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中世・ルネサンス音楽121 ブクスハイムオルガン曲集

ブクスハイムオルガン曲集は1460-1470年ごろに成立した鍵盤楽器の曲集である。オリジナル曲と編曲あわせて256曲がおさめられている。ドイツ、バイエルン州のブクスハイム修道院に伝えられて来た。

Buxheimer Organ book - O Gloriosa Domina (another version) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5aHa5Bb--A&list=PLZESwLovMTq311K6gAbs0xS_vzSIsUB2-

Buxheimer Orgelbuch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpcwKv5IjUw

作曲家の大半は無名(特定されていない)だが、ジョン・ダンスタブル、ギヨーム・デュファイ、ジル・バンショワ、ウォルター・フライ、コンラート・パウマン、バウムガルトナーなど当時の有力な作曲家も含まれている。

世俗の歌や舞踊の編曲のほかに、約50の宗教曲、30の前奏曲がある。大半は2声と3声だが4声のものもある。

In addition to arrangements of secular chansons, dances and songs, it contains about fifty pieces of liturgical character and about thirty preludes, in which rhapsodic-figurative and purely chordal parts alternate. The pieces are mostly two- and three-part, but several are four-part.

The research is still at odds with the origins of the Buxheim Organ Book. There are no records of its use, so it can therefore be regarded as a transcript for teaching (or illustration) purposes. Presumably it came from a writer from the southern German area and was in the possession of the Buxheim Charterhouse near Memmingen from 16th century and until 1883, when it was offered for sale and has been owned by the Bavarian State Library in Munich since then. The manuscript is often attributed to Conrad Paumann,[2][3] because his "Fundamentum organisandi" is included in its entirety. This would mean that the manuscript originates from Munich, since from 1450 until his death in 1473, Paumann worked as a Bavarian court organist in Munich. Paumann's "Fundamentum organisandi" is also included in the Lochamer-Liederbuch, compiled around the same time.

The tabular inscription of the Buxheim Organ Book consists of a seven-line system and letters, the so-called "older" German organ tablature.

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