Music of the Trecento
The Trecento was a period of vigorous activity in Italy in the arts, including painting, architecture, literature, and music. The music of the Trecento paralleled the achievements in the other arts in...
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Francesco Landini
Questa fanciull', Amor - Francesco Landini (1330 ca. - 1397) Questa fanciull', Amor, fàllami pia, Che m'ha ferito 'l cor nella tuo via. Tu m'a', fanciulla, s...
Ars subtilior
La Harpe de melodie - Jacob de Senleches (XVème siècle) La Harpe de melodie, Faite sanz merancholie Par plaisir, Doit bien chescun resjoïr Pour l'armonie Oïr...
Music of the Trecento - Francesco Landini: Amor c'al tuo sugetto
Italian composer and organist, blind from an early age, He was organist at S. Lorenzo in Florence between 1369 and 1396, and in 1379 was paid 9 solidi for wr...
Ars nova - Questa fanciull', Amor - Francesco Landini
Questa fanciull', Amor - Francesco Landini (1330 ca. - 1397) Questa fanciull', Amor, fàllami pia, Che m'ha ferito 'l cor nella tuo via. Tu m'a', fanciulla, s...
Jacopo da Bologna
Jacopo da Bologna (fl. 13401360) was an Italian composer of the trecento, the period sometimes known as the Italian ars nova. He was one of the first compose...
Johannes Ciconia
Johannes Ciconia(c. 1335 - 1411) Franco-Flemish composer of vocal music, active mostly in Italy. Ciconia was one of the most important composers of the gener...
Guillaume de Machaut
Agnus Dei - dalla Messe de Notre Dame cantato dai solisti dell' Ensemble Gilles Binchois.
Instrumental Music of the Trecento: Trotto - YouTube
Dec 5, 2008 ... played on recorder by Ernst Stolz From a manuscript in the British Library ( London Add.29987) Voor Ria: Dank je wel! This music from around ...
Guillaume de Machaut - Messe de Notre Dame
Agnus Dei - dalla Messe de Notre Dame cantato dai solisti dell' Ensemble Gilles Binchois.
Guillaume de Machaut - Je Vivroie Liemente
ANIMA, or Grupo ANIMA, developes a unique musical language based on an extensive research into the culture of Brazilian communities that are partially or tot...
Ars antiqua
Ars antiqua, also called ars veterum or ars vetus, is a term used by modern scholars to refer to the music of Europe of the late Middle Ages between approximately 1170, and 1310, covering the period o...
Ars nova
Ars nova refers to a musical style which flourished in France and the Burgundian Low Countries in the Late Middle Ages: more particularly, in the period between the preparation of the Roman de Fauvel ...
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Francesco Landini
Francesco degli Organi, Francesco il Cieco, or Francesco da Firenze, called by later generations Francesco Landini or Landino (c. 1325 or 1335 – September 2, 1397) was an Italian composer, organ...
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Andrea da Firenze
Andrea da Firenze (died 1415), also known as Andreas da Florentia or Andrea de' Servi, was a Florentine composer and organist of the late medieval era. Along with Francesco Landini and Paolo da Firenz...
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Paolo da Firenze
Paolo da Firenze (Paolo Tenorista, "Magister Dominus Paulas Abbas de Florentia") (c. 1355 – after September 20, 1436) was an Italian composer and music theorist of the late 14th and early 15th c...
Guillaume de Machaut
Guillaume de Machaut ([gi'jom də ma'ʃo]; sometimes spelled Machault; c. 1300 – April 1377) was a medieval French poet and composer. He is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical...
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Ars subtilior
Ars subtilior (more subtle art) is a musical style characterized by rhythmic and notational complexity, centered on Paris, Avignon in southern France, also in northern Spain at the end of the fourteen...
Jacopo da Bologna
Jacopo da Bologna (fl. 1340 – c. 1386) was an Italian composer of the Trecento, the period sometimes known as the Italian ars nova. He was one of the first composers of this group, making him a ...
Egardus
Egardus, alternatively Engardus or Johannes Echgaerd, was a European composer of music in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries. Almost no information survives about his life, and only thr...
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Donato da Cascia
Donato da Cascia (also da Firenze or da Florentia) (fl. c. 1350 – 1370) was an Italian composer of the Trecento. All of his surviving music is secular, and the largest single source is the Squa...
Notre Dame school
The Notre Dame school or the Notre Dame School of Polyphony refers to the group of composers working at or near the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris from about 1160 to 1250, along with the music they pro...
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Marchetto da Padova
Marchetto da Padova (Marchettus of Padua; b. 1274?; fl. 1305 – 1319) was an Italian music theorist and composer of the late medieval era. His innovations in notation of time-values were fundame...
Lorenzo da Firenze
Lorenzo Masi, known as Lorenzo da Firenze (Magister Laurentius de Florentia) (d. December 1372 or January 1373), was an Italian composer and music teacher of the Trecento. He was closely associated w...
Giovanni da Cascia
Giovanni da Cascia, also Jovannes de Cascia, Johannes de Florentia, Maestro Giovanni da Firenze, was an Italian composer of the medieval era, active in the middle of the fourteenth century.Virtually n...
Gherardello da Firenze
Gherardello da Firenze (also Niccolò di Francesco or Ghirardellus de Florentia) (c. 1320-1325 – 1362 or 1363) was an Italian composer of the Trecento. He was one of the first composers of the period s...
Maestro Piero
Maestro Piero (Magister Piero, Piero) (b. before 1300, d. shortly after 1350) was an Italian composer of the late medieval era. He was one of the first composers of the Trecento who is known by name,...
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Matteo da Perugia
Matteo da Perugia (fl. 1400–1416) was a Medieval Italian composer, presumably from Perugia. From 1402 to 1407 he was the first magister cappellae of the Milan Cathedral; his duties included being cant...
Johannes Ciconia
Johannes Ciconia (c. 1370 – between 10 June and 13 July 1412) was a composer and music theorist of the late Middle Ages. He was born in Liège, but worked most of his adult life in Italy, ...
Bartolino da Padova
Bartolino da Padova (also "Magister Frater Bartolinus de Padua") (fl. ca. 1365 – ca. 1405) was an Italian composer of the late 14th century. He is a representative of the stylistic period known ...
Zacara da Teramo
Antonio "Zacara" da Teramo (in Latin Antonius Berardi Andree de Teramo, also Zacar, Zaccara, Zacharie, Zachara, and Çacharius; b. probably between 1350 and 1360 – d. between May 19, 1413 and mid...
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