The Resource French secular music of the late fourteenth century, edited by Willi Apel ; edition of the literary texts by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul Hindemith

French secular music of the late fourteenth century, edited by Willi Apel ; edition of the literary texts by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul Hindemith

Label
French secular music of the late fourteenth century
Title
French secular music of the late fourteenth century
Statement of responsibility
edited by Willi Apel ; edition of the literary texts by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul Hindemith
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • frm
  • frm
Summary
  • The present publication is intended to fill, in some measure, the most serious gap in our knowledge of the history of polyphonic music, that is, the development of French music between Machaut and Dufay. - Preface
  • The present publication is devoted to the first of these two schools, formed by the immediate successors of Machaut. The total repertory contained in the sources of this period consists of liturgical pieces (mass items, etc.), motets, and secular compositions, with the last category far outnumbering the two others. For instance, the above-mentioned three main sources contain approximately a dozen sacred compositions, about 15 motets, and over 200 secular pieces, mostly with French, but occasionally with Italian and Latin texts. In the following study only the French secular compositions, exclusive of those by Machaut, are considered. More than half of these are attributed to composers. The number of these composers is surprisingly great, and a complete list would include more than forty names. Practically all the compositions of our repertory belong to one of the three traditional formes fixes of French medieval poetry and music, that is, the ballade, the virelai, and the rondeau. The repertory of our sources can be divided into three stylistic groups, A, B, C, which can reasonably be assumed to represent three phases of a continuous development. These phases, for which the names "Machaut Style," "Manneristic Style," and "Modern Style" will be used, may be said to extend approximately from 1350 to 1370, from 1370 to 1390, and from 1390 to 1400, naturally more or less overlapping. - Introduction
Related
Member of
Accompanying matter
  • bibliography
  • biography of composer or author
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
Action
mass deacidified
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
782.4
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
full score
Language note
Middle French words
LC call number
M2.A535
LC item number
F7
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/performanceMedium
singers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1893-1988
  • 1900-1972
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • approximately 1335-1411
  • active 1350-1375
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 1378-1395
  • active 14th century-15th century
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • -approximately 1418
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 1370-1390
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
  • active 14th century
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Apel, Willi
  • Holmes, Urban T.
  • Linker, Robert White
  • Andrieu, F.
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Anthonello
  • Borlet
  • Borlet
  • Ciconia, Johannes
  • Egidius
  • Garinus
  • Grimace
  • Jacob
  • Jacob
  • Jacob
  • Jacob
  • Jacob
  • Jacob
  • Johannes
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Matteo
  • Philipoctus
  • Philipoctus
  • Philipoctus
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Solage
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Trebor
  • Vaillant, Jehan
  • Vaillant, Jehan
Series statement
Mediaeval Academy of America. Publication
Series volume
no. 55
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ballades (Polyphonic chansons)
  • Canons, fugues, etc. (Voices)
  • Motets
  • Rondeaux (Polyphonic chansons)
  • Virelais (Polyphonic chansons)
  • Part songs, French
  • Part songs, French
  • Vocal music
Label
French secular music of the late fourteenth century, edited by Willi Apel ; edition of the literary texts by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul Hindemith
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "81 compositions ... [including] the complete output of the five most prolific composers ... Matheus de Perusio ... Anthonellus de Caserta ... Solage, Trebor and Senleches"--Introduction
  • Introduction and critical notes 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
