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Title
Ars subtilior Ars subtilior
Type
Audio
Genre Form
motets
masses
requiems
sound recording
Language
No linguistic content
sung or spoken text (lat)
sung or spoken text (fre)
accompanying material (eng)
accompanying material (fre)
Sung in Latin or French
Identified By
Lccn: 2008573701
Supplementary Content
historical information
Table Of Contents
L'Ars subtilior. De ma doulour / Philipoctus de Caserta (8:39) ; La flamma del to amor (2:27) ; Le ray au soleyl (1:27) / Johannes Ciconia
La harpe de mélodie / Jacob Senleches (4:08) ; Dieux gart / Guido (8:07) ; Tout par compas / Baude Cordiere (2:17) ; Fumeux fume par fumée / Solage (5:09)
L'Angleterre du XVe siècle = 15th-century England. Salve scema sanctitis-Salve salus servulorum-Cantant celi agmina / John Dunstable (6:49) ; Anna mater matris Christi / John Plummer (5:56)
L'essor de la polyphonie Franco-Flamande = The rise of Franco-Flemish polyphony. Motets isorythmiques: O gemma, lux et speculum-Sacer pastor Barensium (5:06) ; Salve flos Tusce gentis-Vos nunc, Etrusce iubar (6:10) / Guillaume Dufay ; Requiem (excerpts): Introït (4:35) ; Tractus (6:32) / Johannes Ockeghem ; Gaude caelestis Domina / Antoine Busnois (6:06) ; Je ne vis onques / Gilles Binchois (4:01)
Temporal Coverage
14-X
Authorized Access Point
Young, Crawford. Ars subtilior
Authorized Access Point Variant
Pérès, Marcel, 1956- Ars subtilior
Nevel, Paul van. Ars subtilior
Ferrara Ensemble. Ars subtilior
Ensemble organum. Ars subtilior
Orlando Consort. Ars subtilior
Hilliard Ensemble. Ars subtilior
Huelgas Ensemble. Ars subtilior