Re: [Authentic_SCA] 1Book of Music: 15th century French/German music
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medieval Renaissance chansonniers online
I can't recall the URLs right at the moment, but I know there are some in
library and museum collections and are online.
What a glorious gift! We want pictures! :-D
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On Tue, 21 Oct 2008 23:47:56 -0000 "Jewel" <avani_pari2@...>
> Greetings to all!____________________________________________________________
> For a birthday present for my husband for next year, I will be
> creating a book of SCA and period songs.
> I'm starting this waaay early (his birthday is in September),
> I plan to do each page by hand, and add illumination for each page
> well. Then I'll be binding the pages in a leather cover in a period
> fashin. I am hoping to creat a gorgeous piece that is documentable
> beautiful that he can use and love (I'll also be printing up the
> on regular paper in a folder for those days that are muddy or just
> plain too yucky to risk the pretty book) and will look great.
> I am doing this to promote his gorgeous voice and tug him gently
> from the filk and parody songs he tends toward (sometimes having
> noting to do with the SCA other than being a parody of another song
> that is Scadian filk).
> Firstly, I am not sure if there are any period music books for me to
> start looking at to get ideas of what exactly I want to do. Does
> anyone know of any examples on-line?
> Secondly, I am looking for the music of France and German, of the
> century mostly, but other well-known songs from other times would be
> welcome as well. I will need both the music score and the lyrics for
> each song.
> Vivat the Dream,
> Lady Julienne fille Gaspard, mka Jewel Shuping
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> First of all, this sounds like an amazing project! And an ambitiousThanks :) I hope it comes out as wonderful as I'd like it to.
> one. I wish you the best of luck.
As for music reading, yes, I have an extensive knowledge of writing
and reading music, as does my sister (who taught me most of what I
know). I was in band for all of middle school and most of high school,
and my sister taught me how to read music at the age of 6 (basic
notes, of course) and to play the recorder at that same age! She is a
music education major, so if I don't know something, I can ask her.
> <snip> I might recommend sacrificing some of the authenticity byI totally agree. My husband only just knows how to read modern scores,
> writing the music in a modern standard form, with medieval stylings.
and has not taken any time to learn medieval scoring (I know some), so
I'll have to do it modern style if I expect him to use the book at all :D
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And of course there will be pictures when it's done. What, you think
Vivat the Dream,
Lady Julienne fille Gaspard, mka Jewel Shuping
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