Materialien zum Thema

 

Elektronische Materialien:

  • Editionen der relevanten Lehrtexte in lateinischer Sprache von der Spätantike bis zum 17. Jahrhundert finden sich im Thesaurus musicarum latinarum , heute beheimatet imCenter for the History of Music Theory and Literature, einem Forschungszentrum an der Jacobs School of Music der Indiana University versehen mit den bibliographischen Angaben und jeweils ohne kritischen Apparat.
  • Die Lexik der mittelalterlichen Musiklehre wird unter Leitung von Michael Bernhard in München erarbeitet. Die Website bietet wesentliche Materialien: Lexicon musicum Latinum medii aevi. Wörterbuch der lateinischen Musikterminologie des Mittelalters bis zum Ausgang des 15. Jahrhunderts . Darunter finden sich:
  • Les sources manuscrites de la théorie de la musique (von Christian Meyer)
  • Index auctorum et fontium manuscriptorum von Christian Meyer
  • Index auctorum zur Musiktheorie des Mittelalters
  • Übersetzungen mittelalterlicher Musiktraktate
  • Incipits mittelalterlicher Musiktraktate
  • Texte im Internet (von Christian Meyer)
  • Glossar zur lateinischen Musikterminologie des Mittelalters
  • Veröffentlichungen der Musikhistorischen Kommission
  • Bibliographie zur Musiktheorie des Mittelalters

Gedruckte Materialien:

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Lateinische Quellen: Musiklehre von den Karolingern bis ca. 1500

  • B/III/1: Joseph Smits van Waesberghe, The Theory of Music from the Carolingian Era up to 1400. Volume I: Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts, 1961.
  • B/III/2: Pieter Fischer, The Theory of Music from the Carolingian Era up to 1400. Volume II: Italy, 1968.
  • B/III/3: Michel Huglo and Christian Meyer, The Theory of Music. Manuscripts from the Carolingian Era up to c. 1500 in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1986.
  • B/III/4: Michel Huglo, Christian Meyer, and Nancy C. Phillips, The Theory of Music. Manuscripts from the Carolingian Era up to c. 1500 in Great Britain and in the United States of America: Descriptive Catalogue, 1992.
  • B/III/5: Christian Meyer, Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba, Karl Werner Gümpel, The Theory of Music: Manuscripts from the Carolingian Era up to c. 1500 in the Czech Republic, Poland, Portugal and Spain: Descriptive Catalogue, 1997.
  • B/III/6: Christian Meyer, Cesarini Ruini, Giuliano Di Bacco, The Theory of Music. Manuscripts from the Carolingian Era up to c. 1500: Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts: Addenda, Corrigenda, 2003.

Hebräische Quellen

  • B/IX,1: Israel Adler, with the assistance of Lea Shalem, Hebrew notated manuscript sources up to circa 1840: A descriptive catalogue with a checklist of printed sources, 2 vol., 1989.
  • B/IX,2: Israel Adler, Hebrew writings concerning music in manuscripts and printed books from Geonic times up to 1800, 1975.
  • A corpus of Hebrew writings concerning music (not only a catalog of these sources), arranged alphabetically by author.
  • B/X: The theory of music in Arabic writings, c. 900 - 1900

Arabische Quellen

  • Amnon Shiloah, The theory of music in Arabic writings (c. 900-1900). Descriptive catalog of manuscripts in libraries of Europe and the U.S.A., 1979.
  • B/X,A: Amnon Shiloah, The theory of music in Arabic writings (c. 900-1900). Descriptive catalog of manuscripts in libraries of Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Russia, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, and supplement to B/X, 2003.

Griechische und persische Quellen

  • B/XI: Thomas J. Mathiesen, Ancient Greek music theory: A catalogue raisonné of manuscripts, 1988.
  • B/XII: Mohammed Taghi Massoudieh, Manuscrits persans concernant la musique, 1996.