Chapter 5 Basics

Featured Pieces in the Anthology, with scores, analyses, and recordings

Anonymous, Ex eius tumbae and Sospitati, Great Responsory and Prosula for St. Nicholas, Eleventh Century
GB-Cu Mm.2.9 (Barnwell Antiphoner)
W. Frere: Antiphonale sarisburiense, Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Society (London, 1901–25)
Recording: On Naxos: Schola Hungarica, Plays of St. Nicholas
Online manuscript, See CANTUS, or Lesson below

Anthology No. 9
Congaudentes Exsultemus, Sequence for St. Nicholas, Second half of the Eleventh Century
Utrecht, University Library 417
N. de Goede: The Utrecht prosarium : liber sequentiarum ecclesiae capitularis Sanctae Mariae Ultraiectensis saeculi XIII, Codex  Ultraiectensis, universitatis bibliotheca 417. Monumenta musica Neerlandica (Amsterdam, 1965)
Recording: On Naxos: Schola Hungarica, Plays of St. Nicholas
iTunes

Anthology No. 10
Anonymous, From The Three Daughters, Eleventh century (source for Text) and late twelfth century (music and further textual additions), Saint’s Play
F-O 201, ff.176–243
G. Tintori and R. Monterosso : Sacre rappresentazioni nel manoscritto 201 della Bibliothèque municipale di Orléans IMa, 1st ser., ii (Cremona, 1958)
Recording: On Naxos: Schola Hungarica, Plays of St. Nicholas
iTunes

Anthology No. 11
Anonymous, Polyphonic Setting of Alleluia Surrexit Vere from the Winchester Troper  (opening) (Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 473) 1020’s-1030’s
GB-Ccc 473, 4r and 166r
S. Rankin: The Winchester Troper.  Early English Church Music vol. 15 (London, 2007), p. 71 http://parkerweb.stanford.edu/parker/actions/page_turner.do?ms_no=473
Recording: on MIMW study space, by Michael Anderson and singers from the Eastman School of Music

Terms and Names from Chapter 5

Terms
Gamut
Guidonian hand
hexachord
organ
organum
Romanesque
solfeggio
tonary
Vita

Names
Fleury Playbook
Guido of Arezzo (c.991-after 1033)
John the Theorist
Nicholas of Myra (third-fourth century)
Odo of Arezzo (fl. late 10th century)
Ut queant laxis