The Resource Secular polyphony, 1380-1480, edited by David Fallows

Secular polyphony, 1380-1480, edited by David Fallows

Label
Secular polyphony, 1380-1480
Title
Secular polyphony, 1380-1480
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Fallows
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • gmh
  • ita
  • eng
  • enm
  • lat
  • frm
  • gmh
  • ita
  • enm
  • lat
  • frm
  • enm
Member of
Accompanying matter
  • bibliography
  • libretto or text
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
Cataloging source
MBB
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
score
Language note
Middle English, Latin, Middle French, Middle High German, and Italian, also printed as texts with English translations in critical commentary
LC call number
M2
LC item number
.M638 v.97
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/notation
Staff notation
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberOfPerformers
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 6
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/performanceMedium
  • singer
  • singer
  • singer
  • singer
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Fallows, David
Series statement
Musica Britannica,
Series volume
97
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Part songs
  • Part songs
  • Part songs
  • England
Label
Secular polyphony, 1380-1480, edited by David Fallows
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Principally for 2-3 voices
  • "Published for the Musica Britannica Trust established by the Royal Musical Association"--Title page
  • Includes preface in English, French, and German; editorial and performance notes and critical commentary in English
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pange lingua
  • Plus pur l'enoyr
  • J'ay en vos
  • Me lykyth ever
  • Benedicamus Domino
  • Esperance
  • Le grant pleysir
  • Le grant pleysir : Reina version
  • Danger me hath
  • Gloria in excelcis Deo
  • <br> Works in the Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 5943. <br>
  • Pater noster most of myght
  • Ave Maria I say
  • Credo in Deum that ys -- <br> <br>
  • Works in Bodleian Library, Ms Douce 381.
  • I have set my hert
  • Lez eux overt
  • Ye have so longe kepe schepe
  • Mon cuer
  • My cares
  • With ryth al my herte
  • I rede that thu
  • Felix namque -- <br>
  • Works ascribed to Alanus. <br>
  • Fuiés de moi
  • Alain
  • S'en vous pour moy
  • Min frow
  • Min herze wil all zit
  • Alanus
  • Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 1393, and related works.
  • Love wolle I withoute eny variaunce
  • Thys yol
  • Resurexit victor mortis
  • ?Biquardus
  • Auxce bon youre
  • Je suy si povre
  • ?Du Fay
  • T'Andernaken
  • Tyling ;
  • (textless:
  • Trento no. 161)
  • TL ;
  • Edmundus
  • (ballade:
  • Trento no. 96) ; (carol:
  • Trento no. 91) ; (carol:
  • Trento nos. 93-4) ; (carol):
  • Wann ich betracht die Vasenacht
  • Quene note
  • Frank -- <br>
  • Wel were hym
  • Trewe on wam
  • Si quis amat
  • Si quis amat : Barlow version
  • My ladi
  • All thof I kan
  • O verre rote
  • Fre lusti fresch ;
  • (fragments in Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 2750)
  • My hert ys so -- <br> <br>
  • Works in Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 191. <br>
  • Now wolde y fayne
  • O kendly creature
  • Go hert hurt
  • Longer works before 1440. <br>
  • Thus I complayn
  • Alas departyng
  • Love wil I with variance -- <br> <br>
  • Galfridus de Anglia (active c. 1444). <br>
  • Io zemo
  • Che farò
  • Galfridus -- <br> <br>
  • John Dunstaple (d. 1453). <br>
  • Puis que m'amour
  • Dunstaple -- <br>
  • O potores
  • Je languis
  • ?Du Fay
  • Or me veult
  • ?Du Fay
  • Post angelicam allocutionem -- <br> <br>
  • English fragments. <br>
  • Mi verry joy
  • Bedyngham or Du Fay
  • Se belle
  • Bedyngham ; <br>
  • Ballade settings : <br>
  • Gentil madonna
  • Bedyngham ;
  • English version:
  • Fortune alas
  • Bedyngham
