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Motets of Ciconia, Dunstable and Dufay.

Samuel Emmons Brown

Motets of Ciconia, Dunstable and Dufay.

by Samuel Emmons Brown

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Published by University of Indiana in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ciconia, Johannes.,
  • Dunstable, John.,
  • Dufay, Guillaume, -- ca. 1400-1474.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Indiana.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21196689M

    Johannes Ciconia was one of the most important Franco-Flemish composers of the pre-Renaissance era. His output encompassed both the secular and sacred realms and included, in the former, madrigals, ballata, virelai, and a Latin canon; and in the latter, mass movements (only Glorias and Credos, however), motets, and Latin songs.   John Dunstable Motet Quam Pulchra Es Partitura Interpretación Guillaume Dufay - Ballade "Se la face ay pale" (ca Book II, No.6), BWV - Duration: András Schiff - .

      La presente antología, complemento de LA MÚSICA DEL RENACIMIENTO de la Historia Akal de la Música, recoge en sus páginas una completa selección de los principales géneros de período comprendido entre los años y , representados por algunas de sus composiciones más célebres, como el Nuper rosarum flores de Dufay. De la misa al madrigal pasando por el motete o la . John Dunstable Complete Works, 2nd ed. prepared by Margaret Bent, Ian Bent and Brian Trowell, Musica Britannica VIII (London, ), p. mm. and p. 29, mm.

      It was not until the commencement of the following century, especially between the years and , that a number of distinguished composers—e.g. Dunstable Power, Dufay, Brasart, and Binchois —produced polyphonic motets that are still worthy of attention. Dunstable wrote 12 motets, 10 of which are panisorhythmic; Dufay uses panisorhythm up to 's. Importance: Panisorhythm was a logical evolution from isorhythm. Its musical importance lies in the fact that it reached a degree of complexity and perfection which could not be heightened or improved.


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Get this from a library. The motets of Ciconia, Dunstable, and Dufay. [Samuel Emmons Brown]. The motets of Ciconia, Dunstable, and Dufay by Samuel Motets of Ciconia Brown () A stylistic study of the works of John Dunstable by Raymond Earl (Book) Über heimat und ursprung der mehrstimmigen tonkunst.

Ein beitrag zur musik- und allgemeinen kulturgeschichte des. These isorhythmic motets by the English composer John Dunstable, who lived from approx.

to and about whose biography very little is known, very definitely have their roots in the mediaeval period, despite certain developments towards modernity which made this composer famous throughout Europe (he is generally cited as having Motets of Ciconia /5(9).

Composed By – Guillaume Dufay: A3: Ave Virgo Quae De Caelis Composed By – Guillaume Dufay: A4: Vasilissa, Ergo Gaude Composed By – Guillaume Dufay: A5: Alma Redemptoris Mater Composed By – Guillaume Dufay: B1: Veni Sancte Spiritus Composed By – John Dunstable: B2: Salve Regina Misericordie Composed By /5(4).

Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology. Samuel Emmons Brown Jr. The Motets of Ciconia, Dunstable, and Dufay DDM index no. Ph.D. in Musicology, Indiana University, Dufay* • Dunstable* - Pro Cantione Antiqua, London* Dufay* • Dunstable* - Pro Cantione Antiqua, London* - Motetten • Motets ‎ (LP) Archiv Produktion: Germany: Sell This Version.

John Dunstable Ensemble Pro Musica antiqua de Bruxelles - Safford Cape, dir. HMV-Gramophone HMS 25 [78rpm] Johannes Ciconia - John Dunstable - Guillaume Dufay A.

Deller, Wenzinger, Majer, Flügel Schola polifonica - Henry Washington, dir. Hyperion The Service of Venus and Mars Music for the Knights of the Garter, Chansons, Johannes Ciconia, Guillaume Dufay AL INFORMATION. Studio and Surround are all formatted in FLAC.

Lossless is available in FLAC and ALAC (For Mac). John Dunstaple (or Dunstable, c. – 24 December ) was an English composer who was the leading composer of 15th century England and among the most important and influential composers of his l in the developing style of the Burgundian School, Dunstaple's music spans the transition from the Medieval to the Renaissance periods.

The spelling "Dunstaple" is preferred by. John Dunstable (ca. ) was the most celebrated English composer of the entire 15th century. His works were known and imitated all over western Europe. Contemporary documentation of John Dunstable's life is sparse. From his tombstone, which was in St.

Stephen Walbrook, London, until it was destroyed in the Great Fire, it is known that he died on. Dufay's late masses are all tenor masses, i.e. the cantus firmus is in the tenor. While this style originated in England with composers such as Leonel Power and Dunstable, Dufay brought it to the continent.

Motets Most of Dufay's motets were relatively early works, and he seems not to have written any during the last thirty years of his life.

Guillaume Dufay, Franco-Flemish composer noted for both his church music and his secular chansons. Dufay became a chorister at the Cambrai cathedral (), entered the service of Carlo Malatesta of Rimini inand in went to Rome, where he joined the papal singers.

In he became a. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Dufay: Apostolo Glorioso, Isorhythmic Motet For 5 Voices YouTube Josquin: Missa Pange lingua (Tallis Scholars) - Duration: Edward Murrayviews. Author: Peñalosa, Francisco de, approximately Published: Madrid: Sociedad española de musicologia, Language: Latin ISBN: and The selection of motets on this CD is about as fine as one could hope for, including works by Dufay, Josquin, Ockeghem, Busnois, and Dunstaple, plus several compositions not available anywhere else, by little-known composers such as Richard Hygons and Hilaire Penet/5(9).

John Dunstable, English composer who influenced the transition between late medieval and early Renaissance music. The influence of his sweet, sonorous music was recognized by his contemporaries on the Continent, including Martin le Franc, who wrote in his Champion des dames (c.

) that the. The motets of Ciconia, Dunstable, and Dufay [] Brown, Samuel Emmons. Description Book — vi, leves: ill., music. Online. Google Books (Full view) Nielsen Book Data) The motets of J. Bach are probably the most sophisticated works ever composed in the genre.

Nevertheless, Daniel Melamed maintains, the view that they. It was not until the commencement of the following century, especially between the years andthat a number of distinguished composers--e.g.

Dunstable Power, Dufay, Brasart, and Binchois --produced polyphonic motets that are still worthy of attention. Start studying Motets from 13thth century. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Name the primary sacred (2) and secular genres (3) that Ciconia composed in. 15th, cutting-edge. John Dunstable, Guillaume duFay, Gilles de Bins. Give the first generation of 15th century composers. Jean de. The motet was preserved in the transition from medieval to Renaissance music, but the character of the composition was entirely it grew out of the medieval isorhythmic motet, the Renaissance composers of the motet generally abandoned the use of a repeated figure as a cantus ume Dufay was a transitional figure in this regard; he wrote one of the last important motets.

It was not until the commencement of the following century, especially between the years andthat a number of distinguished composers—e.g., Dunstable, Power, Dufay, Brasart, and Binchois—produced polyphonic motets that are still worthy of attention.Motets and cantilenas in the Old Hall Manuscript 89 Cut-circle motets in Q15 –11 Three related works by Du Fay Declamation motets in Q15 Continental cantilenas in Q15 Unus–chorus motets in Q15 Retrospective double-discantus motets in Q15 Devotional double-discantus motets in Q15 Shop Dunstable Motets - The Hilliard Ensemble.

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