Opera Omnia Faugues

Title:
Opera Omnia Faugues
Library:
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Biblioteca Capitolare, Biblioteca Estense, Castello del Buon Consiglio
Language:
Latin
City:
CITTA DEL VATICANO (VATICAN CITY, Vatikanstadt), VERONA, Italy, MODENA, Italy., TRENT, Italy
Shelf Mark:
Trent--Ms. 88, Ms. 91; Vatican--Cappella Sistina Ms. 51, Ms. 14; Verona--Ms. DCCLXI; Modena--alpha M. 1.13 (olim Lat. 456)
Date Description:
15th-16th centuries
Author:
Faugues (fl. ca. 1460–1475) composer in Bourges, France --
Content:
Six masses gathered from excerpts of six manuscripts -- list of masses, component parts, and their manuscript parts on pp X-XII -- Mass titles: Le Serviteur, La Basse Danse, L'Homme armé, Je suis en le mer
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
Cappella Sistina 14 & 15, Verona DCCLXI: Flourished calligraphic initials, some flourishes form faces and plant life, most two lines high -- Cappella Sistina 14: four-line painted initial K, medallion picturing knight in bottom section, background with small vegetal decoration (p.46) -- Cappella Sistina 51: three-line painted initial K, foliate ends, partial colored background (p.21) -- Modena alpha M 1.13: one-line painted initials, very dark in reproduction
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Hesburgh Library Music Collection (2nd Floor)M 2 .P95 no. 7 ( + corrigenda in pocket)
Commentary Volume:
No
Nature of Facsimile:
monochrome -- photographic -- compilation
Series:
Publications of Mediaeval Musical Manuscripts, 7
Publication Date:
1959
Place of Publication:
Brooklyn, New York, NY, USA
Publisher:
Institute of Mediaeval Music
Notes:
Other names: George C. Schuetze, Jr. (introduction) Library notes: 2 manuscripts can be found in Castello del Buon Consiglio (Trent); 2 manuscripts can be found in Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cappella Sistina (Vatican City)
Type of Text:
liturgical, polyphony, religious