Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum: a new release

A new release of the Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum is on-line, offering extended capabilities for browsing and searching the archive and preparing for further expansion. The introductory pages provide explanations for the new functionalities (please pay special attention to the rules for searching, since these have changed). The preparation of new texts is in progress. Note that this is an official release at the original URL chmtl.indiana.edu/tml and that the “boethius” placeholder website is going to be discontinued very soon, so please update your bookmarks.

“Musical Borrowing and Reworking” is back on-line with a new website

The new website of Peter Burkholder’s annotated bibliography on musical borrowing has been restored and it is again available at its original URL. The project has been renamed Musical Borrowing and Reworking to emphasize the breadth of the subjects that it aims to cover, including transcription, variations, quotation, paraphrase, parody, modeling, allusion, sampling, and many other ways to rework existing music, from troping and organum to collage and electronic manipulation. Read the new introduction for further details.

“Traités français sur la musique” is back on-line

The website of Traités français sur la musique (TFM), the CHMTL-hosted project directed by Peter Slemon (Toronto) has been restored to its original URL. The project aims at capturing in electronic form and making searchable all texts on music theory written in French from the Middle Ages through the nineteenth century.

“Text on Music in English…” is back on-line

The website of Text on Music in English from the Medieval and Early Modern Eras (TME), the CHMTL-hosted project directed by Peter Lefferts (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) has been restored to its original URL. The project aims at capturing in electronic form and making searchable all texts on music theory written in English from the Middle Ages through the seventeenth century.

“Saggi musicali italiani” is back on-line

The website of Saggi musicali italiani (SMI), the CHMTL-hosted project directed by Andreas Giger (Louisiana State University) has been restored to its original URL. The project aims at capturing in electronic form and making searchable all texts on music theory and aesthetics written in Italian from the Renaissance to the present.