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Manuscripts, modern editions, and eighteenth-century printed music--RISM likes it all. Read on for what has caught our attention recently:

      • Trouvère songs online
        New additions to Digitised Manuscripts at the British Library
        Egerton MS 274 is now online (see photo, left, taken from f.27v), "a little anthology written in the thirteenth century which combines sacred Latin songs with French courtly lyrics."

       

       

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