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Title MS / Print Date Composers
D-LEm I 2̊ 27 [RISM BVI/II:748] Print 16/4 (1577) Salinas, Francisco de, Anchieta, Juan de
D-LEm II. 4. 122 [RISM 1558/4] Print 16/3 (1558) Barbion, Eustachius, Baston, Josquin, Brandt [Brant, Prant, Prantner], Jobst [Jodocus, Jost] vom [zum], Certon, Pierre , Chastelain [Chastellain, Chasteleyn, Castelain, Scastelain, Schastelain], Charles [Jean], Clemens non Papa, Jacobus, Cleve, Johannes de, Crecquillon [Crequillon, Cricquillon, Crequillonis, Carchillion, Krequilon], Thomas, Févin, Antoine de, Gombert, Nicolas, Hollander [Holland, Hollande, Hollandere, Hollandre, Hollandus], Christian [?Jean de Hollande], Isaac, Heinrich, Jacquet [Giachetto, Iachettus, Iaquet, Jaquet] of Mantua [Colebault, Jacques], Josquin Desprez, La Fage, Jean de, Manchicourt, Pierre de, Maessens [Maessins], Pieter [Massenus, Moderatus, Petrus], Morales, Cristóbal de, Mouton, Jean, Paminger [Päminger, Panninger], Leonhard, Phinot [Finot, Finotto], Dominique [Dominico], Piéton, Loyset [Aloysis, Louys, Loys], Pionnier [Pyonnier, Pionerio], Joannes, Senfl [Sennfl, Sennfli, Senfelius, Senphlius], Ludwig, Vaet, Jacobus, Wisme, Nicholas de
D-LEm II. 4. 88 [RISM 1553/4] Print 16/3 (1553) Anon., Buchner [Brätel], Huldrich, Clemens non Papa, Jacobus, Colin, Pierre, Crecquillon [Crequillon, Cricquillon, Crequillonis, Carchillion, Krequilon], Thomas, De Silva, Andreas, Gombert, Nicolas, Heydenhamer [Heidenheimer, Heydenhaymer], Leonhardt, Josquin Desprez, Paminger [Päminger, Panninger], Leonhard, Richafort, Jean, Sermisy, Claudin de, Stoltzer [Stolczer, Scholczer], Thomas, Vinders [Vender, Venders], Jheronimus, Wüst [Wiest, Wiestius; Obscoenus], Paul [Paulus]
D-LEm II. 4. 88 [RISM 1553/5] Print 16/3 (1553) Buchner [Brätel], Huldrich, Canis [de Hondt, d’Hondt], Cornelius, Certon, Pierre , Conseil [Du Conseil], Jean [Consilium, Johannes; Consilio, Gian de], Ducis [Duch, Dux, Herzog], Benedictus, Gombert, Nicolas, Guyon [Guion], Jean, Heugel, Johannes, Jacquet [Giachetto, Iachettus, Iaquet, Jaquet] of Mantua [Colebault, Jacques], Josquin Desprez, Le Jeune, Claude, Manchicourt, Pierre de, Morales, Cristóbal de, Morel, Clement [Clemens], Nordwig, Wilhelm, Paminger [Päminger, Panninger], Leonhard, Senfl [Sennfl, Sennfli, Senfelius, Senphlius], Ludwig, Waelrant [Waelrand], Hubert [Huberto] [Waelrandus, Hubertus], Willaert, Adrian
D-LEm II. 4. 88 [RISM 1553/6] Print 16/3 (1553) Anon., Bauldeweyn [Balbun, Balduin, Bauldewijn, Baulduin, Baulduvin, Valdovin], Noel [Noe, Natalis], Brumel, Antoine, Clemens non Papa, Jacobus, Eckel, Matthias, Genet, Elzéar (known as Carpentras), Gombert, Nicolas, Gosse [Goesen, Goessen, Gosa, Gose, Gossen], Maistre, Heugel, Johannes, Jacotin, Josquin Desprez, La Rue, Pierre de, Layolle, Francesco de [Francesco dell'Aiolle, dell'Aiolli, dell'Ajolle, dell'Aiuola], Lupi, Johannes (Leleu, Jehan; Leleu, Jennot), Hellinck, Lupus, Morales, Cristóbal de, Mouton, Jean, Narváez, Luys de, Payen, Nicolas [Colin], Phinot [Finot, Finotto], Dominique [Dominico], Predhome, C., Rore, Cipriano de, Sermisy, Claudin de, Siben, D. Benignus, Stoltzer [Stolczer, Scholczer], Thomas
D-LEm II.3.6 [RISM 1560/2] Print 16/3 (1560) Baston, Josquin, Canis [de Hondt, d’Hondt], Cornelius, Certon, Pierre , Clemens non Papa, Jacobus, Crecquillon [Crequillon, Cricquillon, Crequillonis, Carchillion, Krequilon], Thomas, Havericq [Haverick, Hauricq, Hauricqz, Haurkus], Damien [Damianus], Ducis [Duch, Dux, Herzog], Benedictus, Gombert, Nicolas, Jacotin, Janequin, Clément, Morales, Cristóbal de, Paminger [Päminger, Panninger], Leonhard, Phinot [Finot, Finotto], Dominique [Dominico], Revez, N., Sermisy, Claudin de, Verdelot [Deslouges], Philippe
D-LEm PM 1303 [RISM 1514/1] Print 16/1 (1514) Anon., Brumel, Antoine, De Silva, Andreas, Divitis, Antonius, Févin, Antoine de, Genet, Elzéar (known as Carpentras), Josquin Desprez, Longueval [Longaval, Longheval], Antoine de, Mouton, Jean, Penet, Hilaire [Hylaire], Thérache, Pierrequin

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Emilio Ros-Fábregas, "Leipziger Stadbibliothek, Musikbibliothek, Leipzig, Deutschland/Germany/Alemania", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 26 Nov 2020), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/taxonomy/term/7512