Salzburg Collection

**Now available to download: Gerhard Croll, “Das Motettenwerk Gaspars van Weerbeke” (PhD dissertation, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 1954). Complete file (29.2 MB).

The project is in possession of a substantial collection of materials relating to the study of Gaspar van Weerbeke. If you wish to consult the physical collection, please contact Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl at andrea.lindmayr-brandl@sbg.ac.at.

The collection includes:

  • Photographs and microfilms of numerous music manuscripts and prints, including all sources of Gaspar’s works not available online.
  • Transcriptions of most of Gaspar’s works and many related works, by Gerhard Croll and Eric F. Fiedler
  • Dissertations and monographs
    • Erviti, Manuel Gustavo, “The Motet as a Representation of Sociocultural Value Circa 1500” (PhD dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, 1997) – ch. 4 and appendix
    • Fiedler, Eric F., Die Messen des Gaspar van Weerbeke (ca. 1445 - nach 1517) (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1997)
    • Fuchs, Guido, “Kirchenmusik in Mailand Ende des 15. Jahrhunderts” (PhD dissertation, Würzburg, 1982) – complete
    • Gasser, Nolan Ira, “The Marian Motet Cycles of the Gaffurius Codices: A Musical and Liturgico-devotional Study” (PhD dissertation, Stanford, 2001) – complete
    • Grawley, John Gray, “The magnificats, hymns, motets, and secular compositions of Johannes Martini” (PhD dissertation, Yale University, 1968) – excerpt
    • Loach, Donald G., “Aegidius Tschudi's Songbook (St. Gall MS 463): A Humanistic Document from the Circle of Heinrich Glarean” (PhD dissertation, UC Berkeley, 1969) – complete
    • Noblitt, Thomas L., “The Motetti Missales of the Late Fifteenth Century” (PhD dissertation, University of Texas, 1963) – opening
    • Scott, P. J. D., “Ottaviano Petrucci's Lamentationum liber primus and liber secundus (1506/1 and 1506/2); a bibliographical, contextual and analytical study” (Phd thesis, Durham University, 2004) – complete
    • Sherr, Richard Jonathan, “The Papal Chapel ca. 1492-1513 and its Polyphonic Sources” (PhD dissertation, Princeton, 1975) – complete
    • Ward, Tom Robert, “The Polyphonic Office Hymn from the Late Fourteenth Century until the Early Sixteenth Century” (PhD dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1963) – chs. I, II, III, V, and excerpts of appendices
    • Wegner, Werner, Untitled dissertation on Gaspar van Weerbeke's Missa O Venus bant (Universität Marburg, c. 1940)
  • Old articles, etc.
    • Albrecht, Hans, “Französische Sammelpublikationen zur Geschichte der Künste in der Renaissance und zur älteren Musikgeschichte”, Die Musikforschung X/4 (1957), pp. 547-552, and XI/2,3,4 (1958), pp. 201-213, 342-347, 498-502
    • Cattin, Giulio, “Nuova Fonte Italiana della Polifonia intorno al 1500 (MS. Cape Town, Grey 3.b.12)”, Acta musicologica 45 (1973), 165-221
    • de Burbure, Leon, “Les oeuvres des anciens musiciens belges. Étude sur un manuscrit du XVIe siècle contenant des chants à quatre et à trois voix; suivie d’un post-scriptum sur le Bellum musicale de Claude Sebastiani”, Mémoires de l’Académie royale de Belgique XXXIII (Brussels, 1882)
    • Feldmann, Fritz, “Alte und neue Probleme um Cod. 2016 des Musikalischen Instituts bei der Universität Breslau”, in Festschrift Max Schneider zum achtzigsten Geburtstage (Leipzig, 1955), 49-66
    • Frey, Herman-Walther, “Regesten zur päpstllichen Kapelle unter Leo X. und zu seiner Privatkapelle”, Die Musikforschung IX/1-2 (1956), 46-57, 139-156
    • Jeppesen, Knud, “Die 3 Gafurius-Kodizes der Fabbrica del Duomo, Milano”, Acta Musicologica 3 (1931)
    • Leroquais, V., ed., Le Bréviaire de Philippe le Bon (1929)
    • Miller, Clement A., “Early Gaffuriana: New Answers to Old Questions”, Musical Quarterly 56 (1970)
    • Muoni, Damiano, “Maestri di cappella del duomo di Milano”, Archivio Storico Lombardo X (1883), 209-221
    • Namèche, l’Abbé A.-J., ed., Cours d’histoire nationale, Quartième Partie: Période Austro-Espagnole (Louvain, 1869) – excerpt pp. 1-178
    • Pesci, Benedetto, “Il culto di San Sebastiano a Roma nell’antichità e nel medioevo”, Antonianum 20 (1945), 177-200
    • Valeri, Francesco Malaguzzi, La corte di Lodovico il Moro: Le arti industriali, la letteratura, la musica (Ulrico Hoepli: Milano, 1923) – excerpt, “Musica e Musicisti alla Corte sforzesca”, pp. 183-254
    • Van Doorslaer, G., “La chapelle musicale de Philippe le Beau”, Revue belge d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art IV/1, January-March 1934, Anvers (1934), 21-57, 139-165