The Sound of St Mark’s. A Digital Catalogue of the Choirbooks with Polyphonic Music of the Venetian Ducal Chapel is an international research project promoted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Swiss National Science Foundation in collaboration with the Basilica St Mark's, Venice and the Archivio Storico del Patriarcato di Venezia. The open-access digital portal contains: i) digital reproductions of the entire collection of choirbooks, ii) historical and bibliographical metadata, and iii) a critical transcription of the music. The host structure, Venetian Music Online, is a scientific platform dedicated to research on music and musical life in Venice, its historical territories and geographically related areas, and the history of Venetian musical culture in its European dimension. It is conceived both as a collection of open-access studies, critical editions, databases and other digital materials (audio, video etc.), and as a receptacle for online contents in support of the hard-copy Venetian Music Studies series published by Brepols.

The Sound of St Mark's. A Digital Catalogue of the Choirbooks with Polyphonic Music of the Venetian Ducal Chapel

Collarile Luigi
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Bryant David Douglas
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Celentano Augusto
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Orsini Renzo
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Uriarte Rafael Brundo
Membro del Collaboration Group
2020

Abstract

The Sound of St Mark’s. A Digital Catalogue of the Choirbooks with Polyphonic Music of the Venetian Ducal Chapel is an international research project promoted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the Swiss National Science Foundation in collaboration with the Basilica St Mark's, Venice and the Archivio Storico del Patriarcato di Venezia. The open-access digital portal contains: i) digital reproductions of the entire collection of choirbooks, ii) historical and bibliographical metadata, and iii) a critical transcription of the music. The host structure, Venetian Music Online, is a scientific platform dedicated to research on music and musical life in Venice, its historical territories and geographically related areas, and the history of Venetian musical culture in its European dimension. It is conceived both as a collection of open-access studies, critical editions, databases and other digital materials (audio, video etc.), and as a receptacle for online contents in support of the hard-copy Venetian Music Studies series published by Brepols.
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