Motet Cycles between Devotion and Liturgy
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Scripta
Herausgegeben von Thomas Drescher, Martin Kirnbauer
Vol. 7 Daniele V. Filippi, Agnese Pavanello (Hg.)

Motet Cycles between Devotion and Liturgy

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This book explores the corpus of motet cycles composed and disseminated in manuscript and printed sources of polyphony c.1470–c.1510 (including, but not limited to, the motetti missales). The different chapters investigate issues of textual and musical design, function, and performance, at the same time illuminating the rich devotional and cultural context in which this fascinating repertory flourished.

About the series

Since its establishment in 1933, the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland / Basel Academy of Music) has been involved in the research of historical musical practice. The series Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Scripta presents topical subjects and research results mostly in monographic form, whereby a broad spectrum of issues and presentation formats is cultivated. The publications are intended not only for specialists, but also for students and interested  persons outside the immediate field, and in this way encourage an in-depth occupation with the diversity of Early Music.

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Reihe Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Scripta
Zeichnungen 1
Tabellen 25
Seitenanzahl 497 arabisch, 20 römisch
Abbildungen 131 s/w, 17 farbig
Info 49 Notenbeispiele
Format 16.3 x 24 cm
Bindung Buch, Broschiert
ISBN 978-3-7965-3837-7
Erscheinungsdatum 20.06.2019


Daniele V. Filippi (1975) is a musicologist (PhD 2004, University of Pavia/Cremona). Since 2014 he is a SNF research fellow at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis / FHNW. Among his recent publications is the book Mapping the Motet in the Post-Tridentine Era, coedited with Esperanza Rodríguez García.

Agnese Pavanello (1964) is a research associate at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis / FHNW. Among her recent publications is the edition of Gaspar van Weerbeke’s masses. She directed the research project Motet Cycles (c.1470-c.1510). Compositional design, performance, and cultural context (see