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Three-voice rondeau by P. des Molins


Cortona: Archivio Comunale;
Grottaferrata: Biblioteca dell' Abbazia E. B.XVI (olim 374), fol. 1 (3/1) (fragment, different Contratenor);
Ivrea: Biblioteca Capitolare 115, fol. 2v-3 (3/1);
Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale, fonds italien 568, fol. 3v-4 (3/0); Bibliothèque Nationale, fonds nouv. acq. français 23190 (olim Serrant Château, ducs de la Trémoïlle), fol. 9v-10 (lost);
Praha: Státní Knihovna CSSR - Universitní Knihovna XI E 9, fol. 251 (2/0);
Strasbourg: Bibliothèque Municipale (olim Bibliothèque de la Ville) 222 C. 22, fol. 79v (different Cantus, lost).


GHISI, Federico. 'Inno-Lauda polifonica all'Assunta ritrovata nell'Archivio Comunale de Cortona', Quadrivium, XV (1974), (Cortona).


1. Die Musikstücke des Prager Codex XI E 9, edited by Friedrich Kammerer, Augsburg: 1931, p. 145.
2. HASSELMAN, Margaret P. The French Chanson of the Mid-Fourteenth Century, 2 vols., Ph.D. dissertation, University of California (Berkeley), Vol. II, p. 117 (IV115).
3. French Secular Compositions of the Fourteenth Century, music edited by Willi Apel, texts edited by Samuel N. Rosenberg, Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1970. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae 53/I, p. 161 (I-IV115 and variants).
4. French Secular Compositions of the Fourteenth Century, music edited by Willi Apel, texts edited by Samuel N. Rosenberg, Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1972. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae 53/III, p. 75.
5. French Secular Music. Rondeaux and Miscellaneous Pieces, edited by Gordon K. Greene, with literary texts by Terence Scully, Monaco: Editions de Oiseau-Lyre, 1989. Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century XXII, p. 34 (Pn568).


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. 142-143.
2. HAAS, Robert. Aufführungspraxis der Musik, Potsdam: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Athenaion, 1931.
3. REANEY, Gilbert. 'The manuscript Chantilly, Musee Conde, 1047', Musica Disciplina, VIII (1954), p. 72.
4. GÜNTHER, Ursula. Der musikalische Stilwandel der französischen Liedkunst in der zweiten Hälfte des 14. Jahrhunderts, dargestelt an Virelais, Balladen und Rondeax von Machaut., Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hamburg: 1957, pp. 167, 177-179.
5. GÜNTHER, Ursula. 'Die Musiker des Herzogs von Berry', Musica Disciplina, XVII (1963), pp. 84-85.
6. SEAY, Albert. Music in the Medieval World, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1975, p. 142.
7. FISCHER, Kurt von. 'Ein neues Trecentofragment', Festschrift für Walter Wiora, edited by L. Finscher & C. H. Mahling, Basel and New York:Bärenreiter, 1968, pp. 264-265.


1. Music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Vol. I. 13th - 15th Centuries, Syntagma Musicum Ensemble, directed by Kees Otten: 2-HMV HQS 1195/6.
2. Tanzmusik der Gotik und Renaissance, Les Menéstrels, Wiener Ensemble für alte Musik, directed by Klaus Walter, E. Kölz: Amadeo AVRS 5052.
3. The History of Music in Sound. Vol. III. Ars Nova and the Renaissance (c. 1300 - 1540), Pro Musica Antiqua/Cape, Lemuel Hughes, Clarence Roberts, Br (1953): HMV HMS 20-31, 21=(78rpm mx. 2EA 15609-1B).
4. Medieval Music. The Jolly Minstrels: Minstrel Tunes, Songs, and Dances of the Middle Ages, Gerald English (T), Jaye Consort (1967): Pye/Golden Guinea GGC 4092.
5. The Seraphim Guide to Renaissance Music, Syntagma Musicum of Amsterdam, directed by Kees Otten (1969): Seraphim SIC-6052 (set 3) (USA).
6. The Art of Courtly Love. Vol. I. Guillaume Machaut and His Age [Contemporaries], Early Music Consort of London, directed by David Munrow (1973): HMV SLS 863(3) (GB).

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