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Citations: The Renaissance Imitation Mass Project

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The tools, routines, and workflows produced in the course of CRIM are freely available for others to use and adapt via GitHub, an open access digital domain for code sharing (see Code page for URLs).

The scanned facsimiles of original sources used in the preparation of our work remain the intellectual property of the médiathèque of the CESR and of various European libraries where the original images were produced. Their use in on-line resources is governed by those organizations (although we are free to transcribe the contents of those prints without restriction).

Scholars and editors who contribute to the project agree to the following provisions:

  • Your editions, analyses and commentaries will remain your intellectual property, and you will be fully credited for your participation in the project.
  • You nevertheless grant us permission to publish this work on the CRIM web site under a Creative Commons license as described there (derivative works allowed; no commercial use allowed), for electronic scores, sound recordings, and performances.

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