  • John Bedyngham (d. 1459/60). <br> Rondeau settings : <br>
  • Myn hertis lust
  • Bedyngham
  • So ys emprentid
  • Bedyngham or Frye
  • Duo on So ys emprentid ; <br>
  • Unclear form : <br>
  • O Rosa bella
  • Bedyngham ;
  • Latin version:
  • O quam suavis
  • Durer ne puis
  • Bedyngham
  • O Rosa bella : 6vv version
  • ?Bedyngham -- <br> <br>
  • Walter Frye (d. 1474/5). <br>
  • Tout a par moy
  • Frye or Binchois
  • Alas alas
  • Frye
  • Watlin Frew
  • Frye
  • Bedyngham or Dunstaple
  • Ave regina celorum
  • Frye -- <br> <br>
  • John Hothby (active 1467-87; copied 1474). <br>
  • Amor che hai visto
  • Hothby
  • Ave sublime
  • Hothby
  • Diva panthera
  • Hothby
  • Ora pro nobis
  • Le serviteur
  • Hothby
  • Tard' il mio cor
  • Hothby -- <br> <br>
  • The florid music in John Baldwin's commonplace book, British Library, R.M. 24.d.2. <br>
  • Exaudi me
  • Holde faste
  • Vide Domine
  • Bedyngham
  • Perce Domine
  • Manus Dei
  • Bedyngham
  • Bedyngham
  • Salva Jesu
  • Bedyngham
  • A duo -- <br>
  • Mon seul plaisir
  • Bedyngham or Du Fay ;
  • English version:
  • Robertus -- <br> <br>
  • Robert Morton (active 1457-75). <br>
  • Cousine
  • Morton
  • Il sera pour vous/L'omme armé
  • Morton
  • (Il sera pour vous)/L'omme armé : 4vv version
  • Morton ; Le souvenir
  • Morton
  • Mon bien
  • Works in Bodleian Library, MS Arch. Selden B.26. <br>
  • Morton
  • N'aray je jamais
  • Morton
  • Paracheve
  • Morton
  • Plus j'ay le monde
  • Morton
  • Que pourroit plus
  • Morton -- <br> <br>
  • Works related to the English repertory, 1450-80. <br>
  • Glad and blithe
  • Agwillare
  • Ben so che
  • Deus deorum
  • O beate Sebastiane
  • O intemerata
  • Patrem (Stuttgart)
  • Patrem (Stuttgart) reconstructed
  • Pryncesse of youthe
  • Salvator mundi
  • Tisis non
  • Tappster Dryngker
  • To iours
  • Virga Jesse floruit
  • Voy da plas
  • Xilobalsamus
  • ?Horwood ;
  • (ballade: Trento no. 1076) ; (ballade: Verona 757) ; (fragmentary ballade: Florence 107bis) ; (rondeau: Florence 176) -- <br>
  • Welcome be ye when ye goo -- <br> <br>
  • Robertus de Anglia (active 1454-74). <br>
  • El mal foco arda
  • Robertus
  • O fallaze e ria Fortuna
  • Colombina Discantus quodlibet
  • Colombina Tenor quodlibet
  • Dijon version
  • Hert's version
  • Trento no. 1075
  • Trento no. 1083
  • O infame desleauté
  • Appendix: early arrangements of O Rosa bella. <br>
  • Gimel
  • ?Bedyngham
  • Alius gimel
  • Ockeghem's duo
  • Ockeghem
  • Escorial duo
  • Escorial quodlibet
Dimensions
33 cm
Extent
1 score (xliii, 313 pages)
Isbn
9780852499382
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
  • 9790220223914
  • M220223914
  • 05802954
Other physical details
facsimiles
Publisher number
MB97
System control number
  • (OCoLC)897474969
  • (OCoLC)ocn897474969
Label
Secular polyphony, 1380-1480, edited by David Fallows
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Principally for 2-3 voices
  • "Published for the Musica Britannica Trust established by the Royal Musical Association"--Title page
  • Includes preface in English, French, and German; editorial and performance notes and critical commentary in English
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pange lingua
  • Plus pur l'enoyr
  • J'ay en vos
  • Me lykyth ever
  • Benedicamus Domino
  • Esperance
  • Le grant pleysir
  • Le grant pleysir : Reina version
  • Danger me hath
  • Gloria in excelcis Deo
  • <br> Works in the Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 5943. <br>
  • Pater noster most of myght
  • Ave Maria I say
  • Credo in Deum that ys -- <br> <br>
  • Works in Bodleian Library, Ms Douce 381.
  • I have set my hert
  • Lez eux overt
  • Ye have so longe kepe schepe
  • Mon cuer
  • My cares
  • With ryth al my herte
  • I rede that thu
  • Felix namque -- <br>
  • Works ascribed to Alanus. <br>
  • Fuiés de moi
  • Alain
  • S'en vous pour moy
  • Min frow
  • Min herze wil all zit
  • Alanus
  • Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 1393, and related works.
