Series

  1. Collected Works

    Collected Works

    1. →  VIII/2: Gesamtausgabe der Werke von Johannes Galliculus (Hähnel), Band II: Magnificat Quarti Toni, Magnificat Quinti Toni, Magnificat Septimi Toni
    2. →  VIII/3: Gesamtausgabe der Werke von Johannes Galliculus (Hähnel), Band III: Motets
    3. →  VIII/4: Gesamtausgabe der Werke von Johannes Galliculus (Hähnel), Band IV: Isagoge de Composicione Cantus
    4. →  XI/2: Collected Works of Antoine de Févin: Masses (II); Gesamtausgabe der Werke von Antoine de Févin: Messen (II)
    5. →  XI/3: Collected Works of Antoine de Févin: Lamentations, Magnificats, Motets and Chansons
    6. →  XI/4: Collected Works of Antoine de Févin: Opera Dubia, Fragments, Intabulations
    7. →  XII/2: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen II: Obras litúrgicas, Segunda Parte
    8. →  XII/3: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen III: Obras litúrgicas, Tercera Parte
    9. →  XII/4: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen IV: Solos, dúos y tríos
    10. →  XII/5: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen V: Cuartetos/Quartets, Primera Parte
    11. →  XII/6: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen VI: Cuartetos, Quintetos y Sextetos
    12. →  XII/7: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen VII: Sextetos y Septetos
    13. →  XII/8: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen VIII: Octetos 1-8
    14. →  XII/9: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen IX: Octetos 9-15
    15. →  XII/10: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen X: Octetos 16-22
    16. →  XII/11: Obras completas de Cristóbal Galán, Volumen XI: Obras para conjuntos de más de ocho voces u ocho voces con instrumentos obligados
    17. →  XIII: Collected Works of Robert de Févin, Masses and Motet
    18. →  XIV/1: Collected Works of Francisco de Peñalosa, Twenty-Four Motets
    19. →  XIV/2: Collected Works of Francisco de Peñalosa, The Lamentations of Jeremiah
    20. →  XV: Collected Works of Melchior Neusidler: Intabolatura di Liuto (Venice, 1566), An Edition of the Original Music
    21. →  XVI/1: Jean Maillard, The Masses
    22. →  XVII/1: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (1)
    23. →  XVII/2: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (2)
    24. →  XVII/3: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (3)
    25. →  XVII/4: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (4)
    26. →  XVII/5: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (5)
    27. →  XVII/6: Capella Sistina 51, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Città del Vaticano: Liber Missarum (6)
    28. →  XVIII: The Songs of the Master Trouvère Gace Brulé (ca. 1159-ca. 1213)
    29. →  XIX: The Circle Around Gace Brulé: Four Famous Early Trouvères
    30. →  XX: The Earliest Laude: The Cortona Hymnal
    31. →  XXI: The Transitoria of the Ambrosian Mass Edited from Three Sources
    32. →  XXII: The Lamentations of Jeremiah: Ten Sixteenth-Century Spanish Prints, An edition with introduction
    33. →  XXIII: Le Veglie di Siena; The Night Games of Siena (A Madrigal Comedy), 1604
    34. →  XXIV/1: The Earliest Polyphonic Art Music: The 150 Two-Part Conductus in the Notre-Dame Manuscripts (Volume 1)
    35. →  XXIV/2: The Earliest Polyphonic Art Music: The 150 Two-Part Conductus in the Notre-Dame Manuscripts (Volume 2)
    36. →  XXV: Trouvère Lyrics with Melodies: Complete Comparative Edition, Revisited
    37. →  XXVI: Matins for the Dead in Sixteenth-Century Colonial Mexico: Mexico City Cathedral 3 and Puebla Cathedral 3
    38. →  XXVII/1: An Anthology of Fifteenth-Century Italian Psalms, Volume 1
    39. →  XXVII/2: An Anthology of Fifteenth-Century Italian Psalms, Volume 2
