Davide Daolmi, “I vestiti nuovi di Notre Dame” | “Notre Dame’s new clothes”, Trans. Revista transcultural de musica 18 (2014).

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1850    
  Guérard 1850

Benjamin E. Ch. Guérard, Cartulaire de l’Eglise Notre-Dame de Paris, 4 vols (Paris: De l’imprimerie de Crapelet, 1850).

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Augustin Gontier, Méthode raisonnée de plain-chant. Le plain-chant considéré dans son rythme, sa tonalité et ses modes

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1860    
  Coussemaker 1865

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1870    
  Pustet 1871

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1880    
  Pothier 1880

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1890    
  Parry 1893

Charles Hubert H. Parry, The art of music

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1900    
  Wolf 1904

Johannes Wolf, Geschichte der Mensural-Notation von 1250-1460: nach den theoretischen und praktischen Quellen, 3 vols

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1904.

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  Hughes-Hughes 1909

Augustus Hughes-Hughes, Catalogue of manuscript music in the British Museum, 3 vols (London: Clowes and sons, 1906-1909).

1910    
  Ludwig 1910

Friedrich Ludwig, Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili

[Ia] Catalogue raisonné der Quellen. Abt. 1 | Handschriften in Quadrat-Notation [pp. 1-344]

— Halle: M. Niemeyer, 1910.

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— New York: The Institute of Mediaeval music / Hildesheim: Olms, 1972 (a cura di Luther A. Dittmer).

1920    
  Gastoué 1922

Amédée Gastoué, Les primitifs de la musique française (Paris: Lauren, 1922).

  Kosch 1927

Franz Kosch, “Der Rhythmus im Choral der Solesmenser”, in Beethoven-Zentenarfeier, congress proceedings (Wien, 26-31 marzo 1927) ed. Michael Hainisch (Wien: Universal, 1927): 240-243.

1930    
  Ficker 1930

Perotinus, Organum quadruplum ‘Sederunt principes’, ed. Rudolf von Ficker (Wien: Universal, 1930).

  Handschin 1932

Jaques Handschin, “Zur Geschichte von Notre Dame”, Acta Musicologica, 4 (1932): 5-17, 49-55.

  Cserba 1935

Hieronymus de Moravia, Tractatus de musica, ed. Simon M. Cserba, 2 vols (Regensburg: Pustet, 1935).

  Gröninger 1939

Eduard Gröninger, Repertoire-Untersuchungen zum Mehrstimmigen Notre Dame-Conductus (Regensburg: Gustav Bosse, 1939).

  Rokseth 1939

Yvonne Rokseth, Polyphonies du xiiie siècle, 4 vols (Paris: Éd. de l’Oiseau-lyre, 1935-1939).

1940    
  Apel 1942

Willi Apel, The Notation of Polyphonic Music: 900-1600

— Cambridge ms: The Mediaeval Academy of America, 1942.

— [2nd ed.] “corrected”, ibidem 1944.

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— [4th] “revised and with commentary”, ibidem 1949.

[5th] ibidem 1953.

[6th] ibidem 1953, ©1961.

— [repr. 1949] Oxford: Oxford City Press, 2010.

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— [It. trans.] La notazione della musica polifonica dal x al xvi secolo (Firenze: Sansoni, 1984).

— [Fr. trans.] La notation de la musique polyphonique: 900-1600 (Sprimont: Mardaga, 1998).

  Bukofzer 1948

Manfred F. Bukofzer, “Rhythm and meter in the Notre-Dame conductus”, Bulletin of the American Musicological Society, 11-13 (1948): 63-65.

1950    
  Chailley 1950

Jacques Chailley, Histoire musicale du Moyen Age

— Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1950.

— [ii ed.] «revisée» ibidem, 1969

— [repr. 1969] ibidem, 1984.

  Handschin 1952

Jaques Handschin, “Zur Frage der Conductus-Rhythmik”, Acta Musicologica, 24 (1952): 113–30.

  Husmann 1952

Heinrich Husmann, “Zur Grundlegung der musikalischen Rhythmik des mittellateinischen”, Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, ix/1 (1952): 3-26.

  Bukofzer 1953

Manfred F. Bukofzer, “Interrelations between conductus and clausula”, Annales musicologiques, 1 (1953): 65-103.

  Chailley 1953

Jacques Chailley, “Quel est l’auteur de la ‘théorie modale’ dite de Beck-Aubry?”, Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, 10/3 (1953): 213-222.

  Schrade 1953

Leo Schrade, “Political compositions in French music of the 12th and 13th centuries”, Annales musicologiques, I (1953): 9-63.

  Dittmer 1959

Anonymous iv, ed. Luther Dittmer (New York: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1959).

