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Cod. 5094

XV (1450-1474) ▪ Manuscrit composite provenant probablement d’un monastère augustinien de Munich, folio 148v-164v chants polyphoniques notés en notation mesurée noire et blanche, 158r-158v tablature d’orgue   ▪ RISM B/IV 3, p. 108-112 - Diamm - Frederick Crane, 15th-Century Keyboard Music in Vienna MS 5094, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Vol. 18, No. 2 (Summer, 1965), pp.237-243

 

Merci à Jacques Meegens de m'avoir fait connaitre cette source !

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Thanks for the link. Great, that they put it online for general access. We had ordered the scan for our project "Musical Life of the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region" (Birgit Lodes, Reinhard Strohm, Marc Lewon) and I had been working with the scans for the past few months. It is an exciting miscellaneous collection and we have recorded a couple of pieces from there for the project. Recordings will be online with the project's website in a few months.

Best, Marc Lewon

Si vous voulez télécharger le pdf du manuscrit, nous l'avons déposé ici !

A_Wn_Cod_05094.pdf



Marc Lewon a dit :

Thanks for the link. Great, that they put it online for general access. We had ordered the scan for our project "Musical Life of the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region" (Birgit Lodes, Reinhard Strohm, Marc Lewon) and I had been working with the scans for the past few months. It is an exciting miscellaneous collection and we have recorded a couple of pieces from there for the project. Recordings will be online with the project's website in a few months.

Best, Marc Lewon



Michael Shields a dit :Marc, did you notice the scribe calls the motet on fol 148r a "ray" (not a "rundelus")? Interestin I think, as it's so hard to work out what a Ray/Reien is.

Michael



Marc Lewon a dit :

Thanks for the link. Great, that they put it online for general access. We had ordered the scan for our project "Musical Life of the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region" (Birgit Lodes, Reinhard Strohm, Marc Lewon) and I had been working with the scans for the past few months. It is an exciting miscellaneous collection and we have recorded a couple of pieces from there for the project. Recordings will be online with the project's website in a few months.

Best, Marc Lewon



Michael Shields a dit :...oops, sorry, I meant fol 158r. It's wonderful to know we have this MS online!



Michael Shields a dit :Marc, did you notice the scribe calls the motet on fol 148r a "ray" (not a "rundelus")? Interestin I think, as it's so hard to work out what a Ray/Reien is.

Michael



Marc Lewon a dit :

Thanks for the link. Great, that they put it online for general access. We had ordered the scan for our project "Musical Life of the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region" (Birgit Lodes, Reinhard Strohm, Marc Lewon) and I had been working with the scans for the past few months. It is an exciting miscellaneous collection and we have recorded a couple of pieces from there for the project. Recordings will be online with the project's website in a few months.

Best, Marc Lewon

Dear Michael,

That is very interesting! Thanks for pointing that out. I was mainly looking at the stroke notation in "Seigneur Leon" and the tablature.

Best,

Marc

Michael Shields a dit :



Michael Shields a dit :...oops, sorry, I meant fol 158r. It's wonderful to know we have this MS online!



Michael Shields a dit :Marc, did you notice the scribe calls the motet on fol 148r a "ray" (not a "rundelus")? Interestin I think, as it's so hard to work out what a Ray/Reien is.

Michael

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