Project overview

The Gaspar van Weerbeke edition first emerged from Gerhard Croll’s 1954 dissertation on Gaspar’s motets. Armen Carapetyan accepted the conceived project for his music edition series, Corpus mensurabilis musicae (American Institute of Musicology), though the project soon came to a halt. Some progress was finally made starting in 1990, when Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl, Eric F. Fiedler, and Jaap van Benthem discussed and fixed the editorial guidelines. Lindmayr-Brandl then edited the volume of Gaspar’s motet cycles, which was published in 1998 as part 3 of the “Collected Works”. Since then, progress has been enabled by the support of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). The three-part project outlined below will result in the completion of the editorial work for all remaining volumes.

For more on the early history of the Weerbeke project, click here.

  • Project Part I (FWF, Project Nr. P17265)
    • Project leader: Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl
    • Project assistant: Agnese Pavanello
    • Duration: July 2004 to October 2009
    • Project output: CMM 106/IV
  • Project Part II (FWF, Project Nr. P21795)
    • Project leader: Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl
    • Project assistant: Agnese Pavanello
    • Duration: November 2009 to February 2012
    • Project output: CMM 106/I, beginning of CMM 106/V
  • Project Part III (FWF, Project Nr. 26705)
    • Project leader: Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl
    • Project assistant: Paul Kolb
    • Duration: October 2014 to September 2017
    • Project output: CMM 106/II, completion of CMM 106/V