406002R

BEdT ID: 
406,002
Melody Source: 
R 083v [R 85v]
Troubadour: 
Raimon de Miraval
Attribution in Manuscript: 
Raimon de Miraval
Standard Incipit: 
Aissi cum es genser pascor
Incipit in Manuscript: 
Aisi com es gensers pascors
Author's Generation: 
3
Transcription Source: 
manuscript and reproduction (Gallica, color)
Genre: 
canso
Number of Phrases: 
09
Other Melodies for this Song: 
1--d--c-l--d
First Note: 
D
Last Note: 
D
Range: 
C-D
Range Interval: 
09
Melody: 
1----d--ec---cg---g---h--ij---hg---fgf---3-f---g---h--f---d7---ffE---d---dc---3-d---f---f---g--fg---h---hgf---gf---3-f---g--h--f---fed7---fe--dc--d---3-d---fE---dc--f---h--k---hjkjg---f---3-h---kjH---l---jg7---hj---kj--jh---3-h---h---h---h---h---gf--fgf---3-f---g---h--gf---ed7---fed---dc---3-lkkJ--h---j---hg---fed---c---fed----5
Editions: 
Anglès Catalunya 1935, 401 (G only); Cuesta 420-421; Gennrich 1958-1965, No. 137; Switten 1985, 144; Van der Werf Extant, 305*-306*
Comments: 
In Phrase 1, the third neume has been read differently by Switten and Van der Werf: Switten reads it as a binaria with a plica (CGf) while Van der Werf reads it as just a binaria on CG. It is transcribed here as CG because it seems to have the appearance of a plica because of the interval between the two notes of the binaria. The second neume of Phrase 6 has been read by both Switten and Van der Werf as a binaria CB; however, in the manuscript the second note is a plica, and I have transcribed it as such here as CBa
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