1960    
  Brikner 1962

Günter Brikner, “Notre Dame-Cantoren und -Succentorem vom Ende des 10. bis zum Beginn des 14. Jharhunderts”, in In memoriam Jacques Handschin, ed. Higinio Anglés (Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Heitz, 1962): 107-126.

  Sanders 1962

Ernest H. Sanders, “Duple rhythm and alternate third mode in the 13th century”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 15/3 (1962): 249-291.

  Husmann 1963

Heinrich Husmann, “The Enlargement of the ‘Magnus liber organi’ and the Parish Churches St. Germain l’Auxerrois and Ste. Geneviève-du-Mont”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 16 (1963): 176-203.

  Tischler 1966

Hans Tischler, “Perotinus revisited”

— in Aspects of medieval and Renaissance music. A birthday offering to Gustave Reese, ed. Jan Larue (New York: Norton, 1966): 803-817.

— [Eng. ed.] London: Oxford University press, 1967.

— [repr.] New York: Pendragon, 1978.

  Reckow 1967

Fritz Reckow, Der Musiktraktat des Anonymus 4., 2 vols (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1967).

1970    
  Reimer 1972

Johannes de Garlandia, De mensurabili musica, ed. Erich Reimer, 2 vols (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1972).

  Anderson 1973

Gordon A. Anderson, “The Rhythm of «cum littera» Sections of polyphonic conductus in mensural Sources”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 26/2 (1973): 288-304.

  Anderson 1975

Gordon A. Anderson, “Notre-Dame and related conductus: A catalogue raisonné”, Miscellanea musicologica, 6 (1972): 153-229; 8 (1975): 1-81.

  Duby 1976

Georges Duby, Saint Bernard. L’art cistercien

— Paris: Arts et métiers graphiques, 1976.

— [It. tr.] San Bernardo e l’arte cirtercense (Torino: Einaudi, 1982). 

  Van der Werf 1977

Trouvères-Melodien. I: Blondel de Nesle, Gautier de Dargies, Chastelain de Coucy, Conon de Bethune, Gace Brule, ed. Hendrik van der Werf

— Monumenta Monodica Medii Aevi, 11 (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1977) — (Kritischer bericht, pp. 555-616)

— 2nd vol. Van der Werf 1979

  Anderson 1978

Gordon A. Anderson, “The rhythm of the monophonic conductus in the Florence manuscript as indicated in parallel Sources in mensural notation”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 31/3 (1978): 480-489.

  Hoppin 1978

Richard H. Hoppin, Medieval music + Anthology of Medieval Music

— 2 vols, New York: Norton, 1978. [myLib]

— [Fr. ed.] Liege: Mardaga, 1991.

— [Sp. ed.] Madrid: Akal, 2002.

  Knapp 1979

Janet Knapp, “Musical declamation and poetic rhythm in an early layer of Notre Dame conductus”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 32 (1979): 383-407.

  Treitler 1979

Leo Treitler, “Regarding Meter and Rhythm in the Ars Antiqua”, The Musical Quarterly, 65/4 (Oct. 1979): 524-558.

  Van der Werf 1979

Trouvères-Melodien. II: Thibaud de Navarre, Moniot d’Arras, Moniot de Paris, Colin Muset, Audfroi le Bastard, Adam de la Halle, ed. Hendrik van der Werf, Monumenta Monodica Medii Aevi, 12 (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1979).

— 1st vol. Van der Werf 1977

1980    
  Sanders 1980

Ernest H. Sanders, “Consonance and rhythm in the organum of the 12th and 13th Centuries”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 33 (1980): 264-86.

  Alvar 1981

Poesia de trovadores, trouvères, Minnesinger, de principios del siglo xii a fines del siglo xiii, ed. Carlos Alvar (Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1981, 21999).

  Falck 1981

Robert Falck, The Notre-Dame conductus: A study of the repertory (Henryville: Institute of Medieval music, 1981).

  Edt-Sim 1982

Storia della musica, ed. Società italiana di musicologia, 12 vols

— Torino: Edt, 1976-1982.

— [ii ed.] ibidem, 1991-1993, 22011.

  Tischler 1982

Hans Tischler, “A propos meter and rhythm in the Ars antiqua”, Journal of Music Theory, 26/2 (1982): 313-329.

  Yudkin 1982

Jeremy Yudkin, Notre Dame theory: A study of terminology, including translations of Anonymous iv and the Anonymous of St. Emmeram

— PhD (Stanford University, 1982).

— [repr. as] The music treatise of Anonymous iv, a new translation (Rome ge: American Institute of Musicologie, 1985).

  Treitler 1983

Leo Treitler, “Regarding ‘A Propos Meter and Rhythm in the Ars Antiqua’”, Journal of Music Theory, 27/2 (1983): 215-222.

  Yudkin 1983

Jeremy Yudkin, “The rhythm of «organum purum»”, The Journal of Musicology, ii/4 (1983): 355-376. 

