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ii editions


This sub-section lists treatises in approximate chronological order, citing modern editions. Where no edition exists, the manuscript source is cited. Where no author is cited, the treatise is anonymous. Abbreviated entries are given for works cited later in this section.

ii (a) 9th- to 11th-century treatises


Musica enchiriadis: GerbertS, i, 152–73; PL, cxxxii, 957ff; Ger. trans., R. Schlecht, MMg, vi (1874), 163–78, vii (1875), 1–93; E. Waeltner: Die Lehre vom Organum bis zur Mitte des 11. Jahrhunderts (Tutzing, 1975), 2ff [organum chap., with Ger. trans.]; ed. H. Schmid (Munich, 1981); Eng. trans. (1995)

Scolica enchiriadis: GerbertS, i, 173–212; PL, cxxxii, 981ff; Ger. trans., R. Schlecht, MMg, vi (1874), 163–78; vii (1875), 1–93, 33; partial Eng. trans., StrunkSR1 (New York, 1950/R), 126ff; Waeltner (1975), 20ff [organum chap., with Ger. trans.]; ed. H. Schmid (Munich, 1981); Eng. trans. (1995)

‘Item de diatessaron et diapente ac diapason et de symphoniis’ (Bamberg Dialogue): Waeltner (1975), 42ff [with Ger. trans.]

‘Diaphonia seu organum constat ex diatessaron symphonia’ (Cologne Treatise ‘De organo’): H. Müller:Hucbalds echte und unechte Schriften über Musik (Leipzig, 1884), 79; RiemannG (Leipzig, 1898, 2/1920), 20–21 [with Ger. trans.], i–ii trans. R. Haggh (Lincoln, NE, 1962/R), 13–14 [with Eng. trans.]; J. Handschin: ‘Aus der alten Musiktheorie: ii, Orgel und Organum’, AcM, xiv (1942), 19–27; Waeltner (1975), 54ff [with Ger. trans.]

‘Dyaphonia vel organo dupliciter uti possumus’ (Sélestat Treatise): Waeltner (1975), 68ff [with Ger. trans.]

‘Dictis autem, prout potuimus, his quibus ostendendum erat’ (Paris Treatise ‘De organo’):CoussemakerS, ii, 74ff; Waeltner (1975), 72ff [with Ger. trans.]

Guido of Arezzo: Micrologus: GerbertS, ii, 2–24; PL, cxli, 1391ff; Ger. trans., R. Schlecht, MMg, v (1873), 135; M. Hermesdorff: Micrologus Guidonis (Trier, 1876) [with Ger. trans.]; RiemannG, 73–4 [with Ger. trans.]; Riemann-Haggh (1962), 61ff [with Eng. trans.]; A. Amelli: Guidonis Monachi Micrologus (Rome, 1904); J. Smits van Waesberghe, CSM, iv (1955); Waeltner (1975), 90ff [with Ger. trans.]; Eng. trans. in Hucbald, Guido, and John on Music: Three Medieval Treatises, ed. C.V. Palisca (New Haven, CT, 1978)

Liber specierum: J. Smits van Waesberghe: Expositiones in Micrologum Guidonis Aretini, i (Amsterdam, 1957), 13ff

(ii) (b) Post-Guidonian treatises


Johannes Afflighemensis: De musica: GerbertS, ii, 230ff; PL, cl, 1391ff; J. Smits van Waesberghe, CSM, i (1950); Ger. trans., U. Kornmüller, KJb, iii (1888), 1–22

‘Discantus cantui debet esse contrarius’ (Lafage Anonymous): A. de La Fage: Essais de diphthérographie musicale (Paris, 1864/R), 355ff; J. Handschin, ZMw, viii (1925–6), 333; A. Seay, AnnM, v (1957), 33

‘Diaphonia duplex cantus est cuius talis est diffinitio’ (Montpellier Organum Treatise): J. Handschin: ‘Der Organum-Traktat von Montpellier’, Studien zur Musikgeschichte: Festschrift für Guido Adler (Vienna, 1930/R), 50–57; F. Blum, MD, xiii (1959), 21 [with Eng. trans.]; H.H. Eggebrecht and F. Zaminer: Ad organum faciendum: Lehrschriften der Mehrstimmigkeit in nachguidonischer Zeit, Neue Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, iii (Mainz, 1970), 187ff [with Ger. trans.]

