Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili
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Published by George Olms Verlag in Hildesheim .
Written in English


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In German.

Statement2. erweiterte Auflage herausgegeben von Luther A. Dittmer.
ContributionsDittmer, Luther A.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 vols
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21196706M

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OCLC Number: Notes: Vol. 1, pt. 2-v. 2 edited from Ludwig's proof sheets by Friedrich Gennrich and published in Langen bei Frankfurt as v. of Summa musicae Medii Aevi (M2.S9). A Silbenstrich (German for syllable stroke) is a short vertical stroke through part of a staff to indicate a change of syllable in a melismatic piece of the Notre Dame repertory. References This music theory article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Friedrich Ludwig (8 May – 3 October ) was a German historian, musicologist, and college name is closely associated with the exploration and rediscovery of medieval music in the 20th century, particularly the compositional techniques of the Ars Nova and the isorhythmic motet.. Life. Ludwig was born in Potsdam, and after completing the abitur at the Victoria-Gymnasium Authority control: BNE: XX, BNF: . MS 6 Southern, The Buxheim Organ Book MS 6 28 cm pp. Temporarily Out of Stock Contact Us. MS 7 Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili: Band I, ed. Ludwig MS 7 25 cm xix+ pp. Temporarily Out of Stock Contact Us. MS 8 Jacobs, Tempo Notation in Renaissance Spain.

Friedrich Ludwig, Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili, originally published incomplete (Halle, ). Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili: Bd. 1: Catalogue raisonne der Quellen, Abt. 2: Handschriften in Mensuralnotation, die Quellen der Motetten altesten Stils / besorgt von Friedrich Gennrich Ludwig, Friedrich, [ Book: ] Languages: German At UQ Library. ' Facsimile in James H. Baxter, An Old St. Andrews Music Book (Cod. Helmst. ) Published in Facsimile with an Introduction, St Andrews University Publications, no. 30 (Oxford and Paris, ). Inventories are in Friedrich Ludwig, Repertorium Organorum Recentioris et Motetorum Vetustissimi Stili. 2 vols. Various parts of Ludwig's inventories. Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili (Halle, ; 2nd ed. by Luther A. Dittmer, Hildesheim, ), I, i, p. f.

The classic catalogue of the Notre Dame and motet manuscripts is: Friedrich Ludwig, Repertorium Organorum Recentioris et Motetorum Vetustissimi Stili, 2nd expanded ed., ed. Luther Dittmer, Band I: Catalogue raisonné der Quellen, Abteilung 1: Handschriften in Quadrat-Notation (original ed. Halle: Max Niemeyer, ; this 2 Friedrich Ludwig, Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili, (Halle, o), pp. ; idem, "Die liturgischen Organa Leonins und Perotins," Riemann- Festscbrift: Gesammelte Studien, Hugo Riemann zum secbzigsten Geburtstag (Leipzig, 9o09). 8 Friedrich Ludwig’s Repertorium organorum recentioris et motetorum vetustissimi stili, 2 vols. (Halle, ; repr. and ed. Luther Dittmer, , and ), 1/–12, –23 offers the only comprehensive discussion of ordering in these motet fascicles currently in Cited by: 2. Introduction - Volume 4 - David Hiley. We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.