  Kerman 1985

Joseph Kerman, Contemplating music. Challenges to musicology

— Cambridge: Harvard University press, 1985.

— [Engl. ed.] as Musicology (London: Fontana, 1985).

  Sanders 1985

Ernest H. Sanders, “Conductus and Modal Rhythm”

— Journal of the American Musicological Society, 38 (1985): 439-69.

— [repr.] in Roesner 2009/a and Meconi 2011: 209-239.

  M. H. Fernandez 1986

Marie-Henriette Fernandez, “Une réminiscence hébraïque dans la musique du troubadour Guillaume ix”, in Studia Occitanica in memoriam Paul Remy, ed. Hans-Erich Keller, 2 vols (Kalamazoo mi: Medieval institute publications, 1986): i, 81-86.

  C. Wright 1986

Craig Wright, “Leoninus, poet and musician”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 39 (1986): 1-35. 

  Fassler 1987

Margot E. Fassler, “Accent, meter, and rhythm in Medieval treatises ‘De ritmis’”, Journal of Musicology, 5 (1987): 164-196.

  Anderson 1988

Notre Dame and related conductus. Opera omnia, ed. Gordon A. Anderson, 10 vols (Henryville: Institute of Mediaeval music, 1978-1988).

— 1. Four- and three-part conductus [testimoni principali]

— 2. Three-part conductus [testimoni principali]

— 3. Two-part conductus [in 3/4 testimoni principali]

— 4. Two-part conductus [in 2 testimoni principali]

— 5. Two-part conductus [unica] | (K52)

— 6. One-part conductus [dal fasc. 10 di F]

— 7. [non pubblicato]

— 8. One-part conductus [rondeaux in latino]

— 9. Three-part conductus [altri testimoni]

— 10. Two-part conductus [altri testimoni]

— 11. [non pubblicato]

  Lera 1989

Luigi Lera, “Grammatica della notazione di Notre-Dame”

— Acta musicologica, 61/2 (1989): 150-174.

— [Eng. tr.] by Rob C Wegman in Academia.edu. 

  C. Wright 1989

Craig Wright, Music and ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris. 500-1550 (Cambridge: University Press, 1989, 21992). [myLib]

1990    
  Crocker 1990

Richard L. Crocker, “Rhythm in early polyphony”, Current Musicology, 45-47 (1990): 147–177.

  Cantor 1991

Norman F. Cantor, Inventing the Middle Ages. The lives, works, and ideas of the great medievalists of the twentieth century

— New York: Morrow, 1991).

— [repr.] Cambridge: The Lutterworth press, 1992.

  Eggebrecht 1991

Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht, Musik im Abendland. Prozesse und Stationen vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart

— Müchen: Piper, 1991

— [It. tr.] Musica in occidente. Dal Medioevo ad oggi (Scandicci: La nuova Italia, 1996).

  Jeffery 1992

Peter Jeffery, Re-envisioning past musical cultures: Ethnomusicology in the study of Gregorian chant (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1992).

  Lera 1992

Luigi Lera, “Grammatica dei modi ritmici. Il periodo arcaico”, Rassegna veneta di studi musicali, 5-6 (1992): 5-41. 

  Göllner 1993

Marie Louise Göllner, “The third rhythmic mode in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries”

— in Culturas musicales del Mediterráneo y sus ramificaciones, 4 vols (Madrid: Sociedad espanola de musicologia, 1993-95): iv (1993): 2395-2409.

— [repr.] in Göllner 2003: 113-129. 

  Caiter 1995

Franz Caiter, Die Rhythmisierung des Gregorianischen Chorals. Eine Studie zum Lebenswerk André Mocquereaus osb (Frankfurt: R.G. Fischer, 1995).

  Cullin 1995

Olivier Cullin, “La polyphonie au XIIe siècle: entre théorie et pratique”, Revue de Musicologie, 81/1 (1995): 25-36.

  Pesce 1995

Enrico Pesce, “Sulla legittimità della cosiddetta ‘notazione modale’. Commento critico alla Grammatica della notazione di Notre-Dame di Luigi Lera”

— in Musicam in subtilitate scrutando. Contributi alla storia della teoria musicale, ed. Maria Teresa Rosa-Barezzani, Daniele Sabaino, Rodobaldo Tibaldi (Lucca: Lim, 1995): 89-110.

— [Eng. tr.] by Rob C. Wegman in Academia.edu

  Sabaino 1995

Daniele Sabaino, “Postille ad una nuova «Grammatica dei modi ritmici»”, in Musicam in subtilitate scrutando. Contributi alla storia della teoria musicale (Lucca: Lim, 1995): 111-128.

  Taruskin 1995

Richard Taruskin, Text and act. Essays on music and performance (New York, Oxford: Oxford University press, 1995).

