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The polyphonic rondeau c1300: repertory and context

Everist, Mark (1996) The polyphonic rondeau c1300: repertory and context Early Music History, 15, pp. 59-96. (doi:10.1017/S0261127900001522).

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Abstract

Any explanation of the emerging polyphonic chanson in the years before 1330 must negotiate varied repertories and compositions. One of the central genres in such a study would be the polyphonic rondeau. It is characterised by a musico-poetic structure more or less analogous to the rondeau of the later fourteenth century, but also by three-part music – mostly syllabic, note-against-note – that is copied in score. Our view of these sorts of compositions is dominated by the works of Adam de la Halle, whose sixteen score-notated polyphonic settings of vernacular lyrics are preserved in a manuscript now in the Bibliothèque Nationale (F-Pn), MS fr. 25566

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Published date: 1996
Keywords: polyphonic, rondeau, 1300, fourteenth, thirteenth, century, everist, repertory, context

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Local EPrints ID: 67506
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/67506
ISSN: 1474-0559
PURE UUID: 1ae6489f-a7b3-4327-9b0d-371dc1bd1a4d

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Date deposited: 27 Aug 2009
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:19

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