Musicologie Médiévale

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Triv. 55
XV ▪ Motets italiens profanes, notation mesurée évidée sur 5 lignes. 70v-99v tablatures de luth ▪ Diamm - Manus

 

Triv. 513
1426-1450 ▪ Missale ambrosianum, notation ambrosienne sur lignes ▪ Manus

 

Triv. 1018
XIV ▪ Contre-plat sup. et inf. fragment d’un graduel, notation carrée sur 4 lignes rouges ▪ Manus

 

Triv. 2146
XV (1496?) ▪ Fiorenzo «musicus et sacerdos», Liber musices ▪ RISM B III 6 - Manus

 

 

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Fantastic! Merci beaucoup!

starting from around f. 80 of Triv. 513, some jerk cut out the illuminated letters.  grrr...

Tiv. 55 -- the tablature section must be later than XVe siècle, no?  Someone who knows better, but I'd think at least mid XVIe.

between 98v and 99r of Triv 513, there's a surprisingly rare phenomenon -- there's exactly one word (the catchword "grata") missing between the gatherings.  A miscommunication about where one gathering ended and the other should begin.  "ut cuius honore sunt *grata*, eius nobis fiant..."  I'm surprised that I've never seen this before.  In my experience, usually when the catchword doesn't match the next page, there's a gathering missing.

How did you find these sources?  Is Triv. 193 online perchance?  (Paradiso degli Alberti w/ Sachetti and Sercambi -- important for us trecento people.  :-)  )

Yes, the tablature section is from XVI...

Michael Scott Cuthbert a dit :

starting from around f. 80 of Triv. 513, some jerk cut out the illuminated letters.  grrr...

Tiv. 55 -- the tablature section must be later than XVe siècle, no?  Someone who knows better, but I'd think at least mid XVIe.

I'm very happy to see the Florentius treatise online, but the digitization is not optimal, and the images can't be enlarged, as far as I can see.

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