  Göllner 1997

Marie Louise Göllner, “Mode and change of mode in the 13th-century motet”

— Anuario musical: Revista de musicología del Csic, 52 (1997): 3-14

— [repr.] in Göllner 2003: 131-144.

  Tischler 1997

Tropatorum septemtrionalum poemata cum suis melodis: Opera Omnia | Trouvère lyrics with melodies: Complete and comparative edition, cmm 107, ed. Hans Tischler, 15 vols (Roma: American Institute of Musicology, 1997).

incipit | poetic forms | authors and other persons | musical terms | Mss sigla | inventory of mss | bibliography | abbreviations

11 | 16 | 30 | 64 | 72 | 99 | 174 | 203 | 220 | 289 | 312 | 401 | 436 | 443 | 647 | 792 | 935 | 1060 | 1210

  Bergeron 1998

Katherine Bergeron, Decadent enchantments. The revival of gregorian chant at Solesmes (Berkeley: University of California press, 1998). [myLib]

  S. Murray 1998

Stephen Murray, “Notre-Dame of Paris and the anticipation of Gothic”, The Art Bulletin, 80/2 (1998): 229-253.

2000    
  Witt 2000

Ronald G. Witt, In the footsteps of the ancients. The origins of humanism from Lovato to Bruni

— Leiden: Brill, 2000.

— [It. tr.] Sulle tracce degli antichi. Padova, Firenze e le origini dell’umanesimo (Roma: Donzelli, 2005).

  Haines 2001

John Haines, “The footnote quarrels of the modal theory: A remarkable episode in the reception of medieval music”, Early music history, 20 (2001): 87-120.

  Roesner 2001

Edward H. Roesner, “Who ‘Made’ the ‘Magnus Liber’?”

— Early Music History, 20 (2001): 227-266.

— [repr.] in Roesner 2009/a, pp. 155-194.

  Duhamel 2002

Pascale Duhamel, Musique et architecture au temps de l’art gothique (1140-1240), PhD (Montréal: Université de Montréal, 2002).

  Leech-Wilkinson 2002

Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, The modern invention of medieval music. Scolarship, ideology, performance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

  Göllner 2003

Essays on music and poetry in the Late Middle Ages, ed. Marie Louise Göllner (Tutzing: Schneider, 2003).

  Everist 2004

Marc Everist, “Le fonti della musica polifonica, ca. 1170-1330”, in Fiore 2004: 43-64.

  Haines 2004

John Haines, Eight centuries of troubadours and trouveres: the changing identity of Medieval music (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

  Busse Berger 2005

Anna Maria Busse Berger, Medieval music and the art of memory

— Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005.

— [It. tr.] La musica medievale e l’arte della memoria, by Carla Vivarelli (Subiaco: Fogli Volanti, 2008). [myLib]

  Flotzinger 2007

Rudolf Flotzinger, Von Leonin zu Perotin. Der musikalische Paradigmenwechsel in Paris um 1210 (Bern: Peter Lang, 2007).

  Gross 2007

Guillaume Gross, Chanter en polyphonie à Notre-Dame de Paris aux 12e et 13e siècles (Turnout: Brepols, 2007).

  Ostrowski 2008

Jefferey Ostrowski, “How to read the Vatican gradual”, Sacred music, 135/4 (2008): 21-28.

  Blažeković 2009

Music’s intellectual history: Founders, followers & fads, ed. Zdravko Blažeković, Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie (New York: Rilm, 2009).

  Morent 2009

Stefan Morent, “Viewing the past: Differing concepts of early music history in 19th-century Germany and France”, in Blažeković 2009: 473-479.

  Roesner 2009/a

Ars antiqua: Organum, conductus, motet, ed. Edward H. Roesner (Farnham, Burlington: Ashgate, 2009).

2010    
  C. Meyer 2010

Hieronymi de Moravia, Tractatus de musica, ed. Christian Meyer, Guy Lobrichon (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010).

  Saint-Cricq 2010

Gaël Saint-Cricq, “Organum and memory” [rewiew to Gross 2007], Early Music 338/1 (2010): 119-121.

  Waddle 2010

Amy Danielle Waddle, “A Blessing in Disguise: Stepping Back to Make Informed Decisions in the Modern Liturgical Performance of Gregorian Chant”, Sacred Music, 137/3 (Fall 2010): 11-31. 

  Everist 2011

The Cambridge companion to medieval music, ed. Marc Everist (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011).

  Meconi 2011

Medieval music, ed. Honey Meconi (Farnham: Ashgate, 2011).

  Friebel 2012

Michael Friebel, Pierre de Corbeil, an Archibishop called Perotin, paper read in xix Ims meeting (Roma 2012).

  K. Ellis 2013

Katherine Ellis, The politics of plainchant in fin-the-siècle France (Farnham, Burlington: Ashgate, 2013).