Ad organum faciendum (‘Cum obscuritas diaphonie multis et perplurimum tardis’; Milan Organum Treatise): C.-E.-H. de Coussemaker: Histoire de l’harmonie au moyen âge (Paris, 1852/R), 226ff [with Fr. trans.]; J.A. Huff: Ad organum faciendum & Item de organo, Musical Theorists in Translation, viii (Brooklyn, NY, 1969), 40ff [with Eng. trans.]; Eggebrecht and Zaminer (1970), 45ff, 111ff [with Ger. trans.]

‘Vocum copulationes dicuntur omni symphonia et de omni cantu dicatur’ (Berlin Treatise A): Eggebrecht and Zaminer (1970), 149ff

‘Item de organo. Cum multi veterum ac modernorum de diaphonia’ (Berlin Treatise B): Huff (1969), 60ff [with Eng. trans.]; Eggebrecht and Zaminer (1970), 159ff [with Ger. trans.]

‘Significatum organi aliud naturale aliud remotum a natura’ (Bruges Version): Eggebrecht and Zaminer (1970), 175–6



Guglielmo Roffredi: Summa artis musicae: A. Seay, MD, xxiv (1970), 71; M. Huglo, RdM, lviii (1972), 91

(ii) (c) 12th- to 13th-century discant treatises


‘Item de cursu animadvertendum est. Si discantus fuerit cum cantu et cantus remittatur’ (London Treatise) [GB-Lbl Eg.2888, ff.38–38v, I-Nn VIII.D.12, ff.18v–19]: G. Pannain: ‘Liber musicae’, RMI, xxvii (1920), 407–40, esp. 437; M. Schneider: Geschichte der Mehrstimmigkeit, Historische und phänomenologische Studien, i–iii (1934–5, enlarged 2/1969), 116–17

‘Principalem organum est cantuum diversorum cohabitatio …/Omnis homo qui vult bene organiçare primitus debet’ [I-Vnm lat.Cl.VIII. 20 (3574), ff.3–4, 13v–14]: K.-J. Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 241, 253

‘Incipit titulus artis cuj non desirit vox venerandus … Tres sunt principales consonantie In materia frangenj cantus’ [I-Nn XVI.A.15, ff.8v–9]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 238–9

‘Organum est cantus subsequens precedentem’ (Vatican Organum Treatise) [I-Rvat Ottob.lat.3025, ff.46a–48va]: F. Zaminer: Der Vatikanische Organum Traktat (Ottob.lat.3025): Organum-Praxis der frühen Notre Dame-Schule und ihrer Vorstufen, Münchner Veröffentlichungen zur Musikgeschichte, ii (1959), 185ff; I. Godt and B. Rivera: ‘The Vatican Organum Treatise: a Colour Reproduction, Transcription and Translation’, Gordon Athol Anderson, 1929–1981, in memoriam, ed. L.A. Dittmer, ii (Henryville, PA, 1984), 264–345

‘Omnis cantus incipiens est cum suo cantore, aut in dyapente’ (Louvain Treatise) [Louvain MS, destroyed 1914]:CoussemakerS, ii, 494ff

‘Si cantus ascendit duas voces et organum incipit in duplici voce’ (Pseudo-Guido Caroli loci) [F-Psg 2284, ff.109v–110v]: Coussemaker (1852/R), 255ff [with Fr. trans.]; CoussemakerS, ii, 191–2

‘Si cantus equalis fuerit potes organum incipere’ [D-EF Ca 8° 93, f.45; Mu 8° 373 (Cim.13), f.64v]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 244–5

