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Medieval Period [Chant Manuscript]

needs more documentation - Music developed during the Gothic or Medieval period, including Gregorian Chant, was developed and refined over several centuries. This era covers the period

Introit for All Saints 'Gaudeamus omnes in Domino'in a 15th c. English manuscript. (bl. Lansdowne 462, f. 148)

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“Introit for All Saints, ‘Gaudeamus omnes in Domino', in a English manuscript (BL Lansdowne

Graduál latinský Autor Jan Mikus Odpovědnost Jan Mikus Jazyk lat Forma dokumentu other Rozsah 68 x 45 cm (desky), 66 x 44 cm (folio)317 (recte 307) ff: chyba ve foliaci ff 289,300(!),301; vyřezána folia před f 1, za f 40, 128, 133, 150 Materiál perg Identifikace Identifikátor AIPDIG-MVCHK_HR_2_II_A_2_2UQK2KF-cs URI http://www.manuscriptorium.com/apps/index.php?direct=record&pid=AIPDIG-MVCHK_HR_2_II_A_2_2UQK2KF-cs Signatura Hr-2 (II A 2)

Graduál latinský Autor Jan Mikus Odpovědnost Jan Mikus Jazyk lat Forma dokumentu other Rozsah 68 x 45 cm (desky), 66 x 44 cm (folio)317 (recte 307) ff: chyba ve foliaci ff 289,300(!),301; vyřezána folia před f 1, za f 40, 128, 133, 150 Materiál perg Identifikace Identifikátor AIPDIG-MVCHK_HR_2_II_A_2_2UQK2KF-cs URI http://www.manuscriptorium.com/apps/index.php?direct=record&pid=AIPDIG-MVCHK_HR_2_II_A_2_2UQK2KF-cs Signatura Hr-2 (II A 2)

Le miniature dell'Antifonario G carta: 98v titolo: Iniziale F autore: Calligrafo fiorentino (bottega del Torelli?)  tecnica: inchiostro e penna, tempera e pennello  Il corpo della lettera è fesso da una decorazione 'a bianchi girari' che si ripete anche sul fondo.

Le miniature dell'Antifonario G carta: 98v titolo: Iniziale F autore: Calligrafo fiorentino (bottega del Torelli?) tecnica: inchiostro e penna, tempera e pennello Il corpo della lettera è fesso da una decorazione 'a bianchi girari' che si ripete anche sul fondo.

"Gregorian Chant, the Greatest Unison Music By Georgia Stevens The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 2 (1944)"

"Gregorian Chant, the Greatest Unison Music By Georgia Stevens The Musical Quarterly, Vol.

MS. Canon. Pat. Lat. 229, fols. 53-56  Polyphonic music (mass-settings, and settings of Italian and French words): eleven pieces, mostly fragmentary, by Machaut, Ciconia, Franciscus de Florentia, etc., in two bifolia from a late 14th-century Italian manuscript from the library of S. Giustina, Padua

Bodleian Library: Western manuscripts to MS.

Harley 4951   f. 299v look at those beautiful staff-free melismas!!

Detail of a juggler, representing the third musical mode Gregorian chant (Toulouse)

medevil music notation

A Short History of Long-Haired Music: Gregorian Chant

No question the printing press was necessary for progress, but is okay if I lament the end of artful manuscripts?

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