musical Quarterly, 52 (1966), 17-36.

Maniates, Quodlibet, 1966

Maria R. Maniates, ‘Quodlibet revisum’, Acta Musicologica 38 (1966), 169-78.

McMurtry 1967

William McMurtry, 'The British Museum Manuscript Additional 35087: A Transcription of the French, Italian and Latin Compositions with Concordance and Commentary', Ph. D. diss., Denton: North Texas State University (1967).

McMurtry 1989

William McMurtry (ed.), Chansonnier of Hieronymus Lauweryn van Watervliet, Peer: Alamire (1989).

Meconi, Basevi 2439, 1990

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