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Longmont, Colorado


Birthday:

September 11


Intérêt principal (principal interest)

Ars antiqua, Ars nova, Manuscrits (paléographie)


Présentation: travaux et (ou) intérêts (Presentation: works and (or) interests)

Composer and music history buff interested in early music.

Principal languages: English, Français, Italiano


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https://www.richarddudas.com


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Richard Dudas replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two monophonic Credo settings with concordances in polyphonic sources in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"Yes - this item has been added to DIAMM: https://www.diamm.ac.uk/sources/4866/
There is at least one other interesting musical item preserved on a repurposed parchemnt cover in the Archives départementales du Var (not from Cogolin, however). I am…"
Thursday
Oliver Gerlach replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two monophonic Credo settings with concordances in polyphonic sources in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"Very interesting! I did not even know that there is or was an archive at Cogolin, its collection was transferred to the town Draguignan. Here is the address:
https://archives.var.fr/
Pôle Culturel Chabran 660 boulevard J.-F. Kennedy 83300 Draguignan…"
Thursday
Richard Dudas posted a discussion in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
Another discovery which may be of interest: a re-used parchment serving as a cover for the 1633-1640 parish register for Cogolin, Var, France (Archives du Var, 7E 45/2), which preserves a large portion of the uppermost voice of the Credo from the…
Sep 17
Richard Dudas replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two offset fragments from a 15th century chansonnier in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"Excellent! Thank-you! 
Although less music can be discerned on 4E35/4, hopefully the void A-G breves on what appear to be the words  "J'en fust" followed by full black B MM might be just distinctive enough to identify it."
Sep 16
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
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
Richard Dudas replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two offset fragments from a 15th century chansonnier in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"merci - il y en aura d'autres......"
Sep 14
Dominique Gatté replied to Richard Dudas's discussion Two offset fragments from a 15th century chansonnier in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
"Encore bravo cher Richard, c'est un belle découverte !!!"
Sep 14
Richard Dudas posted a discussion in Medieval Polyphony 1440-1600
I ran across these two fragments the other day – both offsets from from what were evidently parchment covers that had once been used for the 1674 parish vital record registers for Bona, Nièvre, France. Although they probably originated from the same…
Sep 10
Richard Dudas replied to Dominique Gatté's discussion A early ars nova motet - Prosa beati Martialis in Ars nova et Ars subtilior
"It looks like the subsequnt Amen on 39v is also a 2-voice polyphonic piece.
https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b550134173/f86.item"
Sep 10
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I am still new to this site and figuring out how to navigate it, and where to post things, so apologies in advance if this post could be in a more appropriate location....

I'd like to announce the discovery of a new source of ars nova polyphonic…
Sep 7
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