Cypriot plainchant, of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca nazionale J. II. 9.
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Cypriot plainchant, of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca nazionale J. II. 9. A facsim. ed. with commentary by Richard H. Hoppin. by Turin. Biblioteca nazionale. Mss. (J. II. 9) Selections

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Published by American Institute of Musicology in [Dallas] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Music -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles,
  • Gregorian chants.,
  • Gregorian chants -- History and criticism.,
  • Manuscripts, Cypriote -- Facsimiles

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Edition Notes

SeriesAmerican Institute of Musicology. Musicological studies and documents, 19
ContributionsHoppin, Richard H.,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsM2 T97
The Physical Object
Pagination167p.
Number of Pages167
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18353463M

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  Get this from a library! The Cypriot-French repertory of the manuscript Torino J. II. 9: report of the International Musicological Congress, Paphos March, [Ursula Günther; Ludwig Finscher; Cyprus. Hypourgeio Paideias.; Società italiana di musicologia.; Associazione piemontese per la ricerca delle fonti musicali.;]. Royal Court of Cyprus (c). In all likelihood 9 was part of the dowry brought over by Anne of Lusignon, the bride of Louis of Savoy. The MS, arranged in 5 fascicles, contains no less than polyphonic and monophonic entries in this order: plainchant, polyphonic mass movements, Latin & French motets, French ballads, and virelais. MSD 19 Richard H. Hoppin, Cypriot Plainchant of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale J. II. 9. A Facsimile Edition with Commentary. (See also CMM 21). Buy Cypriot plainchart of the manuscript Torino, Biblioteca nazionale a facsimile edition (Musicological studies and documents) by Richard H Hoppin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Richard H Hoppin.

Cypriot-French Repertory (15th c.) of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale, 9, 4 vols. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae Rome: American Institute of Musicology. Hoppin, Richard H. Cypriot Plainchant of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale J. II. 9, facsimile edition with commentary. Musicological Studies and Documents MSD 19 Cypriot Plainchant of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale J. II. 9. A Facsimile Edition. Commentary by Richard H. Hoppin. MSD 20 FRANCHINUS GAFFURIUS (–), Practica musicae. Translation and transcription by Clement A. Miller. Cypriot plainchant of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca nazionale J. II. 9: a facsimile edition / with The origin of channels and associated deposits in the Elysium region of Mars [microform]: final technic Serial bibliographies for medieval studies / Richard H. Rouse, assisted by J.H. Claxton and M.D. Metzger. Ottino, Giuseppe, I codices Bobbiesi nella Biblioteca nazionale di Torino, Turin, Palermo: Carlo Clausen, Internet Archive – originally from Google Books: Cipolla, Carlo, Codici bobbiesi della Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino, Milan,

Abstract. The origins of codex Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria 9 are contested territory. While there can be little dispute that the repertory, a monumental collection of plainchant, polyphonic Mass settings, motets, and songs, is linked to the (Bourbon-)Lusignan court of Cyprus, this articles argues the north Italian origins of the manuscript. The key to solving the puzzle is. Cypriot plainchant of the Manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale J. II. 9, by Richard H. Hoppin Publication Date: Music at Nevers Cathedral: principal sources of . The Cypriot-French Repertory of the Manuscript Torino 9 (Neuhausen-Stuttgart, ). 3 There are thirty-five Mass pairs in Bologna Q15 and seven Mass pairs in Turin. On Mass-pair unification in Bologna Q15, Hamm states: ‘Eight of the pairs are unified by common head-motive in the two sections’ (‘The Reson Mass’, 6). a single manuscript: Torino Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria This remarkable document was, according to Karl Kügle (), evidently copied between and under the supervision of Jean Hanelle, one of two priest-musicians from Cambrai (the other was Gilet Velut) who arrived in Cyprus in with Charlotte of Bourbon, the.