European Musical Heritage 800-1750

ISBN-10: 007232452X

ISBN-13: 9780072324525

Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)

Authors: Sarah Fuller

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Organized chronologically, this anthology of musical scores provides a wide ranging introduction to al the major genres of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music.
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List price: $83.13
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 12/2/2004
Binding: Comb Bound 
Pages: 608
Size: 9.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.080
Language: English

PREFACE A Note on Square Notation 8th-11th Century: Sacred Monophony 1. Easter Mass Proper and Ordinary 1a. Resurrexi (Introit) 1b. Quem querities in sepulchro (Introit trope 1)Ecce pater cunctis (Introit trope 2) 1c. Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor (melismatic and Latin versions) 1d. Gloria 1e. Haec dies (Gradual) 1f. Alleluia Pascha nostrum 1g. Fulgens praeclara (prose) 1h. Credo 1i. Terra tremuit (Offertory) 1j. Sanctus 1k. Agnus Dei 1l. Pascha nostrum (Communion) 1m. Ite, missa est 2. First Vespers on the Feast of the Nativity of the Lord (excerpts) 2a. Deus in adjutorium (opening versicle) 2b. Rex pacificus (antiphon and Psalm 112) 2c. Magnificatus est (antiphon and Psalm 124) 2d. Veni redemptor gentium (hymn) 2e. Benedicamus Domino (closing versicle) 3. Modal Formulas 3a. 9th-Century Series (from Commemoratio brevis de tonis et psalmis modulandis) 3b. 12th-Century Series (from De Musica by John of Afflighem) 8th-11th Century: Polyphony Theorists’ Examples 4a. Rex caeli Domine (organum at the fourth, from Musica Enchiriadis)Rex caeli Domine (sacred song, principal melody of No. 4a) 4b. Sit Gloria Domini (organum at the fifth with octave doubling, from Musica Enchiriadis 4c. Guido of Arezzo, Ipsi soli (organum, from Micrologus)Ipsi soli (antiphon, principal melody of No. 4c) 4d. Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor (from Ad organum faciendum) 4e. Alleluia in 5th performance mode (from Ad organum faciendum)Alleluia Justus ut palma (prinicipal melody of No. 4e) 5. Wulfstan of Winchester (?), Alleluia Te martyrum 6. Castitatis lilium effloruit (versus) 12th-13th Century: Sacred Monophony Liturgical chant 7a. Ave regina caelorum (votive antiphon) 7b. Veni sancte spiritus (prose) 7c. Pange lingua gloriosi corporis (hymn) 7d. Aeterna Christi munera (hymn) 12th-13th Century: Secular Monophony Troubadour and Trouvere Songs 8a. Bernart de Ventadorn, Can vei la lauzeta mover 8b. Peire Vidal, Baros de mon dan covit 8c. Gaucelm Faidit, Fortz chausa es (1199) 8d. Chevalier mult estes guariz (Crusaders’ song, 1147) 8e. Gace Brule, Biaus m’est estez8f. Guillaume d’Amiens, Prendes I garde (rondeau) 12th-13th Century: Polyphony 9a. Viderunt Emmanuel (Aquitanian versus) 9b. Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor (from Codex Calixtinus) 10a. Leonin, Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum) 10b. Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum, later revision of verse) 11. Perotin (?), Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum triplum) 12. Conductus 12a. Deus in adjutorium (conductus sine cauda) 12b. O tocius Asie (conductus cum cauda) 13th-Century Motets (to c. 1250) 13a. Discant clausula on Regnat (from Alleluia Hodie Maria virgo) 13b. Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (two-voice motet) 13c. Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (three-voice conductus motet) 13d. Depositum creditum/Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (Latin double motet) 13e. Alleluia Hodie maria virgo (source chant for Regnat clausula) 13f. L’autre jour/Au tens pascour/In seculum (French double motet) 14. “A certain Spaniard,” In seculum breve (instrumental hocket) 13th-Century Motets (after c. 1250) 15a. El mois de mai/De se debent bigamy/Kyrie (French double motet) 15b. On parole de batre/A Paris/Frese nouvele (French double motet on secular tenor) 15c. Alle psallite cum luya/Alle psallite cum luya/Alleluya (Latin voice-exchange motet) 15d. Petrus de Cruce, Aucun ont trouve/Lond tans/Annuntiantes (French double motet) 14th Century: Ars Nova 16. Philippe de Vitry, Tribum que/Quoniam secta/Merito hec patimur (isorhythmic motet) 17. Guillaume de Machaut, Bone pastor Guillerme/Bone pastor qui pastores/Bone pastor (isorhythmic motet) 18. Guillaume de Machaut, secular songs 18a. Nes que on porroit (ballade) 18b. Quant j’ay l’espart (rondeau) 8c. Dame a vous sans retollir (virelai) 14th Century: Trecento 19. Jacopo da Bologna, Non al suo amante (madrigale) 20. Gherardello da Firenze, Tosto che l’alba (caccia) 21. Francesco Landini, Questa fanciull’amor (ballata) Late 14th Century: Ars Subtilior 22. Borlet (?), Ma tredol rosignol joly (virelai) 23. Johannes Ciconia, Sus un’ fontayne (virelai) 15th Century: Sacred Polyphony 24. Leonel Power 24a. Credo (Opem nobis) 24b. Ave regina caelorum (motet) 24c. Ave regina caelorum (melody of Sarum tradition) 25. John Dunstable, Beata mater (motet) 26. Guillaume Dufay, Christe, redemptor omnium (hymn) 27. Guillaume Dufay 27a. Agnus Dei from Missa Se la face ay pale 27b. Se la face ay pale (tenor of three-voice song) 28. Guillaume Dufay, Ave regina caelorum (III) (motet) 29. Johannes Ockeghem, Agnus Dei from Missa Mi-mi 15th Century: Secular Song 30. Guillaume Dufay 30a. Ce moys de may soyons lies et joyeuz (rondeau) 30b. Adieu m’amour, adieu ma joye (rondeau) 31. Hayne van Ghizeghem, De tous biens plaine (rondeau) Late 15th-Early 16th Century: Sacred 32. Josquin Desprez, Ave Maria gratia plena…virgo serena (motet) 33. Josquin Desprez, Agnus Dei II from Missa L’homme arme super voces musicales 34. Josquin Desprez 34a. Kyrie from Missa Pange lingua 34b. Agnus Dei from Missa Pange lingua Late 15th-Early 16th Century: Secular 35a. Josquin Desprez, Faulte d’argent (chanson a 5) 35b. Antoine de Fevin, Faulte d’argent (chanson a 3) 36. Heinrich Isaac, La mi la sol (instrumental piece) 37. Juan del Encina 37a. Senora de hermosura (villancico) 37b. Triste Espana (romance) 38. Orsu orsu car’signori (Italian carnival song) 39. Marchetto Cara, Io non compro piu speranza (frottola with introductory recercare by Franciscus Bossinensis) 16th Century (from c. 1520): Sacred 40a. Martin Luther, Aus tiefer Not (chorale melody, 1524) 40b. Johann Walter, Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1524) 40c. Arnold von Bruck, Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1544) 40d. Johann Sebastian Bach, Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1724) 41. Nicholas Gombert, Ave regina caelorum (motet) 42a. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Veni sponso Christi (motet) 42b. Veni sponsa Christi (antiphon) 43. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Kyrie from Missa Veni sponsa Christi 44. Orlande de Lassus, Tristis est anima mea (motet) 45. Orlande de Lassus, In teneris annis (Sibylla cimmeria), Section IV of Prophetiae Sibyllarum 46a. William Byrd, Miserere mihi, Domine (motet from Cantiones Sacrae) 46b. Miserere mihi, Domine (antiphon) 47. Giovanni Gabrieli, Canzona Septimi Toni a 8 (from Sacrae Symphoniae, 1597) 16th Century (from c. 1520): Secular 48. Clement Janequin, Ou mettra l’on ung baiser (Parisian chanson) 49a. Luis de Milan, Pavan 1 (from El maestro) 49b. Diego Ortiz, Recercada settima (from Tratado de glosas) 50. Jacques Arcadelt, Il bianco e dolce cigno (madrigal) 51. Cipriano de Rore, Da le belle contrade d’oriente (madrigal) 52. Luca Marenzio, Scaldava il sol (madrigal) 53. Claudio Monteverdi, Cruda Amarilli (madrigal) 54. Carlo Gesualdo, Moro, lasso, al mio duolo (madrigal) 17th Century: Vocal 55. Giulio Caccini, Perfidissimo volto (solo madrigal from LE nuove musiche) 56. Sigismondo d’India, Cruda Amarilli (solo madrigal) 57. John Dowland 57a. Flow my teares (lute song) 57b. Lachrimae Gementes (instrumental pavane) 58. Cla
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