    40. →  XXVII/3: An Anthology of Fifteenth-Century Italian Psalms, Volume 3
    41. →  XXVIII: Hildegard of Bingen: Ordo Virtutum, A Comparative Edition
    42. →  XXIX/1: The Complete Extant Transmissions of the Masses by Guillaume Faugues (1)
    43. →  XXIX/2: The Complete Extant Transmissions of the Masses by Guillaume Faugues (2)
    44. →  XXIX/3: The Complete Extant Transmissions of the Masses by Guillaume Faugues (3)
    45. →  XXIX/4: The Complete Extant Transmissions of the Masses by Guillaume Faugues (4)
    46. →  XXX: Hildegard of Bingen, Symphonia: A Comparative Edition
  2. Musical Theorists in Translation
  3. Publications of Mediæval Musical Manuscripts

    Publications of Mediæval Musical Manuscripts

    1. →  XIV: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 1139: d’après les manuscrits conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale de Paris
    2. →  XV: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 3719: facsimile reproduction of the manuscript
    3. →  XVI: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 3549 and London, British Library, Add. 36,881
    4. →  XVII: Cambridge, University Library Ff.i.17 (1)
    5. →  XVIII: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 7211: Analysis, Inventory and Text
    6. →  XIX: Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Conventi Soppressi, F.III.565
    7. →  XX: Oxford Bodleian Library, MS. Lat. liturg. b. 5
    8. →  XXI: Utrecht, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, MS 406 (3.J.7)
    9. →  XXII: National Library of Wales, MS.20541 E, The Penpont Antiphonal
    10. →  XXIII: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. e Mus. 126 (The York Processional)
    11. →  XXIV/1: Mss Avranches, Bibliothèque municipale 236, 237: Music Theory in Mediaeval Normandy, Volume 1: Boethius’ De Institutione Musica
    12. →  XXIV/2: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 10509
    13. →  XXV/1: Lambeth Palace, Sion College, MS. L1: The Noted Breviary of York (Olim Sion College, ms. Arc.L.40.2/L.1), Volume 1: Temporale, Kalendar, and Psalter
    14. →  XXV/2: Lambeth Palace, Sion College, MS. L1: The Noted Breviary of York (Olim Sion College, ms. Arc.L.40.2/L.1), Volume 2: Sanctorale and Common of Saints
    15. →  XXV/3: Lambeth Palace, Sion College, MS. L1: The Noted Breviary of York (Olim Sion College, ms. Arc.L.40.2/L.1), Volume 3
    16. →  XXVI: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fonds latin 1143
    17. →  XXVII/1: Salamanca, Archivo de la Catedral, Ms. 5
    18. →  XXVII/2: Salamanca, Archivo de la Catedral, Ms. 6
    19. →  XXVII/3: Salamanca, Archivo de la Catedral, Ms. 7
    20. →  XXVII/4: Salamanca, Archivo de la Catedral, Ms. 8
    21. →  XXVIII: Liber sequentiarum et sacramentarium de Šibenik
    22. →  XXIX: Vilnius, Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Department of Manuscripts, F22-95
    23. →  XXX: L’antiphonaire de la Paix des Princes chrétiens: Calligraphié à Saint-Omer par Sire Michel Reymbault enluminé à Lille par Soeur Françoise de Heuchin ca 1550-1561
    24. →  XXXI: Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Hs. 16 H 34
    25. →  XXXII: München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14965b: The Tonary of Frutolf of Michelsberg [ff. 34-73v]
    26. →  XXXIII: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Selden Supra 27: Prosaire-Tropaire de Heidenheim
    27. →  XXXIV/1: Linz, Upper Austrian State Library (olim Bundesstaatliche Studienbibliothek), Codex 290 (183), Volume 1
    28. →  XXXIV/2: Linz, Upper Austrian State Library (olim Bundesstaatliche Studienbibliothek), Codex 290 (183), Volume 2
    29. →  XXXV: Tallin, Eesti Ajaloomuuseum (Tallin, Historical Museum), MS 237.1.228.a (XIX.184; 24075)
