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Manuscripts of polyphonic music, 11th-early 14th century

Gilbert Reaney

Manuscripts of polyphonic music, 11th-early 14th century

by Gilbert Reaney

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Published by G. Henle Verlag in München-Duisburg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- 500-1400 -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.,
  • Manuscripts, Medieval -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Gilbert Reaney.
    SeriesInternational inventory of musical sources. B =, Répertoire international des sources musicales. B ;, IV, 1, International inventory of musical sources., IV, 1.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML113 .I6 vol. BIV, 1, ML114 .I6 vol. BIV, 1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination876 p. :
    Number of Pages876
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5565756M
    LC Control Number67070820

    RISM -- Repertoire Internationale des Sources Musicales, Section B. (G. Reaney, Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music, 11th-early 14th century, ()) RMARC -- Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle. British Library Catalogues Further information of the contents of manuscripts . This is a fun and quite serviceable collection of mass movements from the Ivrea and Apt manuscripts, which document the polyphonic liturgical music composed for the court of the Avignon popes during the 14th century/5(2).

    He is attributed to Ars Nova and created polyphonic/monophonic music and manuscripts. examples of music What is the "Roman de Fauvel?" During the 14th century, this satirical allegory by Gervais de Bus provides a commentary on the dangers of corrupt and incompetent government ministers. Series B/IV/1: Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music: 11th‑Early 14th Century. Series B/IV/2: Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music: (c‑). Series B/IV/3‑4: Handschriften mit mehrstimmiger Musik des , , und Jahrhunderts. [manuscripts with polyphonic music from the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries] Series B/IV/5: Manuscripts de musique.

    Gilbert Reaney, Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music: 11th-Early 14th Century, RISM B IV 1 (Munich: Henle ). Hans Tischler, The Style and Evolution of the Earliest Motets (to circa ), 3 vols. in 4, Wissenschaftliche. - Explore dyerw's board "11th century manuscripts" on Pinterest. See more ideas about 11th century, Illuminated manuscript and Medieval pins.


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Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music (RISM) First Publication Genre Categories: Books Vol 11th-Early 14th Centuries * # - MB, Composer: RISM. Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reaney, Gilbert.

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Get this from a library. Manuscripts of polyphonic music / 1 11th - early 14th century. [Gilbert Reaney; International Inventory of Musical Sources.;]. POLYPHONIC MUSIC OF THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY Volume XVI English Music for Mass and Offices (I) by FISCHER Von Kurt, HARRISON Frank Ll., SANDERS Ernest H., LEFFERTS Peter M.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at D. Hughes, 'Liturgical Polyphony at Beauvais in the Thirteen Century', Speculum 34 (), Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music, 11th - Early 14th Century, ed.

by Gilbert Reaney, Répertoire international des sources musicales, BIV 1 (Munich: G. Henle, ), pp. ), pp. xxxiii-xxxvii, and G. Reaney, Manuscripts of Polyphonic Music (11th-Early 14th Century), Repertoire International des Sources Musicales, BIV1 (Munich and Duisberg, ), pp.

4 Such a position is familiar from work on the Machaut manuscripts. See S. Williams. 14th-century Hebrew manuscript of a Sephardic-rite prayer book for the Jewish High Holidays. Sefardi Collection of Piyyutim for Fast Days and Special Sabbaths from the Year 15th-century Hebrew manuscript containing liturgical poetry of the Sephardic : John Miles.

See ‘Visualization and the Composition of Polyphonic Music’, Medieval Music Manuscripts of polyphonic music the Art of Memory (Berkeley and Los Angeles, ), – 35 I adapt this term from Crocker, Richard L., ‘ French Polyphony of the Thirteenth Century ’, in The Early Middle Ages toed.

Crocker, Richard L. and Hiley, David, The New Oxford Cited by: 4. 4th International Course on Medieval Music Performance (th century) takes place in Besalú in July.

The International Course on Medieval Music Performance offers singers and instrumentalists the possibility to study monophonic and polyphonic repertoires composed from the 12th to the 14th. Manuscripts of polyphonic music 11th -early 14th century, (RISM B IV) 4.

Finally, a physical description of the contents of each folder is provided; included are the number of photocopies, Bukofzer's notes, transcriptions, etc.

John A. Emerson July, Additions: March 4, 1. Besseler, "Studien". The manuscript Montpellier, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire, Section Médecine, H (hereafter called Mo) has long claimed a place as one of the musical monuments of the thirteenth century. It is one of the most comprehensive sources of the early motet and is by far the largest anthology of French three-voice by: 5.

A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum, 4 vols (London: Eyre and Strahan, ), I (), no. The Latin Poems commonly attributed to Walter Mapes, ed. by Thomas Wright (London: Camden Society, ), p.

15th century (Ritual); polyphony added in 16th century (HugC) chant book with added polyphony Mixed Paper and Parchment GB-Ob MS. Lat. liturg. 42 (Missale Bugellense) 14th century chant book with added polyphony. (school) it produced the earliest repertory of polyphonic (multipart) music to gain international prestige and circulation.

Its four major forms are organum (q.v.), a setting (for two to four voice parts) of a chant melody in which the chant is sung in sustained notes beneath the florid counterpart of.

Miscellany of five separate manuscripts, all of English origin and bound together c. comprising: in Latin and Middle English, (fols. ) 'The Selden Carol Book', polyphonic music including (fol.

17v) The Agincourt Song, 2nd quarter of the 15th cent.; in Latin, (fol. 34) one leaf of Gregory's Pastoral Care, 8th cent., and two 15th-cent. 6 Ch.

Brewer: A 14th-Century Polyphonic Manuscript mann's inventory listed ten compositions, of which only one was preserved complete. Among the other compositions was one work which should have assured the importance of this source: sections of the two upper voices for Philippe de Vitry's motet Colla iugo subdere / Bona condit cetera.

First forms of polyphonic music are developed known as Ars Antiqua or Ancient art. Ars nova (14th century) [ edit ] New techniques of rhythm and melody brought more feeling to the music, paving the way for the first important polyphonic music schools.

In music, polyphony is a type of musical texture consisting of two or more simultaneous lines of independent melody, as opposed to a musical texture with just one voice, monophony, or a texture with one dominant melodic voice accompanied by chords, which is called homophony. Within the context of the Western musical tradition, the term polyphony is usually used to refer to music of the late.

Music Bibliographies. RISM; RISM: Répertoire International des Sources Musicals Manuscripts of polyphonic music, 11th-early 14th century ; Manuscripts of polyphonic music, 11th-early 14th century. Includes incipits. RISM Series B IV, Handschriften mit mehrstimmiger Musik desund : Paul Cauthen. Since the 14th century is not usually considered by music historians to be part of the musical Renaissance, but part of the Middle Ages, composers active during that time can be found in the List of Medieval composers.

Composers on this list had some period of .Score of Baude Cordier's chanson "Belle, bonne, sage," from the Chantilly Codex (Chantilly, Musée Condé MS ca. The manuscript of medieval music contains polyphonic compositions from different composers in the style known as the Ars subtilior.

Score of Baude Cordier’s chanson “Belle, bonne, sage” from XIV century The Chantilly Codex pins.Music Manuscripts: Series 4: Part 1: British Library, London: Section A: Polyphonic Music before c Author Index 3 Anonymous.

Angelus ad Virginem subintrans in conclave (2-part sequence). Early 14th century Manuscript Number: Cotton Appen ffb; Hughes-Hughes vol.i, In a Sequentiale from the church of Addle, Yorkshire.