Martucius qui fut ; Amour me fait ; Ne celle amour ; Ung lion say ; Mais qu'il vous legne ; Contre le temps ; Tres douche ; Or sus vous dormez trop ; Onques ne fut ; Restoés restoés ; En tes doulz flans ; S'espoir n'estoit ; Combiens qu'il soyt ; Hors suy je bien ; La grant beauté ; Tré doulz regard / Anonymous -- Four ballades. Le greygnour bien; Le grant desir ; Se je me plaing ; Pres du soloil ; Seven virelais. Dame que j'aym ; Puisque je sui ; Helas avril ; Dame souvrayne ; Heylas que feray ; Ne me chaut ; Belle sans per ; Ten rondeaux and one canon. Pour bel acueil ; Trover ne puis ; Dame de honour plesant ; Se pour loyaulment server ; Jusques a tant ; A qui fortune ; Pour Dieu vous pri ; Plus liés des liés ; Helas merci ; Par vous m'estuet ; Andray soulet / Matheus de Perusio -- Five ballades. Beauté parfaite ; Dame d'onour en qui ; Du val prilleus ; Amour m'a le cuer mis ; Notes pour mi ; One virelai and two rondeaux. Tres nouble dame ; Dame gentil ; Dame d'onour c'on ne puet / Anthonello de Caserta -- Seven ballades. En l'amoureux vergier ; Corps femenin ; Calextone qui fut ; S'aincy estoit ; Le basile ; Helas je voy ; Pluseurs gens voy ; Two virelais and one rondeau. Tres gentil cuer ; Joieux de cuer ; Fumeux fume / Solage -- Six ballades. Passerose de beauté ; Helas pitié ; Quant joyne cuer ; En seumeillant ; Se Alixandre et Hector ; Se July Cesar / Trebor -- Three ballades. Fuions de ci ; Je me merveil ; En attendant esperance ; Two virelais. En ce gracieux tamps ; Tel me voit / Jacob de Senleches -- De Narcissus / Magister Franciscus [that is, F. Andrieu] -- En attendant soufrir / Jo. Galiot [that is, Philipoctus, de Caserta] -- Courtois et sages / Magister Egidius -- Une dame requis / Fr. Johannes Janua -- En remirant ; De ma dolour / Philopoctus de Caserta -- Sus un fontayne / Johannes Ciconia -- He, tres doulz roussignol ; Ma trédol rosignol / Borlet -- Par maintes foys / Vaillant -- Alarme alarme / Grimace -- Tres doulz amis / Jo. Vayllant -- Loyauté me tient / Garinus
Control code
ocm01049538
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 score (xii, 39, 133 pages), 8 pages of plates
Isbn
9780910956291
Lccn
50007812
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)01049538
Label
French secular music of the late fourteenth century, edited by Willi Apel ; edition of the literary texts by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul Hindemith
Publication
Note
  • "81 compositions ... [including] the complete output of the five most prolific composers ... Matheus de Perusio ... Anthonellus de Caserta ... Solage, Trebor and Senleches"--Introduction
  • Introduction and critical notes 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
Martucius qui fut ; Amour me fait ; Ne celle amour ; Ung lion say ; Mais qu'il vous legne ; Contre le temps ; Tres douche ; Or sus vous dormez trop ; Onques ne fut ; Restoés restoés ; En tes doulz flans ; S'espoir n'estoit ; Combiens qu'il soyt ; Hors suy je bien ; La grant beauté ; Tré doulz regard / Anonymous -- Four ballades. Le greygnour bien; Le grant desir ; Se je me plaing ; Pres du soloil ; Seven virelais. Dame que j'aym ; Puisque je sui ; Helas avril ; Dame souvrayne ; Heylas que feray ; Ne me chaut ; Belle sans per ; Ten rondeaux and one canon. Pour bel acueil ; Trover ne puis ; Dame de honour plesant ; Se pour loyaulment server ; Jusques a tant ; A qui fortune ; Pour Dieu vous pri ; Plus liés des liés ; Helas merci ; Par vous m'estuet ; Andray soulet / Matheus de Perusio -- Five ballades. Beauté parfaite ; Dame d'onour en qui ; Du val prilleus ; Amour m'a le cuer mis ; Notes pour mi ; One virelai and two rondeaux. Tres nouble dame ; Dame gentil ; Dame d'onour c'on ne puet / Anthonello de Caserta -- Seven ballades. En l'amoureux vergier ; Corps femenin ; Calextone qui fut ; S'aincy estoit ; Le basile ; Helas je voy ; Pluseurs gens voy ; Two virelais and one rondeau. Tres gentil cuer ; Joieux de cuer ; Fumeux fume / Solage -- Six ballades. Passerose de beauté ; Helas pitié ; Quant joyne cuer ; En seumeillant ; Se Alixandre et Hector ; Se July Cesar / Trebor -- Three ballades. Fuions de ci ; Je me merveil ; En attendant esperance ; Two virelais. En ce gracieux tamps ; Tel me voit / Jacob de Senleches -- De Narcissus / Magister Franciscus [that is, F. Andrieu] -- En attendant soufrir / Jo. Galiot [that is, Philipoctus, de Caserta] -- Courtois et sages / Magister Egidius -- Une dame requis / Fr. Johannes Janua -- En remirant ; De ma dolour / Philopoctus de Caserta -- Sus un fontayne / Johannes Ciconia -- He, tres doulz roussignol ; Ma trédol rosignol / Borlet -- Par maintes foys / Vaillant -- Alarme alarme / Grimace -- Tres doulz amis / Jo. Vayllant -- Loyauté me tient / Garinus
Control code
ocm01049538
Dimensions
33 cm.
Extent
1 score (xii, 39, 133 pages), 8 pages of plates
Isbn
9780910956291
Lccn
50007812
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)01049538

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