3 edition of De speculatione musicae. found in the catalog.
De speculatione musicae.
|Statement||Walter Odington ; translated by Jay A. Huff.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Musicological studies & documents ;, 31, Musicological studies and documents ;, 31.|
|LC Classifications||ML171 .O3 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||86115263|
Addeddate Biblio GW BMC VI , XII 63 IGI ISTC G External-identifier proquest:ita-bnc-in Identifier. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae, vol. The Motets of the Manuscripts Chantilly, musée condé, (olim ) and Modena, Biblioteca estense, alpha. M. 5, 24 (olim lat. ). Edited by U. Günther. American Institute of Musicology LXV, 70 S. Text und Noten. 2°. [BOOKS ON MUSIC]. Seller Inventory #
Jacques de Liège was the first theorist to use the word cadentia in relation to harmonic theory, preceding later such uses, as far as survivals attest, by a century and a half. The concept he developed under this term (set out in Speculum musicae, IV.l) has been connected in recent times to ideas in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century discant theory now related to the Cited by: 2. Traces of this Stave are found, as early as the beginning of the 13th century, in a MS. Tract, 'De speculatione musices,' by Walter Odington, a Monk of Evesham in Worcestershire, whose work, now preserved at Cambridge, is only second in value to that of Franco; but it does not seem to have been universally recognised until after the invention.
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AIM, MSD 31 WALTER ODINGTON (born ca. ), De speculatione musicae, part VI, trans. by Jay A. Huff (see CSM 14) [Walter Odington] on *FREE* shipping on Author: Walter Odington. Walteri Odington Summa de speculatione musicae.
[Dallas?]: American Institute of Musicology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Odington; Frederick Hammond. OCLC Number: Notes: Added t.p.: A translation of Part VI of Walter Odington's De speculatione musicae.
"Manuscript": Ms. in the library. Corpus scriptorum de musica ; 14; Subjects. Music theory. Music theory -- Music theory -- History -- Music -- Notes. Short title: De speculatione musicae. Taken from MSCorpus Christi College, in Cambridge and MS. (Ox) of the Bodleian Library at O.
Language. English Latin Dewey Number. Libraries. MSD 31 WALTER ODINGTON (born ca. ), De speculatione musicae, De speculatione musicae. book VI. Translated by Jay A. Huff. MSD 32 JEROME CARDAN, Writings on Music. Introduction, translation, and edition by Clement A.
Miller. MSD 33 FRANCHINUS GAFFURIUS (–), De Harmonia musicorum instrumentorum opus. Edited by Clement A. Miller. Speculum Musicae by Jacques de Liège (14th century) This largest surviving medieval treatise on the theory and practice of the ars antiqua, written c, contains chapters arranged in seven books.
Source: Walteri Odington, Summa de speculatione musicae, ed. Frederick F. Hammond, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 14 ([Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, ) PAMCOM Petrus de Amalfia – Compendium artis motectorum Marchecti.
De institutione musica – Book 5 (Boethius, c. ) De institutione musica (Boethius, c. ) PDF; Institutiones divinarum et sæcularium litterarum – Book 2 (Cassiodorus, mid 6th c.) 7th Century. Etymologiæ – Book 3 (Isidore of Seville, c. ) 9th Century. Alia musica (Anonymous, late 9th- early 10th c.) Commemoratio brevis de tonis.
CSM 14 WALTER ODINGTON (b. ), De speculatione musicae. Edited by Frederick F. Hammond. Edited by Frederick F. Hammond. (See MSD 31.
Walter Odington, Summa de speculatione musicae, ed. Frederick F. Hammond, Corpus scriptorum de musica 14 ([Rome], ), ; English translation adapted from Ronald Edwin Voogt, ‘Repetition and Structure in the Three- and Four-Part Conductus of the Notre Dame School’ (Ph.D. diss., Ohio State University, ), 4.
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS Walter of Oddington OSB, De speculatione musicae. Johannes de Muris, Libellus cantus mensurabilis (recensio minor). A Short Treatise on the Rule of Discant. of De speculatione musicae form one of the more conservative treatises from the time.
The short epilogue confirms that it was the author's intention to write a treatise which transmitted the traditional teachings without compromise: Et ista sufficient de musice discipline speculatione que tanto acceptiora, quanto aliorum dictis sunt concordantia. De musica book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
This is a Ph.D. dissertation. Around the time of his famous conversion inA 4/5. Jehan le Taintenier or Jean Teinturier, Latinised in Johannes Tinctoris (aka Jean de Vaerwere) (c. – ) was a Renaissance composer and music theorist from the Low is known to have studied in Orléans, and to have been master of the choir there; he also may have been director of choirboys at e he was paid through the office of petites vicars.
In the holders of two of the knights' fees were Ralph de Coughton and Ralph de Kinwarton (Liber Niger, ed. Hearne, i.and The Red Book of the Exchequer (Rolls Ser.), ). Chron. de Evesham (Rolls Ser.), Ibid. See Topography under Bengeworth. Chron. de Evesham (Rolls Ser.), See Topography.
Ibid. Adam von Fulda, German musician, composer and teacher, completed his important treatise on music in While representing a conservative, northern tradition in late-medieval music theory, it also shows some evidence of humanist influence.
The treatise is divided into four books which discuss the origins and uses of music, the theory of plainchant, mensuration and notation of Cited by: 2. A Study and Critical Commentary. of Piæ Cantiones. A Sixteenth-Century Song Collection. Eileen Hadidian. June CHAPTER V. TEXTUAL AND MUSICAL ANALYSIS.
In its original vellum binding, Piæ Cantiones is a small octavo volume, measuring 5¾ by 3¾ inches. It consists of ninety-nine folios (recto and verso) and is printed throughout in italic.
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Since Charles Burney made a detailed description of the early fourteenth-century De speculatione musicae in his A General History of Music (), the author of this great English treatise has been attributed to a certain “Walter Odington.”.