4 edition of Poetic identity in Guillaume de Machaut found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PQ1483.G5 B7 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||83014498|
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Guillaume de Machaut (French: [gi'jom də ma'ʃo]; sometimes spelled Machault; c. – April ) was a medieval French poet and composer. He is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical information is available. According to Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, Machaut was "the last great poet who was also a composer". Well into the 15th century, Machaut's poetry was greatly. Guillaume de Machaut, a pioneer of a new school of lyric compositions, is the most important poet and composer of late medieval France. This volume provides a freshly prepared edition based on the most reliable manuscript of two of Machaut’s best known dits, the Remede de Fortune (Remedy for Fortune) and the Confort d’ami (Consolation from a Friend), both of which adapt the central ideas Author: R. Barton Palmer, Uri Smilansky, Domenic Leo.
The Interplay of Language and Music in Machaut's Virelai 'Foy Porter' by William Peter Mahrt and Phyllis Rugg Brown Scarcely anywhere else in the repertory of lyric poetry is the identity of the poet and the composer quite as apparent as in the works of Guillaume de Machaut Author: Phyllis Brown, William Peter Mahrt. Guillaume de Machaut (c. ).
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KEVIN BROWNLEE. Poetic Identity in Guillaume de Machaut. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Pp. x, $ Following the lead of D. Poirion, W. Calin, D. Kelly, and K. Uitti, Kevin Brownlee studies the concept of"writer" as suggested and illustrated by Machaut in seven of his ten long narrative : André Crépin.
Author: Kevin Brownlee: Publisher: Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, Edition/Format: Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Guillaume, -- de Machaut, -- approximately -- Criticism and interpretation. late medieval poetry, as with Guillaume de Machaut, the outstanding musician of his day, who composed for noble patronage a number of narrative dits amoureux (short pieces on the subject of love) and a quantity of lyric verse.
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The Poetic Œuvre of Guillaume de Machaut: The Identity of Discourse and the Discourse of Identity Article in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1) - December with 15 Reads.
Guillaume de Machaut was a medieval French poet and composer. He is regarded by many musicologists as the greatest and most important composer of the 14th century.
Machaut is one of the earliest composers on whom substantial biographical information is available, and Daniel Leech-Wilkinson called him "the last great poet who was also a composer". Well into the 15th century, Machaut's poetry was greatly admired and imitated by other poets.
Guillaume de Machaut (sometimes spelled Machault; c. –April ) was a medieval French poet and composer. He is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical information is available.
According to Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, Machaut was “the last great poet who was also a Missing: Poetic identity.
This is the closest precedent for what Machaut does, which at its fullest mixes in a single book narrative poetry, lyric poetry with and without music, sacred and secular music, and images. The earliest of Machaut’s complete-works sources is Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, MS fonds françaisknown as manuscript C.
Seeing Sens: Guillaumes de Machaut and de Melun by Elizabeth Eva LEACH. Toward the end of his life, Guillaume de Machaut decided to collect his complete works together into an organized book, which we know as MS A (F-Pn fr).
Compared to the earlier MS C (F-Pn fr), MS A contains not only an enlarged list of works but has a couple of additional and innovative bibliographic framing devices. Guillaume de Machaut () is regarded as the greatest French poet-composer of the middle ages, as he was during his lifetime.
A trained secretary, with a passion for collecting, copying and ordering his own work, the number of surviving notated musical works attributed to him far exceeds that of any of his contemporaries.
All the main genres of song - lais, virelais, balades, and. At once a royal secretary, a poet, and a composer, Guillaume de Machaut was one of the most protean and creative figures of the late Middle Ages.
Rather than focus on a single strand of his remarkable career, Elizabeth Eva Leach gives us a book that encompasses all aspects of his work, illuminating it in a distinctively interdisciplinary by: 8.
We have moved one step beyond the accomplishments of the thirteenth-century scribes to something approaching the modern idea of the “book”’ (Kevin Brownlee, Poetic Identity in Guillaume de Machaut, University of Wisconsin, ).
Guillaume de Machaut (French: ; sometimes spelled Machault; c. – April ) was a medieval French poet and is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical information is available. According to Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, Machaut was "the last great poet who was also a composer".Well into the 15th century, Machaut's poetry was greatly admired and imitated by.
described by Kevin Brownlee in his Poetic Identity in Guillaume de Machaut, Madison, WI ; or Jacqueline Cerquiglini, "t//i Engin si soutil": Guillaume de Machaut et Vécriture au XlVe siècle, Geneva-Paris Anuario Musical, 56 () 23 (c) Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.
Poetic Identity in Guillaume de Machaut. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press, “Metaphoric Love Experience and Poetic Craft: Guillaume de Machaut’s Fonteinne amoureuse.” In Poetics of Love in the Middle Ages: Texts and Contexts.
Moshe Lazar and Norris J. Lacy. Guillaume de Machaut, a pioneer of a new school of lyric compositions, is the most important poet and composer of late medieval France. This long overdue new edition of Machaut's 23 motets, the largest surviving collection of such works by a single composer in this period, is based on the most authoritative of the surviving manuscripts and is designed to meet the needs both of advanced 5/5(1).
Guillaume de Machaut (ca. –) is central chronologically within the literary “long fourteenth century.” His artistic output is weighty in terms of its sheer size, and his projection of a self-conscious poetic creativity prompted his contemporaries to call him a “poète.
Machaut's World book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Held on Dec. ; cosponsored by the Institute for Medieval and Rena 4/5(4). The Marguerite Poetry of Guillaume de Machaut Book Description: James I. Wimsatt edits Guillaume de Machaut's important Dit de la fleur de lis et de la Marguerite ; he identifies an acrostic connecting the earlier Dit de la Marguerite and Complainte VI with the crusader Pierre of Cyprus; and he established a probable historical framework for the three poems.Abstracts.
Anna Alberni (University of Barcelona) Machaut’s Literary Legacy in the Crown of Aragon: The Role of Chansonnier VeAg Knowledge of Guillaume de Machaut’s literary and musical works is attested since in the Francophile court of Aragon, where his art exerted an influence that lasted well into the fifteenth century.At once a royal secretary, a poet, and a composer, Guillaume de Machaut was one of the most protean and creative figures of the late Middle Ages.
Rather than focus on a single strand of his remarkable career, the book encompasses all aspects of his work, illuminating it in a distinctively interdisciplinary light. It provides a comprehensive picture of Machaut's artistry; reviews the Author: Elizabeth Eva Leach.