Speculum Musicae

Jacques de Liege and the medieval vision of God
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Iacobus de Ispania (James of Hesbaye; died after ) was a music theorist active in the southern Low Countries who compiled The Mirror of Music (Latin: Speculum musicae) during the second quarter of the 14th the discovery of his full name, scholars designated him Jacques de Liège (Latin: Iacobus Leodiensis).The Speculum musicae, the longest surviving medieval work on music.

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Speculum musicae (SMUS) The series is to consist of important musicological monographs and miscellanea covering the whole range of music history from. In Book 7 of Speculum musicae, Jacobus recalls having ‘heard’ (again ‘audivisse’) something.

New light on Jacobus, author of Speculum musicae 21 In its structure, content and style, Speculum musicae suggests the kind of learning one would have attained through.

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The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned.

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Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and by: 4. Speculum Musicae is an American chamber ensemble dedicated to the performance of contemporary classical was founded in New York City in and is particularly noted for its performances of the music of Elliott Carter and Charles Joel Marangella and cellist Fred Sherry were two of the group's founding members, and Robert Black was also a long-time ity control: BNF: cb (data), ISNI:.

The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music. For nearly a century, its author has been known as Jacques de Liège or Jacobus Leodiensis.

‘Jacobus’ is certain, fixed by an acrostic declared within the text; Liège is hypothetical, based on evidence shown here to be less than secure.

The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned. Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and mathematics.

The book's final chapter draws together the English and Spanish threads of the story and ties up several loose ends that all point to Magister Jacobus de Ispania as both the nephew of Eleanor of Castile and the author of the Speculum musicae.

Book Description The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned.

Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and.

contents and the context of the Speculum musicae, substantial questions remain.2 A fresh consideration of the seventh book of the Speculum musicae - the book devoted to Jacobus' polemic against the ars nova - suggests that fundamental features of this polemic await clarification.

The surviving texts of medieval treatises, together with their 'metadata' (prohemiums, explicits, marginalia, etc.) are often the richest sources of information about their unately, the 'Jacobus' who completed a monumental Speculum musicae in the s is remarkably cagey about his identity, limiting himself to indicating in the Prohemium that his first name may be obtained by Author: Stefano Mengozzi.

Other articles where Speculum musicae is discussed: Ars Nova: theorist Jacques de Liège, whose Speculum musicae (“The Mirror of Music”) extolls the virtues of the older masters of the Ars Antiqua. 1 Concerning the authorship of the Speculum musicae and the identity of its author, see Desmond, Karen 's, ‘ New Light on Jacobus, Author of Speculum musicae ’, Plainsong & Medieval Music, 9 / 1 (), 19 – The Prohemium and chapters 45–48 to of the seventh book of the Speculum indicate the tone and approach of Jacobus's treatment.

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Indeed, since this book was written doubt has been cast over James’s authorship of the Speculum musicae. In a recent article ‘Jacobus de Ispania and Liège’ (Journal of the Alamire Foundation, viii, ), Rob Wegman cites the use of variants of the word Ispania in reference to Hesbaye, an area which spanned a number of monastic centres Author: Philippa Ovenden.

The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned. Only the final two books are about music as commonly understood: the other five invite further work by students of scholastic philosophy, theology and : Taylor And Francis.

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By Will Crutchfield but the young British composer's ''Concertante in Moto Perpetuo,'' which won the liveliest audience response Monday at Speculum Musicae's Merkin. In chapter 27 of the last book of his Speculum musice, Jacobus faults an unnamed theorist for misattributing some ars nova doctrine to the ars antiqua ; he then excuses the offense by explaining that the oldest ars nova theory might already seem old to current practitioners.

This passage and several others suggest that Jacobus was writing at a time when the ars nova was hardly new. Speculum musicae, 3. Publications of the Pietro Antonio Locatelli Foun-dation.

Amsterdam and Cremona: Brepols, xii + pp. ISBN 2 A reception history of the first 30 years of La clemenza di Tito that does not take into consideration its premiere in Prague on 6 Septemberthe sole pro. Speculum musicae, Liber secundus Source: Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed.

Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 3/2 ([Rome]: American Institute. Speculum Musicae, the New York new-music group, played pieces by the Finnish composers Kaija Saariaho and Magnus Lindberg, and by two Danes, Bent Sorensen and Poul Ruders. Elliott Carter - Speculum Musicae With Katherine Ciesinski, Jon Garrison, Patrick Mason (2), Jan Opalach, Christine Schadeberg - The Vocal Works () ‎.

Speculum musicae, Liber septimus Source: Jacobi Leodiensis Speculum musicae, ed.

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Roger Bragard, Corpus scriptorum de musica, vol. 3/7 ([Rome]: American Institute. In this book, edited by Roberto Illiano and Massimiliano Sala, twenty-four scholars investigate the relationship between music and dictatorship in twentieth-century Europe and Latin America.

The music is explored as a political phenomenon in fifteen nations under totalitarian regimes: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, France, Greece, Germany. The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned.

(Speculum musicae, book VII, chapter 27) My new book Music and the moderni, The ars nova in theory and practice, which was published by Cambridge University Press last month, explores the writings, music, and interactions of the main ars nova protagonists, and identifies and explains what was at stake for them (and the rest of us).Speculum Musicae performing the music of Druckman, Wen-Chung, Rakowski, Takemitsu and Wuorinen at Merkin Concert Hall on Monday night, Decem This image;From left; Curtis Macomber (violin), Aleck Karis (piano), Chris Finckel (cello) and Allen Blustine (clarinet) performing Chou Wen-Chung's "Windswept Peaks.".Lucidarium – Book 16 (Marchetto da Padova, c.

) Notitia artis musicæ (Johannes de Muris, c. ) Pomerium (Marchetto da Padova, c. ) Speculum musicæ – Book 1 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.) Speculum musicæ – Book 2 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.) Speculum musicæ – Book 3 (Jacobus of Liège, mid 14th c.).