The Promise of the Digital Humanities For the Study of French Renaissance Culture: Les Livres Des Chansons Nouvelles De Nicolas Du Chemin, 1549-1568

Abstract : This collaborative project, a joint venture of the Centre d’Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance in Tours and Haverford College, brings diverse approaches to bear on a sixteenth0century repertory of sung poetry (published by the Parisian printer Nicolas Du Chemin between 1549 and 1568) that shows the changing literary tastes, musical fashions, and above all, the impact of the relatively new medium of printing on musical culture of the day.
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Philippe Vendrix. The Promise of the Digital Humanities For the Study of French Renaissance Culture: Les Livres Des Chansons Nouvelles De Nicolas Du Chemin, 1549-1568. Conférence, Columbia Maison Francaise and Columbia University, Department of Music and Medieval Renaissance Studies, Nov 2012, New York, United States. ⟨halshs-01258156⟩

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