“Adieu Amours”

This program is an invitation to refinement, sweetness and the exploration of complex polyphonic compositions of Johannes Ockeghem, Johannes Ghiselin  or Jacob Obrecht and their contemporary from the “franco-flemish” movement during medieval fall.

 

Jacob OBRECHT

1457/58-1505

Fuga queque semibrevis sex equivalet sed per dyapason

Rome – Biblioteca Casanatense

Jean de OCKEGHEM

c. 1410-1497

S’elle m’amera/Petite camusecte

Chansonnier de Dijon

Johannes GHISELIN,

1491-1507

Carmen in sol

Copenhague – Kongelige Bibliotek

 

 

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VINCENET,

mort av. 1480

Fortune, par ta cruaulté

Chansonnier Cordiforme (c.1475)

Johannes TINCTORIS,

c. 1430/35-1511

De tous biens playne

Codex Segovia

Hayne Van GHIZEGHEM,

1445-1476/97

De tous biens plaine

Harmonices musices Odhecaton A, Venise, Ottaviano Pettruci, 1501

Henricus ISAAC, 1450/55-1517 Palle, palle

Codex Medici

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Johannes GHISELIN,

1491-1507

La Spagna

Motetti A, Venise, Ottaviano Pettruci, 1502

 

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ANONYME

 

Johannes MARTINI

(c. 1430/40-1497)

J’ay pris amours

Chansonnier Cordiforme (c.1475), Paris – BNF, Rothschild 2973

J’ay pris amours

Florence – Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, MS Banco Rari 229 (1491-1492)

Jacob OBRECHT La Tortorella

Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Mss. Magliabechi XIX. 164-167

 

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Henricus ISAAC (c. 1450/55-1517)

 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ

(c. 1450/55-1521)

 

ANONYME

Adiu mes amors

Hans Kotter Tabulaturbuch, Bâle – Öffentliche Bibliotek der Universität, F.IX.22

Adieu mes amours

Harmonices musices Odhecaton A (Venise, Ottaviano Pettruci, 1501)

 

Adieu mes amours

Manuscrit de Bayeux (xve s.), Paris – BNF, fr. 9346