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date: 19 September 2019

Barcelona Masslocked

  • Maricarmen Gómez


A cycle of the ordinary of the Mass belonging to the Avignon school found in the manuscript E-Bc M971 (ff.1r–8r) that almost certainly belonged to the chapel of King Martin I of Aragon (1396–1410). It is made up of five fragments, written, with the exception of the four-part Agnus Dei, for three parts.

The compositional techniques vary from movement to movement. The Kyrie is written in simultaneous style and has no concordances. The Gloria is in discant style and has certain similarities with the melody of a Gloria by Depansis in a contemporary source (F-APT 16bis, no.12): either one melody provided a model for the other, or both are by the same composer (Stäblein-Harder). There are two other versions of this Gloria (E-Boc 2, no.1 and F-APT 16bis, no.34) which have different countertenors, and another (F-Sm 222, no.82) which is lost....

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