Guillaume Du Fay. Opera Omnia 01/ Ave Regina caelorum 3. Edited by Alejandro Enrique Planchart. Marisol Press. Santa Barbara, Guillaume Du Fay. Opera Omnia 01/ Ave regina caelorum 1. Edited by Alejandro Enrique Planchart. Marisol Press. Santa Barbara, Ave regina caelorum. composer. Guillaume Dufay (c). mids. author of text. Anonymous – liturgical. Antiphon to the Blessed Virgin Mary, from the.
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Ave Regina caelorum (Guillaume Dufay) – ChoralWiki
This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since Latin Ave regina coelorum, Ave domina angelorum, Miserere tui labentis Dufay, ne peccatorum ruat in ignem fervorum.
Hail holy root from whom came light for the world. Have mercy on your supplicating Dufay, that in your sight dufwy death may be beautiful. Streams Videos All Posts.
In excelsis ne damnemur Miserere nobis et iuva Ut in mortis hora nostra Sint corda decora. Ave regina caelorum Ave domina angelorum Miserere tui labentis Dufay Ne peccatorum ruat in ignem fervorum. Genre Choral Classical Vocal Music. Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. Dufay ‘s use of texture likewise presages the style of the Aev generation in his use of different paired voice combinations.
Go to the text. Even more startling than the personal tropes, added to the standard words of the Marian antiphon, is the nature of their musical settings. Share on facebook twitter tumblr.
Perhaps the most distinctive aspects of the piece, however, are the personalized interpolations with which Dufay tropes the antiphon text. To be sure, its use of the tenor cantus firmus holds the entire polyphonic structure together and lends the motet its overall shape.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The Ave regina caelorum, which is usually given the Roman numeral designation “III” to distinguish it from two earlier motets on the same antiphon, was composed sometime beforethe year in which it was copied into a manuscript at Cambrai. Hail queen of heaven, hail mistress of the angels, have mercy on your erring Dufay lest through sin he may fall in the fire of intoxication.
As exemplified in the work under consideration, this trend toward greater expressivity became more pronounced in the so-called “tenor motet,” which was not obligated to meet the same liturgical demands as the mass.
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Ave Regina caelorum, antiphon for 4 voices
Whereas in Dufay ‘s famous Nuper rosarum flores fromfor example, the tenor is rendered in long notes that serve as a kind of undergirding, the tenor in Ave regina is given a more clearly defined rhythmic profile, one that embeds it more seamlessly within the overall polyphonic fabric. Stylistically it distinguishes itself from earlier motet styles in its use of the cantus firmus.
June Deletion date: In both interpolations, which are punctuated by unexpected shifts to C minor, Dufay makes the devotional tone of the motet a deeply personal one: The site is also available in several languages. Salve radix sancta Ex qua mundo lux est orta.
Vale, valde decora Et pro nobis sancte Christi exora. Salve xaelorum sancta, ex qua mundo lux est orta, Miserere, miserere genetrix domini ut pateat porta coeli debili. Rejoice, glorious virgin, beautiful above all others. Gaude gloriosa Super omnes speciosa.
Have mercy, begetter of the Lord, that the gate of heaven may stand open to the weak. Submitted by Emily Ezust [ Administrator ] Authorship by Bible or other Sacred Texts”Ave regina coelorum”, the Marian Antiphon [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ].
Not all the material on this website is in the public domain. The motet Ave regina caelorum is among the most beloved works in Dufay ‘s oeuvre, and historically a favorite among the rich body of fifteenth century polyphony. Sexy Trippy All Moods.