A chronology of the compositions of Guillaume de Machaut
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Published by Cornell University in Ithaca, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Guillaume, -- de Machaut, -- ca. 1300-1377 -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Elizabeth Ann Keitel.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML410.G956 K45 1976a
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 131 leaves
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14746883M

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Guillaume de Machaut (também Machau ou Machault; Machault (?), c. – Reims, abril de ) foi um compositor e poeta se sabe de sua família e seus primeiros anos são obscuros, mas recebeu sólida educação musical, literária e humanistica em Reims e u sua carreira servindo João de Luxemburgo, rei da Boêmia, mais tarde trabalhando para sua filha Bona de Origem: Machault?   Quant en moy -- Guillaume de Machaut (c. - ) (Paroles ce-dessous/lyrics below) Motet Isorythmique de Guillaume de Machaut. Remarquez le rythme complexe des voix et .   Guillaume de Machaut, sometimes spelt Machault (c–), was an important mediaeval French poet and composer. Guilllaume de Machaut was "the last great poet who was also a composer," in the words of the scholar Daniel Leech-Wilkinson. This CD contains excerpts of the monophonic compositions by Guillaume de Machaut. They stand out by their modernity, the poetic quality of the texts and their musical as well as their literary expressivity. The texts The subjects of the songs are life (Dame Fortune), love and a 5/5(1).

  Guillaume de Machaut, John White, New York Pro Musica - Ah Sweet Lady - The Romance of Medieval France. Chansons, Ballades and Virelais of Guillaume de Marchaut and Anonymous Compositions of the 13th Century - Music5/5(2). Machaut's other compositions.'3 Moreover, if one assumes that he 9 See my reservations about the "growing contents" methodology, "A Chronology of the Compositions of Guillaume de Machaut Based on a Study of Fascicle-Manuscript Structure in the Larger Manuscripts" (Ph.D. diss., Cornell University, ), pp. 10 "Chronology," p.   Le Voir Dit is one of the most fascinating of the works left by the celebrated poet-composer Guillaume de Machaut (d. ), and at the same time, as John Stevens has said, ‘one of the most curious documents of the [fourteenth] century’.Through lines of narrative, sixty-two lyrics in all the main forms (nine of them set to music), and forty-six letters which include comments on the Cited by: Guillaume de Machaut Timeline created by josecarlosrubio. In Music. Jan 1, Birth of Guillaume de Machaut C Machaut was born and raised in the region of Reims. Aug 7, Guillaume royalty Elected as secretary to John 1, Count of Luxembourg Oct 8, He was appointed canon He was named canon of Verdun in , Arras in and.