No example highlights this point more clearly than the Faenza Codex (FaenBC ; henceforth Faenza), an Italian manuscript containing the largest surviving. cerning the instrument(s) for which the Faenza Codex was intended: van den Borren thought it was for two instruments, although he did not specify which; two. KEYBOARD MUSIC OF THE 14TH CENTURY tents of the Faenza codex, on the limited basis of Roncaglia’s descrip- tion. Incomplete as this description.
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Not all the music recorded here comes from the Codex Faenza itself, but the vocal selections are the original models of pieces that appear as instrumental arrangements in the manuscript. More Info A small, unadorned parchment booklet, the manuscript of the Biblioteca Comunale Manfrediana in Faenza encloses a stunning quantity and unique quality of information on 14th- and 15th-century Italian musical culture.
Again, this makes sense from the point of view of programming, but it also allows a fine code of singers to make the most of this music. The Codex is composed of two distinct and independent copying layers. Codex Faenza, Non ara may pieta questa mia dona Landini. Nuova serie, 3 Size Gramophone’s expert reviews easier than ever before. Except cdoex a direct copy made by Giovanni Battista Martini insix ckdex the theoretical entries and as many as eighteen of the polyphonic compositions added by Bonadies are unique in Codex Faenza; and, perhaps more importantly, none of the fifty intabulations of the earlier layer survives in any other source.
August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Covex products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music. Originally conceived as an exclusively instrumental collection, it consists for the most part of arrangements of vocal pieces by the leading composers of the previous generation, Landini and Machaut among them.
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Pieza secular en italiano. Views Read Edit View history. If you are a library, university or other organisation that would be interested in an institutional subscription to Gramophone please click here for further information. Codex Faenza, Untitled I. The works of the manuscript are detailed below.
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I, Introductory study, pp. Basada en una obra vocal de Johannes Ciconia. The codes in the “Recordings” column are specified in the “Discography” section. Codex Faenza The. They comprise diminished versions of Italian and French songs by some of the major composers of the 14th and early 15th centuries, Jacopo da Bologna, Bartolino da Padova, Francesco Landini, Antonio Zacara da Teramo, Guillaume de Machaut, and Pierre des Molins, as well as polyphonic estampies and diminutions on dance-related and liturgical tenors, including the three earliest alternatim mass-pairs that have come down to us.
The older one contains 50 non-texted intabulated diminutions generally assumed to be instrumental and dated within the first two decades of the 15th century.