4 edition of Anonymous compositions from the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries found in the catalog.
|Statement||Walter Kurt Kreyszig.|
|Series||Forschungen zur älteren Musikgeschichte -- Bd. 5|
|LC Classifications||ML93.K74 A56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
The strong diagonal composition (and freeing of motifs from roundels) and asymmetry break with tradition, as do the exotic oriental motifs adopted by Italian weavers. Venice, along with Florence and Genoa, were the most important silk industries of the late fourteenth and early fifteenth century. These volumes deal with the earliest period covered by the History of Parliament so far. They contain the biographies of 3, individuals who sat in the House of Commons in the late 14th and early 15th centuries. The composition of the House of Commons is .
Exquisite program of late-Medieval English polyphonic songs, from the 14th (tracks ) and 15th () centuries, sung by the a cappella vocal ensemble The Hilliard Ensemble back in Most are anonymous (and that includes all those from the 14th Century).5/5(4). The later Middle English and early Renaissance periods. One of the most important factors in the nature and development of English literature between about and was the peculiar linguistic situation in England at the beginning of the period. Among the small minority of the population that could be regarded as literate, bilingualism and even trilingualism were common.
In western music, a motet is a mainly vocal musical composition, of highly diverse form and style, from the late medieval era to the present. The motet was one of the pre-eminent polyphonic forms of Renaissance ing to Margaret Bent, "a piece of music in several parts with words" is as precise a definition of the motet as will serve from the 13th to the late 16th century and beyond. Anonymous (14th century, Spain): Improvisation, from LLIBRE VERMELL II. 15THTH CENTURY POSITIVE ORGAN Gilles Binchois, de Binche [or Bins] (c. ): Je ne fais tousjours que penser.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kreyszig, Walter Kurt. Anonymous compositions from the late-fourteenth and early-fifteenth centuries. This volume brings together a selection of lectures and essays in which J.A. Burrow discusses the work of English poets of the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries: Chaucer, Gower, Langland, and Hoccleve, as well as the anonymous authors of Pearl, Saint Erkenwald, and a pair of metrical : John A.
Burrow. Prayer Book: Arganonä Maryam (The Organ of Mary) late 17th century Attributed to Baselyos (The Ground Hornbill Master) This intimately-scaled illuminated manuscript is a luxury example of the Arganonä Maryam (The Organ of Mary), one of the most popular Ethiopian Orthodox prayer books dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Source: Hazard, H. W., Editor The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries ISBN (A History of the Crusades, volume, III). Since the categories for music theorists are not subdivided by nationality, this list is intended to provide an overview of music theorists and provide for further exploration of the field.
Martin Gerbert and Edmond de Coussemaker were the 18th and 19th century compilers of. This introduction to French illuminated manuscripts from the late fourteenth to the early sixteenth century presents examples of the work of the main artists of that time, as represented in the British Library.
The focus lies on artists active in Paris, a renowned artistic. 14th - 15th century non-music MS with interpolated music Mixed Paper and Parchment GB-Lbl Add.
MS (a) late 15th (b) early 16th (c) early 15th centuries non-music MS with interpolated music Other. Most fourteenth- and some fifteenth-century motets feature ISORHYTHM and may include a CONTRATENOR.
From the fifteenth century on, any polyphonic setting of a Latin text (other than a MASS) could be called a motet; from the sixteenth century on, the term was also applied to sacred compositions in other languages. Italian Renaissance humanism in the early fifteenth century, above all else was based on the study of the Greco-Roman classic In the late fifteenth century, Italy became a battleground for the competing interests of.
"more subtle art" Style of Polyphony from the late fourteenth or very early fifteenth centuries in southern France and northern Italy, distinguished by extreme complexity in rhythm and notation.
It extended the genres and traditions of the Ars Nova, and was so named because composers of the day had devised a "more subtle manner" than the aging Ars Nova.
Anonymous 13th century, Anonymous 14th Century French, Anonymous 14th Century Italian, Anonymous 14th Century Italian Composer, Anonymous 15th Century, Anonymous 15th Century Composer, Anonymous 15th- And 16th-Century English Verse, Anonymous Anonymous but effective: the engineers and technicians of the ninth to eleventh centuries The engineer recognised Engineers in demand: innovation and development in the thirteenth century Old and new technology and its operators in the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries Polymaths and specialists in the fifteenth century.
Title: Section of a Qur'an Manuscript. Calligrapher: Copied by `Umar Aqta' Date: late 14th–early 15th century. Geography: Attributed to present-day Uzbekistan, probably Samarqand. Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Dimensions: H. 17 5/16 in. (44 cm) W. 38 1/4 in.
( cm) Classification: Codices. Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, Medium: Book illustration on vellum; Mushroom description: Man picking truffles from the surface of ledges (similar to Anonymous, Italian School, 14th century) Location: Bibliotheque Municipale, Rouen, France; Reference: Bovey, A.
Tacuinum sanitatis: an early Renaissance guide to health. London: Sam Fogg, Anonymous, Italian School. 15th. Style of polyphony from the late fourteenth or very early fifteenth centuries in southern France and northern Italy, distinguished by extreme complexity in rhythm and notation Roman de Fauvel contains pieces of music; earliest musical works to exemplifiy the Ars Nova are the motets of Philippe de Vitry, which appear in this book.
What little survives from before the 15th century includes some bilingual fragments, indicating that the same play might have been given in English or Anglo-Norman, according to the composition of the audience. From the late 14th century onward, two main dramatic genres are discernible, the mystery, or Corpus Christi, cycles and the morality plays.
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Other vessels are described, some carrying air, some mucus, and two to the right ear are said to carry. Trotto, Anon 14th century instrumental piece performed here by Lyrebyrd Consort: Rebecca Witt (rebec) Tim Muecke (violin) Damien Day (viola).
Style of POLYPHONY from the late fourteenth or very early fifteenth centuries in southern France and northern Italy, distinguished by extreme complexity in rhythm and NOTATION. Avignon is a French commune in southeastern France.
The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement in England dating from the late 15th century to the early 17th century. It is associated with the pan-European Renaissance that is usually regarded as beginning in Italy in the late 14th century.
As in most of the rest of northern Europe, England saw little of these developments until more than a century later. Medieval music consists of songs, instrumental pieces, and liturgical music from about A.D. to Medieval music was an era of Western music, including liturgical music (also known as sacred) used for the church, and secular music, non-religious al music includes solely vocal music, such as Gregorian chant and choral music (music for a group of singers), solely instrumental.Free Library of Philadelphia, Lewis E Italy, Early 14th century.
This manuscript is an early fourteenth-century French copy of the third edition of Petrus de Riga's Aurora, a commentary on the Bible in verse. The format of the volume is tall and thin. Running titles indicate the book of the Bible at the top of each page.The first calendar sheet explicitly dates the atlas Sheets were made by the same anonymous person in the late 14th or early 15th century, while sheets were made by someone else (possibly Cesanis) in the second quarter of the 15th century.
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