2 edition of Antonio de Cabezón"s cantus-firmus compositions and transcription found in the catalog.
Antonio de Cabezón"s cantus-firmus compositions and transcription
Elinore Louise Barber
Written in English
|Statement||by Elinore Louise Barber.|
|Contributions||Cabezón, Antonio de, 1510-1566.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
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In music, a cantus firmus ("fixed song") is a pre-existing melody forming the basis of a polyphonic composition. The plural of this Latin term is cantus firmi, although the corrupt form canti firmi (resulting from the grammatically incorrect treatment of cantus as a second- rather than a fourth-declension noun) can also be found.
The Italian is often used instead: canto fermo (and the plural. Dufay first to use a secular cantus firmus melody. L'homme armé is especially well remembered today because it was so widely used by Renaissance composers as a cantus firmus for the Latin Mass.
It was probably used for this purpose more than any other secular song: over 40 settings are known. Composing a cantus firmus. Exercises in strict voice-leading, or species counterpoint, begin with a single, well formed musical line called the cantus firmus (fixed voice, or fixed melody; pl.
cantus firmi).Cantus firmus composition gives us the opportunity to engage the. In Renaissance music, the cyclic mass was a setting of the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass, in which each of the movements – Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei – shared a common musical theme, commonly a cantus firmus, thus making it a unified howtogetridofbadbreath.club cyclic mass was the first multi-movement form in western music to be subject to a single organizing principle.
In music, a cantus firmus (“fixed song”) is a pre-existing melody forming the basis of a polyphonic composition. History. The earliest polyphonic compositions almost always involved a cantus firmus, typically a Gregorian chant, although the term itself was not used until the 14th century.
Jun 09, · Cantus firmus: ‘firm melody’ – if that sounds a reassuring concept, it was probably meant to be. Polyphony – the complex interweaving of independent voices – took off in European music after the invention of musical notation.
Antonio Cabezon alias Antonio de Cabezón (Spanish), also Cabezon, Felix Antonio a.k.a Cabecon, Antonio de, and also De Cabezon, Antonio was an extremely popular keyboard composer, organist and clavichord player of the 16th century. Start studying Quiz The Middle Ages and Renaissance. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Nov 15, · This CD is part of the superb series on the music of Philippe Rogier, performed by the vocal group Magnificat directed by Philip Cave. Rogier was one of the very finest of late renaissance Franco-Flemish composers, a versatile genius so highly regarded in his time that at the age of only 25 he attained the remarkable position of maestro de capilla at the court of King Philip II of Spain.5/5(1).
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Dans la musique médiévale et celle de la Renaissance, le cantus firmus (chant fixe, autour duquel tout s'ordonne) est une mélodie préexistante (généralement religieuse mais aussi profane) servant de base à une polyphonie.
Sur le plan pédagogique et théorique, dans le cadre de l'étude de l'écriture musicale, il s'agit d'une mélodie, le plus souvent assez brève et écrite en. The two primary exceptions to this, the Vpres des Ftes du Commun de la Ste-Vierge (Op) and Le Chemin de la Croix (Op.
29), were both initially conceived .