  • Love wolle I withoute eny variaunce
  • Thys yol
  • Resurexit victor mortis
  • ?Biquardus
  • Auxce bon youre
  • Je suy si povre
  • ?Du Fay
  • T'Andernaken
  • Tyling ;
  • (textless:
  • Trento no. 161)
  • TL ;
  • Edmundus
  • (ballade:
  • Trento no. 96) ; (carol:
  • Trento no. 91) ; (carol:
  • Trento nos. 93-4) ; (carol):
  • Wann ich betracht die Vasenacht
  • Quene note
  • Frank -- <br>
  • Wel were hym
  • Trewe on wam
  • Si quis amat
  • Si quis amat : Barlow version
  • My ladi
  • All thof I kan
  • O verre rote
  • Fre lusti fresch ;
  • (fragments in Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 2750)
  • My hert ys so -- <br> <br>
  • Works in Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 191. <br>
  • Now wolde y fayne
  • O kendly creature
  • Go hert hurt
  • Longer works before 1440. <br>
  • Thus I complayn
  • Alas departyng
  • Love wil I with variance -- <br> <br>
  • Galfridus de Anglia (active c. 1444). <br>
  • Io zemo
  • Che farò
  • Galfridus -- <br> <br>
  • John Dunstaple (d. 1453). <br>
  • Puis que m'amour
  • Dunstaple -- <br>
  • O potores
  • Je languis
  • ?Du Fay
  • Or me veult
  • ?Du Fay
  • Post angelicam allocutionem -- <br> <br>
  • English fragments. <br>
  • Mi verry joy
  • Bedyngham or Du Fay
  • Se belle
  • Bedyngham ; <br>
  • Ballade settings : <br>
  • Gentil madonna
  • Bedyngham ;
  • English version:
  • Fortune alas
  • Bedyngham
  • John Bedyngham (d. 1459/60). <br> Rondeau settings : <br>
  • Myn hertis lust
  • Bedyngham
  • So ys emprentid
  • Bedyngham or Frye
  • Duo on So ys emprentid ; <br>
  • Unclear form : <br>
  • O Rosa bella
  • Bedyngham ;
  • Latin version:
  • O quam suavis
  • Durer ne puis
  • Bedyngham
  • O Rosa bella : 6vv version
  • ?Bedyngham -- <br> <br>
  • Walter Frye (d. 1474/5). <br>
  • Tout a par moy
  • Frye or Binchois
  • Alas alas
  • Frye
  • Watlin Frew
  • Frye
  • Bedyngham or Dunstaple
  • Ave regina celorum
  • Frye -- <br> <br>
  • John Hothby (active 1467-87; copied 1474). <br>
  • Amor che hai visto
  • Hothby
  • Ave sublime
  • Hothby
  • Diva panthera
  • Hothby
  • Ora pro nobis
  • Le serviteur
  • Hothby
  • Tard' il mio cor
  • Hothby -- <br> <br>
  • The florid music in John Baldwin's commonplace book, British Library, R.M. 24.d.2. <br>
  • Exaudi me
  • Holde faste
  • Vide Domine
  • Bedyngham
  • Perce Domine
  • Manus Dei
  • Bedyngham
  • Bedyngham
  • Salva Jesu
  • Bedyngham
  • A duo -- <br>
  • Mon seul plaisir
  • Bedyngham or Du Fay ;
  • English version:
  • Robertus -- <br> <br>
  • Robert Morton (active 1457-75). <br>
  • Cousine
  • Morton
  • Il sera pour vous/L'omme armé
  • Morton
  • (Il sera pour vous)/L'omme armé : 4vv version
  • Morton ; Le souvenir
  • Morton
  • Mon bien
  • Works in Bodleian Library, MS Arch. Selden B.26. <br>
  • Morton
  • N'aray je jamais
  • Morton
  • Paracheve
  • Morton
  • Plus j'ay le monde
  • Morton
  • Que pourroit plus
  • Morton -- <br> <br>
  • Works related to the English repertory, 1450-80. <br>
  • Glad and blithe
  • Agwillare
  • Ben so che
  • Deus deorum
  • O beate Sebastiane
  • O intemerata
  • Patrem (Stuttgart)
  • Patrem (Stuttgart) reconstructed
  • Pryncesse of youthe
  • Salvator mundi
  • Tisis non
  • Tappster Dryngker
  • To iours
  • Virga Jesse floruit
  • Voy da plas
  • Xilobalsamus
  • ?Horwood ;
  • (ballade: Trento no. 1076) ; (ballade: Verona 757) ; (fragmentary ballade: Florence 107bis) ; (rondeau: Florence 176) -- <br>
  • Welcome be ye when ye goo -- <br> <br>
  • Robertus de Anglia (active 1454-74). <br>
  • El mal foco arda
  • Robertus
  • O fallaze e ria Fortuna
  • Colombina Discantus quodlibet
  • Colombina Tenor quodlibet
  • Dijon version
  • Hert's version
  • Trento no. 1075
  • Trento no. 1083
  • O infame desleauté
  • Appendix: early arrangements of O Rosa bella. <br>
  • Gimel
  • ?Bedyngham
  • Alius gimel
  • Ockeghem's duo
  • Ockeghem
  • Escorial duo
  • Escorial quodlibet
Dimensions
33 cm
Extent
1 score (xliii, 313 pages)
Isbn
9780852499382
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
  • 9790220223914
  • M220223914
  • 05802954
Other physical details
facsimiles
Publisher number
MB97
System control number
  • (OCoLC)897474969
  • (OCoLC)ocn897474969

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