For whom is edited Livre Vermell de Montserrat (S. XIV)?
By Mari Carmen Gmez Montaner
145. Forms found in Italy in the fourteenth century:
146. What is a trope?
Originally, the trope was a new composition, usually written in tire s
It is the first source we have the Italian Trecento.
206. Robertsbridge Codex:
British Library, MS Add. 28550, about 1325, there are arrangements for organ three motets.
Faenza next to Codex, is an example of that, although the art of instrum
Harmony: Association of several simultaneous musical sounds to form chords and available in
natural and orderly successions. Harmony is the part of the musical decnicologa that is all
about the simultaneity of sounds. The Harmony voice comes from Greek an
It is a manuscript of the early sixteenth century. Its contents are masses and motets. The author
most represented in it's Johannes Ockeghem (ca. 1420- 1497), which shows 10 of his 13
masses. Between 1496 and 1503 Bouton copied by the family.
Two first publications for vihuela:
Music book vihuela, entitled "Master" of Luys Milan (it was the first music book published in
Spain: Valencia, 1535-1536).
The seys books Delphin music for vihuela figures tolling of Luys de Narvaez (Valladolid, 1538).
Nymphes des bois:
Poetic eulogy in memory of Johannes Ockeghem (ca. 1420-1497), who put music Josquin des
Prez in 1497. Call Deploration sur le climb of Jean Ockeghem. During the fifteenth century it
was customary to compose deplorations lamentations or t
You highlight figures of the fourteenth century?
Jacopo da Bologna
Francesco Landini (1325- 1397)
Philippe de Vitry (1291- 1361)
Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300- 1377)
130. Who owns the ballata Non Avra ma 'pieta?
A Francesco Landini
131. What works writte
How are organized Cantigas?
10 to 10. Every 10 there is in honor of the virgin
112. What is the most important source of music in Spain in the Medieval Era?
The Codex Las Huelgas (Burgos). Whose editors are Higinio Angles and art by Asensio.
113. What bel
Josquin des Prez
(Ca. 1440- 1521) was born in France; was cantor of the Cathedral of Milan and, later, a member
of the Chapel of the Sforza. We have news of his presence in the papal chapel in Rome.
Between 1501 and 1503 he was in France, perhaps in the c
Virtuosity: Full control of the possibilities of an instrument or voice.
Basso Continuo: system characteristic accompaniment of baroque music, which consists of a
bass line on which contrapuntal chords are interpreted. Appears at the beginning