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Alden 1999 Jane Alden, Makers of a Songbook: The Scribes of the Laborde Chansonnier (Ph.d.-diss., Univ. of North Carolina) 1999
Alden 2001 Jane Alden (ed.), Johannes Delahaye. Chansons in Loire Valley Sources. Paris 2001
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Alden 2007 Jane Alden, ‘Reading the Loire Valley Chansonniers’, Acta Musicologica 79 (2007) pp. 1-32
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Ameln 1972 Konrad Ameln (ed.), Lochamer-Liederbuch und Das Fundamentum organisandi von Conrad Paumann, Faksimile-Nachdruck, Kassel 1972
Atlas 1976 Allan W. Atlas, The Cappella Giulia Chansonnier. Roma, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, C.G.XIII.27 (Musicological Studies Vol. XXVII/1-2), New York 1975-76
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Benthem 1997 Jaap van Benthem, ‘‘Prenez sur moy vostre exemple’. Signae, text and cadences in Ockeghem’s Prenez sur moy and Missa Cuiusvis toni’, Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis 47 (1997), pp. 99–118
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Binchois 1957 Gilles Binchois (Wolfgang Rehm, ed.), Die Chansons von Gilles Binchois (1400-1460) (Musikalische Denkmäler II), Mainz 1957
Binchois 1992 Gilles Binchois (Philip Kaye, ed.), The sacred music of Gilles Binchois, Oxford 1992
Blachly 1999 Alexander Blachly, ‘Reading Tinctoris for Guidance of Tempo’ in Paula Higgins (ed.), Antoine Busnoys. Method, Meaning, and Context in Late Medieval Music. Oxford 1999, pp. 399-427
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Bloxam 2009 M. Jennifer Bloxam, Gioia Filocamo, and Leofranc Holford-Strevens (eds.), Uno gentile et subtile ingenio. Studies in Renaissance Music in Honour of Bonnie J. Blackburn. CESR Tours 2009
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Brown 1963 Howard Mayer Brown, Music in the French Secular Theater. 1400-1550. Cam. Mass. 1963
Brown 1982 Howard Mayer Brown, ‘Emulation, Competition and Homage: Imitation and Theories of Imitation in the Renaissance’, Journal of the American Musicological Society 1982, pp. 1-48
Brown 1983 Howard Mayer Brown, A Florentine Chansonnier from the Time of Lorenzo the Magnificient. Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale MS Banco Rari 229 (Monuments of Renaissance Music VII) Chicago 1983
Brown 1983b Howard Mayer Brown, ‘A "New" Chansonnier of the Early Sixteenth Century in the University Library of Uppsala: A Preliminary Report’, Musica Disciplina 37 (1983) pp. 171-233.
Brown 1987 Howard Mayer Brown (ed.), Uppsala, Universitetsbiblioteket, Vokalmusik i handskrift 76a, introduction by Howard Mayer Brown (Renaissance Music in Facsimile. Sources Central to the Music of the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 19), New York (Garland) 1987
Bush 1940 Helen E. Bush, ‘The Laborde Chansonnier’, Papers of the American Musicological Society 1940 (1946), pp. 56-79
Calvez 1982 Daniel Calvez, ‘La Structure du rondeau: mise au point’, The French Review 55 (1982), pp. 461-470
Carpentras 1972 Elzéar Genet (Carpentras), Opera omnia 1-5 (ed. A. Seay; Corpus mensurabilis musicae 58) AIM 1972
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Chesney 1965 K. Chesney, More 'poèmes de transition'. Notes on the Rondeaux of a Taylorian Manuscript (Medium Aevi Monographs VIII) Oxford 1965
Christoffersen 1994 P. Woetmann 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 I-III. Copenhagen 1994
Christoffersen 2001 P. Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘Æslets skryden og sang gennem tårer. Billeder i musik i 1400-tallets populære og kunstfulde traditioner’, Musik & Forskning 26 (2001), pp. 97-134
Christoffersen 2009 Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘Prenez sur moi vostre exemple: The ‘clefless’ notation or the use of fa-clefs in chansons of the fifteenth century by Binchois, Barbingant, Ockeghem and Josquin’, Danish Yearbook of Musicology 37 (2009), pp. 13-38
Christoffersen 2011a Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, The Complete Works of Gilles Mureau (c1442-1512) – poet-musician of Chartres
Christoffersen 2011b Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘The restoration of Antoine Busnoys’ four-part Flemish song “In mijnen sijn”: An experiment in sound, imitation technique, and the setting of a popular tune’, Danish Musicology Online, Vol. 2 (2011), pp. 21-51
Christoffersen 2012 Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘The French musical manuscript in Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, Ms. 2794, and the ‘Loire Valley’ chansonniers
Christoffersen 2013a Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘The chansons of Basiron’s youth and the dating of the ‘Loire Valley’ chansonniers
Christoffersen 2013b Peter Woetmann Christoffersen, ‘The music of Jean Sohier dit Fede: Comments and edition
Compere 1972 Loyset Compère (L. Finscher ed.), Opera omnia 1-5 (Corpus mensurabilis musicae 15) AIM 1958-1972.
