[Humanist] 25.470 renewed Corpus Rhythmorum Musicum online
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willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Sun Nov 13 10:11:34 CET 2011
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 25, No. 470.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2011 10:21:53 +0100
From: "Center for Comparative Studies" <centrostudicomparati at libero.it>
Subject: Corpus Rhythmorum Musicum
I am delighted to inform the list that a renewed version of the database
containing the textual and musical editions and the linguistical, metrical,
musical and paleographical analysis of the earliest Latin medieval "songs"
of non-liturgical transmission - such as the "Planctus Karoli" and many
others -, edited by a team of scholars coordinated by me and Sam Barrett
(Univ. of Cambridge) is on line at the address www.corimu.unisi.it, now
including the audio records of the modern musical transcriptions realized by
Giacomo Baroffio's choirs. For copyright reasons the reproductions of the
140 pages of the original manuscripts can be still consulted only in the
cd-rom enclosed in the SISMEL www.sismel.it publication. The database will
be constantly updated with new entries: the next ones are "computistic"
songs (rhythmical early medieval calendars set to music in IX-X century).
Every proposal of collaboration to the next editions will be welcome.
Università di Siena ad Arezzo
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