167037R

BEdT ID: 
167,037
Melody Source: 
R 044r
Troubadour: 
Gaucelm Faidit
Attribution in Manuscript: 
Gaucelm Faidit
Standard Incipit: 
Mon cor e mi e mas bonas chansos
Incipit in Manuscript: 
Mon cor e mi e mas bonas chansos
Author's Generation: 
3
Transcription Source: 
manuscript and reproduction (Gallica, color)
Genre: 
canso
Number of Phrases: 
08
Other Melodies for this Song: 
1--k--c-l--d
First Note: 
C
Last Note: 
D
Range: 
C-D
Range Interval: 
09
Melody: 
1---k---k---k---l---kJ---h---f--g---f--fed---3---d---d---d7---e---c--d--efg---f---e---d---3---k--k---k---l---kJ--h---f--g---f---fed7---3---d---d---d---e---c--d--efg---f---e--d---3---f--gh---gf---h7---k---jh--g----g---g--gfg--hg---3---h---g---fe--d---fe---d---de--c7---cd---e---3---eD---c---cd---e---g---e--g---g--f--ghjhg---3---g7---fe--d---defg---h---g---fe---d---c---def--ed---5
Editions: 
Cuesta 293-294; Gennrich 1958-1965, No. 111; Van der Werf Extant, 135*-136*
Comments: 
VWE notes that R has a second copy of text only but attributed to Guillhem de Cabestanh (95d) (VWE 136) In phrase 5, there is a difference of opinion on the sixth neume shape. Cuesta has it as an oblique with a left stem; Gennrich has it as an oblique with two descending stems as it appears in the manuscript.
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