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Gais Et Jolis (Ballade) - Guillaume de Machaut - Chansons / Songs (CD, Album)


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  1. Ballade: Biauté qui toutes autres pere Motet: Trop plus est bele que biauté / Biauté parée de valour / Je ne sui mie certeins All works by Guillaume de Machaut (c) unless otherwise noted. RF are songs from the Remede itself. Translations of all texts will be projected as supertitles.
  2. Guillaume de Machaut Remede de Fortune / A Remedy for Fortune. Friday, March 22, at pm Ballade: Gais et jolis (instrumental) Complainte: Tieus rit au main qui au soir pleure (RF2) one of which garnered the group the Gramophone Classical Music Award for Early Music, thereby making Blue Heron the first group from outside.
  3. Guillaume de Machaut, né probablement à Machault, près de Reims, vers et mort à Reims en , est le plus célèbre compositeur et écrivain français a mené une vie dans le monde laïc, au service de mécènes et en liens étroits avec la Couronne de France, et une vie ecclésiastique en tant que chanoine de Reims.
  4. Guillaume de Machaut, Machaut also spelled Machault, (born c. , Machault, Fr.—died , Reims), French poet and musician, greatly admired by contemporaries as a master of French versification and regarded as one of the leading French composers of .
  5. From de Machaut was one of the most influential composers of the 14th century, and his secular love songs were as significant as his sacred masterpiece, the Messe de Nostre Dame. The Orlando Consort began its survey of Machaut's music with the album, Songs from Le Voir Dit, which was followed by The Dart of Love in , and A Burning Heartin , thus making.
  6. Music is included on pages of the manuscript, with almost the entire corpus of the ballades, lais and motets of Machaut, as well as his great polyphonic setting of the Mass, the four-part Messe de manuscript has never before been photographed in its entirety or reproduced in colour.".
  7. Generally acclaimed the greatest composer of the 14th century is Guillaume de so many other medieval composers, Machaut was both musician and poet. His works are preserved to a degree astonishing for the 14th century: there are manuscripts for hundreds of .
  8. Guillaume de Machaut was a Medieval French poet and composer. He is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical information is available. According to Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, Machaut was "the last great poet who was also a composer".
  9. Machaut Gais et jolis, ballade (a3) Machaut Joie, plaisence et douce nourriture (chanson royal, a1; from 'Remede de Fortune') Solage Le basile de sa propre nature (ballade, a4) Ciconia Le ray au soley! (canon, a3) Solage En l'amoureux vergier (ballade, a3).

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