Wollick, Nicolaus; Schanppecher, Melchior, Opus aureum, 1501

Auteur: 
Wollick, Nicolaus; Schanppecher, Melchior
Titre court: 
Opus aureum
Titre complet: 

Opus aureum. Musice castigatissimu[m] de gregoriana et figuratiua atq[ue] contrapu[n]cto simplici perco[m]mode tractans om[n]ib[us] cantu oblectantibus vtile et necessarium e diuersia excerptum. Fata regunt finem, spero dij cepta secundent Qui ducis vultus et non legis ista libenter Omnibus inuideas, liuide nemo tibi:

Lieu: 
Köln
Éditeur: 
Quentel
Year: 
1501
VD 16/17: 
VD16 W 4340
Book size: 
20 cm.
Number of pages: 
88
Pages and / or leaves: 
[39] Bl.
Language: 
La
Preserved copies: 
Library: 
D-Mbs
Location: 
BV001748779
Library: 
US-Wc
Location: 
ML171 .V67 1501 ——— Microfilm Music 5000 Item W-043a, Reel 209 Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [1984]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. On reel with other titles.
Comments: 
Signatures: A⁶, B⁴, C⁶, D-E⁴, F⁶, G⁴, H⁶ (last leaf blank) Colophon (H recto): [Paragraph] Explicit opusculu[m] muslces omnibus volentib cantu[m] vtrūq scire necessariu[m] fausto fine Impressum Colonie D honestu[m] viru[m] Henricu[m] Quentel ciuem famatu[m] eiusdem Anno missionis in carne[m] diuini verbi millesimo quinge[n]tesimo vno addito. The staves alone are printed for the musical examples of the third and fourth parts; they have been filled in with music notes in manuscript. In four parts, of which only the first two, treating of music in general and of plainsong, are by Volcyr; the last two, dealing with measured music and with counterpoint, are by Malcior of Worms. Later completely reworked by the author and published as his Enchiridion musices ... de Gregoriana et figurativa.

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