Towards a reticular analysis of Josquin's five-voice \"Chansons\"

Jessica Thirlwall
The examination of Josquin's five-voice chanson repertoire provides an overview of historical information about composer, the chanson as a musical genre, and the manuscript sources containing them. Furthermore, it advances the knowledge of the musical structure and text expression of the works. Analysis of this repertoire by means of Joshua Rifkin's concept of motivicity attempts to advance the understanding of the compositional process in the early Renaissance. Motivicity proved useful as a tool not only...
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