The CMME Project: Computerized Mensural Music Editing



Computing in Musicology (publication of the Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities)
Sun's Java plugin
Macintosh Java plugin for Mozilla
Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research)
Le STUDIUM (agence régionale de recherche et d'accueil international de chercheurs associés)
Programme Ricercar (Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours)

Other free early music databases and electronic publication projects in progress

The Caron Web Site
Catalogue de la chanson française c. 1480 - 1600 (searchable data on over 9000 chansons)
Chant Behind the Dikes: Low Countries chant sources catalogued by the late Ike de Loos
DIAMM: Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music
Early Music FAQ (with an extensive listing of recordings)
Goldberg Stiftung editions of pieces from the Loire Valley chansonniers (PDFs created with CMME software)
Le graduel de Bellelay (full facsimile and study of a 12th-century noted Premonstratensian gradual)
Het Gruuthuse handschrift (Dutch medieval songbook: full facsimile and transcription)
The Latin Motet: Indexes to Printed Collections, 1500-1600
Latrobe University Library Medieval Music Database
The Leiden Choirbooks (high-quality images of six 16th-century polyphony books from Leiden)
LmL: Lexicon musicum Latinum medii aevi (dictionary of medieval Latin musical terminology)
MOTET Online Database
RELICS: Renaissance Liturgical Imprints (census of printed service books up to 1600)
TME: Texts on Music in English (theoretical writings in English)
TFM: Traités français sur la musique (theoretical writings in French)
SMI: saggi musicali italiani (theoretical writings in Italian)
TMI: Thesaurus Musicarum Italicarum (theoretical writings in Italian)
TML: Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum (theoretical writings in Latin)
Johannes Tinctoris, Theoretical Works: new editions by Ronald Woodley
Zarlino, Le istitutioni harmoniche: Images of the 1562 print in Strasbourg