Yesterday I re-tumbled a heart shaped Book of Hours that I thought was the same as the lovely facsimile we have in the music library, but in fact it is a facsimile of a totally different beautiful heart shaped manuscript book from France. I like that it came with a CD with recordings of all the songs!
Chansonnier de Jean de Montchenu. Valencia, Spain : Vicent García Editores, , c2007.
RBML Rare Book Room Folio M2 .C428 2010.
Polyphonic chansons for 2-4 voices.
Contains Middle French, Italian and Spanish secular pieces by or attributed to Barbingant, Fedé, Bedingham, Dufay, Dunstable, Binchois, Frye, Busnois, Caron, Cornago, Ghizeghem, Morton, Ockeghem, Vincenet and others.
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