‘Per regulas infrascriptas potest cuilibit cantui … Si cantus ascenderit unam vocem et organum incipiat’ (Anonymous IIa) [F-SDI 42, ff.37vb–38va]: CoussemakerS, i, 309–10

‘Qualiscumque cantor vul[t] incipere organum oportet ut’ [I-Nn XVI. A.15, f.9]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 251

‘Si cantus ascendit unampason descendat .III. pente’ (Venetian Treatise) [I-Vnm lat.Cl.VIII.20 (3574), ff.27v–28]: Zaminer (1959), 134

‘De modo organiçandi. Omnis homo qui vult bene organiçare oportet’ [E-Sco 5–2–25, ff.36v–37v]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 253–4

Discantus positio vulgaris (‘Sic autem ascendere et descendere debet discantus’) [F-Pn lat.16663, pp.129b–130b]: Coussemaker (1852/R), 250ff [with Fr. trans.]; CoussemakerS, i, 95–6; S. Cserba: Hieronymus de Moravia O.P. Tractatus de Musica, Freiburger Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, 2nd ser., ii (1935), 191–2; Eng. trans., J. Knapp, JMT, vi (1962), 200–15

Nicolaus de Senis: ‘Quando tenor ascendit et discantor est in octava’ [E-Sco 5–2–25, ff.65–65v]: H. Anglès: ‘Dos tractats medievals de música figurada’, Musikwissenschaftliche Beiträge: Festschrift für Johannes Wolf, ed. W. Lott, H. Osthoff and W. Wolffheim (Berlin, 1929/R), 10–12

‘Incipit Regula approbata que dicitur flos regularum …/Et est sciendum quod si cantus ascendit unam vocem’ [I-Nn XVI.A.15, ff.9vb–10a, 10–11v]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 256, 258

‘[S]ciendum est quod in plana musica vel mensurabili’ (Anonymous IIc) [F-SDI 42, ff.40a–43b]:CoussemakerS, i, 312ff

Quaedam de arte discantandi (‘Sciendum est quod in plana musica vel mensurabili’) [F-Pn lat.15129, ff.5b–6vb]: Coussemaker (1852/R), 283ff [with Fr. trans.]

Compendium discantus (‘Regula prima. Ad unisonum igitur existens in diapason supra’) [GB-Ob 842, ff.60–62, 76]: CoussemakerS, i, 154ff; Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 264; ed. G. Reaney, CSM, xxxvi (1996)

Libellus in gallico (‘Quiconques veut deschanter il doit premiers savoir’) [F-Pn lat.15139, ff.263, 269–70]: Coussemaker 1852/R), 245ff; E. Thurston: The Music in the St. Victor Manuscript, Paris lat.15139 Polyphony of the Thirteenth Century, Publications of the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies [Studies and Texts, v] (Toronto, 1959), 15, 21–2

‘[Q]uicumque bene et secure discantare voluerit’ (Anonymous III) [F-SDI 42, ff.56vb–58vb]:CoussemakerS, i, 324ff

‘Quicumque vult quintare [cantare] breviter et secure’ [E-Bbc 883, ff.64v–66; E-Sco 5–2–25, ff.81v–82v]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 261–3

‘Si cantus ascendit tonum discantus [cantus] existens in diapasson [dyapaxon]’ [E-Bbc 883, ff.21v–22; E-Sco 5–2–25, ff.79–80]: Sachs, AMw, xxviii (1971), 264–5



De arte discantandi (‘Quando due note sunt in uno sono et tercia ascendit’) [F-Pn lat.15139, ff.270–72]: Coussemaker (1852/R), 262ff [with Fr. trans.]; CoussemakerS, i, 292ff; Thurston (1959), 22ff

Tractatus de discantu (‘Qui veult savoir l’art de deschant, il doit savoir qu’ils sont XIII espèces de chant’) (Anonymous XIII) [F-Pn lat.1474, ff.]: CoussemakerS, iii, 496ff; RiemannG, 123ff [with Ger. trans.]; Riemann-Haggh (1962), 102ff [with Eng. trans.]
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