Here is the link to the website of the Ina Lohr Project, which was carried out by a team of scholars at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Its goal was to explore the cultural forces (religious, aesthetic, political) that influenced our current Early Music aesthetic, as manifested in the work of Dutch composer and pedagogue Ina Lohr. Look to the site's sidebar in order to access the papers associated with the project, which cover topics ranging from the influence of the Singbewegung on the performance practice of 16th-century music, to Dutch music criticism in the early 20th century.
Pianist Olga Pashchenko and I are working on a project to create quodlibet scores to accompany silent films. I have put together music for 8 films from the 1920s. We made a few very short trailers to give an idea of the project: here Faust (1926), Pandora's Box (1929), and the beautiful and poetic Der Brennende Acker (1922).
The Amsterdam Historical Acting Collective is a non-hierarchical group of scholar-performers dedicated to reconstructing stage gesture and declamation. There are many images here which can be of use to actors reconstructing historical styles.