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Le Codex de Chypre (Torino, Biblioteca Universitaria J.II.9)
Vol. II: Ballades I
Introductory Texts, Poetic Texts and Critical Notes in French and English


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Editor: Cécile Beaupain, Terence Waterhouse, Gisèle Clément
Publication Date: 2013
Collana: Opus Artis Novae
Pages: pp. 232
Size: 235x315 mm
Binding: Paperback (Soft Cover)
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2064-2
Codice: OAN 2
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The Codex J.II.9 is a volume of 159 large-framed folios of richly decorated parchment. It is composed of 302 pieces, polyphonic for the most part, belonging to very different types in both the sacred and secular fields. The present volume offers diplomatic transcriptions of the first 30 virelais and rondeaus of the last booklet of J.II.9. Although the exact date of the compilation of the pieces in this codex is not known, we do know that it was probably part of the dowry provided by Anne de Lusignan for her marriage to Louis de Savoie in 1434. Cyprus was then under french domination and the style of the songs that we find here often evoke the style of the Burgundian songs of the first third of the 15th century.
This manuscript has the particularity of having no attributions or concordances: all the pieces are unicae and anonymous. The musical styles of the songs are varied, alternating pieces of simple construction in the manner of the 3 part Burgundian song of the first third of the 15th century, with examples of the most refined and elaborate types that can exist.

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Opus Artis Novae
Polyphony in Diplomatic Transcription 1300-1500

This collection permits the understanding and the interpretation of medieval music, and contributes to making it better known while keeping as close as possible to the tools of representation and analysis of the musicians of the Middle-Ages.
The concept of diplomatic transcription, which has been adopted, combines the advantages of global vision provided by polyphony with the advantages of the essential characteristics of ancient notation.
A practical guide leads the reader and musician towards an understanding of medieval theory so as to arrive at an enlightened reading of these scores: this is the aim of this practical collection.

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