The American Institute
   of Musicology


Publications


Musica Disciplina (MD)
Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae (CMM)
Corpus of Early Keyboard Music (CEKM)
Musicological Studies and Documents (MSD)
Renaissance Manuscript Studies (RMS)
Corpus scriptorum de musica (CSM)
Miscellanea (MISC)

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Musica Disciplina (MD)

A Yearbook of the History of Music

Prof. Stanley Boorman, Editor

 

Musica Disciplina is an annual yearbook that publishes significant articles dealing with source studies, edition making, and other musicological issues. Accepted articles are sometimes the direct by-products of editorial work on AIM volumes, but contributions from other scholars are accepted for publication. MD is now led by an editorial board headed by Stanley Boorman. Annual publication is expected to resume in 2009.

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Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae (CMM)

Paul L. Ranzini, General Editor
Founding Director: Armen Carapetyan

 

The volumes in this series present a nearly complete collection of polyphonic music from the 14th to the 16th centuries. Editions of the collected works of trecento composers, French and Italian masters, and Flemish composers form the nucleus of the series, and these works are complemented by volumes of compositions by Spanish masters, partly monophonic repertories from the 13th and 14th centuries, and complete editions from selected important codices. The list of names of composers in this series includes nearly all of the significant composers of the era, composers such as Machaut, La Rue, de Wert, Dufay, Willaert, Clemens, Brumel, Gombert, Rore, G. Gabrieli, Compère, Agricola, Arcadelt, Corteccia, Merulo, Sermisy, Manchicourt, Crecquillon, Isaac, Marenzio, Richafort, Rossi, and Romero.

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Corpus of Early Keyboard Music (CEKM)

Dr. John Caldwell, General Editor

 

These editions of music written for keyboard between the 14th and 17th centuries document the advancing emancipation from the vocal models and the gradual development of an individual "piano-like" character. The volumes include works in a variety of genres documenting the increasing independence of the keyboard literature from its polyphonic precursors.

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Musicological Studies and Documents (MSD)

Paul L. Ranzini, General Editor

 

This series is dedicated to presenting a variety of musicological studies. Volumes include commentaries on translated treatises, source facsimiles, music editions, critical commentary and expanded documentation for editions, and in-depth analyses of selected historic or music theory subjects. Also included are biographies of early musicians, composition indexes, treatises on musical instruments, and volumes on the history and development of musical genres and forms.

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Renaissance Manuscript Studies (RMS)

Prof. Charles Hamm, General Editor and Prof. Herbert Kellman

 

The series RMS publishes reference works that support the study of early music. Included are source catalogues and bibliographical publications that are indispensable aids in the discovery, analysis, and thorough study of various repertoires. RMS currently numbers nine volumes, mainly catalogues and inventories of complete archives including their musical materials documented with brief musical incipits.

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Corpus scriptorum de musica (CSM)

Prof. Rob C. Wegman, General Editor

 

The fifty volumes of CSM present music treatises written from the 11th to the 16th centuries, treatises that often refer to the compositions that appear in the CMM series. By presenting the theoretical underpinnings of the music along with the music itself, a clear picture of music in mensural notation is fostered in light of its philosophical and theoretical foundations.

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Miscellanea (MISC)

Paul L. Ranzini, General Editor

 

Not every study of early music will fit into one of the clearly defined series published by the Institute, and this series is dedicated to present the best musicological work that might not otherwise be published, including collections of essays. To date, the series has published the collected theoretical works of Rameau, as well as early compositions in monodic style. Miscellanea is also the host to excellent collections of essays around a specific theme or in honor of the work of a particular scholar.

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