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Trois fragments de polyphonie germanique en-lignes : Clm 29775(2, (3 et (9

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

 

Clm 29775(2
XV - Deutsche Lieder (Fragment)

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Clm 29775(3
XVI - Hymnen (Fragment)

 
 

Clm 29775(9
XVI - Deutsche Lieder (Fragment)

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This is very exciting, especially the first fragment! It is listed in David Fallows Catalogue of polyphonic songs (p. 447): "D and Ct only since facing page is lost, but almost complete".

I agree - the first is the most interesting: very nice on the second half the way of writing music.

Yes, indeed. I find the notation reminiscent of other German musical fragments, such as the fleeting notation of the keyboard tablature from D-Mbs clm 7755, fol. 279r-280r (http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00069150/image_580) or the notation of some textless tenors in a Viennese manuscript: http://www.cantusplanus.at/de-at/bilder/05455/cod05455.JPG (see the commentary, here: https://musikleben.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/a-wn-cod-5455-german-te...)
Susanne Ansorg a dit :

I agree - the first is the most interesting: very nice on the second half the way of writing music.

la deuxième main du Clm 29775(2 me rappelle le fragment du Clm 7755

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:) - Funny, I had the same association (see entry before). Best, Marc

No matches in the 1300-1425 database for any of these pieces.

Thanks for weighing in!

Michael Scott Cuthbert a dit :

No matches in the 1300-1425 database for any of these pieces.

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