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Medieval Music Database

Comes Flandrie flos victoris; Rector creatorum; In cimbalis bene

Three-voice anonymous motet


Nürnberg: Stadtbibliothek, fragment lat. 9 (olim Centurio V, 61), fol. 1v-2 (3/3);
Strasbourg: Bibliothèque Municipale (olim Bibliothèque de la Ville) 222 C. 22, fol. 25v (3/3).


1. Bruxelles, Bibliothèque du Conservatoire Royal de Musique. (A copy by Edmond de Coussemaker of 48 compositions from F-Sm 222), n46.
2. KREYSZIG, Walter Kurt. Anonymous Compositions from the Late-Fourteenth and Early-Fifteenth Centuries, Vienna: Braumüller, 1984. Forschungen zur älteren Musikgeschichte, Band 5, plate VI (f.2).


1. BORREN, Charles van den. Le manuscrit musical 222 C. 22 de la bibliothèque de Strasbourg (XVe siècle) brulé en 1870, et reconstitué d'après une copie d'Edmond de Coussemaker, Antwerp: E. Secelle, 1924, pp. 72-74.
2. REANEY, Gilbert. 'The performance of medieval music', Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music: A Birthday Offering to Gustave Reese, edited by Jan La Rue, New York: W. W. Norton, 1966, pp. 714-715.
3. REANEY, Gilbert. 'The part played by instruments in the music of Guillaume de Machaut', Studi Musicali, VI (1977), p. 4., p. 4.
4. GÜNTHER, Ursula. 'Sinnbezüge zwischen Text und Musik in Ars nova und Ars subtilior', Musik und Text in der Mehrstimmigkeit des 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts, edited by U. Günther and L. Finscher, Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1984, pp. 229-268.

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