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Ars antiqua, also called ars veterum or ars vetus, is a term used by modern scholars to refer to the Medieval music of Europe during the High Middle Ages, between approximately 1170 and 1310. This covers the period of the Notre Dame school of polyphony (the use of multiple, simultaneous, independent melodic lines), and the subsequent years which saw the early development of the motet, a highly varied choral musical composition
Oxford Anthology of Music: Medieval Music: the Ars Antiqua Polyphony: Gramaphone Record, The: Pro Cantione Antiqua Audio CD – 31 Aug 1978.
Ars Antiqua, (Medieval Latin: Ancient Art ), in music history, period of musical activity in 13th-century France, characterized by increasingly sophisticated counterpoint (the art of combining simultaneous voice parts), that culminated in the innovations of the 14th-century Ars Nova ( . The term Ars Antiqua originated, in fact, with the Ars Nova theorists, some of whom. spoke of the Ancient Art with praise, others with contempt The authorship of most of the music of the Ars Antiqua is anonymous. Nevertheless, three important figures emerge from the general obscurity: Pérotin (flourished late 12th century), who succeeded the famed Léonin at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris and who composed the earliest known music for four voices; Franco of Cologne (flourished mid-13th century), a theorist, whose Ars cantus mensurabilis ( The Art of Measured Song ) served to.
The Oxford Anthology of Music - Ars Antiqua Polyphony Pro Cantione Antiqua - Edgar Fleet, dir. Oxford University Press OUP 164 Peters International PLE 115. 37a. Strict simple organum at the fifth: Tu Patris sempiternus 37b. Strict composite organum at the fourth: Tu Patris sempiternus 37c. Strict composite organum at the fifth: Sit gloria Domini 37d. Free organum: Rex caeli, Domine Anon. late 9th . Musica Enchiriadis: 37e. Free organum: Te humiles famuli. late 10th . School of Winchester: 38. Organum: Alleluia Te martyrum. The music on this record is taken from the volume "The Oxford Anthology of Music: Medieval Music", published by the Oxford University Press (examples 37-57).
Pérotin and the Ars Antiqua aren't wholly limited to the Paris-based Notre Dame School as they also incorporate some contemporary English polyphony and pieces from the south of France.
Sacred Music (Heinrich Schütz), dir. Edgar Fleet, Pro Cantione Antiqua, London Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble, Restoration Academy, Academy Sound and Vision (1979). Knighton - Early Music. php?title Pro Cantione Antiqua&oldid 852526816".
|A1-A||Strict Simple Organum At The Fifth: Tu Patris Sempiternus|
|A1-B||Strict Composite Organum At The Fourth: Tu Patris Sempiternus|
|A1-C||Strict Composite Organum At The Fifth: Sit Gloria Domini|
|A1-D||Free Organum: Rex Caeli, Domine|
|A1-E||Free Organum: Te Humiles Famuli|
|A2||Organum: Alleluia Te Martyrum|
|A3||Organum: Alleluia Justus Ut Palma|
|A4||Organum: Rex Omnia Tenens|
|A5||Organum: De Monte Lapis|
|A6||Organum: Kyrie Rex Immense, Pater|
|A7||Organum: Alleluia Non Vos Relinquam|
|A8||Motet Hypocritae, Pseudopontifices - Velut Stellae Firmamenti - Et Gaudebit|
|B1||Motet: Quant Florist - El Mois De Mai - Et Gaudebit|
|B2||Motet: Cil S'entremet - Nux Hom Porruit - Victimae Paschali|
|B3||Motet: Psallat Chorus - Eximie Pater - Aptatur|
|B4||Motet: Excelsus In Nomine - Benedictus Dominus|
|B5||Motet: Caligo Terra - Virgo Maria|
|B6||Motet: O Homo Considera - O Homo De Pulvere - Filiae Jerusalem|
|B7||Conductus: Pange Melos Lacrimosum|
|B8||Conductus: Deus In Adjutorium|
|B9||Conductus: Praemii Dilatio|
|B10||Conductus: Mundus Vergens|
|B11||Conductus: Beata Viscera|
|B12||Song: Hé, Diex! Quant Verrai|
|B13||Song: Edi Beo Thu|
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|OUP 164||Pro Cantione Antiqua Directed By Edgar Fleet||Pro Cantione Antiqua Directed By Edgar Fleet - Medieval Music: Ars Antiqua Polyphony (LP, Album)||Oxford University Press||OUP 164||UK||1978|