Alamire
Foundation
IDEM
Integrated Database for Early music

Manuscript label

B-Br-ms-9126

Holding institution

Brussels - Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België / Bibliothèque royale de Belgique [B-Br]

Shelfmark

ms. 9126

Format (general)

codex

Format (specific)

choirbook

Category

polyphony

Content

Choirbook containing masses, motets and magnificats

Authors / composers

Josquin des Prez
La Rue, Pierre de
Agricola, Alexander
Orto, Marbrianus de
Barbireau, Jacobus

Language

Latin; French (notes / titels); Dutch (notes / titels)

Origin (country / region)

Southern Low Countries; Habsburg-Burgundian Netherlands

Origin (city / location)

workshop of Petrus Alamire [documented 1496-1534]

Date range

between 1504 and 1506

Support

parchment

Folios

182 ff.

Size

ca 38,5 x 27,5 cm

Miniatures

yes

Bibliographical orientation

[Census-Catalogue 1979-1988] Census-Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music 1400-1500, Neuhausen-Stuttgart, Hänssler / American Institute of Musicology, 1979-1988 (Renaissance Manuscript Studies, 1).
[Choirbook 2000] Choirbook for Philip the Fair and Juana of Castile. c. 1504-6. Brussel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek. MS. 9126, [introduction by] F. Fitch, Peer, Musica - Alamire, 2000 (Facsimile Editions of Prints and Manuscripts).
[Kellman 1999] H. Kellman (ed.), The Treasury of Petrus Alamire. Music and Art in Flemish Court Manuscripts 1500-1535, Ghent-Amsterdam, Ludion, 1999.

Alamire Foundation
International Centre for the Study of Music in the Low Countries

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