Cantus Index is a catalogue of chant texts and melodies for Office and Mass. Multiple online medieval music databases have been connected together through unique "Cantus ID numbers". Chant texts and melodies can be searched on this Cantus Index website, and matches in any of the partner databases will be returned. This is your first stop for online chant searches!
Online projects integrated in the Cantus Index Network:
- 2012: Cantus Manuscript Database (Debra Lacoste, University of Waterloo, Canada)
- 2012: Portuguese Early Music Database (Manuel Pedro Ferreira, Lisboa, Portugal)
- 2013: Slovakian Early Music Database (Eva Veselovská, Bratislava, Slovakia)
- 2012: Hungarian Early Music Database (Gábor Kiss, Budapest, Hungary)
- 2013: Fontes Cantus Bohemiae (Jan Koláček, David Eben, Praha, Czech republic)
- 2013: Cantus Planus in Polonia (Bartosz Izbicki, Warszawa, Poland)
- 2014: Cantus Ultimus (Ichiro Fujinaga, McGill University, Montréal, Canada)
- 2014: Comparatio (Claire Maître, CNRS, Paris, France)
- 2015: Musica Hispanica (Carmen Julia Guttiérez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
- 2016: Gregorien.info (Inga Behrendt, Germany)
- 2016: Antiphonale Synopticum - (Harald Buchinger, Universität Regensburg)
Access to the database is free, in accordance with the aims of the International Musicological Society’s Study Group Cantus Planus, which include the exchange of data in electronic form.