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ktc1917
Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Seria: Olive Music
Seria: Codaex Chantilly
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1917
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2016
EAN: 8711801019178
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Rodzaj: ballada, rondo

Codex Chantilly 3

Etcetera - KTC 1917
Kompozytor
Wykonawcy
Tetraktys
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Diapason 5
 
Biblioteque du chateau de Chantilly
Ms. 564

1] TOUT PAR COMPAS 02:54 M. Baude Cordier, Fol. 12 Rondeau/Canon
2] BELLE BONNE SAGE 05:49 Cordier, Fol. 11v Rondeau
3] PASSEROSE DE BEAUTE 11:45 Trebor, Fol. 21 Ballade
4] JE CHANTE UNG CHANT 06:53 M(atheus) de S(an)c(t)o Jo(hanne), Fol. 16 Rondeau (isorhythmic)
5] TRES DOUCE PLAYSANT FIGURE 03:29 Anon. Fol. 14 Virelai - Instrumental
6] PAR LES BONS GEDEON 07:37 [Philipoctus de Caserta], Fol. 45v Ballade
7] ROSES ET LIS AY VEU 11:59 Mag(iste)r Egidius Aug(ustin)us, Fol. 22 Ballade
8] OR TOST A EUX VOUS ASSEMBLES 03:45 Pykini, Fol. 55 Virelai
9] INCLITE FLOS ORTI GEBENNENSIS 02:40 Mayhuet de Joan, Fol. 41 Ballade
10] LE MONT AON DE TRACE 15:29 Solage?, Fol. 22v Ballade
This recording, the third CD of Tetraktys’ Chantilly codex project, contains the book’s two most famous works. These are the two Baude Cordier “picture songs,” and they are famous more for how they look than for how they sound. Currently bound at the start of the music section of the manuscript, one, “Belle bonne sage,” is notated on staves drawn in the shape of a heart, and the other, “Tout par compas,” is notated on staves drawn in the shape of a circle. These beautiful, playful pages are two of only four chansons notated in picture form to have survived from the middle ages. The other two picture pieces are the anonymous “En la maison Dedalus,” another circle representing the mythological Labyrinth, now bound as part of a music theory manuscript in the Music Library of the University of California, Berkeley, and the fully-painted copy of “La Harpe de Mellodie” by Senleches, with its notes on staves drawn to represent the strings of a harp (“La Harpe de Mellodie” was copied in the Chantilly codex too, but on normal staves), now bound in a manuscript in Chicago’s Newberry Library.

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