About the r/earlymusicalnotation community
r/earlymusicalnotation is a Subreddit for Musicians with roughly 2K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
A forum for those who love early music. A place to find works in their original notation and open discussion of Neumes, Masses, Ficta, Motets, Clausulae, Formes Fixes, Discant, Medieval & Renaissance polyphony, Modes, Hymns, Ars Nova, Magnus Libre Organi, and whatever else comes to the table. Research papers and bios of your favorite early composers and their works are welcome as long as cited works are listed.
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