Launch of Early Modern Songscapes Beta Site: Encoding and Publishing strategies

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A post by Raffaele Viglianti on the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities blog:

Early Modern Songscapes is a project exploring the circulation and performance of English Renaissance poetry. The recently released beta version of the project’s site includes a digital exploration of Henry Lawes’s 1653 songbook Ayres and Dialogues. The project is a collaboration between the University of Toronto (UoT), the University of Maryland (UMD), and the University of South Carolina (USC).