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Motets et conduits du XIVe siècle Ensemble Venance Fortunat - Anne-Marie Deschamps Cyprès 3609. Contents: Parce virgo (7 voices). Deus in adjutorium (6 voices). Benedicta et venerabilis es (2 voices) Motet 1 - virgo/eximium/or voö je bien (4 voices). Motet 2 - aptatur/chies bien seans/entre Adam & Hanikel (voice, organ). Salve Regina (3 voices). The Wimpfen Fragments, 13th Century Motets I Ciarlatani Christophorus 77215. Motetten in ars antiqua und ars nova Musica Mensurata TVDVerlag 97736. To purchasing information for this disc.

The earliest motets arose in the 13th century from the organum tradition exemplified in the Notre Dame school of Léonin and Pérotin. The motet probably arose from clausula sections in a longer sequence of organum. Clausulae represent brief sections of longer polyphonic settings of chant with a note-against-note texture. Increasingly in the 14th and 15th centuries, motets made use of repetitive patters often termed panisorhythmic; that is, they employed repeated rhythmic patterns in all voices-not only the cantus firmus-which did not necessarily coincide with repeating melodic patterns. Philippe de Vitry was one of the earliest composers to use this technique, and his work evidently had an influence on that of Guillaume de Machaut, one of the most famous named composers of late medieval motets. Other medieval motet composers include

Anonymous - Kyrie Rex angelorum - Clemens Pater (04:13, 320Kb/s). Anonymous - Rachel plorat filios - Ha fratres, ha vos domini (02:46, 320Kb/s). Philippe de Vitry - Impudenter circumivi - Virtutibus laudabilis (03:11, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Almisonis Melos: Latin Motets and Mass Fragments in the Ivrea Codex (2001).

During the 13th century rhythmic modes were used to distinguish certain rhythmic patterns. For the duration of this time, there was no standard notation of rhythm on the score. This changed during the 14th century when the use of mensurations began, indicating the relationship between the breve and semibreve. Please join StudyMode to read the full document. You May Also Find These Documents Helpful.

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Marble Берлин Ин. 36 ЗС-59. Поделиться в Twitter. The three small stone fragments with a recognizable pattern decor on them – that's all that remained of the once famous bust of a young woman in a crown, that came from a small town of Scala, near Ravello, in Campania. The item participates in the restoration project "Donatello and Other Renaissance Masters".

In the 16th century Wimpfen was a focal point of the Reformation Probably the most important reformer was Erhard Schnepf who preached here from 1523 to 1526 His contemporary Heinrich Vogtherr wrote many reforming essays and hymns Although the Catholics offered huge resistance to the Reformation, their influence and number decreased By 1588 there were only 30 Catholic inhabitants Catholics eventually lost. Formerly there also was a Jewish representation in the town An early-mentioned Jew who lived in Wimpfen was Alexander ben Salomo, who released the remains of Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg in the early 14th century Both are buried in Worms Jews are known to have lived in Wimpfen in the 14th, 15th and 16th century Around 1550 there.