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Recueil composite de fragments, comprenant des folios de 4 manuscrits de chants polyphoniques de 153r à 166v.

Ces fragments ont été étudiés par Mark Everist dans son article "A New Source for the Polyphony of the Ars subtilior..." publié dans A Late Medieval Songbook and its Context: New Perspectives on the C....

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Very nice and including a fragment of Suzoy's "Pýtarogas Jobal et Orpheus". How well known were these concordances? I had only heard of this concordance through the grapevine a few years back.

Best,
Marc

Jason Stoessel has an article on this. The original article is by Mark Everist I believe — will find citations of both later if I’m pinged.

one of the motets I identified as a concordance of Plausu from the Cortona fragments. It’s in print possibly in my 2010 Studi article or somewhere (last footnote on the article) Giuliano di Bacco independently made the same identification and presented on it at a med ren.

the later 15th c. Pieces all await work. 



Michael Scott Cuthbert said:

Jason Stoessel has an article on this. The original article is by Mark Everist I believe — will find citations of both later if I’m pinged.

one of the motets I identified as a concordance of Plausu from the Cortona fragments. It’s in print possibly in my 2010 Studi article or somewhere (last footnote on the article) Giuliano di Bacco independently made the same identification and presented on it at a med ren.

the later 15th c. Pieces all await work. Thanks to Meg Bent for loaning me a microfilm of this years ago generously. These images are better though (might be from the same photo session(

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