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Title The San Lorenzo Palimpsest, Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo, Ms. 2211 : introductory study and multispectral images / edited by Andreas Janke and John Nádas.

Published Lucca, Italy : Libreria Musicale Italiana, [2016]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank CE  782.50945 SANL  v.1    LIB USE ONLY
 UniM Southbank CE  782.50945 SANL  v.2    LIB USE ONLY
Physical description 1 score (2 volumes (xiii, 123 pages, clxxxx leaves)) ; 33 cm.
Series Ars nova ; nuova serie IV.
Ars nova (Lucca, Italy) ; nuova serie, 4.
Notes Collection of more than 200 secular polyphonic compositions, prepared in Florence at the beginning of the 15th century.
Extensive introduction in English.
Contents V. I. Introductory study -- V. II. Multispectral images.
Summary The San Lorenzo Palimpsest is an important Florentine music manuscript of the early 15th century. The music of the manuscript was erased later in the decade, and the parchment re-used as an administrative ledger. Aspects of the music were discovered in 1980, and now a facsimile can be presented in full with the use of multispectral imaging. This edition is in two clothbound volumes; the first volume contains an introductory study, while the second contains the facsimile. Includes works by Antonio Zacara da Teramo, Bartolino da Padova, Bernard de Cluny, Donato da Firenze, Francesco Landini, Magister Franciscus, Gherardello da Firenze, Giovanni da Cascia, Giovanni Mazzuoli, Grimace, Guillaume de Machaut, Humbertus de Salinis, Jacob de Senleches, Jacopo da Bologna, Paolo da Firenze, Philippe Rollart, Philippe de Vitry, Piero Mazzuoli, Ugolino da Orvieto, and Vincenzo da Rimini, along with some unidentified works.
Language notes Neumatic notation.
Staff notation.
Italian, Latin, and French words.
Other author Janke, Andreas, 1979- editor.
Nádas, John Louis, editor.
Zachara da Teramo, Antonio, composer.
Bartolino, da Padova, active 1365-1405, composer.
Bernard, of Cluny, active 11th century, composer.
Donato, da Cascia, active 14th century, composer.
Landini, Francesco, approximately 1325-1397, composer.
Andrieu, F., active 14th century, composer.
Gherardello, da Firenze, -1362 or 1363, composer.
Johannes, de Florentia, active 1340-1350, composer.
Mazzuoli, Giovanni, approximately 1360-1426, composer.
Grimace, active 1350-1375, composer.
Guillaume, de Machaut, approximately 1300-1377, composer.
Hymbert, de Salinis, active 1403-1409, composer.
Jacob, de Senleches, active 1378-1395, composer.
Jacopo, da Bologna, active 14th century, composer.
Paolo, da Firenze, approximately 1355- composer.
Royllart, Philippus, active 14th century, composer.
Vitry, Philippe de, 1291-1361, composer.
Mazzuoli, Piero, -1430, composer.
Ugolino, di Orvieto, active 15th century, composer.
Vincenzo, da Rimini, active 14th century.
Subject San Lorenzo (Church : Florence, Italy) Archivio del Capitolo. Manuscript. Ms. 2211.
Part songs.
Music -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Music -- Italy -- 15th century -- History and criticism.
Spectral imaging.
Part songs.
Chamber music.
ISBN 9788870968521 ( sl.cs.)