Antoine Busnois (vernacular works)
Josquin Des Prez (new edition)
What are collected editions?
For many composers, their complete works have been published in a single scholarly edition (called a collected edition).
In these editions, the variant readings in the primary sources are shown, either in the main volumes or in separate supplementary volumes.
Some of these editions are still in progress, so you may find that a specific work has not yet been published in the composer’s collected edition.
How do I find out if a collected edition has been published for my composer?
Look up the composer's worklist in Oxford Music Online (available on our Databases page). The composer's collected edition(s) will be cited at the top of the worklist.
Foreign terms you may see that mean "collected edition": Werke, Samtliche Werke, Gesamtausgabe, Opere, Oeuvres.
How do I find out if ZSR Library owns a collected edition for my composer?
See the tabs above for a list of the collected editions we own. The list provides a link to the Library’s catalog record. There, you can find out:
How do I find a specific work in a composer’s collected edition?
You can do this several ways:
Check the composer's worklist in Oxford Music Online (available on our Databases page). For each work, the volume number in the collected edition is given.
Online versions will have their own hyperlinked table of contents.
Or, consult the following separately-published indexes, shelved in the Reference room:
Websites that contain composers' collected editions