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by Isabel and Masakata Kanazaura Pope

The Musical Manuscript Montecassino 871: A Neapolitan Repertory of Sacred and Secular music of the Late Fifteenth Century download ebook
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The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period

The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period. Known as MS871, it contains an international repertoire of sacred and secular music performed at the Argonese Court of Naples in the second half of the fifteenth century. The liturgical music includes hymns, psalms, Magnifican The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period.

The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period

The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period. The liturgical music includes hymns, psalms, Magnificants, and Lamentations by French, Italian, and Spanish composers. The secular compositions comprise French chansons, Italian ballate strambotti, and Spanish canciones. Many of the compositions are unique to this manuscript.

Much of the earliest polyphonic secular vocal music of the Trecento to. .Music of the Trecento retained some characteristics of the preceding age and began to foreshadow the Renaissance in others.

Much of the earliest polyphonic secular vocal music of the Trecento to survive is found in the Rossi Codex and includes music by the first generation of composers to craft a uniquely Italian style. Though many works of this generation are anonymous, many works are attributed to one Maestro Piero and Giovanni da Cascia. The late Trecento also saw the rising importance of sacred music, particularly polyphonic Mass movements and Latin motets (both sacred and dedicatory).

Volume 33, Issue 4. Winter 1980, pp. 774-776. Isabel Pope and Masakata Kanazawa, eds. The Musical Manuscript Montecassino 871: A Neapolitan Repertory of Sacred and Secular Music of the Late Fifteenth Century. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978.

Manuscripts fast (OCoLC)fst01424060. Personal Name: Pope, Isabel. and Masakata Kanazawa.

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The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period. Known as MS871, it contains an international. Known as MS871, it contains an internationa. More). Harmonice Musices Odhecaton A. Ottaviano Petrucci, Jr.

She noted that the nature of the repertory was the main reason for dating the manuscript before ca. 1470 (or perhaps a few years later), in particular the fact that it contains no music by Antoine Busnoys, whose works began appearing elsewhere in Italy during the 1470s. of both versions); Isabel Pope and Masakata Kanazawa, ed. The Musical Manuscript Montecassino 871: A Neapolitan Repertory of Sacred and Secular Music of the Late Fifteenth Century (Oxford: Oxford Univ.

The late fifteenth-century musical manuscript preserved at the abbey of Montecassino is one of the most important musical manuscripts of the period. Known as MS871, it contains an international repertoire of sacred and secular music performed at the Argonese Court of Naples in the second half of the fifteenth century. The liturgical music includes hymns, psalms, Magnificants, and Lamentations by French, Italian, and Spanish composers. The secular compositions comprise French chansons, Italian ballate strambotti, and Spanish canciones. Many of the compositions are unique to this manuscript. This edition comprises a study of the origins and physical state of the manuscript; a musical and literary description of the 141 surviing compositions; musical transcriptions designed to provide a practical, performing edition as well as a scholarly rendering of the original text; a critical commentary on each piece with details of the musical and literary cocordances; and a bibliography.