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Polyphonia sacra;
a continental miscellany of the fifteenth century,
edited by Ch. van den Borren.

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Main Author: Van den Borren, Charles, 1874-1966
Language(s): Latin
Published: Nashdom Abbey, Burnham, Bucks., and 1932.
Subjects: Part songs, Sacred.
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Note: Includes compositions by Antonius de Civitate, Ar. de Ructis, Arnoldus de Lantins, Bartholomeus de Bononia, Bartholomeus Brollo, Beltrame Feragu, Billart, Binchois, Carmen, Cesaris, Chierisy, Franchoys Lebertoul, Gilet Velut, Johannes Brasart, Johannes Ciconia, Johannes de Quatris, Johannes de Sarto, Johannes Franchois, Guillaume Legrant, Nicolaus Grenon, Nicolaus Zacharie. Richardus Loqueville, Ubertus de Psalinis, Ugo de Lantins, P. del Zocholo, and anonymous composers.
"These transcriptions are designed as a completion to those of Sir John Stainer published in 1898 under the title of Dufay and his contemporaries."--Introd.
Caption title: Latin compositions of the Bodleian ms Canonici misc., transcribed by Charles van den Borren.
Physical Description: 2 p. l., lv p.; 294 p. (music) illus. (music) 31 x 25cm.
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