These pages assemble various resources to accompany Richard Freedman's Music in the Renaissance
(W.W. Norton, 2012).
- Select the Chapter tabs at the left to find links to digital resources, exhibitions, and facsimiles.
- The Chapter tabs also include bibliographies of articles and books likely to be of use in classroom discussion (they also include links to JSTOR and WORLDCAT records for these sources).
- Each chapter page also includes a link to a Study Sheet (in PDF format) containing all of the important names and terms discussed there, along with a listing of related pieces from the Anthology for Music in the Renaissance > (ed. Richard Freedman; W.W. Norton, 2012) and related source documents from Strunk's Source Readings in Music History >(W.W. Norton). You can also find a link to all of the study sheets at the left.
- The Sound Recordings tab is keyed to the accompanying Anthology. Here you will find excellent recordings available through iTunes, Amazon.com, and Naxos Music Library. I also list the WorldCat entry for each sound recording, so you can find them in your local library.
- Digital Portals for Early Music offer some interesting collections and finding tools.
- Send feedback or questions to rfreedma at haverford dot edu