A digital research project dedicated to a repertory of polyphonic songs from mid-sixteenth-century France, featuring facsimiles of printed books of music, a chanson database, and a music reconstruction project.
The fruits of an active research network on soundscapes in the early modern era, featuring a blog, bibliography, and list of relevant websites, as well as information on past and future workshops and conferences.
Digitized collection of over 300 printed books of music held in the British Library.
A repository of over 800 music editions of polyphonic music composed between c. 1420 and 1520, featuring tools for searching and analyzing the repertory.
The Center hosts several textual databases focused on music theory from the medieval and early modern eras, including Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum, Saggi musicali italiani, Texts on Music in English from Medieval & Early Modern Eras, and Traités français sur la musique.
In addition to useful databases of sources of music, music theory, and musical iconography, there is a growing collection of over thirty wonderfully informative and entertaining YouTube videos prepared by Elam Rotem and colleagues concerning matters of musical notation, composition, and historically informed performance practice.
The Atlas of Early Printing is an interactive site designed to be used as a tool for teaching the early history of printing in Europe during the second half of the fifteenth century. While printing in Asia predates European activity by several hundred years, the rapid expansion of the trade following the discovery of printing in Mainz, Germany, around the middle of the fifteenth century is a topic of great importance to the history of European civilization.
Quick introduction guide offered by Johanna Drucker from UCLA on various methods and tools (data and databases, data mining, text analysis, distant reading, GIS, etc.).
Web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts. It allows for single or comparative analyzes of texts in a quantitative and qualitative way. You can upload a PDF or past a URL of a side containing the text. The online tool does not store your data and works without subscription.
Platform for data analysis and visualization (subscription needed).