  4. Musicological Studies

    Musicological Studies

    1. →  XLV: Medieval Polyphonic Sequences: An Anthology
    2. →  XLVI: Modal Rhythm
    3. →  XLVII: The Ambrosian Cantus
    4. →  XLVIII: Italian Tonaries
    5. →  XLIX: The Mass of Saint James: Solemn Mass for the Feast of the Passion of St. James of Compostela according to the Codex Calixtinus
    6. →  L/1: The Antiphons of the Ambrosian Office
    7. →  L/2: The Melodic Tradition of the Ambrosian Office-Antiphons
    8. →  L/3: Antiphon and Psalm in the Ambrosian Office
    9. →  LI: Style and Symbol, Medieval Music: 800-1453
    10. →  LII: Letter Notations in the Middle Ages
    11. →  LIII: Beyond the Moon: Festschrift Luther Dittmer
    12. →  LIV: A Tradition of Three Tropes
    13. →  LV/1: CANTUS: An Aquitanian Antiphoner: Toledo, Biblioteca capitular, 44.2, Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    14. →  LV/2: CANTUS: Piacenza, Biblioteca Capitolare 65, Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    15. →  LV/3: CANTUS: A Monastic Breviary of Austrian Provenance, Linz, Bundesstaatliche Studienbibliothek, 290 (183), Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    16. →  LV/4: CANTUS: Two Cambrai Antphoners, Cambrai, Médiathèque Municipale 38 and Impr. XVI C 4, Printouts from two Indices in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    17. →  LV/5: CANTUS: The Zwiefalten Antiphoner, Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. LX, Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    18. →  LV/6: CANTUS: An Utrecht Antiphoner, Utrecht, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit, 406 (3.J.7), Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    19. →  LV/7: CANTUS: Four Klosterneuburg Antiphoners, Augustiner-Chorherren Stiftsbibliothek, 1013, 1012, 1017, and 1018, Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    20. →  LV/8: CANTUS: Salamanca, Archivo de la Catedral, 5,6,7,8, Printouts from an Index in Machine-Readable Form, A CANTUS Index
    21. →  LVI: Modal Assignment in Northern Tonaries
    22. →  LVII: Les Chansons de Claude Goudimel: Analyses Modale et Stylistiques
    23. →  LVIII: From Confucius to Kublai Khan: Music and Poetics Through the Centuries
    24. →  LIX: The Latin Motet: Indexes to Printed Collections, 1500-1600
    25. →  LX/1: Secular Medieval Latin Song: An Anthology
    26. →  LX/2: A Critical Study of Secular Medieval Latin Song
    27. →  LX/3: The Social Background to Secular Medieval Latin Song
    28. →  LXI: Johannis de Muris, Musica <Speculativa>
    29. →  LXII/1: The Cultural Milieu of the Troubadours and Trouvères
    30. →  LXII/2: The Medieval West Meets the Rest of the World
    31. →  LXII/3: Tradition and Ecstasy: The Agony of the Fourteenth Century
    32. →  LXII/4: Design and Production in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honor of Bradford Blaine
    33. →  LXII/5: Medieval Germany: Associations and Delineations
    34. →  LXII/6: Issues in Medieval Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Richard C. Dales
    35. →  LXII/7: Performing Ecstasies: Music, Dance, and Ritual in the Mediterranean
    36. →  LXII/8: Procession, Performance, Liturgy, and Ritual: Essays in Honor of Bryan R. Gillingham
    37. →  LXIII: Indices to the Notre-Dame Facsimiles
    38. →  LXIV: Antiphons for Paschal Triduum Easter in the Medieval Office
    39. →  LXV/1: HISTORIÆ: Two Offices for St. Elizabeth of Hungary, Gaudeat Hungaria and Letare Germania; Introduction and Edition
    40. →  LXV/2: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Emmerammi, Arnoldi Vohburgensis, circa 1030
    41. →  LXV/3: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Dionysii Areopagitæ, St. Emmeram, Regensburg, ca. 1050 / 16. Jh.
