This has been overseen by Besseler and other scholars because of the melodic similarities between the various text parts. It creates thus a sense of extreme "completeness" of each movement and in the end of the whole Mass, notwithstanding its extraordinarily variegated texture. The Mass opens we the 8 measure long polyphonic headmotif that will reappear at the opening of each of the five main sections. Kyrie: The anomalous form of the Kyrie presents a serious problem: Only two polyphonic versions of the first Kyrie group and the Christe group are documentad, with differing "montage" in the various Mss. Ta produce three invocations we would have to introduce alternatim practice against which several arguments can he held: 1. Musically, both the second Kyrie and Chaste invocations are typically middle sections of three and not final 2.
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Streams Videos All Posts. Be influential, thou most graceful, and always plead with Christ for us. Supremum est mortalibus bonum. In both interpolations, which are punctuated by unexpected shifts to C minor, Dufay makes the devotional tone of the motet a deeply caelogum one: Introspection Late Night Partying.
This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since Stylistically it distinguishes itself from earlier motet styles in its use of the cantus firmus. This sung prayer has long occupied a prominent place in western music history on account of the deeply expressive nature of its utterance, clearly audible to us more than five centuries after its composition. For more information, contact us at the following address: Perhaps the most distinctive aspects of the piece, however, are the personalized interpolations with which Dufay tropes the antiphon text.
Vale, valde decora Et pro nobis sancte Christi exora. Hail holy root from whom came light for the world. Ave regina caelorum composer.
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Even more startling than the personal tropes, added to the standard words of the Marian antiphon, is the nature of their musical settings. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. La performance aura lieu le jour suivant. To be sure, its use of the tenor cantus firmus holds the entire polyphonic structure together and lends the motet its overall shape. Our research has never had any government or institutional funding, so if you found the information here useful, please consider making a donation.
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Share on facebook twitter tumblr. It is almost as if Dufay is consciously appealing to the prayers—and sensibilities—of a future age, one which, like presumably his own, could not fail to miss the poignancy of his utterance. Gaude gloriosa Super omnes speciosa. The site is also available in several languages. Gaude gloriosa, super omnes speciosa, Miserere, miserere supplicanti Dufay sitque in conspectu tuo mors eius speciosa.
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Ave Regina Caelorum
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Ave Regina caelorum, antiphon for 4 voices
Its popularity perhaps derives from its position near the juncture between the architectonic approach to form inherited from the isorhythmic motet of de Vitry and Machaut in the fourteenth century and the more flowing and expressive contours that would characterize vocal music of the mature Renaissance. To be sure, its use of the tenor cantus firmus holds the entire polyphonic structure together and lends the motet its overall shape. As exemplified in the work under consideration, this trend toward greater expressivity became more pronounced in the so-called "tenor motet," which was not obligated to meet the same liturgical demands as the mass. The Ave regina caelorum, which is usually given the Roman numeral designation "III" to distinguish it from two earlier motets on the same antiphon, was composed sometime before , the year in which it was copied into a manuscript at Cambrai. Stylistically it distinguishes itself from earlier motet styles in its use of the cantus firmus. In fact, at the beginning of the motet, before the tenor even enters with the cantus firmus, the three other voices take turns "foreshadowing" the antiphon melody; thus, when the tenor finally appears, the cantus firmus does not seem like a sturdy structural pillar so much as the natural outgrowth of a series of imitative entries.
Ave Regina caelorum (Dufay)