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Motets and prosulas / [texts by] Philip the Chancellor ; edited by Thomas B. Payne.

Author/creator Philip, the Chancellor, -1236
Other author/creatorPayne, Thomas Blackburn, 1958- editor.
Format Musical Score and Print
Publication InfoMiddleton, Wis. : A-R Editions, ©2011.
Description1 score (xxxvii, 221 pages, 4 pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 28 cm.
Subject(s)
Series Recent researches in the music of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, 0362-3572 ; 41
Recent researches in the music of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance ; v. 41. ^A171698
Contents Organum prosulas. Vide prophecie--Homo, cum mandato/Viderunt omnes ; De Stephani roseo sanguine/Sederunt ; Adesse festina/Adiuva me, domine ; Associa tecum in patria/Sancte Eligi -- Conductus prosulas. Anima, iuge lacrima ; Bulla fulminante ; Crucifigat omnes ; Minor natu filius ; Veste nuptiali -- Motets with medieval attributions. Agmina milicie celestis omnia/Agmina ; Homo, quam sit pura/Latus ; In omni fratre tuo/In seculum ; In veritate comperi/Veritatem ; Laqueus conteritur/Laqueus contritus est ; Venditores labiorum/Eius (or Domino) -- Motets with modern attributions. Doce nos hodie/Docebit ; Et exaltavi plebis humilem/Et exaltavi ; Ex semine Abrahe/Ex semine ; Ex semine rosa/Ex semine Abrahe/Ex semine ; Flos de spina rumpitur/Regnat ; Homo, quo vigeas/Et gaudebit ; Latex silice/Latus ;
Contents Manere, vivere/Manere ; Memor tui creatoris/Et gaudebit ; Mens fidem seminant/In odorem ; Mors, a primi patris/Mors, que stimulo/Mors, morsu nata/Mors -- Mors, vite vivificacio/Mors ; Non orphanum te deseram/Et gaudebit ; Nostrum est impletum/Nostrum ; O quam necessarium/Venditores labiorum/Domino (or Eius) ; Serena virginum/Manere ; Stupeat natura/Natus ; Ypocrite, pseudopontifices/Velut stelle firmamenti/Et gaudebit -- Motets with doubtful medieval attributions. Doce nos, optime/Docebit ; In salvatoris nomine/In veritate comperi/Veritatem -- Appendix: four-part versions of organum prosulas. Vide prophecie--Homo, cum mandato/Viderunt omnes ; De Stephani roseo sanguine/Sederunt ; Adesse festina/Adiuva me, domine.
General noteFor 1-4 voices.
General notePrincipally from French 13th-century ms. sources: Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, Msc. Lit. 115; Florence, Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana, Pluteus 29.1; London, British Library, MS Egerton 2615 fols. 79-94, MS Egerton 274, MS Additional 30091; Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, MS 20486 [Spanish]; Montpellier, Bibliothèque interuniversitaire, Section de Médecine, H 196; Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 1099 Helmst.
General notePref. and editorial notes in English.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. 219-221).
LanguageLatin words, also printed as texts with English translations.
ISBN9780895796943
ISBN0895796945

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