    42. →  LXV/4: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Erhardi
    43. →  LXV/5: HISTORIÆ: Officium Presentationis Beate Virginis Marie in Templo
    44. →  LXV/6: HISTORIÆ: L’Office Romano-Franc des Saints Martyrs Denis, Rustique et Eleuthere
    45. →  LXV/7: HISTORIÆ: Hermannus Contractus (1013-1054), Historia Sancti Wolfgangi Episcopi Ratisbonensis
    46. →  LXV/8: HISTORIÆ: Two Aquileian Poetic Offices
    47. →  LXV/9: HISTORIÆ: Historia de Sancta Martha Hospita Christi redactio Bohemica: Ein spätmittelalterliches Reimoffizium zu Ehren der heiligen Martha in seiner böhmische Überlieferung
    48. →  LXV/10: HISTORIÆ: Hermannus Contractus (1013-1054), Historia Sanctæ Afræ Martyris Augustensis
    49. →  LXV/11: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Martini
    50. →  LXV/12: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Achacii
    51. →  LXV/13: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Simperti, aus dem Benediktinerkloster St. Ulrich & Afra Augsburg
    52. →  LXV/14: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Quirini, Historia Sancti Chrysogoni aus dem Benediktiner Tegernsee
    53. →  LXV/15: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Ludgeri
    54. →  LXV/16: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Reguli Episcopi et Martiris
    55. →  LXV/17a: HISTORIÆ: The Offices and Masses of St. Knud Lavard († 1131), (Kiel Univ. Lib. MS S.H. 8 A.8°), Volume 1: Facsimile
    56. →  LXV/17b: HISTORIÆ: The Offices and Masses of St. Knud Lavard († 1131), (Kiel Univ. Lib. MS S.H. 8 A.8°), Volume 2: Edition
    57. →  LXV/18: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Stephani Regis 1190-1270
    58. →  LXV/19: HISTORIÆ: L’Office de la Couronne d’épines à Sens
    59. →  LXV/20: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Demetrii Thessalonicensis
    60. →  LXV/21: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Galli (circa 900)
    61. →  LXV/22: HISTORIÆ: Hermannus Contractus (1013-1054), Historia Sancti Magni
    62. →  LXV/23: HISTORIÆ: Historia Sancti Gatiani Episcopi Turonensis
    63. →  LXV/24: HISTORIÆ: The Office of St. Vigilius, Bishop and Patron of the Church of Trent
    64. →  LXV/25: HISTORIÆ: The Office of Saint Julian of Le Mans by Letald of Micy (circa 1000)
    65. →  LXV/26: HISTORIÆ: Balther von Säckingen, Bischof von Speyer, Historia Sancti Fridolini (ca. 970)
    66. →  LXV/27: HISTORIÆ: The Office of Saint William of York
    67. →  LXVI: Adrian Le Roy, Traicté de Musique: Facsimile Edition with Translation, Introduction and Notes
    68. →  LXVII: Medieval Liturgical Music of Zamora
    69. →  LXVIII: French Double and Triple Motets in the Montpellier Manuscript: Textual Edition, Translation and Commentary
    70. →  LXIX: The Manuscript Ivrea, Biblioteca Capitolare 115: Studies in the Transmission and Composition of Ars Nova Polyphony
    71. →  LXX/1: Le premier et le secont livre de fauvel, in the version preserved in B.N. f. fr. 146
    72. →  LXXI/1: Les manuscrits en écriture bénéventaine de la Bibliothèque Capitulaire de Bénévent; Tome II: manuscrits 19-23, 25-31, 33-40, 42, 44, 66, 68 et fragments; Formulaires liturgiques (messes)
    73. →  LXXI/2: Les manuscrits en écriture bénéventaine de la Bibliothèque Capitulaire de Bénévent; Tome III: Formulaires liturgiques (offices), Tables et index
    74. →  LXXII: Chant and its Peripheries: Essays in Honour of Terence Bailey
    75. →  LXXIII: Guido d’Arezzo’s Regule Rithmice, Prologus in Antiphonarium, and Epistola ad Michaehelem: A Critical Text and Translation
    76. →  LXXIV: Lateinische Conductus-Texte des Mittelalters (Medieval Latin Conductus Texts)
    77. →  LXXV: Conductus and Contrafacta
    78. →  LXXVI: The Emperor’s Old Clothes: The Rhythm of Mediaeval Song
    79. →  LXXVII: Albi, Bibliothèque Municipale Rochegude, Manuscript 44: A Complete Ninth-Century Gradual and Antiphoner from Southern France
    80. →  LXXVIII: The Poetic and Musical Legacy of Heloise and Abelard: An Anthology of Essays by Various Authors
    81. →  LXXIX: The Transitoria of the Ambrosian Mass: Compositional Process in Ecclesiastical Chant
    82. →  LXXX: Music Performance Practice in the Early cAbbāsid Era, 132-320 AH / 750-932 AD, 2nd edition
    83. →  LXXXI/1: Denkmodelle zur französischen Mensuraltheorie des 14. Jahrhunderts, Band I: Historische Darstellung
    84. →  LXXXI/2: Denkmodelle zur französischen Mensuraltheorie des 14. Jahrhunderts, Band II: Analytische Untersuchung
    85. →  LXXXII: Manuscript Sources of French Music Theory: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Arsenal, MS 3042. A Facsimile Edition with Translations, Introduction and Commentary.
