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David Fallows replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two offset fragments from a 15th century chansonnier in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"4 E 35/1 is Binchois, Comme femme desconfortee"
Sep 15, 2021
David Fallows replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two offset fragments from a 15th century chansonnier in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"But the DIAMM posting is of the original picture, so it's not much use. Yours is the only one that we can study. Watch this space. And congratulations.
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Sep 15, 2021
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"No trace of them in Prague, which I posted. Nor in the other one."
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"No: only that single voice in Prague (and in the other AH melody); but it seemed to me -- and I'm happy to be contradicted -- that the crossing of the two voices results in a piece that makes sense, whereas the gradual falling range of the voice you…"
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"No: I wasn't questioning the date of the copy (though, as you say, it can be seriously hard to tell); merely stating my view that the polyphony existed in the early 14th century, even though the source has only one voice and none of the mensural…"
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"Phew: it seems to be there. The mensuration here is all my own, but the pitches and the text underlay are from the MS. In my view, the two-voice piece was there at the beginning of the 14th century."
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"Sorry: I don't know how to attach. Dominique, or somebody, can you tell me now to download a pdf file into this space? 


Puer natus Prag - Full Score.pdf"
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"If I can attach, here is the version from the Prague manuscript, pretty reliably dated to the early 14th century."
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion Utrecht : new source polyphonic of Puer natus in Bethleem in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"The upper voice is plainly the same as the melodies printed in Analecta Hymnica, i.195 (from Prague) and i.196 (from Jistebnicz). But since the two voices exchange their ranges in the middle, plainly it is a two-voice piece: no wonder those two…"
Jul 17, 2016
David Fallows replied to Jason Stoessel's discussion Rests in senaria perfecta .p. in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"My Ciconia notes are in Basel and I'm in Manchester for the next ten days, but I'm fairly certain there's something similar in Per quella strada."
Mar 29, 2011