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AbstractJohannes Ciconia, motet, 4 voices: 'Ut te per omnes celitum', 'Ingens alumpnus padue'. Francus de Insula, rondeau, 3 voices: 'Amours n'ont cure de tristesse'. ; 15th-century polyphonic music: 325 secular and religious pieces. Some anonymous pieces, others by 56 named composers, including c. 50 pieces by Guillaume Dufay. The repertoire is mainly in French, by northern composers, though the manuscript itself was made in Italy, c. 1428-36. No illustrations.
TypeManuscripts and Manuscript Illuminations
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