Frammenti musicali del Trecento nell’incunabolo Inv. 15755 N.F
della Biblioteca del Dottorato dell’Università degli Studi di Perugia
2004, cm 21,5 x 30,5, XII-166 pp. con es. mus. n.t. e 29 ill. f.t. a colori.
- About this book
The notational style as well as the repertory contained in this manuscript indicate that it may well be the oldest known document of the Italian Ars Nova. The main fragment contains five unique, otherwise unknown pieces of the ‘Ordinarium’, including a ‘Credo’ which begins in Latin and, after the words "homo factus est", continues in the vernacular. Other fragments are evidence that further madrigals and motets by Jacopoe da Bologna occur in another part of the same manuscript.