The term used to describe the musical style of the late 14th century, specifically that of French composers such as Johannes Cuvelier, Philippus de Caserta, and . Ars subtilior music also provides the earliest surviving examples of graphic notation in Western music, where the score shows us what we hear. See also from Grove Music Online · Ars Subtilior · Philippus de Caserta · Print · Save · Cite · Email · Share Share. Text size: A; A.
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Last reply by Jacques Meegens Sep 15, An untranscribed motet in Autun other pieces: Text residuum is after the Ct part; also De narcisscus: Last reply by Michael Scott Cuthbert Sep 11, Last reply by Michael Scott Cuthbert Aug 24, Short blogpost offering new reading of the refrain of Matheus de Sancto Johanne’s diatribe against bad singers: How wonderful to see how the “Ars nova et Ars subtilior” group has grown to over 80 members.
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Concerning mensural music of the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries De musica mensurata seculi quartusdecimi et decadium primarum seculi quintusdecimi.
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