"There isn't much of a bibliography (yet); I'm working on a bigger project on music in Southern-German monasteries in the early modern era, but I haven't published anything yet on Tegernsee specifically.
Acollection of articles…"
"The host volume was bought by the Benedictine Monastery Tegernsee in the 1480s, according to a note on the inside front cover. Tegernsee did have a rich polyphonic tradition, at least in the 16th century but the provenance of the musical fragment…"
apologies, there are 15 snippets of paper, but as far as I can see only one - the one Dominique highlighted - is musical.There is no musical notation on the flip side, only a blank musical staff, and somebody has scribbled text across it…"
"Thank you, Dominique, for sharing the find, and thank you, Peter Urquart, for the identification. This is very exciting for me, as the book was in the possession of the Benedictines of St Zeno of Reichenhall at some point, and also shows an entry…"