    86. →  LXXXIII: Music in the Cluniac Ecclesia: A Pilot Project
    87. →  LXXXIV: Commemoration, Ritual and Performance: Essays in Medieval and Early Modern Music
    88. →  LXXXV: Letania and Preces: Music for Lenten and Rogations Litanies
    89. →  LXXXVI: Boethius: De institutione arithmetica libri duo; Édition proto-philologique intégrale princeps d’un manuscript du IXe siècle (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, latin 14064)
    90. →  LXXXVII: Studies in Medieval Chant and Liturgy in Honour of David Hiley
    91. →  LXXXVIII: Kritik und Methode in musikhistorischer Spätmittelalterforschung
    92. →  LXXXIX: Indices to Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum MS 369
    93. →  XC: Dies est leticie: Essays on Chant in Honour of Janka Szendrei
    94. →  XCI: Political Plainchant? Music, Text and Historical Context of Medieval Saints’ Offices
    95. →  XCII: The Chants of the Ambrosian Offertory: the Antiphons ‘after the Gospel’ and the Offerendae
    96. →  XCIII: Rhythmic Theories and Practices in Arabic Writings to 339 AH/950 CE
    97. →  XCIV: Les traditions du Plain-chant Occidental / Traditions in Western Plainchant
    98. →  XCV: Bibliographia Organorum Antiquorum, cum indicibus nominum et rerum
    99. →  XCVI: Cathedral, City and Cloister: Essays on Manuscripts, Music and Art in Old and New Worlds
    100. →  XCVII/1: The Versified Office: Sources, poetry and chants (Volume 1)
    101. →  XCVII/2: The Versified Office: Sources, poetry and chants (Volume 2)
    102. →  XCVIII: Chant: Old and New/ Plain-chant: l’ancien et le nouveau
    103. →  XCIX: Offertorium and Offerenda: Kinship and Structure
    104. →  C/1: Papers Read at the 15th Meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS, Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009. Aug. 23-29. Volume 1
    105. →  C/2: Papers Read at the 15th Meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS, Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009. Aug. 23-29. Volume 2
    106. →  C/3: Papers Read at the 15th Meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS, Dobogókő/Hungary, 2009. Aug. 23-29. Volume 3
    107. →  CI: A Musicological Gift: Libro Homenaje for Jane Morlet Hardie
    108. →  CII: The Becket Offices: Paradigms for liturgical research (Part 1)
    109. →  CIII: The Becket Offices (2), Paradigms for liturgical research: Analysis
    110. →  CIV: 122 Ambrosian Responsories: Transcription and Analyses
    111. →  CV: Chant and Culture: Proceedings of the conference of the Gregorian Institute of Canada / Plain-chant et Culture: Actes du colloque de l’Institut grégorien du Canada
    112. →  CVI: The Letter of St. Bernard and the Tract on the Cistercian revision of the Antiphoner
    113. →  CVII: The Ambrosian Processions ‘ad crucem’