4 edition of Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum Musicae (Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen,) found in the catalog.
Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum Musicae (Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen,)
F. Joseph Smith
by Institute of Mediaeval Music, Ltd.
Written in English
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In music theory, the tritone is defined as a musical interval composed of three adjacent whole tones (six semitones). [page needed] For instance, the interval from F up to the B above it (in short, F–B) is a tritone as it can be decomposed into the three adjacent whole tones F–G, G–A, and A–ing to this definition, within a diatonic scale there is only one tritone for each . The Code of Maimonides, Book III, Treatise 8: Sanctification of the New Moon by Solomon Gandz. The Code of Maimonides, Book III, Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum Musicae by Roger Bragard. Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum Musicae by Roger Bragard (pp. ) Review by: Willi Apel DOI: /
Nobody is able to chant from chant-books unless one knows the figures or notes by which clefs and sounds are signified. Speculum musicae. 14c. Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed. Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 3/6 (Rome, ) SMA. Thus, the connection between music and text goes beyond its joint praxis: it lends structural elements from its main vehicle (text), engendering a true corpus grammaticae musicae. In general terms, this principle resulted in parameters from both synchronic and diachronic dimensions, i.e., a specific set of intervals with a particular melodic.
Compendium de musica, dans Joseph Smits van WAESBERGHE et alii (éd.), Jacobi Leodiensis Tractatus de consonantiis musicalibus, Tractatus de intonatione tonorum, Compendium de musica, Divitiae musicae artis, A/IXa, Buren, Knuf, ANONYME ([XVe s.] a). , F. Joseph Smith, Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, page The sixth tone forms an enneachord (C-d) and does not contain a diapente under its proper ending, but rather (again) a .
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 3 volumes illustrations 25 cm. Contents: [Volume I]. Jacobus and the Speculum musicae --The division of the Speculum musicae --The Speculum and its real purpose --The meaning of the term, Speculum --Concepts basic to the understanding of the concept of consonance, dissonance --The.
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Joseph Smith et al. Iacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae I ;: A commentary (Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen) Unknown Binding – January 1, by F. Joseph Smith (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Beyond your wildest dreams.
From DC & Neil Gaiman, The Sandman arises only on Audible. Author: F. Joseph Smith. Speculum Musicae: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, F. Joseph. Iacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae I. Institute of Mediaeval Music [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Jacobus (von Lüttich) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Iacobus de Ispania (James of Hesbaye; died after ) was a music theorist active in the southern Low Countries who compiled The Mirror of Music (Latin: Speculum musicae) during the second quarter of the 14th the discovery of his full name, scholars designated him Jacques de Liège (Latin: Iacobus Leodiensis).The Speculum musicae, the longest surviving.
Speculum musicae, Liber secundus Source: Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed. Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol.
3/2 ([Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, ), 1– Used by permission. The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music.
For nearly a century, its author has been known as Jacques de Liège or Jacobus Leodiensis. ‘Jacobus’ is certain, fixed by an acrostic declared within the text; Liège is hypothetical, based on evidence shown here to be less than secure.
Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum Musicae, ed. Roger Bragard, Corpus Scriptorum de Musica 3 (Rome: American Institute of Musicology, ),57, 99,Bragard Source: Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed.
Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 3/6 (Rome ) Summa de speculatione musice by Walter Odington (14th century) Walter Odington was an English theorist active in the first quarter of the fourteenth century. 10 Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed. Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica 3, vol.
7 ([Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, ), A parallel passage uses ‘inserunt’: ‘a se repellunt cantus antiquos organicos, conductos, motellos, hoketos duplices, contraduplices et triplices, nisi quod aliquos illorum inserunt in. Roger Bragard outlines the confusion over the authorship of Speculum musicae in ‘Le speculum musicae du compilateur Jacques de Lie`ge I’, Musica disciplina, 7 (), 82– Speculum musicae has been edited in full in Jacobus Leodiensis, Speculum musicae, ed.
Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica 3 (n.p., –73) (hereafter SM). MS 43 Smith, Jacobi Leodiensis, Speculum Musicae, A Commentary, III MS 43 24 cm [vi]+ pp.
Temporarily Out of Stock Contact Us. MS 44 Gillingham, Saint-Martial Polyphony MS 44 29 cm [viii]+ pp. Temporarily Out of Stock Contact Us. For further titles in this series, consult the Homepage for the IMM. 'Zayaruznaya's book provides compelling new insights into one of the most prominent and least understood genres of late-medieval music.' Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae.
Edited by Roger Bragard. 7 vols in 8. CSM 3. Rome: American Institute of Musicology, – Jerome. The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned.
Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and mathematics. For nearly a century, its author has been.
Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed. d // Corpus scriptorum de musica III. — [Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, — (критическое издание). Ballke J. Untersuchungen zum sechsten Buch des Speculum musicae des Jacobus von Lüttich unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Tetrachord- und Moduslehre.
1– Jacobus Leodiensis – Speculum musicae, Liber septimus (jacsp7) [+] Jacobus Leodiensis. Jacobi Leodiensis Tractatus de consonantiis musicalibus, Tractatus de intonatione tonorum, Compendium de musica. Source: Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed. Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol.
3/2 ([Rome]: American Institute of Musicology, ), – [+] Jacobus Leodiensis – Speculum musicae, Liber tertius (jacsp3a).
Source: F. Alberto Gallo, Mensurabilis musicae tractatuli, Antiquae musicae italicae scriptores, vol. 1 (Bologna: Università degli Studi de Bologna, Istituto di Studi Musicali e Teatrali - Sez.
Musicologia, ), found: Smith, F. Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, t.p. (Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae) v. 3, p. 1 (Jacques de Liège). Skip to Main Content. The book's final chapter draws together the English and Spanish threads of the story and ties up several loose ends that all point to Magister Jacobus de Ispania as both the nephew of Eleanor of Castile and the author of the Speculum musicae." Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed.
R. Bragard, Corpus Scriptorum de Musica 3 (Rome, –73), vii, pp–6 (hereafter SM). An English translation of book 7 is now available: Jacobus de Ispania, The mirror of music book the seventh, trans. R. C. Wegman (Lexington, KY, ).Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae Josephus Flavius. Jewish Antiquities, book I.
English translation by H.S.J. Thackeray, Lon-don Rudimentu musices, Vitebergae apud Geor. Rhaw, Subjects and.