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By joining or donating to the Musicologie Médiévale Association, you are actively supporting research, the dissemination of discoveries and knowledge, as well as the preservation of our heritage.
Putting our work and our discoveries at the disposal of musicians and musicologists, implies an intense labour of research, management and organization, one which requires a full time commitment.
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°Access to the association's resource catalogs: manuscripts and digital books.
Annual subscription :
Individual € 15.
Institutions and legal entities/corporations € 100.
To become a member, you can complete the downloadable form below and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to the Association's headquarters: Musicologie Médiévale | 4 La Touche Larcher, 56800 CAMPENEAC - France.
On request, your name can appear in the list of members and public benefactors:
Maria Isabel Arias
Charles Atkinson (Ohio State University/Universität Würzburg)
Margaret Bent (University of Oxford)
Christelle Cazaux (FHNW - Schola Cantorum Basiliensis)
Ensemble Cum Jubilo
Mary Channen Caldwell (University of Pennsylvania)
David Fallows (University of Manchester)
Joaquim Garrigosa Massana Ateneu Univ. Sant Pacià)
Gisèle Clément (Université de Montpellier)
Michael Scott Cuthbert (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Julia Craig-McFeely (University of Oxford)
David Ganz (The Medieval Institute University of Notre Dame)
Barbara H. Haggh-Huglo (University of Maryland)
Leofranc Holford-Strevens (Oxford University Press)
Thomas Forrest Kelly (Harvard University)
Karin Lagergren (Linneaus University (SE), Alamire Foundation (BE)
Franz Karl Prassl (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz)
Arturo Tello Ruiz-Pérez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Susan Rankin (Emmanuel College, Cambridge)
Hendrik Vanden Abeele (PhD, Leiden University)
Louis-Marie Vigne (CGP)