Ensemble Syntagma Musicum* - Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance (Vol II, 15th - 17th Centuries)
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This discography is presently in a preliminary state. It is believed to contain a substantial percentage of an eventual full listing, but has not been scoured for completeness or organized into sections based on individual works.
It should prove informative nonetheless. Discographic material below has been collected to this stage with substantial help from Pierre-F. John Dunstaple c. Dunstaple's persona took on such a mythological character among later authors Ensemble Syntagma Musicum* - Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance (Vol II it is this awe which is most discernible today, rather than any underlying facts.
Indeed, few details of his life are known, and much of his most significant music is not securely attributed. Based on comments from Tinctoris and other contemporary authors, Dunstaple was mistakenly believed by later Renaissance writers to have invented counterpoint! Although these fanciful aspects of his reputation can be received with some humor today, Dunstaple was certainly one of the leading English composers of his day, and one of those principally responsible for inspiring the integration of the "English Countenance" style into pan-European contrapuntal technique.
That style is based on a relative abundance of thirds, or what we might call sonorities anticipating major tonality, in the descant writing then current in England. Dunstaple may have traveled to Burgundy beforeand came to be identified with the adoption of thirds-based harmonies Ensemble Syntagma Musicum* - Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance (Vol II the Continent.
Today it is difficult to separate his Hanging Gardens Of Reigate - Various - London Pavilion Volume Two from such contemporaries as Lionel Power c.
Besides these early cantus firmus works, a form in which he certainly wrote at least some smaller-scale settings, Dunstaple wrote isorhythmic motets as well as many more modest antiphons based on the descant style.
The bulk of his music is in three parts, while most of the isorhythmic motets are in four. Dunstaple left at least 52 attributed works, although there continues to My Web - Maxim - My Web confusion between his work and that of Power and others. Although it is believed that Dunstaple wrote secular music, no music using vernacular texts is securely attributed. The popular song O rosa bellaonce thought to be by Dunstaple and so included in this discographyis now securely attributed to John Bedyngham d.
Dunstaple's reputation as a mathematician and astronomer we might say astrologer today added to his contemporary stature. His work in these fields is regarded as competent, but not original, such that among the disciplines of the quadrivium, it was music which was his real creative outlet.
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