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Four Early Ars Nova Motets: A New Source

Title
Four Early Ars Nova Motets: A New Source
Author
Dudas, Richard Daniel
Issue Date
2020-10
Publisher
All Souls College, Oxford
Citation
Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music, page. 1-1
Abstract
The seminar will address issues regarding the discovery of musical fragments in BnF NAF 934, fols. 79–80 (reported on https://www.diamm.ac.uk/search/?q=934; images on Gallica). Two three-voice and two four-voice motets survive, all of them unica. On the basis of notation and style, the repertory slightly postdates Fauvel. Each motet has a different form. The first utilizes a notational trick that prefigures Machaut’s M6. The second is the only isoperiodic motet, with an early, special use of red coloration in the lower voice pair. A third combines two chants, a freely rhythmized Kyrie tenor with an ostinato contratenor. The final motet is based on a Fauvel ballade.
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https://www.asc.ox.ac.uk/event/seminar-medieval-and-renaissance-music-four-early-ars-nova-motets-new-sourcehttps://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/171207
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