Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Misc. 213

Title:
Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Misc. 213
Library:
Bodleian Library
Language:
French, Italian, Latin
City:
OXFORD, Great Britain
Shelf Mark:
MS. Canon. Misc. 213
Origin:
Northern Italy (probably near Venice)
Dimensions:
140 paper folios -- ca. 292 x 225 mm.
Date Description:
1428-1436
Content:
In addition to sacred music and motets, this it the most extensive collection of secular songs from the first half of the fifteenth century -- Contains rondeaux, virelais, ballades, chansons, ballate, masses, and motets -- Includes works by Dufay, Binchois, Hugo and Arnold de Lantins, Cordier, Guillaume and Johannes Legrant, Malbecque, Loqueville, and Lebertoul -- There is an alphabetical Index at the beginning of the manuscript, numbering the items in the order in the original manuscript.
Hand:
humanist cursive
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
rather crudely decorated initials
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Hesburgh Library Music Collection (2nd Floor) M 2 .L2818 v.1
Commentary Volume:
No
Nature of Facsimile:
Complete full-size photographic reproduction -- Monochrome.
Series:
Late medieval and early Renaissance music in facsimile, 1
Publication Date:
1995
Place of Publication:
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
Notes:
Inventory and indices. Other names: David Fallows.
Type of Text:
chant, mixed, religious, secular, vernacular, verse