An interdisciplinary, multifaceted database of manuscripts and printed books that are relevant to the Alamire Foundation’s research and activities. Especially focuses on the musical heritage of the Low Countries from the early Middle Ages until 1800.
This resource presents the music collection of Dresden’s Catholic court church (Hofkirche) as it was catalogued in 1765. The collection comprises works that were either composed for, or collected and adapted for use in, the royal chapel.
A searchable guide to online resources across a wide variety of topics in music, including historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, composition, and performance practice. The tag cloud for subjects is helpful.
Allows you to access an extensive digital library containing the latest scholarly research and online resources. You can find bibliographical data, full text data, and information about experts in musicology. ViFaMusik is “work in progress” and is continuously being extended.