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Medieval Music Database

In virtu. Sai[ant?]

monophonic anonymous motet


Tours: Bibliothèque Municipale 925, fol. II (1/0) (unattached Tenor).


1. ANDERSON, Gordon A. 'New sources of medieval music', Musicology [Australia], VII (1982), p. 1.
2. LEFFERTS, Peter M. The Motet in England in the Fourteenth Century, Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1986, p. 306.
3. English Music for Mass and Offices (II) and Music for Other Ceremonies, edited by Ernest H. Sanders, Frank Ll. Harrison and Peter M. Lefferts, Monaco: Editions de L'Oiseau-Lyre, 1986. Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century XVII, p. 224.


1. [Machaut: Felix virgo mater], J. Rambert (A), M. Husson (T), Arque & Royer (trombones) (1949?): Lumen 3.22.015 [78rpm. mx. YEV 41-1].
2. Cinq Siècles de Musique dans la Cathédrale de Reims, Maìtrise de la Cathédrale de Reims, Paillard Chamber Orchest, directed by Jean-François Paillard (1968): Erato LDE 3377/ STE 50277/STU 70277.
3. Guillaume de Machaut: 1. The Musical Art of Machaut. 2. Le Remède de Fortune. 3. Veoir Dit., Ensemble Guillaume de Machaut of Paris (1975-1977): Adés 7078 (3 discs).
4. [Guillaume de Machaut], Séminaire Européen de Musique Ancienne, directed by Bernard Gagnepain (1977): Erato EFM 18041.
5. The Mirror of Narcissus: Songs by Guillaume de Machaut, Gothic Voices, directed by Christopher Page (1983): Hyperion A66087 (GB).
6. Guillaume de Machaut: le vray remède d'amour -- ballades, rondeaux, virelais, motets, Ensemble Gilles Binchois, directed by Dominique Vellard (1988): Harmonic Records H/CD 8825.

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