D’Accone 1986 Frank A. D’Accone (ed.), Pavia, Biblioteca Universitaria, Aldini MS 362, (Renaissance Music in Facsimile 16), New York 1986
Dahlhaus 1960 Carl Dahlhaus, ‘Ockeghems »Fuga trium vocum«’, Die Musikforschung 13 (1960), pp. 307-310
Dahlhaus 1964 Carl Dahlhaus, ‘Zu einer Chanson von Binchois’, Die Musikforschung 17 (1964), pp. 398-399
Dean 1996 Jeffrey Dean, ‘Okeghem’s attitude towards modality: Three-mode and eight-mode typologies’, in Ursula Günther, Ludwig Finscher, and Jeffrey Dean (eds.), Modality in the music of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Modalität in der Musik des 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts (Musicological studies & documents, 49), Neuhausen-Stuttgart 1996, 203–246
Droz 1910 E. Droz et A. Piaget (eds.), Le Jardin de Plaisance et Fleur de Rhétorique. Reproduction en facsimile de l'édition publiée par Antoine Verard vers 1501. Paris 1910-24
Droz 1924 E. Droz et G. Thibault, Poètes et musiciens de xve siècle. Paris 1924
Droz 1927 E. Droz, G. Thibault et Y. Rokseth, Trois Chansonniers Français du xve siècle. Paris 1927
Droz 1935 E. Droz (ed.), Le Recueil Trepperel. Paris 1935
Dufay 1966 Guillaume Dufay (ed. H. Besseler), Opera omnia VI: Cantiones (Corpus mensurabilis musicae 1) 1966
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Dumitrescu 2012 Theodor Dumitrescu, ‘Who Was “Prioris”? A Royal Composer Recovered’, Journal of the American Musicological Society 65 (2012), pp. 5-66
Dunstable 1953 John Dunstable (ed.: Manfred Bukofzer), Complete Works (Musica Britannica VII), London 1953
Fallows 1987 David Fallows, Dufay (The Master Musicians), London 1982 (2. rev. ed. 1987)
Fallows 1992 David Fallows, ‘Prenez sur moy: Ockeghem’s tonal pun’, Plainsong and Medieval Music 1 (1992), pp. 63-75
Fallows 1992b David Fallows, ‘I fogli parigi del “Concionero Musical” e del Manoscritto teorico della Biblioteca Colombina’, Rivista italiana di musicologica 27 (1992), pp. 25-40
Fallows 1994 David Fallows, ‘Dunstable, Bedyngham and O rosa bella’, The Journal of Musicology 12 (1994), pp. 287-305
Fallows 1995 Davids Fallows, The Songs of Guillaume Dufay. Critical Commentary to the Revision of Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae, ser. 1, Vol. VI (Musicological studies & documents 47), Neuhausen-Stuttgart 1995
Fallows 1995a David Fallows (ed.), Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Misc. 213. With an Introduction and Inventory. Chicago 1995
Fallows 1999 David Fallows, A Catalogue of Polyphonic Songs, 1415-1480. Oxford 1999
Fallows 1999b 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 1999, pp. 21-50
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Fresnau 2004 Jean Fresnau (O. Carrillo & A. Magro, eds.), Messe et chansons. Turnhout 2004
Frye 1960 Walter Frye (ed. Sylvia W. Kenney), Collected Works (Corpus mensurabilis musicae 19), AIM 1960
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Gutiérrez-Denhoff 1984 Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff, ‘Untersuchungen zu Gestalt, Entstehung und Repertoire des Chansonniers Laborde’, Archiv für Musikwissenschaft 41 (1984) pp. 113-146
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Gutiérrez-Denhoff 1988 Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff (ed.), Der Wolfenbütteler Chansonnier. Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Codex Guelf. 287 Extrav. (Musikalischer Denkmäler X), Mainz 1988
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Jeppesen 1968 Knud Jeppesen, La Frottola I-III. Copenhagen 1968-70
Jones 1972 George Morton Jones, The “First” Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 2794: A Study in the Method of Editing of 15th Century Music. PhD-dissertation, New York University 1972
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